Eva Wiese
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I see what you mean: how attentional selection is shaped by ascribing intentions to others
E Wiese, A Wykowska, J Zwickel, HJ Müller
PloS one 7 (9), e45391, 2012
Beliefs about the minds of others influence how we process sensory information
A Wykowska, E Wiese, A Prosser, HJ Müller
PLoS One 9 (4), e94339, 2014
Robots as intentional agents: using neuroscientific methods to make robots appear more social
E Wiese, G Metta, A Wykowska
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1663, 2017
Investigating three-dimensional sketching for early conceptual design—Results from expert discussions and user studies
JH Israel, E Wiese, M Mateescu, C Zöllner, R Stark
Computers & Graphics 33 (4), 462-473, 2009
Seeing minds in others–Can agents with robotic appearance have human-like preferences?
MC Martini, CA Gonzalez, E Wiese
PloS one 11 (1), e0146310, 2016
You look human, but act like a machine: agent appearance and behavior modulate different aspects of human–robot interaction
A Abubshait, E Wiese
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1393, 2017
What we observe is biased by what other people tell us: Beliefs about the reliability of gaze behavior modulate attentional orienting to gaze cues
E Wiese, A Wykowska, HJ Müller
PloS one 9 (4), e94529, 2014
Investigating the learnability of immersive free-hand sketching
E Wiese, JH Israel, A Meyer, S Bongartz
Proceedings of the seventh sketch-based interfaces and modeling symposium …, 2010
Believing androids–fMRI activation in the right temporo-parietal junction is modulated by ascribing intentions to non-human agents
C Özdem, E Wiese, A Wykowska, H Müller, M Brass, F Van Overwalle
Social Neuroscience 12 (5), 582-593, 2017
Agent appearance modulates mind attribution and social attention in human-robot interaction
MC Martini, GA Buzzell, E Wiese
International Conference on Social Robotics, 431-439, 2015
The importance of context information for the spatial specificity of gaze cueing
E Wiese, J Zwickel, HJ Müller
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (5), 967-982, 2013
Gaze following is modulated by expectations regarding others’ action goals
J Perez-Osorio, HJ Müller, E Wiese, A Wykowska
PloS one 10 (11), e0143614, 2015
Seeing minds in others: Mind perception modulates low-level social-cognitive performance and relates to ventromedial prefrontal structures
E Wiese, GA Buzzell, A Abubshait, PJ Beatty
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18 (5), 837-856, 2018
Cognitive conflict as possible origin of the uncanny valley
PP Weis, E Wiese
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 61 (1 …, 2017
Influence of agent type and task ambiguity on conformity in social decision making
N Hertz, E Wiese
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 60 (1 …, 2016
Using tools to help us think: Actual but also believed reliability modulates cognitive offloading
PP Weis, E Wiese
Human Factors 61 (2), 243-254, 2019
Trust in automated agents is modulated by the combined influence of agent and task type
MA Smith, MM Allaham, E Wiese
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 60 (1 …, 2016
The potential of immersive 3D-sketching environments for design problem-solving
E Wiese, JH Israel, C Zöllner, AE Pohlmeyer, R Stark
Tagungsband 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction HCI …, 2009
Under pressure: Examining social conformity with computer and robot groups
N Hertz, E Wiese
Human factors 60 (8), 1207-1218, 2018
Social facilitation with non-human agents: possible or not?
N Hertz, E Wiese
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 61 (1 …, 2017
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