Julia Karbach
Julia Karbach
University of Kaiserslautern-Landau
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How useful is executive control training? Age differences in near and far transfer of task‐switching training
J Karbach, J Kray
Developmental Science 12 (6), 978-990, 2009
Making working memory work: A meta-analysis of executive control and working memory training in older adults
J Karbach, P Verhaeghen
Psychological Science, 2014
Working memory and executive functions: effects of training on academic achievement
C Titz, J Karbach
Psychological research 78, 852-868, 2014
Parental involvement and general cognitive ability as predictors of domain-specific academic achievement in early adolescence
J Karbach, J Gottschling, M Spengler, K Hegewald, FM Spinath
Learning and Instruction 23, 43-51, 2013
Executive control training from middle childhood to adolescence
J Karbach, K Unger
Frontiers in psychology 5, 390, 2014
Development and plasticity of cognitive flexibility in early and middle childhood
F Buttelmann, J Karbach
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1040, 2017
Adaptive working-memory training benefits reading, but not mathematics in middle childhood
J Karbach, T Strobach, T Schubert
Child Neuropsychology 21 (3), 285-301, 2015
Verbal self‐instructions in task switching: a compensatory tool for action‐control deficits in childhood and old age?
J Kray, J Eber, J Karbach
Developmental science 11 (2), 223-236, 2008
University students' satisfaction with their academic studies: Personality and motivation matter
FS Wach, J Karbach, S Ruffing, R Brünken, FM Spinath
Frontiers in psychology 7, 55, 2016
Cognitive training: An overview of features and applications
T Strobach
Springer Nature, 2020
Cognitive Training - an Overview of Features and Applications
T Strobach, J Karbach
Springer, 2016
Burnout risk among first-year teacher students: The roles of personality and motivation
C Reichl, FS Wach, FM Spinath, R Brünken, J Karbach
Journal of Vocational Behavior 85 (1), 85-92, 2014
Can task-switching training enhance executive control functioning in children with attention deficit/-hyperactivity disorder?
J Kray, J Karbach, S Haenig, C Freitag
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5, 2012
Cognitive function in patients with decompensated heart failure: the Cognitive Impairment in Heart Failure (CogImpair-HF) study
I Kindermann, D Fischer, J Karbach, A Link, K Walenta, C Barth, C Ukena, ...
European Journal of Heart Failure 14 (4), 404-413, 2012
Training-induced cognitive and neural plasticity
J Karbach, T Schubert
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 48, 2013
Practice-related optimization and transfer of executive functions: a general review and a specific realization of their mechanisms in dual tasks
T Strobach, T Salminen, J Karbach, T Schubert
Psychological research 78, 836-851, 2014
Learning strategies and general cognitive ability as predictors of gender-specific academic achievement
S Ruffing, FS Wach, FM Spinath, R Brünken, J Karbach
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1238, 2015
Preservice teachers’ implicit attitudes toward racial minority students: Evidence from three implicit measures
S Glock, J Karbach
Studies In Educational Evaluation 45, 55-61, 2015
Developmental changes in switching between mental task sets: The influence of verbal labeling in childhood
J Karbach, J Kray
Journal of Cognition and Development 8 (2), 205-236, 2007
The unique contribution of working memory, inhibition, cognitive flexibility, and intelligence to reading comprehension and reading speed
V Johann, T Könen, J Karbach
Child Neuropsychology 26 (3), 324-344, 2020
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