• Hesse, C., Kangur, K. & Hunt, A. (2020). Decision making in slow and rapid reaching: Sacrificing success to minimize effort. Cognition, 205, 104426.
  • Giesel, M., Nowakowska, A., Harris, J. M., & Hesse, C. (2020). Perceptual uncertainty and action consequences independently affect hand movements in a virtual environment. Scientific Reports, 10, 22307.
  • Knight, H. C., Mowat, S. & Hesse, C. (2020). Fearing the wurst: Robust approach bias towards non-vegetarian food images in a sample of young female vegetarian eaters. Appetite, vol. 149, 104617.
  • Harrison, R. E., Giesel, M. & Hesse, C. (2020). Temporal order judgment task suggests chronological action representations in motor experts and non-experts. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
  • Mahon, A., Bendžiūtė, S., Hesse, C. & Hunt, A. R. (2020). Shared attention for action selection and action monitoring in goal-directed reaching. Psychological Research, vol. 84, 313-326.
  • Hesse, C., Koroknai, L. & Billino, J. (2020). Individual differences in processing resources modulate bimanual interference in pointing. Psychological Research, vol. 84, 440-453.
  • Löhr-Limpens, M., Göhringer, F., Schenk, T. & Hesse, C. (2020). Grasping and perception are both affected by irrelevant information and secondary tasks: New evidence from the Garner paradigm. Psychological Research, 84, 313-326.


  • Göhringer, F., Löhr-Limpens, M., Hesse, C. & Schenk, T. (2019). Grasping discriminates between object sizes less not more accurately than the perceptual system., Vision, 3, no. 3, 36.
  • Hesse, C., Billino, J. & Schenk, T. On the role of V1 in avoiding obstacles (2018). Cortex, 98, 276-282. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2017.11.004
  • Utz, KS., Hesse, C., Hintz, A., Grüneberger, D., Kulke, H., Roth, I., Klos, T., Kromichal, V., Melms, A., Schupp, W., Khol, D. & Schenk, T. (2018). Visual feedback explains why propointing is better than antipointing in spatial neglect. Cortex, 18, 114-127.
  • Schenk, T. & Hesse, C. (2018). Do we have distinct systems for immediate and delayed actions? A selective review on the role of visual memory in action. Cortex, 98, 228-248.
  • Ross, AI., Schenk, T., Billino, J., Macleod, MJ. & Hesse, C. (2018). Avoiding unseen obstacles: Subcortical vision is not sufficient to maintain normal obstacle avoidance behaviour during reaching. Cortex, 18, 177-193.


  • Schenk, T., Utz, KS. & Hesse, C. (2017). Violations of Weber’s law tell us more about methodological challenges in sensorimotor research than about the neural correlates of visual behaviour. Vision Research, 140, 140-143 .
  • Kangur, K., Billino, J. & Hesse, C. (2017). Keeping Safe: Intra-individual Consistency in Obstacle Avoidance Behaviour Across Grasping and Locomotion Tasks. i-Perception, 8(1), 1-10.
  • Stanciu, I., Biehl, S. C. & Hesse, C. (2017). Increased cognitive demands boost the spatial interference effect in bimanual pointing. Psychological Research, 81(3), 582-595.
  • Kopiske, KK., Bruno, N., Hesse, C., Schenk, T. & Franz, VH. (2017). Do visual illusions affect grasping? Considerable progress in a scientific debate. Cortex, 88, 210-215.
  • Hesse, C., Miller, L. & Buckingham, G. (2016). Visual information about object size and object position are retained differently in the visual brain: Evidence from grasping studies. Neuropsychologia, 91, 531-543.
  • Kopiske, K. K., Bruno, N., Hesse, C., Schenk, T., & Franz, V. H. (2016). The functional subdivision of the visual brain: Is there a real illusion effect on action? A multi-lab replication study. Cortex, 79, 130-152.
  • Hesse, C., Franz, V. H. & Schenk, T. (2016). Pointing and Anti-pointing in Müller-Lyer figures: Why illusion effects need to be scaled. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42(1), 90-102.


