Philipp Schlesinger's research while affiliated with Moses-Mendelssohn-Zentrum Potsdam, Germany and other places

Citations

... In the long run, the additional information that is made available from the visual channel by the closely time-locked interaction between the two input channels might overcompensate this effect. Evidence from the human model as well as from computational systems shows that committing to an initial interpretation early on and revising it whenever this becomes necessary is often the more successful strategy compared to a wait-and-see approach (Ferreira, 2003;Baumann et al., 2013). ...