Contact

Dr. Tobias Meilinger

Adresse: Spemannstr. 38
72076 Tübingen
Raum Nummer: 009.2
Tel.: 07071 601 615
Fax: 07071 601 616
E-Mail: tobias.meilinger

 

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Tobias Meilinger

Position: Projektleiter  Abteilung: Bülthoff

I am interested in the processing of everyday environments. How do humans represent cities, buildings, and rooms containing objects and interaction partners? Which formats (e.g., graph vs. coordinate system) do they generate from experienced views, interactions, movement trajectories, descriptions, and maps? And how do they use them for navigation, interaction, and problem solving? My approach uses behavioural experiments in real and virtual environments supplemented by formal description methods of space, functional neuroimaging, eye tracking, and cognitive modeling.


An overview video of my work in navigation can be found here

Stephan de la Rosa and I are leading the Social and Spatial Cognition Group

 

Learning and navigating complex environments

 

Navigating through buildings and cities is an under-researched yet important everyday task. We found that knowledge acquired from navigation is represented in multiple, local reference frames corresponding, for example, to streets or corridors. This local information also incorporates local geometry as defined by walls. Contrary, (prior) map exposure yields a single, map-up oriented reference frame which is used for configurational or survey tasks within novel and highly familiar environments, but not for selecting routes. The underlying route knowledge focuses on turns which is enabled by a default strategy of walking straight. Route guidance providing unambiguous turning information will yield enhanced wayfinding performance.These findings will foster our understanding of human-environmental interaction and thus help finding ones goal.

 

Publications:

- Meilinger, T., * Frankenstein, J., * Simon, N., Bülthoff, H.H., & Bresciani, J.-P. (2016). Not all memories are the same: situational context influences spatial recall within ones city of residency. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 23, 246-252. [*equal contributions]

- Meilinger, T.,  Frankenstein, J, Watanabe, K. , Bülthoff, H.H. & Hölscher, C. (2015). Reference frames in learning from maps and navigation. Psychological Research, 79, 1000-1008.

- Meilinger, T., Riecke, B.E., Bülthoff, H.H. (2014). Local and global reference frames for environmental spaces. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67, 542-569.

- Meilinger, T., Frankenstein, J., Bülthoff, H.H. (2014). When in doubt follow your nose - a wayfinding strategy. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1-7.

- Meilinger, T., Frankenstein, J., Bülthoff, H.H. (2013). Learning to navigate: experience vs. maps. Cognition, 129, 24-30.

- Frankenstein, J., Mohler, B.J., Bülthoff, H.H. & Meilinger, T. (2012). Is the Map in Our Head Oriented North? Psychological Science, 23, 120-125.

- Meilinger, T., Franz, G., & Bülthoff, H. H. (2012). From Isovists via Mental Representations to Behaviour: First Steps Toward Closing the Causal Chain. Environment and Planning B, 39, 48-62.

- Basten, K. Meilinger, T., Mallot, H.A. (2012). Mental travel primes place orientation in spatial recall. In Spatial Cognition VIII, Eds. C. Stachniss, K. Schill, D.H. Uttal (Berlin: Springer), 378-385.

-  Hölscher, C., Büchner, S. J., Meilinger, T., & Strube, G. (2009). Adaptivity of wayfinding strategies in a multi-building ensemble - the effects of spatial structure, task requirements and metric information. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 29, 208-219.

- Meilinger, T., Hölscher, C., Büchner, S. J., & Brösamle, M. (2006). How Much Information Do You Need? Schematic Maps in Wayfinding and Self Localisation. In Spatial Cognition V, Eds. T. Barkowsky et al. (Berlin: Springer), 381–400.

 

Cooperation partners:

M. Strickrodt, C. Hölscher, T. Wolbers, J. Frankenstein, B.E. Riecke, B.J. Mohler, R. Conroy Dalton,H.A. Mallot, H.H. Bülthoff

 

Funding:

- DFG project “Where is my goal? The functional, computational and neural basis of human survey knowledge” (principal investigator: T. Meilinger)

- Max Planck Society

- EU project “Wayfinding”


 

 


Collaborative spatial problem solving

 

Almost all human-made objects involved collaborative spatial problem solving in the process of their construction or production. We aim to examine the underlying cognitive processes targeting at strategies, memory requirements, shared representations, and spatial transformations. First results on the case of collaborative search (e.g., firefighters searching a building for victims) indicate that collaborative in comparison to individual search might result in qualitative better, but not necessarily more efficient performance. We currently examine the interaction of working memory and search strategy and extend the problem to a collaborative 3D puzzle task.

