His primary areas of investigation include Vestibular system, Neuroscience, Communication, Nystagmus and Downbeat nystagmus. His work deals with themes such as Perception and Reflex, which intersect with Vestibular system. His study in Communication is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Path integration, Orientation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Trajectory.
The various areas that Stefan Glasauer examines in his Trajectory study include Artificial intelligence, Motor control and Computer vision. He combines subjects such as Ophthalmology, 4-Aminopyridine, Smooth pursuit and Fixation with his study of Nystagmus. His work investigates the relationship between Downbeat nystagmus and topics such as Cerebellar Degeneration that intersect with problems in Medical screening, Region of interest analysis and Eye disease.
Neuroscience, Vestibular system, Eye movement, Artificial intelligence and Communication are his primary areas of study. In his research, Fixation is intimately related to Nystagmus, which falls under the overarching field of Neuroscience. He interconnects Sensory system and Perception in the investigation of issues within Vestibular system.
His Eye movement research includes themes of Reflex, Anatomy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Gaze. His research in Artificial intelligence tackles topics such as Computer vision which are related to areas like Trajectory. His research in Robot focuses on subjects like Human–computer interaction, which are connected to Human–robot interaction.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Vestibular system, Neuroscience, Balance, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Semicircular canal. Vestibular system is a primary field of his research addressed under Audiology. His work in Neuroscience covers topics such as Code rate which are related to areas like Synapse and Premovement neuronal activity.
His study in the field of Gait also crosses realms of Accelerometer and Trunk. Stefan Glasauer has included themes like Brainstem, Anesthesia, Interquartile range and Vertigo in his Semicircular canal study. His research investigates the link between Peripheral and topics such as Tilt that cross with problems in Nystagmus.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Vestibular system, Neuroscience, Anatomy, Predictability and Spatial memory. His study looks at the relationship between Vestibular system and topics such as Sensory system, which overlap with Stimulation, Functional imaging, Galvanic vestibular stimulation and Somatosensory system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Coupling, Network dynamics and Diffusion MRI.
Stefan Glasauer has researched Anatomy in several fields, including Brainstem, Vertigo and Semicircular canal. His Vertigo course of study focuses on Tilt and Nystagmus. His work carried out in the field of Predictability brings together such families of science as Motion, Balance, Trajectory and Head.
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Treatment of episodic ataxia type 2 with the potassium channel blocker 4-aminopyridine
M. Strupp;R. Kalla;M. Dichgans;T. Freilinger.
Goal-directed linear locomotion in normal and labyrinthine-defective subjects
S. Glasauer;Michel-Ange Amorim;E. Vitte;A. Berthoz.
Experimental Brain Research (1994)
A Bayesian perspective on magnitude estimation
Frederike H. Petzschner;Stefan Glasauer;Klaas E. Stephan.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2015)
Human-robot interaction in handing-over tasks
M. Huber;M. Rickert;A. Knoll;T. Brandt.
robot and human interactive communication (2008)
How predictive is grip force control in the complete absence of somatosensory feedback
Dennis A. Nowak;Stefan Glasauer;Joachim Hermsdörfer.
The predictive brain: anticipatory control of head direction for the steering of locomotion.
Renato Grasso;Stefan Glasauer;Yasuhiko Takei;Alain Berthoz.
The effects of digital anaesthesia on predictive grip force adjustments during vertical movements of a grasped object
Dennis A. Nowak;Joachim Hermsdörfer;Stefan Glasauer;Jens Philipp.
European Journal of Neuroscience (2001)
Idiothetic navigation in Gerbils and Humans
Marie Luise Mittelstaedt;Stefan Glasauer.
Zoologische Jahrbücher / Abteilung für Allgemeine Zoologie und Physiologie der Tiere (1991)
Iterative Bayesian estimation as an explanation for range and regression effects: a study on human path integration.
Frederike H. Petzschner;Stefan Glasauer.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2011)
Spatial memory and hippocampal volume in humans with unilateral vestibular deafferentation.
Katharina Hüfner;Derek A. Hamilton;Roger Kalla;Thomas Stephan.
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