Michaela Rohr
Michaela Rohr
PhD in Psychology, Saarland University
Verified email at mx.uni-saarland.de - Homepage
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Masked emotional priming beyond global valence activations
M Rohr, J Degner, D Wentura
Cognition & Emotion 26 (2), 224-244, 2012
The “emotion misattribution” procedure: Processing beyond good and bad under masked and unmasked presentation conditions
M Rohr, J Degner, D Wentura
Cognition and Emotion 29 (2), 196-219, 2015
The color red supports avoidance reactions to unhealthy food
M Rohr, F Kamm, J Koenigstorfer, A Groeppel-Klein, D Wentura
Experimental Psychology, 2015
Positive feeling, negative meaning: Visualizing the mental representations of in-group and out-group smiles
A Paulus, M Rohr, R Dotsch, D Wentura
PloS one 11 (3), e0151230, 2016
Spatial frequency filtered images reveal differences between masked and unmasked processing of emotional information
M Rohr, D Wentura
Consciousness and cognition 29, 141-158, 2014
Masked emotional priming: A double dissociation between direct and indirect effects reveals non-conscious processing of emotional information beyond valence
D Wentura, M Rohr, J Degner
Consciousness and Cognition 49, 203-214, 2017
The traffic light colors red and green in the context of healthy food decision-making
J Koenigstorfer, A Groeppel-Klein, F Kamm, M Rohr, D Wentura
ACR North American Advances, 2012
Emotion-specific priming effects with marginally perceptible facial expression primes: Evidence from the “leave-one-out” paradigm.
D Wentura, M Rohr
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 44 (12 …, 2018
Emotional misattribution: Facial muscle responses partially mediate behavioral responses in the emotion misattribution procedure
M Rohr, T Folyi, D Wentura
Psychophysiology 55 (10), e13202, 2018
Validation data of the Saarbrücken emotion database
A Paulus, M Rohr, M Neuschwander, M Seewald, D Wentura
Unpublished data). Saarland University, Germany, 2012
Recognition memory for low-and high-frequency-filtered emotional faces: Low spatial frequencies drive emotional memory enhancement, whereas high spatial frequencies drive the …
M Rohr, J Tröger, N Michely, A Uhde, D Wentura
Memory & Cognition 45 (5), 699-715, 2017
When emotions guide your attention in line with a context-specific goal: Rapid utilization of visible and masked emotional faces for anticipatory attentional orienting.
T Folyi, M Rohr, D Wentura
Emotion, 2019
How Monitor Characteristics Affect Human Perception in Visual Computer Experiments: CRT vs. LCD Monitors in Millisecond Precise Timing Research
M Rohr, A Wagner
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
The PC-AMP: Adding Performance-Control Trials to the Affect Misattribution Procedure as a Potential Way to Minimize Unwanted Processing Strategies
D Wentura, M Rohr
Social Cognition 37 (5), 443-467, 2019
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