 

Publications:

- Keilmann, F., de la Rosa, S., Cress, & Meilinger, T. (2017). How do individual and collaborative spatial problem solving differ? The case of environmental search. 59th Conference of Experimental Psychologists.

- Keilmann, F., de la Rosa, S., Schwan, S., Cress, U., Mohler, B.J., Bülthoff, H.H. & Meilinger, T. (submitted). Comparing Individual and Collaborative Problem Solving in Environmental Search. Cognitive Science Conference.

 

 

Cooperation partners:

F. Keilmann, B.J. Mohler, S. de la Rosa, H.H. Bülthoff, M. Bues (Fraunhofer IAO), U. Cress (IWM), S. Schwan (IWM)

 

Funding:

- MPG-FhG project “CoAvatar” (PI: M. Bues, T. Meilinger, B. Mohler)

 

 



Self movement perception and representation of 3D space

 

Humans mainly  experience their environment from an upright body posture and locomote along the horizontal plane. This project examines whether vertical movements and locations are perceived and memorized in the same way as horizontal ones. Results suggest that memory is anisotropic for movement, but isotropic for visible locations and that egocentric reference frames are used for both types of information despite salient allocentric alternatives such as gravity.

 

Publications

- Hinterecker, T., Leroy, C., Kirschhock, M.E., Zhao,M., Butz, M. V., Bülthoff, H. H., & Meilinger, T. (submitted). Spatial Memory for vertical locations.
- Hinterecker, T. *, Leroy, C.*, Zhao, M., Butz, M. V., Bülthoff, H. H., & Meilinger, T. (2017). No advantage for remembering horizontal over vertical spatial locations learned from a single viewpoint. Memory & Cognition . [* equal contributions]
- Barnett-Cowan, M., Meilinger, T., Vidal, M., Teufel, H. & Bülthoff, H.H. (2012). MPI CyberMotion Simulator: Implementation of a novel motion simulator to investigate path integration in three dimensions. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 63, 1-6.

- Hölscher, C., Meilinger, T., Vrachliotis, G., Brösamle, M., & Knauff, M. (2006). Up the down staircase: next term Wayfinding strategies in multi-level buildings. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 26, 284–299.


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Spatial integration

 

Rooms, buildings and cities cannot be grasped within one glance. In order to get their overall structure, one has to integrate multiple experiences which relate via movement trajectories or common landmarks. We showed that reference frames (i.e., coordinate systems) used for integration depend on the learning time, available movement trajectories, and the knowledge from where to use the information afterwards. Integration of city streets happens within an incremental process conducted from one current location. Consequently, integration processes differ between spatial scales.


Publications:

 

- Meilinger, T. & Watanabe, K. (2016). Multiple strategies for spatial integration of 2D layouts in working memory. PLOS ONE, 11, 1-22.

- O’Malley, M., Bülthoff, H.H., Meilinger, T. (2014). How to find a shortcut within a city? Mental walk vs. mental model. 56. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen.

- Meilinger, T.*, Berthoz, A. & Wiener, J.M.* (2011). The integration of spatial information across different perspectives. Memory & Cognition, 39, 1042-1054. [* equal contributions]

- Henson, A., Mallot, H.A., Bülthoff, H.H., Meilinger, T. (2011). When do we integrate spatial information acquired by walking through environmental spaces? 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2764-2769.

- Meilinger, T., Bülthoff, H.H. (2010). The Direction Bias and the Incremental Construction of Survey Knowledge. 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2500-2505.


 

Cooperation partners:

K. WatanabeJ. Wiener, A. BerthozH.A. MallotH.H. Bülthoff

 

Funding:

- DFG project “Where is my goal? The functional, computational and neural basis of human survey knowledge” (principal investigator: T. Meilinger)

- Feodor-Lynen Stipend from the Humboldt Foundation

- Max Planck Society

- EU project “Wayfinding”



 

Verbal and non-verbal codes in spatial memory

 

In which format do humans represent their environment? Our results indicate that room locations and routes learned from navigation as well as from maps are not only encoded spatially, but also in a verbal code, e.g. as descriptions. The usefulness of verbal encoding for navigation seems to depend on already established long-term associations between corresponding verbal and spatial elements. Humans combine multiple representations formats.

