Burkhart Fischer mainly investigates Eye movement, Saccade, Saccadic masking, Fixation and Neuroscience. His Eye movement research includes themes of Fixation point, Stimulus and Audiology. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Audiology, focusing on Saccadic reaction time and, on occasion, Superior colliculus and Optics.
His research in Saccade intersects with topics in Eye–hand coordination and Cognition. His Saccadic masking study incorporates themes from Algorithm and Simulation. Many of his studies on Fixation involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Cognitive psychology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Saccade, Saccadic masking, Eye movement, Fixation and Audiology. His Saccade research incorporates elements of Stimulus, Cognitive psychology, Frontal lobe and Simulation. He has included themes like Fixation point and Visually guided in his Saccadic masking study.
Eye movement is a subfield of Neuroscience that Burkhart Fischer explores. Within one scientific family, Burkhart Fischer focuses on topics pertaining to Visual attention under Fixation, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Vigilance. The various areas that Burkhart Fischer examines in his Audiology study include Visual processing, Perception, Language disorder, Motor control and Developmental psychology.
Burkhart Fischer mostly deals with Saccade, Audiology, Dyslexia, Developmental psychology and Cognitive psychology. His Saccade research includes elements of Conscious perception, Saccadic masking and Fixation. Eye movement and Artificial intelligence are the focus of his Fixation studies.
His Eye movement study which covers Stimulus that intersects with Optokinetic reflex, Superior colliculus and Communication. His Audiology course of study focuses on Motor control and Disinhibition, Working memory, Neuropsychology and Electroencephalography. His studies deal with areas such as Frontal lobe, Fixation and Physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as Cognitive psychology.
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Human express saccades: extremely short reaction times of goal directed eye movements
B. Fischer;E. Ramsperger.
Experimental Brain Research (1984)
Express saccades and visual attention
Burkhart Fischer;H. Weber.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (1993)
The antisaccade: a review of basic research and clinical studies
Stefan Everling;Burkhart Fischer.
Saccadic eye movements after extremely short reaction times in the monkey
B. Fischer;R. Boch.
Brain Research (1983)
Mechanisms of visual attention revealed by saccadic eye movements.
B. Fischer;B. Breitmeyer.
On the development of voluntary and reflexive components in human saccade generation
Burkhart Fischer;Monica Biscaldi;Stefan Gezeck.
Brain Research (1997)
Characteristics of "anti" saccades in man.
Fischer B;Weber H.
Experimental Brain Research (1992)
Separate populations of visually guided saccades in humans: reaction times and amplitudes.
Burkhart Fischer;Heike Weber;Monica Biscaldi;Franz Aiple.
Experimental Brain Research (1993)
The preparation of visually guided saccades
Reviews of Physiology Biochemistry and Pharmacology (1987)
The role of fixation and visual attention in the occurrence of express saccades in man
L. Mayfrank;M. Mobashery;H. Kimmig;B. Fischer.
European Archives of Psychiatry and Neurological Sciences (1986)
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