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Welcome to the MSense Lab, in the Department of Psychology at LMU Munich, Munich, Germany. We are an international and interdisciplinary team of young researchers that are curious about multisensory perception, attention, and computational modeling.

We have two LMU-CSC doctoral positions and one RTG 2175 doctoral position open. Please check details here

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Research Topics

Time Perception
Contextual learning and modulation
Bayesian Inference

Latest Publications

Probability cueing of singleton-distractor locations in visual search
Probability cueing of singleton-distractor locations in visual search
October 27, 2018
Observers can learn the likely locations of salient distractors in visual search, reducing their potential to capture attention (Ferrante et al., 2018; Sauter et al., 2018a; Wang & Thee...
What you see depends on what you hear: temporal averaging and crossmodal integration
What you see depends on what you hear: temporal averaging and crossmodal integration
October 26, 2018
In our multisensory world, we often rely more on auditory information than on visual input for temporal processing. One typical demonstration of this is that the rate of auditory flutter as...
Inter-trial effects in visual search
Inter-trial effects in visual search
October 26, 2018
Many previous studies on visual search have reported inter-trial effects, that is, observers respond faster when some target property, such as a defining feature or dimension, or the respon...
Sequential dependence and Vierordt’s law
Sequential dependence and Vierordt’s law
October 26, 2018
Perceptual bias caused by sequential dependence has attracted lots of attention recently. The phenomenon is not new. For example, 150 years ago Vierordt has found a classic central tendency ...