 

Publications:

- Meilinger, T., Schulte-Pelkum, J., Frankenstein, J., Hardiess, G. Mallot, H.A., Bülthoff, H.H. (2016). How to best name a place? Facilitation and inhibition of route learning due to descriptive and arbitrary location labels. Frontiers in Psychology,7, 1-7.

-  Meilinger, T. & Bülthoff, H.H. (2013). Verbal shadowing and visual interference in spatial memory. PLOS ONE, 8, 1-9.

- Meilinger, T., Knauff, M., & Bülthoff, H. H. (2008). Working memory in wayfinding - a dual task experiment in a virtual city. Cognitive Science, 32, 755-770.

- Meilinger, T. & Knauff, M. (2008). Ask for your way or use a map: A field experiment on spatial orientation and wayfinding in an urban environment. Journal of Spatial Science, 53, 13-23.

 

Cooperation partners:

H.A. Mallot, M. Knauff, G. Hardiess, H.H. Bülthoff

 

Funding:

- DFG project “Mapspace” (SFB/TR8 Spatial Cognition)

- EU project “Wayfinding”

- Max Planck Society

 

 

 


Object orientation as a social stimulus?

 

This project is concerned with interactions between spatial and social processing in object orientation. Observers perceive cones, cameras, and avatars (virtual humans) facing them as closer than when they are facing away. This orientation effect does not depend on objects being aversive or animate. Object orientation may thus work not only as a spatial cue, but also as a social cue.


Publications:

Jung, E., Takahashi, K., Watanabe, K, de la Rosa, S. Butz, M.V., Bülthoff, H.H. & Meilinger, T. (2016). The Influence of Human Body Orientation on Distance Judgments. Frontiers in Psychology,7, 1-9.

Foster, C., Takahashi, K., Watanabe, K., Bülthoff, H.H. & Meilinger, T. (in preparation). Looking at me? Observers underestimate the position of objects facing towards them, independent of these objects being aversive or animate.

Takahashi, K.*, Meilinger, T.*, Watanabe, K., Bülthoff, H.H. (2013). Psychological influences on distance estimation in a virtual reality environment. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 1-7. [* equal contributions]

 

Cooperation partners:

K. Watanabe, K. Takahashi, H.H. Bülthoff

 

Funding:

- Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

- Feodor-Lynen Stipend from the Humboldt Foundation

 

 



Theoretical foundations of spatial cognition

 


This research is concerned with conceptions of how space can be represented and processed theoretically and in the light of current empirical data. We argue that simple egocentric and allocentric conceptions are not sufficient to capture complex situations and suggest combining them into complex representations. I also proposed a theory for self-localisation, route- and survey navigation in environmental spaces.

 

Publications:

- Wiener, J.M. & Meilinger, T. (forthcoming). Spatial Biases in Wayfinding and Navigation. In T. Hubbard (Ed.), Spatial Biases in Perception and Cognition. Cambridge University Press.

- Hardiess, G., Meilinger, T., & Mallot, H.A. (2015). Virtual Reality and Spatial Cognition. In J.D. Wright (Ed), International Encyclopedia of Social & Behavioral Sciences (pp. 133-137). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

- Vosgerau, G. Knoll, A., Meilinger, T. & Vogeley, K. (2013). Representation. In A. Stephan & S. Walter (Eds.), Handbuch Kognitionswissenschaft (386-401). Stuttgart: Metzler.

- Meilinger, T. & Vosgerau, G. (2010)  Putting Egocentric and Allocentric into Perspective. In C. Hölscher, C., T. F. Shipley, M. Olivetti Belardinelli, J. A. Bateman, N. S. Newcombe (Eds.), Spatial Cognition VII, LNAI 6222 (pp. 207-211). Berlin: Springer.

- Meilinger, T. (2008). The network of reference frames theory: A synthesis of graphs and cognitive maps. In C. Freksa, N.S. Newcombe, P. Gärdenfors & S. Wölfl (Eds.), Spatial Cognition VI, LNAI 5248 (pp. 344-360). Berlin: Springer.

