Stefan Huber
Stefan Huber
Data Scientist, Groz-Beckert KG
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei iwm-tuebingen.de
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Embodied numerosity: implicit hand-based representations influence symbolic number processing across cultures
F Domahs, K Moeller, S Huber, K Willmes, HC Nuerk
Cognition 116 (2), 251-266, 2010
2232010
Walk the number line–An embodied training of numerical concepts
T Link, K Moeller, S Huber, U Fischer, HC Nuerk
Trends in Neuroscience and Education 2 (2), 74-84, 2013
1362013
Learning and development of embodied numerosity
K Moeller, U Fischer, T Link, M Wasner, S Huber, U Cress, HC Nuerk
Cognitive Processing 13 (1), 271-274, 2012
1002012
Methodological aspects to be considered when measuring the approximate number system (ANS)–a research review
JF Dietrich, S Huber, HC Nuerk
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 295, 2015
642015
Combining brain stimulation and video game to promote long-term transfer of learning and cognitive enhancement
CY Looi, M Duta, AK Brem, S Huber, HC Nuerk, RC Kadosh
Scientific reports 6, 22003, 2016
632016
Unbounding the mental number line—New evidence on children's spatial representation of numbers
T Link, S Huber, HC Nuerk, K Moeller
Frontiers in psychology 4, 1021, 2014
602014
Two-digit number processing: holistic, decomposed or hybrid? A computational modelling approach
K Moeller, S Huber, HC Nuerk, K Willmes
Psychological Research 75 (4), 290-306, 2011
452011
Adaptive processing of fractions—Evidence from eye-tracking
S Huber, K Moeller, HC Nuerk
Acta Psychologica 148, 37-48, 2014
442014
Operational momentum affects eye fixation behaviour
E Klein, S Huber, HC Nuerk, K Moeller
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1-12, 2014
392014
Spatial–numerical and ordinal positional associations coexist in parallel
S Huber, E Klein, K Moeller, K Willmes
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 438, 2016
372016
Insights into numerical cognition: Considering eye-fixations in number processing and arithmetic
J Mock, S Huber, E Klein, K Moeller
Psychological Research 80 (3), 334-359, 2016
352016
Bilateral bi-cephalic tdcs with two active electrodes of the same polarity modulates bilateral cognitive processes differentially
E Klein, A Mann, S Huber, J Bloechle, K Willmes, AA Karim, HC Nuerk, ...
PloS ONE 8 (8), e71607, 2013
352013
Embodied markedness of parity? Examining handedness effects on parity judgments
S Huber, E Klein, M Graf, HC Nuerk, K Moeller, K Willmes
Psychological research 79 (6), 963-977, 2015
322015
The influence of math anxiety on symbolic and non-symbolic magnitude processing
JF Dietrich, S Huber, K Moeller, E Klein
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1621, 2015
312015
An integration of competing accounts on children’s number line estimation
T Dackermann, S Huber, J Bahnmueller, HC Nuerk, K Moeller
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 884, 2015
312015
Dissociating number line estimations from underlying numerical representations
S Huber, K Moeller, HC Nuerk
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (5), 991-1003, 2014
302014
Fact learning in complex arithmetic—the role of the angular gyrus revisited
J Bloechle, S Huber, J Bahnmueller, J Rennig, K Willmes, S Cavdaroglu, ...
Human Brain Mapping 37 (9), 3061-3079, 2016
292016
Decimal fraction representations are not distinct from natural number representations–evidence from a combined eye-tracking and computational modeling approach
S Huber, E Klein, K Willmes, HC Nuerk, K Moeller
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 172, 2014
292014
Cognitive control in number magnitude processing: evidence from eye-tracking
S Huber, A Mann, HC Nuerk, K Möller
Psychological Research, 539–548, 2013
292013
Strategies in unbounded number line estimation? Evidence from eye-tracking
RM Reinert, S Huber, HC Nuerk, K Moeller
Cognitive Processing 16 (1), 359-363, 2015
202015
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