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Carina Kreitz
Carina Kreitz
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Inattentional blindness and individual differences in cognitive abilities
C Kreitz, P Furley, D Memmert, DJ Simons
PLOS one 10 (8), e0134675, 2015
852015
Some see it, some don’t: Exploring the relation between inattentional blindness and personality factors
C Kreitz, R Schnuerch, H Gibbons, D Memmert
PloS one 10 (5), e0128158, 2015
482015
The influence of attention set, working memory capacity, and expectations on inattentional blindness
C Kreitz, P Furley, D Memmert, DJ Simons
Perception 45 (4), 386-399, 2016
412016
Working-memory performance is related to spatial breadth of attention
C Kreitz, P Furley, D Memmert, DJ Simons
Psychological Research 79, 1034-1041, 2015
412015
Not quite so blind: Semantic processing despite inattentional blindness.
R Schnuerch, C Kreitz, H Gibbons, D Memmert
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (4), 459, 2016
372016
Does working memory capacity predict cross-modally induced failures of awareness?
C Kreitz, P Furley, DJ Simons, D Memmert
Consciousness and Cognition 39, 18-27, 2016
332016
Inattentional blindness is influenced by exposure time not motion speed
C Kreitz, P Furley, D Memmert
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (3), 495-505, 2016
262016
Does semantic preactivation reduce inattentional blindness?
C Kreitz, R Schnuerch, PA Furley, H Gibbons, D Memmert
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77, 759-767, 2015
242015
Loads of unconscious processing: The role of perceptual load in processing unattended stimuli during inattentional blindness
G Pugnaghi, D Memmert, C Kreitz
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82 (5), 2641-2651, 2020
172020
A systematic overview of methods, their limitations, and their opportunities to investigate inattentional blindness
D Redlich, D Memmert, C Kreitz
Applied cognitive psychology 35 (1), 136-147, 2021
132021
Guessing right: Preconscious processing in inattentional blindness
C Kreitz, G Pugnaghi, D Memmert
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 73 (7), 1055-1065, 2020
102020
Distance is relative: Inattentional blindness critically depends on the breadth of the attentional focus
C Kreitz, S Hüttermann, D Memmert
Consciousness and cognition 78, 102878, 2020
92020
Dollars do not determine detection: Monetary value associated with unexpected objects does not affect the likelihood of inattentional blindness
D Redlich, R Schnuerch, D Memmert, C Kreitz
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 72 (9), 2141-2154, 2019
82019
What’s past is past: Neither perceptual preactivation nor prior motivational relevance decrease subsequent inattentional blindness
C Kreitz, R Schnuerch, PA Furley, D Memmert
Consciousness and cognition 59, 1-9, 2018
82018
Examining effects of preconscious mere exposure: An inattentional blindness approach
G Pugnaghi, D Memmert, C Kreitz
Consciousness and Cognition 75, 102825, 2019
72019
Wahrnehmung und Aufmerksamkeit im Sport
D Memmert, S Klatt, C Kreitz
Sportpsychologie: Grundlagen und Anwendung, 15-42, 2020
52020
The change-deafness phenomenon in harmonic chords
R Schnuerch, C Kreitz, M Heil, K Lange
Swiss Journal of Psychology, 2014
52014
Independent effects of temporal expectation and stimulus intensity in audition
R Schnuerch, C Kreitz, K Lange
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75, 1520-1532, 2013
52013
Does hunger promote the detection of foods? The effect of value on inattentional blindness
D Redlich, D Memmert, C Kreitz
Psychological Research, 1-12, 2022
32022
Clarifying the effect of facial emotional expression on inattentional blindness
D Redlich, D Memmert, C Kreitz
Consciousness and Cognition 87, 103050, 2021
22021
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