  • Ross, A. I., Schenk, T. & Hesse, C. (2015). The effect of gaze position on reaching movements in an obstacle avoidance task. PLoS ONE, 10(12), e0144193.
  • Utz, K. S., Hesse, C., Aschenneller, N. & Schenk, T. (2015). Biomechanical factors may explain why grasping violates Weber’s law. Vision Research, 111, Part A, 22-30.
  • Hesse, C. & Schenk, T. (2014). Delayed action does not always require the ventral stream: A study on a patient with visual form agnosia. Cortex, 54, 77-91.
  • Hesse, C., Ball, K. & Schenk, T. (2014). Pointing in visual periphery: Is DF’s dorsal stream intact?. PLoS ONE, 9(3), e91420.
  • Ross, A. I., Schenk, T. & Hesse, C. (2014). Line-bisectioning and obstacle avoidance: evidence for separate strategies. Acta Psychologica, 151, 74-82.


  • Cavina-Pratesi, C. & Hesse, C. (2013). Why do the eyes prefer the index finger?  Simultaneous recording of eye and hand movements during precision grasping. Journal of Vision, 13(5), 15.
  • Hesse, C. & Schenk, T. (2013). Findings from the Garner-paradigm do not support the “how” versus “what” distinction in the visual brain. Behavioural Brain Research (239), 164-171.
  • Hesse, C., Ball, K. & Schenk, T. (2012). Visuomotor performance based on peripheral vision is impaired in visual form agnosic patient DF. Neuropsychologia, 50(1), 90-97.
  • Gilster, R., Hesse, C. & Deubel, H. (2012). Contact points during mutidigit grasping of geometric objects. Experimental Brain Research, 217(1), 137-151.
  • Hesse, C., Lane, A. R., Aimola, L. & Schenk, T. (2012). Pathways involved in conscious vision contribute to obstacle-avoidance behaviour. European Journal of Neuroscience, 36, 2383–2390.
  • Hesse, C., Schenk, T. & Deubel, H. (2012). Attention is needed for action control: Further evidence from grasping. Vision Research, 71, 37-43.


  • Hesse, C., Franz, V. H. & Schenk, T. (2011). Letter posting and orientation matching: Two equivalent tasks in action and perception? Seeing and Perceiving, 24(2), 151-172.
  • Hesse, C. & Deubel, H. (2011). Efficient grasping requires attentional resources. Vision Research, 51(11), 1223-1231.
  • Hesse, C. & Deubel, H. (2010). Effects of altered transport paths and intermediate movement goals on human grasp kinematics. Experimental Brain Research, 201(1), 93-109.
  • Hesse, C., Nakagawa, T. T. &  Deubel, H. (2010). Bimanual movement control is moderated by fixation strategies. Experimental Brain Research, 202(4), 837-850.
  • Hesse, C. & Deubel, H. (2010). Advance planning in sequential pick-and-place tasks. Journal of Neurophysiology, 104(1), 508-516.
  • Hesse, C. & Franz, V. H. (2010). Grasping remembered objects: Exponential decay of visual memory. Vision Research, 50(24), 2642-2650.


  • Hesse, C. & Deubel, H. (2009). Changes in grasping kinematics due to different startpostures of the hand. Human Movement Science, 28(4), 415-436.
  • Hesse, C. & Franz, V. H. (2009). Memory mechanisms in grasping. Neuropsychologia, 47( 6), 1532-1545.
  • Franz, V. H., Hesse, C. & Kollath, S. (2009). Visual illusions, delayed grasping, and memory: No shift from dorsal to ventral control. Neuropsychologia, 47(6), 1518-1531.
  • Hesse, C. & Franz, V. H. (2009). Corrective processes in grasping after perturbations of object size. Journal of Motor Behavior, 41(3), 253-273.
  • Hesse, C., deGrave, D. D. J., Franz, V. H., Brenner, E. & Smeets, J. B. J. (2008). Planning movements well in advance. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 25(7-8), 985-995.
  • de Grave, D. D. J., Hesse, C., Brouwer, A. M. & Franz, V. H. (2008). Fixation locations when grasping partly occluded objects. Journal of Vision, 8(7), 1-11.