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2016Attentional Resource Allocation in Visuotactile Processing Depends on the Task, But Optimal Visuotactile Integration Does Not Depend on Attentional ResourcesWahn, Basil ; Koenig, Peter 
2017Audiovisual integration is affected by performing a task jointlyWahn, B. ; Keshava, A. ; Sinnett, S. ; Kingstone, A.; König, P. 
2015Audition and vision share spatial attentional resources, yet attentional load does not disrupt audiovisual integrationWahn, Basil ; Koenig, Peter 
2017Auditory Stimulus Detection Partially Depends on Visuospatial Attentional ResourcesWahn, Basil ; Murali, Supriya ; Sinnett, Scott ; Koenig, Peter 
2016Benefiting from Being Alike: Interindividual Skill Differences Predict Collective Benefit in Joint Object ControlWahn, B. ; Schmitz, L.; König, P. ; Knoblich, G.
2017Can Limitations of Visuospatial Attention Be Circumvented? A ReviewWahn, Basil ; Koenig, Peter 
2016Collaborative multiple object tracking: How many objects can you track and which ones did you pick?Wahn, Basil ; Kingstone, Alan; Koenig, Peter 
2020Dyadic and triadic search: Benefits, costs, and predictors of group performanceWahn, Basil ; Czeszumski, Artur ; Labusch, Melanie; Kingstone, Alan; Koenig, Peter 
2013Face selective areas in the human ventral stream exhibit a preference for 3/4 views in the fovea and peripheryKietzmann, T. C.; Wahn, B. ; Koenig, P. ; Tong, F.
2015Faculty Opinions recommendation of Predictive coding and multisensory integration: an attentional account of the multisensory mind.König, Peter; Wahn, Basil 
2016Faculty Opinions recommendation of Processing multiple visual objects is limited by overlap in neural channels.König, Peter; Wahn, Basil 
2015Faculty Opinions recommendation of Pupil size signals mental effort deployed during multiple object tracking and predicts brain activity in the dorsal attention network and the locus coeruleus.König, Peter; Wahn, Basil 
2018Group benefits in joint perceptual tasks-a reviewWahn, Basil ; Kingstone, Alan; Koenig, Peter 
2021Interpersonal Coordination in Joint Multiple Object TrackingWahn, Basil ; Konig, Peter ; Kingstone, Alan
2017Is Attentional Resource Allocation Across Sensory Modalities Task-Dependent?Wahn, Basil ; Koenig, Peter 
2017Joint Action: Mental Representations, Shared Information and General Mechanisms for Coordinating with OthersVesper, Cordula; Abramova, Ekaterina; Butepage, Judith; Ciardo, Francesca; Crossey, Benjamin; Effenberg, Alfred; Hristova, Dayana; Karlinsky, April; McEllin, Luke; Nijssen, Sari R. R.; Schmitz, Laura; Wahn, Basil 
2016Learning New Sensorimotor Contingencies: Effects of Long-Term Use of Sensory Augmentation on the Brain and Conscious PerceptionKoenig, Sabine U.; Schumann, Frank; Keyser, Johannes ; Goeke, Caspar; Krause, Carina; Wache, Susan; Lytochkin, Aleksey; Ebert, Manuel; Brunsch, Vincent; Wahn, Basil ; Kaspar, Kai ; Nagel, Saskia K.; Meilinger, Tobias; Buelthoff, Heinrich; Wolbers, Thomas; Buechel, Christian; Koenig, Peter 
2018Let's Move It Together: A Review of Group Benefits in Joint Object ControlWahn, Basil ; Karlinsky, April; Schmitz, Laura; Koenig, Peter 
2016Limitations of visuospatial attention (and how to circumvent them)Wahn, Basil 
2016Multisensory teamwork: using a tactile or an auditory display to exchange gaze information improves performance in joint visual searchWahn, Basil ; Schwandt, Jessika; Krueger, Matti; Crafa, Daina; Nunnendorf, Vanessa; Koenig, Peter