Andrea Schankin
Andrea Schankin
Professor of Business Psychology, FOM University of Applied Sciences
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Beyond IQ: A latent state-trait analysis of general intelligence, dynamic decision making, and implicit learning
D Danner, D Hagemann, A Schankin, M Hager, J Funke
Intelligence 39 (5), 323-334, 2011
Assessing aesthetic appreciation of visual artworks—The construction of the Art Reception Survey (ARS).
M Hager, D Hagemann, D Danner, A Schankin
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 6 (4), 320, 2012
Decomposing the relationship between mental speed and mental abilities
AL Schubert, D Hagemann, A Voss, A Schankin, K Bergmann
Intelligence 51, 28-46, 2015
Cognitive processes facilitated by contextual cueing: Evidence from event‐related brain potentials
A Schankin, A Schubö
Psychophysiology 46 (3), 668-679, 2009
Measuring performance in dynamic decision making
D Danner, D Hagemann, DV Holt, M Hager, A Schankin, S Wüstenberg, ...
Journal of individual differences, 2011
Localization of temporal preparation effects via trisected reaction time
SA Hackley, A Schankin, A Wohlschlaeger, E Wascher
Psychophysiology 44 (2), 334-338, 2007
Descriptive compound identifier names improve source code comprehension
A Schankin, A Berger, DV Holt, JC Hofmeister, T Riedel, M Beigl
Proceedings of the 26th Conference on Program Comprehension, 31-40, 2018
Participatory sensing or participatory nonsense? Mitigating the effect of human error on data quality in citizen science
M Budde, A Schankin, J Hoffmann, M Danz, T Riedel, M Beigl
Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous …, 2017
Contextual cueing effects despite spatially cued target locations
A Schankin, A Schubö
Psychophysiology 47 (4), 717-727, 2010
Positive evidence for Eysenck’s arousal hypothesis: A combined EEG and MRI study with multiple measurement occasions
D Hagemann, J Hewig, C Walter, A Schankin, D Danner, E Naumann
Personality and Individual Differences 47 (7), 717-721, 2009
Electrophysiological correlates of stimulus processing in change blindness
A Schankin, E Wascher
Experimental brain research 183, 95-105, 2007
Preliminary investigations about interruptibility of smartphone users at specific place types
A Exler, M Braith, A Schankin, M Beigl
Proceedings of the 2016 ACM international joint conference on pervasive and …, 2016
A wearable system for mood assessment considering smartphone features and data from mobile ECGs
A Exler, A Schankin, C Klebsattel, M Beigl
Proceedings of the 2016 ACM international joint conference on pervasive and …, 2016
Is contextual cueing more than the guidance of visual–spatial attention?
A Schankin, D Hagemann, A Schubö
Biological Psychology 87 (1), 58-65, 2011
Leveraging smartwatches for unobtrusive mobile ambulatory mood assessment
A Bachmann, C Klebsattel, A Schankin, T Riedel, M Beigl, M Reichert, ...
Adjunct Proceedings of the 2015 ACM International Joint Conference on …, 2015
Measuring performance in a complex problem solving task: Reliability and validity of the Tailorshop simulation
D Danner, D Hagemann, DV Holt, M Hager, A Schankin, S Wüstenberg, ...
Journal of Individual Differences 32, 225-233, 2011
Unvoluntary attentional capture in change blindness
A Schankin, E Wascher
Psychophysiology 45 (5), 742-750, 2008
Programming experience might not help in comprehending obfuscated source code efficiently
N Hänsch, A Schankin, M Protsenko, F Freiling, Z Benenson
Fourteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2018), 341-356, 2018
Psychometric properties of the user experience questionnaire (UEQ)
A Schankin, M Budde, T Riedel, M Beigl
Proceedings of the 2022 Chi conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2022
Smartphone-based estimation of a user being in company or alone based on place, time, and activity
A Exler, M Braith, K Mincheva, A Schankin, M Beigl
International Conference on Mobile Computing, Applications, and Services, 74-89, 2018
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