 

Cooperation partners:

G. VosgerauH.A. Mallot, G. Hardiess

 

Funding:

- Max Planck Society

- DFG project “Where is my goal? The functional, computational and neural basis of human survey knowledge” (principal investigator: T. Meilinger)

 

 

 


Further research

Additional research interests encompass contributions of lateral field of view for reorientation (with K. Ehinger and R.Rosenholtz), spatial priming (with H.A. Mallot and J. Wiener) and new measurement tools for spatial ability (together with A. Postma and I. van der Ham). I cooperated with the project SpaceGuide at the University of Freiburg (principal investigators: C. Hölscher, G. Strube and W. Burgard) and the feelSpace project at the University of Osnabrück (principal investigator: P. König). In former projects at the University of Würzburg I examined the influence of passengers on accidental risk (together with M. Vollrath and H.-P. Krüger), the influence of roadside vegetation on traffic safety, and the usability of menu systems (together with I. Totzke and H.-P. Krüger).

 

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Beiträge zu Tagungsbänden (28):

Totzke I, Meilinger T und Krüger H-P (September-2005) Adaptivität und Adaptierbarkeit von menügesteuerten Informationssystemen - Kein Ansatz zur Lösung des Problems der Erlernbarkeit?! In: Zustandserkennung und Systemgestaltung. 6. Berliner Werkstatt Mensch-Maschine-Systeme, , Zustandserkennung und Systemgestaltung., VDI-Verlag, Düsseldorf, Zustandserkennung und Systemgestaltung., 35-40.
Meilinger T (Juli-2005) Wayfinding with Maps and Verbal Directions, XXVII Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2005), Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ, USA, 1473-1478.
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Hölscher C, Vrachliotis G und Meilinger T (Juni-2005) The Floor Strategy: Wayfinding Cognition in a Multi-Level Building, 5th International Space Syntax Symposium, Techne Press, Delft, Netherlands, 823-824.
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Hoelscher C, Meilinger T, Vrachliotis G, Broesamle M und Knauff M (Februar-2005) Finding the Way Inside: Linking Architectural Design Analysis and Cognitive Processes In: Spatial Cognition IV: Reasoning, Action, Interaction, , International Conference Spatial Cognition (SC 2004), Springer, Berlin, Germany, 1-23, Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science ; 3343.
Totzke I, Meilinger T und Krüger H-P (Juni-2003) Erlernbarkeit von Menüsystemen im Fahrzeug: mehr als "nur" eine Lernkurve [Learnability of Menu Systems in Vehicles: Beyond a Learning Curve], Der Fahrer im 21. Jahrhundert: Anforderungen, Anwendungen, Aspekte für Mensch-Maschine-Systeme, VDI-Verlag, Düsseldorf, Germany, 171-195, Series: VDI-Berichte ; 1768.

Beiträge zu Büchern (3):

Wiener JM und Meilinger T: Spatial Biases in Wayfinding and Navigation, -. In: Spatial Biases in Perception and Cognition, (Ed) T. Hubbard, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, (Juli-2017). im Druck
Hardless G, Meilinger T und Mallot HA: Virtual Reality and Spatial Cognition, 133-137. In: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, (Ed) James D. Wright, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (2015).
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Vosgerau G, Knoll A, Meilinger T und Vogeley K: Repräsentation, 386-401. In: Handbuch Kognitionswissenschaft, (Ed) A. Stephan, Metzler, Stuttgart, Germany, (September-2013).
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Technische Berichte (1):

Meilinger T, Riecke BE, Berger D und Bülthoff HH: A novel immersive virtual environment setup for behavioural experiments in humans, tested on spatial memory for environmental spaces, 158, Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany, (März-2007).
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Poster (29):

