Thomas Habekost
Thomas Habekost
Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychology, University of Copenhagen
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A neural theory of visual attention: bridging cognition and neurophysiology.
C Bundesen, T Habekost, S Kyllingsbæk
Psychological review 112 (2), 291, 2005
Sustained attention, attentional selectivity, and attentional capacity across the lifespan
LP McAvinue, T Habekost, KA Johnson, S Kyllingsbæk, S Vangkilde, ...
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74, 1570-1582, 2012
Principles of visual attention: Linking mind and brain
C Bundesen, T Habekost
Oxford University Press, 2008
A neural theory of visual attention and short-term memory (NTVA)
C Bundesen, T Habekost, S Kyllingsbæk
Neuropsychologia 49 (6), 1446-1457, 2011
Too little, too late: reduced visual span and speed characterize pure alexia
R Starrfelt, T Habekost, AP Leff
Cerebral Cortex 19 (12), 2880-2890, 2009
Clinical TVA-based studies: a general review
T Habekost
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 290, 2015
Distinct neural markers of TVA-based visual processing speed and short-term storage capacity parameters
I Wiegand, T Töllner, T Habekost, M Dyrholm, HJ Müller, K Finke
Cerebral Cortex 24 (8), 1967-1978, 2014
Patient assessment based on a theory of visual attention (TVA): Subtle deficits after a right frontal-subcortical lesion
T Habekost, C Bundesen
Neuropsychologia 41 (9), 1171-1188, 2003
Visual processing in pure alexia: A case study
R Starrfelt, T Habekost, C Gerlach
cortex 46 (2), 242-255, 2010
Visual attention capacity: A review of TVA‐based patient studies
T Habekost, R Starrfelt
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 50 (1), 23-32, 2009
The effect of phasic auditory alerting on visual perception
A Petersen, AH Petersen, C Bundesen, S Vangkilde, T Habekost
Cognition 165, 73-81, 2017
Finding Wally: prism adaptation improves visual search in chronic neglect
S Vangkilde, T Habekost
Neuropsychologia 48 (7), 1994-2004, 2010
Persisting asymmetries of vision after right side lesions
T Habekost, E Rostrup
Neuropsychologia 44 (6), 876-895, 2006
Testing attention: comparing the ANT with TVA-based assessment
T Habekost, A Petersen, S Vangkilde
Behavior research methods 46, 81-94, 2014
Visual processing speed in old age
T Habekost, A Vogel, E Rostrup, C Bundesen, S Kyllingsbaek, E Garde, ...
Scandinavian journal of psychology 54 (2), 89-94, 2013
Visual attention capacity after right hemisphere lesions
T Habekost, E Rostrup
Neuropsychologia 45 (7), 1474-1488, 2007
A componential analysis of visual attention in children with ADHD
LP McAvinue, S Vangkilde, KA Johnson, T Habekost, S Kyllingsbæk, ...
Journal of attention disorders 19 (10), 882-894, 2015
Components of visual bias: a multiplicative hypothesis
C Bundesen, S Vangkilde, T Habekost
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1339 (1), 116-124, 2015
A case of impaired shape integration: Implications for models of visual object processing
C Gerlach, L Marstrand, T Habekost, A Gade
Visual Cognition 12 (8), 1409-1443, 2005
Alexia and quadrant-amblyopia: Reading disability after a minor visual field deficit
T Habekost, R Starrfelt
Neuropsychologia 44 (12), 2465-2476, 2006
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