Prof. Dr. Thomas Schack
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Main areas of research:
mental motor representation;
cognitive architecture of action;
neurocognition and computational modeling;
mental training;
memory;
cognitive robotics
Interests/keywords:
neurocognition; manual action; complex movements; mental representation; anticipation, motor control, brain functions, robotics; motion intelligence
Current title/position:
Prof. Dr. ; full and permanent position
Current affiliation/employer:
Faculty of Psychology and Sportscience;
Center of Excellence: Cognitive Interaction Technology;
Research Institute of Cognition and Robotics;
Bielefeld University
Collaborators:
Dr. Bettina Bläsing;
Dr. Kai Essig;
Dr. Dirk Koester;
Dr. Dietmar Pollmann;
Dr. Matthias Weigelt;
Andre Krause;
Christoph Schuetz;
Marnie Ann Spiegel;
Charmayne Hughes PhD;
William Land PhD;
Nicole Grützmacher;
Philipp Philippen;
Iris Güldenpenning;
Allan Brennecke;
PhD Advisor and University:
Prof. Lander, H.-J.; University Leipzig
Postdoc Advisor and University:
Prof. Nitsch, J.; Sportsuniversity Cologne
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://www.neurocognition.de
Publications:
Blaesing, B., Puttke, M. & Schack, T. (Eds) (2010). Neurocognition of dance. Psychology Press: London.

Schack, T. & Ritter, H. (2009). The Cognitive Nature of Action – Functional Links between Cognitive Psychology, Movement Science and Robotics. Progress in Brain research: Mind and Motion - The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action. (pp 231-252). Elsevier.


Tenenbaum, G., Hatfield, B., Eklund, R.C., Land, W.M., Calmeiro, L. Razon, S. & Schack, T. (2009). A conceptual framework for studying Emotions-Cognitions-Performance linkage under conditions that vary in perceived pressure. Progress in Brain research. Mind ans Motion (159-178). Elsevier.

Weigelt, M., Rosenbaum, D.A., Hülshorst, S., & Schack, T. (2009). Moving and memorizing: Motor planning modulates the recency effect in serial and free recall. Acta Psychologica, 132, 68-79.

Schack, T. & Mechsner, F. (2006). Representation of motor skills in human long-term-memory. Neuroscience Letters ,391, 77-81.

Weigelt, M. & Schack, T. (in press). The development of end-state comfort planning in pre-school children. Experimental Psychology.

Schack, T. & Schack, E. (2005). In- and outgroup representation in a dynamic society: Hong Kong after 1997. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 8, 123-137.

Braun, S.M., Beursken, A.J., Borm, P.J., Schack, T., Wade, D.T. (2006). The effects of mental practice in stroke rehabilitation: A systematic review. Archieves of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 87, 842-852.

Braun, S.M., Beurskens, A.J.H.M., Schack, T., Marcellis, R.G., Oti, K.C., Schols, J.M. & Wade, D.T. (2007). Is it possible to use the SDA-M to investigate representations of motor actions in stroke patients? Clinical Rehabilitation, 21, 822-832.

Bläsing, B., Tenenbaum, G. & Schack, T. (2009). The Cognitive Structure of Movements in Classical Dance. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 10 (1), 350-360.

Schack, T. (2004). The Cognitive Architecture of Complex Movement. International Journal of Sport and Exercise psychology, 2(4), 403-438.

Schack, T. (2004). Relation of knowledge and performance in action. Journal of Knowledge Management, 4(8), 38-53.

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At 11:39am on June 23, 2010, Marta Olivetti Belardinelli said…
Wellcome Thomas: please, join the Cognitive Science Group. M.O.B.
 
 
 

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