Hanrieder M, Mohler B und Meilinger T (November-2017): Collaborative Spatial Search- Implementation and Validation of a Multi-User Task in Walkable Virtual Environments, 14. GI VR/AR-Workshop, Tübingen, Germany.
Stickrodt M und Meilinger T (April-2017): Clustering an Environmental Space into Regions: Evidence for Hierarchical Representations, Second International Workshop on Models and Representations in Spatial Cognition, Tübingen, Germany.
Hinterecker T, Leroy C, Kirschhock ME, Zhao M, Butz MV, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (April-2017): Reference Systems in Memory for Vertical Locations: Evidence for Dominance of Egocentric over Environmental or Gravitational Systems, Second International Workshop on Models and Representations in Spatial Cognition, Tübingen, Germany.
Kaiser K, Strickrodt M und Meilinger T (April-2017): The Inverted Route Direction Effect, Second International Workshop on Models and Representations in Spatial Cognition, Tübingen, Germany.
Meilinger T, Frankenstein J, Bresciani J-P, Mohler B, Simon N und Bülthoff HH (September-19-2016): Wie erinnern wir räumliches Wissen unseres Wohnortes?, 50. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs 2016), Leipzig, Germany.
O'Malley M, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (August-4-2016): Spatial integration within environmental spaces: Testing predictions from mental walk and mental model, International Conference Spatial Cognition (SC 2016), Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Strickrodt M, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (August-2-2016): Beyond the border: Separation of space influences memory structure of an object layout, International Conference Spatial Cognition (SC 2016), Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Hinterecker T, Leroy C, Zhao M, Butz M, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (August-2-2016): Gravity as a universal reference direction? Influences on spatial memory for vertical object locations, International Conference Spatial Cognition (SC 2016), Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Meilinger T, Strickrodt M, Hinterecker T, Chang D-S, Saulton A, Fademrecht L und de la Rosa S (Juli-27-2016): Using Virtual Reality to Examine Social and Spatial Cognition, Virtual Environments: Current Topics in Psychological Research: VECTOR Workshop, Tübingen, Germany.
Stangl M, Meilinger T, Pape A-A, Schultz J, Bülthoff HH und Wolbers T (Oktober-19-2015): Triggers of entorhinal grid cell and hippocampal place cell remapping in humans, 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2015), Chicago, IL, USA.
de la Rosa S, Lubkull M, Streuber S, Saulton A, Meilinger T, Bülthoff HH und Cañal-Bruland R (September-2015): Motor planning and control: Humans interact faster with a human than a robot avatar, 15th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS 2015), St. Pete Beach, FL, USA, Journal of Vision, 15(12) 52.
de la Rosa S, Wahn Y, Bülthoff HH, Fademrecht L, Saulton A, Meilinger T und Chang D-S (Juli-2-2015): Does the two streams hypothesis hold for joint actions?, 6th Joint Action Meeting (JAM 2015), Budapest, Hungary.
Huff M, Papenmeier H, Meilinger T und de la Rosa S (März-10-2015): Semantic Relations in Asymmetric Dynamic Social Interactions, 57th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP 2015), Hildesheim, Germany.
Meilinger T, Frankenstein J, Mohler BJ und Bülthoff HH (September-2014): How to remember Tübingen? Reference frames in route and survey knowledge of one’s city of residency, 12th Biannual Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society (KogWis 2014), Tübingen, Germany, Cognitive Processing, 15(Supplement 1) S53-S54.
Meilinger T, Frankenstein J, Watanabe K, Bülthoff HH und Hölscher C (September-2014): Map-based Reference Frames Are Used to Organize Memory of Subsequent Navigation Experience, Spatial Cognition 2014, Bremen, Germany.
Pape A-A, Wolbers T, Schultz J, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (November-2011): Grid cell remapping in humans, 41st Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2011), Washington, DC, USA.
Pape A-A, Wolbers T, Schultz J, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (Oktober-2011): Grid cell remapping in humans, 12th Conference of Junior Neuroscientists of Tübingen (NeNA 2011), Heiligkreuztal, Germany.
Barnett-Cowan M, Meilinger T, Vidal M und Bülthoff HH (August-2010): Path integration in the third dimension, XXVI Bárány Society Meeting, Reykjavik, Iceland, Journal of Vestibular Research, 20(3-4) 282.
Meilinger T, Frankenstein J, Holzer S und Brescani J-P (September-2009): The situational influence of location and body orientation on the recall of survey knowledge, Fourth International Conference on Spatial Cognition (ICSC 2009), Roma, Italy, Cognitive Processing, 10(Supplement 2) S169.
Frankenstein J, Mohler B, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (August-2009): Distance and alignment effects in survey knowledge of a highly familiar city, 32nd European Conference on Visual Perception, Regensburg, Germany, Perception, 38(ECVP Abstract Supplement) 63.
Meilinger T, Frankenstein J, Holzer S und Brescani J-P (August-2009): The influence of the current situation on the recall of survey knowledge: the case of location and body orientation, 32nd European Conference on Visual Perception, Regensburg, Germany, Perception, 38(ECVP Abstract Supplement) 66.
Meilinger T, Riecke BE, Laharnar N und Bülthoff HH (Juli-2007): Long-Term Memory for Environmental Spaces: the Case of Orientation Specificity, 10th Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz (TWK 2007), Tübingen, Germany.
Meilinger T (Juni-2006): Orientation with maps: memory systems, memory content and strategies, 29th Annual German Conference on Artificial Intelligence (KI 2006), Bremen, Germany.
Meilinger T, Widinger A, Knauff M und Bülthoff HH (März-2006): Verbal, Visual and Spatial Memory in Wayfinding, 9th Tübingen Perception Conference (TWK 2006), Tübingen, Germany.
Hölscher C, Meilinger T, Vrachliotis G und Brösamle M (September-2005): Maps, Room Numbers and Wayfinding Strategies: Investigations in a Vertically Complex Building, Conference On Spatial Information Theory (COSIT '05), Ellicottville, NY, USA.
Meilinger T, Knauff M, Widiger A und Bülthoff HH (April-2005): Gedächtnissysteme beim Finden von Wegen in einer virtuellen Umgebung, 47. Tagung Experimentell Arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP 2005), Regensburg, Germany, Experimentelle Psychologie, 47 133.
Meilinger T und Knauff M (April-2004): Nach dem Weg fragen oder Karte studieren, was ist besser? Ein Feldexperiment, 46. Tagung Experimentell Arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP 2004), Giessen, Germany, Experimentelle Psychologie, 46 169.
Totzke I, Meilinger T und Krüger H-P (März-2002): Einfluss von Nutzermerkmalen auf das Erlernen von Menüsystemen, 44. Tagung Experimentell Arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP 2002), Chemnitz, Germany, Experimentelle Psychologie, 44 220.
Meilinger T, Totzke I und Krüger H-P (März-2002): Lernen von Menüsystemen in Abhängigkeit von Struktur und Darbietungsform, 44. Tagung Experimentell Arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP 2002), Chemnitz, Germany, Experimentelle Psychologie, 44 167.

