Florian Schmitz
Florian Schmitz
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TitleCited byYear
Behavioral components of impulsivity.
C Stahl, A Voss, F Schmitz, M Nuszbaum, O Tüscher, K Lieb, KC Klauer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (2), 850, 2014
1822014
Process components of the Implicit Association Test: A diffusion-model analysis.
KC Klauer, A Voss, F Schmitz, S Teige-Mocigemba
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 93 (3), 353, 2007
1652007
Understanding the role of executive control in the Implicit Association Test: Why flexible people have small IAT effects
KC Klauer, F Schmitz, S Teige-Mocigemba, A Voss
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (3), 595-619, 2010
992010
General and food‐specific inhibitory deficits in binge eating disorder
J Svaldi, E Naumann, M Trentowska, F Schmitz
International Journal of Eating Disorders 47 (5), 534-542, 2014
822014
Decomposing task-switching costs with the diffusion model.
F Schmitz, A Voss
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (1), 222, 2012
682012
Attentional bias for food cues in binge eating disorder
F Schmitz, E Naumann, M Trentowska, J Svaldi
Appetite 80, 70-80, 2014
472014
Age‐related increases in stroop interference: delineation of general slowing based on behavioral and white matter analyses
D Wolf, L Zschutschke, A Scheurich, F Schmitz, K Lieb, O Tüscher, ...
Human brain mapping 35 (5), 2448-2458, 2014
322014
Components of task switching: A closer look at task switching and cue switching
F Schmitz, A Voss
Acta psychologica 151, 184-196, 2014
272014
Utility of the PHQ-9 to identify major depressive disorder in adult patients in Spanish primary care centres
R Muñoz-Navarro, A Cano-Vindel, LA Medrano, F Schmitz, ...
BMC psychiatry 17 (1), 291, 2017
252017
Development and validation of two instruments measuring intrinsic, extraneous, and germane cognitive load
M Klepsch, F Schmitz, T Seufert
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1997, 2017
252017
Cognitive interference and a food-related memory bias in binge eating disorder
J Svaldi, F Schmitz, M Trentowska, B Tuschen-Caffier, M Berking, ...
Appetite 72, 28-36, 2014
242014
Implicit gender stereotypes and essentialist beliefs predict preservice teachers’ tracking recommendations
M Nürnberger, J Nerb, F Schmitz, J Keller, S Sütterlin
The Journal of Experimental Education 84 (1), 152-174, 2016
182016
Impaired early-response inhibition in overweight females with and without binge eating disorder
J Svaldi, E Naumann, S Biehl, F Schmitz
PloS one 10 (7), e0133534, 2015
152015
When scoring algorithms matter: Effects of working memory load on different IAT scores
F Schmitz, S Teige‐Mocigemba, A Voss, KC Klauer
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (1), 103-121, 2013
152013
Brief report: stereotypes in autism revisited
JC Kirchner, F Schmitz, I Dziobek
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 42 (10), 2246-2251, 2012
152012
Emotional intelligence and acculturation
PG Schmitz, F Schmitz
Behavioral Psychology 20 (1), 15-41, 2012
142012
Modeling mental speed: Decomposing response time distributions in elementary cognitive tasks and correlations with working memory capacity and fluid intelligence
F Schmitz, O Wilhelm
Journal of Intelligence 4 (4), 13, 2016
132016
Gating of attention towards food stimuli in binge eating disorder
F Schmitz, E Naumann, S Biehl, J Svaldi
Appetite 95, 368-374, 2015
112015
Effects of bias modification training in binge eating disorder
F Schmitz, J Svaldi
Behavior therapy 48 (5), 707-717, 2017
102017
Factor structure and measurement invariance across various demographic groups and over time for the PHQ-9 in primary care patients in Spain
C González-Blanch, LA Medrano, R Muñoz-Navarro, P Ruíz-Rodríguez, ...
PloS one 13 (2), e0193356, 2018
92018
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