Author: Marieke Rohde
Dr. Marieke Rohde works at the Department of Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Bielefeld.
She currently works as principal investigator of the DFG project ELAPS: Embodied Latency Adaptation and the Perception of Simultaneity. This project investigates human adaptation to visual feedback latencies and how such adaptation alters behaviour and time perception. The work involves experiments on human behaviour as well as control-theoretic and simulated agent modelling.
Other research areas of interest include human body perception, embodiment, sensorimotor control and integration and dynamical systems approaches to cognition. She also works on the philosphy of cognitive science and epistemic constructivism/enactivism
Paolo, Ezequiel A. Di, Rohde, Marieke, Iizuka, Hiroyuke (2008): Sensitivity to social contingency or stability of interaction? Modelling the dynamics of p. In New Ideas in Psychology, 26 (2) pp. 278-294.