Abschlussarbeiten (2):

Meilinger T: Strategies of Orientation in Environmental Spaces, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, (Juli-1-2008). PhD thesis
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Meilinger T: Kompetenzerwerb von Menüsystemen als multicodierter Prozess, Bayrische Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Philosophische Fakultät, (Oktober-2002). Diplom thesis

Verschiedenes (2):

de la Rosa S und Meilinger T: Können Sie mir sagen, wie ich zum Ziel komme?: Die Interaktion räumlichen und sozialen Denkens - Forschungsbericht 2015 Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik, Jahrbuch der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft 2015.
Meilinger T und Doeller C: Von A nach B, Gehirn und Geist(Oktober-2009) 2009, 54-59.

Vorträge (58):

Fademrecht L, Meilinger T, Streuber S, Bülthoff HH, Cañal-Bruland R und de la Rosa S (Juli-6-2017) Abstract Talk: How Robots Can Affect Human Motor Behavior, 3rd International Workshop on Virtual Social Interaction (VSI 2017), Bielefeld, Germany.
Keilmann F, de la Rosa S, Cress U und Meilinger T (März-28-2017) Abstract Talk: How do individual and collaborative spatial problem solving differ? The case of environmental search, 59th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP 2017), Dresden, Germany 179.
Meilinger T (Februar-4-2017) Invited Lecture: Reference frames in spatial memory for vertical locations - comparing gravity, visual upright, and egocentric experience, 27th Oculomotor Meeting, Tübingen, Germany.
Horeis C, Foster C, Watanabe K, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (September-2016) Abstract Talk: The integration of room views, 13th Biannual Conference of the German Cognitive Science Society (KogWis 2016), Bremen, Germany 113-114.
Meilinger T (Juni-29-2016) Abstract Talk: Spatial integration within large-scale spaces, 1st Interdisciplinary Navigation Symposium (iNAV 2016), Bad Gastein, Austria.
Lohmann J, Kurz J, Meilinger T und Butz MV (März-23-2016) Abstract Talk: Embodied social spaces: Implicit racial bias modulates spatial perspective taking, 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP 2016), Heidelberg, Germany 195-196.
Hinterecker T, Leroy C, Butz MV, Bülthoff HH und Meilinger T (März-22-2016) Abstract Talk: Spatial memory in the vertical plane: The influence of gravity and room orientation during learning and retrieval, 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP 2016), Heidelberg, Germany 129.
Meilinger T, Rebane J, Henson A, Bülthoff HH und Mallot HA (März-3-2016) Invited Lecture: Constraints on models of human survey estimation: evidence from a learning study, International Workshop on Models and Representations in Spatial Cognition, Delmenhorst, Germany.
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