Heinrich R. Liesefeld
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Combining speed and accuracy to control for speed-accuracy trade-offs (?)
HR Liesefeld, M Janczyk
Behavior Research Methods 51 (1), 40-60, 2019
Serial vs. parallel models of attention in visual search: accounting for benchmark RT-distributions
R Moran, M Zehetleitner, HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller, M Usher
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (5), 1300-1315, 2016
Search efficiency as a function of target saliency: The transition from inefficient to efficient search and beyond.
HR Liesefeld, R Moran, M Usher, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (6), 821, 2016
Attentional capture in visual search: Capture and post-capture dynamics revealed by EEG
HR Liesefeld, AM Liesefeld, T Töllner, HJ Müller
NeuroImage 156, 166-173, 2017
Intercommunication between prefrontal and posterior brain regions for protecting visual working memory from distractor interference
AM Liesefeld, HR Liesefeld, HD Zimmer
Psychological Science 25 (2), 325-333, 2014
Region-based shielding of visual search from salient distractors: Target detection is impaired with same-but not different-dimension distractors
M Sauter, HR Liesefeld, M Zehetleitner, HJ Müller
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80 (3), 622-642, 2018
Distractor handling via dimension weighting
HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller
Current Opinion in Psychology 29, 160-167, 2019
Fast and careless or careful and slow? Apparent holistic processing in mental rotation is explained by speed-accuracy trade-offs.
HR Liesefeld, X Fu, HD Zimmer
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 41 (4), 1140, 2015
Learning to suppress salient distractors in the target dimension: Region-based inhibition is persistent and transfers to distractors in a nontarget dimension.
M Sauter, HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (11 …, 2019
Estimating the timing of cognitive operations with MEG/EEG latency measures: a primer, a brief tutorial, and an implementation of various methods
HR Liesefeld
Frontiers in neuroscience, 765, 2018
Think spatial: The representation in mental rotation is nonvisual.
HR Liesefeld, HD Zimmer
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 39 (1), 167, 2013
Probability cueing of singleton-distractor locations in visual search: Priority-map-versus dimension-based inhibition?
B Zhang, F Allenmark, HR Liesefeld, Z Shi, HJ Müller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 45 (9 …, 2019
A theoretical attempt to revive the serial/parallel-search dichotomy
HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82 (1), 228-245, 2020
# EEGManyLabs: Investigating the replicability of influential EEG experiments
YG Pavlov, N Adamian, S Appelhoff, M Arvaneh, CSY Benwell, C Beste, ...
cortex 144, 213-229, 2021
Biasing allocations of attention via selective weighting of saliency signals: Behavioral and neuroimaging evidence for the dimension-weighting account
HR Liesefeld, AM Liesefeld, S Pollmann, HJ Müller
Processes of visuospatial attention and working memory, 87-113, 2018
The advantage of mentally rotating clockwise
HR Liesefeld, HD Zimmer
Brain and cognition 75 (2), 101-110, 2011
Modulations of saliency signals at two hierarchical levels of priority computation revealed by spatial statistical distractor learning.
HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 150 (4), 710, 2021
Positionspapier zur Lage der Allgemeinen Psychologie
C Bermeitinger, B Kaup, A Kiesel, I Koch, W Kunde, J Müsseler, ...
Psychologische Rundschau, 2016
Probability cueing of singleton-distractor regions in visual search: The locus of spatial distractor suppression is determined by colour swapping
F Allenmark, B Zhang, HR Liesefeld, Z Shi, HJ Müller
Visual Cognition 27 (5-8), 576-594, 2019
Attentional enhancement for positive and negative tones at an early stage of auditory processing
T Folyi, HR Liesefeld, D Wentura
Biological psychology 114, 23-32, 2016
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