Daniel Schneider
Daniel Schneider
Research Group Leader, Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors, Dortmund
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ifado.de
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Frontal theta activity reflects distinct aspects of mental fatigue
E Wascher, B Rasch, J Sänger, S Hoffmann, D Schneider, G Rinkenauer, ...
Biological psychology 96, 57-65, 2014
When compensation fails: attentional deficits in healthy ageing caused by visual distraction
E Wascher, D Schneider, S Hoffmann, C Beste, J Sänger
Neuropsychologia 50 (14), 3185-3192, 2012
Visual experience affects handedness
S Ocklenburg, C Bürger, C Westermann, D Schneider, H Biedermann, ...
Behavioural brain research 207 (2), 447-451, 2010
The time course of visuo-spatial working memory updating revealed by a retro-cuing paradigm
D Schneider, C Mertes, E Wascher
Scientific Reports 6, 2016
On the time course of bottom‐up and top‐down processes in selective visual attention: An EEG study
D Schneider, C Beste, E Wascher
Psychophysiology 49 (11), 1660-1671, 2012
Hemispheric asymmetries in EEG alpha oscillations indicate active inhibition during attentional orienting within working memory
D Schneider, A Göddertz, H Haase, C Hickey, E Wascher
Behavioural brain research 359, 38-46, 2019
Sex differences in left–right confusion depend on hemispheric asymmetry
M Hirnstein, S Ocklenburg, D Schneider, M Hausmann
Cortex 45 (7), 891-899, 2009
On the fate of non-cued mental representations in visuo-spatial working memory: Evidence by a retro-cuing paradigm
D Schneider, C Mertes, E Wascher
Behavioural brain research 293, 114-124, 2015
The functional BDNF Val66Met polymorphism affects functions of pre-attentive visual sensory memory processes
C Beste, D Schneider, JT Epplen, L Arning
Neuropharmacology 60 (2-3), 467-471, 2011
On the neural mechanisms underlying the protective function of retroactive cuing against perceptual interference: Evidence by event-related potentials of the EEG
D Schneider, A Barth, S Getzmann, E Wascher
Biological psychology 124, 47-56, 2017
On the contribution of motor planning to the retroactive cuing benefit in working memory: Evidence by mu and beta oscillatory activity in the EEG
D Schneider, A Barth, E Wascher
NeuroImage, 2017
The role of inhibition for working memory processes: ERP evidence from a short‐term storage task
S Getzmann, E Wascher, D Schneider
Psychophysiology 55 (5), e13026, 2018
The contribution of selective spatial attention to sound detection and sound localization: Evidence from event-related potentials and lateralized alpha oscillations
LI Klatt, S Getzmann, E Wascher, D Schneider
Biological Psychology 138, 133-145, 2018
Manipulating the focus of attention in working memory: Evidence for a protection of multiple items against perceptual interference
A Barth, D Schneider
Psychophysiology 55 (7), e13062, 2018
From capture to inhibition: How does irrelevant information influence visual search? Evidence from a spatial cuing paradigm
C Mertes, E Wascher, D Schneider
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10 (232), 2016
Sustained posterior contralateral activity indicates re-entrant target processing in visual change detection: an EEG study
D Schneider, S Hoffmann, E Wascher
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 247, 2014
Mechanisms of target localization in visual change detection: An interplay of gating and filtering
D Schneider, E Wascher
Behavioural brain research 256, 311-319, 2013
Attentional capture by irrelevant transients leads to perceptual errors in a competitive change detection task
D Schneider, C Beste, E Wascher
Frontiers in psychology 3, 164, 2012
The spatial orienting of the focus of attention in working memory makes use of inhibition: Evidence by hemispheric asymmetries in posterior alpha oscillations
M Rösner, S Arnau, I Skiba, E Wascher, D Schneider
Neuropsychologia 142, 107442, 2020
Searching for auditory targets in external space and in working memory: Electrophysiological mechanisms underlying perceptual and retroactive spatial attention
LI Klatt, S Getzmann, E Wascher, D Schneider
Behavioural brain research 353, 98-107, 2018
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