Inhaltspezifische Aktionen



  • Hinneberg, B. & Hegele, M. Acting in temporal contexts: on the behavioral and neurophysiological consequences of feedback delays. Neuroscience,, online ahead of print.

  • Langsdorf, L., Maresch, J., & Hegele, M., McDougle, S. D., & Schween, R. Prolonged response time helps eliminate residual errors in visuomotor adaptation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 28, 834-844.

  • Maurer, L. K., Joch, M., & Hegele, M., & Müller, H. Focused review on neural correlates of error valuation in motor tasks and related terminological issues regarding the source of error information. Journal of Human Kinetics, 1-13.

  • Maurer, L. K., Joch, M., & Hegele, M., Maurer, H., & Müller, H. Relevance of pre- dictive and postdictive error information in the course of motor learning. Neuroscience,, online ahead of print

  • Maurer, L. K., Maurer, H., Hegele, M. & Müller, H. Can Stephen Curry really know? - Conscious access to outcome prediction of motor actions. bioRxiv,


  • Schween, R., McDougle, S. D., & Hegele, M., & Taylor, J.A. Assessing explicit strategies in force field adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 123, 1552-1565.


  • Maurer, L. K., Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., & Müller, H. Predictive error processing distinguishes between relevant and irrelevant errors after visuomotor learning. Journal of Vision, 19, 1-13.

  • Schween, R., Langsdorf, L., Taylor, J.A., & Hegele, M. How different effectors and action effects modulate the formation of separate motor memories. Scientific Reports 9, 17040.


  • Hegele, M., & Seyfried, F. A case for sensorimotor simulation as a basis for the animate/inanimate-distinction in infancy. Journal of Motor Learning and Development 6, S154-S168.
  • Huang, J., Hegele, M., & Billino, J. Motivational modulation of age-related effects on reaching adaptation. Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2285.

  • Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., Müller, H., & Maurer, L.K. Online movement monitoring modulates feedback processing in motor learning: an analysis of event-related potentials. Journal of Motor Learning and Development 6, S138-S153.
  • Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., Müller, H., & Maurer, L. Accuracy of motor error predictions for different sensory signals. Frontiers in Psychology 9, 1376.

  • Kurz, J., Hegele, M., & Muntert, J. Gaze behavior in a natural environment with a task-relevant distractor: How the presence of a goalkeeper distracts the penalty taker. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 19.
  • Schween, R., Taylor J. A., & Hegele, M. Plan-based generalization shapes local implicit adaptation to opposing visuomotor transformations. Journal of Neurophysiology 120(6), 2755-87.


  • de Oliveira, R. , Raab, M., Hegele, M., & Schorer, J. Task integration facilitates multitasking. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 398.
  • Schmidt, F., Hegele, M., & Fleming, R.W. Perceiving animacy from shape. Journal of Vision, 17, 10.
  • Kurz, J., Hegele, M., Reiser, J., & Munzert, J. Impact of task difficulty on gaze behavior in a sequential object manipulation task. Experimental Brain Research, 235, 3479-3486.
  • Joch, M., Hegele, M., Maurer, H., Müller, H. & Maurer, L. K. Brain negativity as an indicator of predictive error processing-The contribution of visual action effect monitoring. Journal of Neurophysiology, 118, 486-495. 
  • Schween, R., & Hegele, M. Feedback delay attenuates implicit but facilitates explicit adjustments to a visuomotor rotation. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 140, 124-133. 


  • Gertz, H., Hilger, M., Hegele, M.* & Fiehler, K.* Agency instructions modulate eye movements: an fMRI study on ocular tracking of biological and non-biological motion stimuli. NeuroImage, 138, 109-122.

    *shared senior authorship 


  • Heuer, H. & Hegele, M. Explicit and implicit components of visuomotor adaptation: an analysis of individual differences. Consciousness & Cognition, 33, 156-169.


  • Heuer, H. & Hegele, M. Age-related variations of visuo-motor adaptation beyond explicit knowledge. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 6, 152.


