Jan Rummel
Jan Rummel
Verified email at psychologie.uni-heidelberg.de
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Controlling the stream of thought: Working memory capacity predicts adjustment of mind-wandering to situational demands
J Rummel, CD Boywitt
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (5), 1309-1315, 2014
1452014
Behavioral and emotional consequences of brief delays in human–computer interaction
AJ Szameitat, J Rummel, DP Szameitat, A Sterr
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 67 (7), 561-570, 2009
892009
A diffusion model analysis of task interference effects in prospective memory
CD Boywitt, J Rummel
Memory & Cognition 40 (1), 70-82, 2012
782012
The role of metacognition in prospective memory: Anticipated task demands influence attention allocation strategies
J Rummel, T Meiser
Consciousness and cognition 22 (3), 931-943, 2013
662013
Implementation-intention encoding in a prospective memory task enhances spontaneous retrieval of intentions
J Rummel, GO Einstein, H Rampey
Memory 20 (8), 803-817, 2012
612012
I want to keep on exercising but I don’t: The negative impact of momentary lacks of self-control on exercise adherence
C Englert, J Rummel
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 26, 24-31, 2016
432016
Dealing with prospective memory demands while performing an ongoing task: Shared processing, increased on-task focus, or both?
J Rummel, BA Smeekens, MJ Kane
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (7), 1047, 2017
422017
Context-specific prospective-memory processing: Evidence for flexible attention allocation adjustments after intention encoding
BG Kuhlmann, J Rummel
Memory & Cognition 42 (6), 943-949, 2014
412014
Performance predictions affect attentional processes of event-based prospective memory
J Rummel, BG Kuhlmann, DR Touron
Consciousness and cognition 22 (3), 729-741, 2013
412013
Working memory load eliminates the survival processing effect
M Kroneisen, J Rummel, E Erdfelder
Memory 22 (1), 92-102, 2014
342014
Do your eyes give you away? A validation study of eye-movement measures used as indicators for mindless reading
L Steindorf, J Rummel
Behavior research methods 52 (1), 162-176, 2020
302020
Affective state and event-based prospective memory
J Rummel, J Hepp, SA Klein, N Silberleitner
Cognition & Emotion 26 (2), 351-361, 2012
302012
Inter‐trial alpha power indicates mind wandering
S Arnau, C Löffler, J Rummel, D Hagemann, E Wascher, AL Schubert
Psychophysiology 57 (6), e13581, 2020
222020
Effects of coping-related traits and psychophysiological stress responses on police recruits’ shooting behavior in reality-based scenarios
L Giessing, MO Frenkel, C Zinner, J Rummel, A Nieuwenhuys, C Kasperk, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1523, 2019
222019
Investigating storage and retrieval processes of directed forgetting: A model-based approach.
J Rummel, I Marevic, BG Kuhlmann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (10 …, 2016
222016
False prospective memory responses as indications of automatic processes in the initiation of delayed intentions
T Meiser, J Rummel
Consciousness and cognition 21 (3), 1509-1516, 2012
222012
The validity of the online thought-probing procedure of mind wandering is not threatened by variations of probe rate and probe framing
AL Schubert, GT Frischkorn, J Rummel
Psychological Research 84 (7), 1846-1856, 2020
212020
Commission errors of active intentions: The roles of aging, cognitive load, and practice
CD Boywitt, J Rummel, T Meiser
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 22 (5), 560-576, 2015
212015
Toward an understanding of motivational influences on prospective memory using value-added intentions
GI Cook, J Rummel, S Dummel
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 278, 2015
212015
Assessing the validity of multinomial models using extraneous variables: An application to prospective memory
J Rummel, CD Boywitt, T Meiser
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (11), 2194-2210, 2011
202011
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