Friederike Schlaghecken
Friederike Schlaghecken
Department of Psychology, Warwick
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Effects of masked stimuli on motor activation: behavioral and electrophysiological evidence.
M Eimer, F Schlaghecken
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 24 (6 …, 1998
6561998
Response facilitation and inhibition in subliminal priming
M Eimer, F Schlaghecken
Biological psychology 64 (1-2), 7-26, 2003
3372003
Links between conscious awareness and response inhibition: Evidence from masked priming
M Eimer, F Schlaghecken
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (3), 514-520, 2002
2212002
Inhibition of subliminally primed responses is mediated by the caudate and thalamus: evidence from functional MRI and Huntington’s disease
AR Aron, F Schlaghecken, PC Fletcher, ET Bullmore, M Eimer, R Barker, ...
Brain 126 (3), 713-723, 2003
1902003
Masked prime stimuli can bias “free” choices between response alternatives
F Schlaghecken, M Eimer
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11 (3), 463-468, 2004
1692004
Explicit and implicit learning of event sequences: evidence from event-related brain potentials.
M Eimer, T Goschke, F Schlaghecken, B Stürmer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 22 (4), 970, 1996
1661996
Motor activation with and without inhibition: Evidence for a threshold mechanism in motor control
F Schlaghecken, M Eimer
Perception & psychophysics 64 (1), 148-162, 2002
1632002
Active masks and active inhibition: A comment on Lleras and Enns (2004) and on Verleger, Jaśkowski, Aydemir, van der Lubbe, and Groen (2004).
F Schlaghecken, M Eimer
American Psychological Association 135 (3), 484, 2006
1332006
A central-peripheral asymmetry in masked priming
F Schlaghecken, M Eimer
Perception & Psychophysics 62 (7), 1367-1382, 2000
1302000
Channel selection and classification of electroencephalogram signals: an artificial neural network and genetic algorithm-based approach
J Yang, H Singh, EL Hines, F Schlaghecken, DD Iliescu, MS Leeson, ...
Artificial intelligence in medicine 55 (2), 117-126, 2012
1142012
Sub-processes of working memory in the N-back task: an investigation using ERPs
YN Chen, S Mitra, F Schlaghecken
Clinical Neurophysiology 119 (7), 1546-1559, 2008
1122008
Dissociating local and global levels of perceptuo-motor control in masked priming.
F Schlaghecken, H Bowman, M Eimer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (3), 618, 2006
952006
Locus of inhibition in the masked priming of response alternatives
M Eimer, A Schubö, F Schlaghecken
Journal of Motor Behavior 34 (1), 3-10, 2002
672002
Slow frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation affects reaction times, but not priming effects, in a masked prime task
F Schlaghecken, A Münchau, BR Bloem, J Rothwell, M Eimer
Clinical Neurophysiology 114 (7), 1272-1277, 2003
652003
Chunking processes in the learning of event sequences: Electrophysiological indicators
F Schlaghecken, B StÜrmer, M Eimer
Memory & Cognition 28 (5), 821-831, 2000
592000
A neural network model of inhibitory processes in subliminal priming
H Bowman, F Schlaghecken, M Eimer
Visual Cognition 13 (4), 401-480, 2006
572006
The influence of subliminally presented primes on response preparation
F Schlaghecken, M Eimer
Sprache und Kognition 16, 166-175, 1997
571997
Response facilitation and inhibition in manual, vocal, and oculomotor performance: Evidence for a modality-unspecific mechanism
M Eimer, F Schlaghecken
Journal of Motor Behavior 33 (1), 16-26, 2001
562001
The negative compatibility effect: A case for self-inhibition
F Schlaghecken, L Rowley, S Sembi, R Simmons, D Whitcomb
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 3 (1-2), 227, 2007
542007
Context, not conflict, drives cognitive control.
F Schlaghecken, P Martini
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (2), 272, 2012
502012
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