  • Hegele, M. & Heuer, H. Age-related variations of visuo-motor adaptation result from both the acquisition and the application of explicit knowledge. Psychology and Aging, 28, 333-339.
  • Heuer, H., Hegele, M., & Rand, M.K. Age-related variations in the control of electronic tools. In C.M. Schlick, E. Frieling, & J. Wegge (Eds.). Age-Differentiated Work Systems. Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Raab, M., de Oliveira, R., Schorer, J., & Hegele, M. Adaptation of motor control strategies to environmental cues in a pursuit-tracking task. Experimental Brain Research, 228, 155-160.


  • Zwickel, J., Hegele, M., & Grosjean, M. Ocular tracking of biological and non-biological motion: the effect of instructed agency. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 19, 52-57.


  • Heuer, H. & Hegele, M. Generalization of implicit and explicit adjustments to visuo-motor rotations across the workspace in younger and older adults. Journal of Neurophysiology, 106, 2078-2085.
  • Heuer, H., Hegele, M. & Sülzenbrück, S. Implicit and explicit adjustments to extrinsic visuo-motor transformations and their age-related changes. Human Movement Science, 30, 916-930.
  • Sülzenbrück, S., Hegele, M., Rinkenauer, G., & Heuer, H. The death of handwriting: Secondary effects of frequent computer use on basic motor skills. Journal of Motor Behavior, 43, 247-251.


  • Hegele, M. "Embodied Perception" fokussiert zu eng auf die Eigenschaften des Körpers. Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie, 17, 157-158.
  • Hegele, M. & Heuer, H. Adaptation to a direction-dependent gain in the young and elderly.Psychological Research, 21, 21-34.
  • Hegele, M. & Heuer, H. Anpassung an visumotorische Transformationen unter indirekter Sicht in frühem und spätem Erwerbsalter. Zeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft, 64, 265-277.
  • Hegele, M. & Heuer, H. Implicit and explicit components of dual adaptation to visuomotor rotations.Consciousness and Cognition, 19, 906-917.
  • Hegele, M. & Heuer, H. The impact of augmented information on visuo-motor adaptation in younger and older adults. PLoS One.
  • Heuer, H. & Hegele, M. The effects of mechanical transparency on adjustment to a complex visuo-motor transformation at early and late working age. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16,399-412.
  • Sülzenbrück, S., Hegele, M. Heuer, H. & Rinkenauer, G. Generalized slowing is not that general in older adults: Evidence from a tracing task. Occupational Ergonomics, 9, 111-117.
  • Heuer, H. & Hegele, M. Adjustment to a complex visuo-motor transformation at early and late working age. Ergonomics, 52, 1039-1054.
  • Hegele, M. The Animate-Inanimate Distinction in Visuomotor Coordination. Perceptuomotor Crosstalk in the Presence and Absence of Biological Topography and Biological Kinematics. Dortmund: Techn. Univ. E-Diss.
  • Heuer, H., & Hegele, M. Adaptation to direction-dependent visuo-motor rotations and its decay in younger and older adults. Acta Psychologica, 127, 369-381.
  • Heuer, H., & Hegele, M. Adaptation to nonlinear visuo-motor amplitude transformation with continuous and terminal visual feedback. Journal of Motor Behavior, 40, 368-379.
  • Heuer, H., & Hegele, M. Adaptation to visuo-motor rotations in younger and older adults. Psychology & Aging, 23, 190-202.
  • Heuer, H. & Hegele, M. Constraints on visuo-motor adaptation depend on the type of visual feedback during practice. Experimental Brain Research, 185, 101-110.
  • Heuer, H., & Hegele, M. Adaptation to direction-dependent visuo-motor rotations and its decay in younger and older adults. Acta Psychologica, 127, 369-381.
  • Hegele, M. & Erlacher, D. Focusing along multiple dimensions: spatial, temporal, and modal aspects of distality. E-Journal Bewegung & Training, 1, 21-23.
  • Heuer, H., & Hegele, M. Learning new visuo-motor gains at early and late working age. Ergonomics, 50, 979-1003.


  • Heuer, H., & Hegele, M. Bewegungen mit indirekter Sicht im Altersverlauf. Zeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft, 60, 221-229.