Professor of Experimental Neuro-Cognitive Psychology
Chair of General and Experimental Psychology
+49 (0)89 / 2180-5210
Fax: +49 (0)89 / 2180-5211
Research focus: My research focuses on human sensation, perception and action by using a wide range of methodologies, including psychophysics and behavioural testing, fMRI, EEG and TMS. In particular, I am interested in the neurocognitive aspects of action and conscious intention, and the brain processes that allow the motor system to link actions to events that occur in the environment. I also study the role of body representation as a constituent element of self-identity.
Key words: Cognitive Neuroscience of (voluntary) Action; Cognition and Action, Body Perception, Self/Other Distinction, Self-Concept
Marshall, A.C., Gentsch, A., Jelincic, V., & Schütz-Bosbach, S. (in press). Exteroceptive expectations modulate interoceptive processing: repetition-suppression effects for visual and heartbeat evoked potentials. Scientific Reports.
Kuehn, E., Müller, K., Turner, R., & Schütz-Bosbach, S. (2014). The functional architecture of S1 during touch observation described with 7 Tesla fMRI. Brain Structure and Function, 219(1), 119-40.
Weiss, C., Herwig, A., & Schütz-Bosbach, S. (2011). The self in action effects: Selective attenuation of self-generated sounds. Cognition, 121(2), 207-18.
Gentsch, A., & Schütz-Bosbach, S. (2011). I Did It: Unconscious Expectation of Sensory Consequences Modulates the Experience of Self-agency and Its Functional Signature. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(12), 3817-28.
Schütz-Bosbach, S., Mancini, B., Aglioti, S.M., & Haggard, P. (2006). Self and other and in the human motor system. Current Biology, 16(8), 1830-1834.
Bosbach, S., Cole, J., Prinz, W., & Knoblich, G. (2005). Inferring another's expectation from action: The role of peripheral sensation. Nature Neuroscience, 8(10), 1295-1297.