Cognitive Psychology

Recent Publications

Colonius, H. and Diederich, A. (in press) Paradox resolved:stop signal race model with negative dependence. Psychological Review

Tahden MAS, Gieseler A, Meis M, Wagener KC, Colonius H (u. rev.). What keeps hearing-impaired older adults from using hearing aids? Trends in Hearing.

Gieseler A, Tahden MAS, Thiel CM, Colonius H (2018). Does hearing aid use affect audiovisual integration in mild hearing impairment? Experimental Brain Research. doi:10.1007/s00221-018-5206-6

Colonius, H. and Diederich, A. (2018)  Formal models and quantitative measures of multisensory Integration: A selective overview. European Journal of Neuroscience, pp. 1–18, doi:10.1111/ejn.13813

Colonius, H., Wolff, F.H., and Diederich, A. (2017) Trimodal race model inequalities in multisensory integration. Frontiers in Psychology, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01141

Colonius, H. and A. Diederich (2017). Measuring multisensory integration: from reaction times to spike counts. Scientific Reports 7:3023. DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-03219-5.

Gieseler A, Tahden MA, Thiel CM, Wagener KC, Meis M, Colonius H (2017) Auditory and non-auditory contributions for unaided speech recognition in noise as a function of hearing aid use. Front Psychol. 8:219. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00219.[link]

Colonius H (2017) Selected concepts from probability. In: Batchelder, W., H. Colonius, E. N. Dzhafarov, and J. Myung, eds. New Handbook of Mathematical Psychology. Vol. 1. Cambridge University Press.(preprint)

Batchelder, W., H. Colonius, E. N. Dzhafarov, and J. Myung, eds. (2017) New Handbook of Mathematical Psychology. Vol. 1. Cambridge University Press.

Baum, S., H. Colonius, A. Thelen, C. Micheli, and M. Wallace (2016). Above the mean: Examining variability in behavioral and neural responses to multisensory stimuli. Multisensory Research 29, 663–678. [link]

Colonius, H. (2016). Stochastic orders of variability. In: Mathematical Models of Perception  and Cognition Volume I: A Festschrift for James T. Townsend. Ed. by J. Houpt and L. Blaha. Scientific Psychology Series. UK. London: Taylor and Francis, 37-46.[link]

Diederich A, Colonius H, Kandil FI (2016) Prior knowledge of spatiotemporal configurations facilitates crossmodal saccadic response. Experimental Brain Research, 234(7), 2059–76.  10.1007/s00221-016-4609-5

Colonius H (2016) An invitation to coupling and copulas: with applications to multisensory modeling. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Special issue on Foundations of Probability, 74, 2-10.

Medina JM, Wong W, Díaz JA, Colonius H. (2015) Advances in modern mental chronometry. Front Hum Neurosci. 2015 May 6;9:256. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00256.

Mendonça, C., van de Par, S. & Colonius, H. (2016) On recent findings and clarifications regarding the ventriloquist aftereffect. Experimental Brain Research 234, 933.[link]

Colonius, H., Diederich, A. (2015) A new measure of multisensory integration in a single neuron based on dependent probability summation. arXiv [link]

Colonius, H. (2015) Behavioral measures of multisensory integration: bounds on bimodal detection probability. Brain Topography, 28 (1), 1-4. [link]

Diederich, A., Colonius, H. (2015) The time window of multisensory integration: relating reaction times and judgments of temporal order. Psychological Review, 122(2): 232-41. [link]

Colonius, H., Marley, A.A.J. (2015) Decision and choice: random utility models of choice and response time. In: James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 5. Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 901–905 [link]

Mendonça, C., A. Escher, S. van de Par, and H. Colonius (2015). Predicting auditory space calibration from recent multisensory experience. Experimental Brain Research, 233, 1983-1991. [link]

Colonius, H. (2015). From coupling to copula. In: Contextuality from Quantum Physics to Psychology. Ed. by E. N. Dzhafarov, S. Jordan, R. Zhang, and V. Cervantes. Vol. 6. Advanced Series on Mathematical Psychology. World Scientic Publ., pp.51–62.

Gulberti, A., P. A. Arndt, and H. Colonius (2014). Stopping eyes and hands: evidence for non–independence of stop and go processes and for a separation of central and peripheral inhibition. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 61. [link]