Louisa Kulke
Louisa Kulke
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How robust are anticipatory looking measures of Theory of Mind? Replication attempts across the life span
L Kulke, M Reiß, H Krist, H Rakoczy
Cognitive Development 46, 97-111, 2018
Is implicit theory of mind a real and robust phenomenon? Results from a systematic replication study
L Kulke, B von Duhn, D Schneider, H Rakoczy
Psychological Science 29 (6), 888-900, 2018
Implicit Theory of Mind–An overview of current replications and non-replications
L Kulke, H Rakoczy
Data in brief 16, 101-104, 2018
Do infants understand false beliefs? We don’t know yet–A commentary on Baillargeon, Buttelmann and Southgate’s commentary
D Poulin-Dubois, H Rakoczy, K Burnside, C Crivello, S Dörrenberg, ...
Cognitive Development 48, 302-315, 2018
Neural differences between covert and overt attention studied using EEG with simultaneous remote eye tracking
LV Kulke, J Atkinson, O Braddick
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 592, 2016
Automatic detection of attention shifts in infancy: Eye tracking in the fixation shift paradigm
L Kulke, J Atkinson, O Braddick
PloS one 10 (12), e0142505, 2015
Implicit reward associations impact face processing: Time-resolved evidence from event-related brain potentials and pupil dilations
W Hammerschmidt, I Kagan, L Kulke, A Schacht
NeuroImage 179, 557-569, 2018
Neural mechanisms of attention become more specialised during infancy: Insights from combined eye tracking and EEG
L Kulke, J Atkinson, O Braddick
Developmental psychobiology 59 (2), 250-260, 2017
A comparison of the Affectiva iMotions Facial Expression Analysis Software with EMG for identifying facial expressions of emotion
L Kulke, D Feyerabend, A Schacht
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 329, 2020
Kuba: auf tour
E Kulke
Springer, 2011
Why can some implicit Theory of Mind tasks be replicated and others cannot? A test of mentalizing versus submentalizing accounts
L Kulke, J Johannsen, H Rakoczy
PloS one 14 (3), e0213772, 2019
Implicit Theory of Mind across the life span–Anticipatory looking data
L Kulke, M Reiß, H Krist, H Rakoczy
Data in brief 15, 712-719, 2017
Differential effects of learned associations with words and pseudowords on event-related brain potentials
L Kulke, M Bayer, AM Grimm, A Schacht
Neuropsychologia 124, 182-191, 2019
Neural mechanisms of overt attention shifts to emotional faces
L Kulke
Neuroscience 418, 59-68, 2019
Money or smiles: Independent ERP effects of associated monetary reward and happy faces
W Hammerschmidt, L Kulke, C Broering, A Schacht
PloS one 13 (10), e0206142, 2018
Cortical mechanisms of visual attention in typically developing infants and adults
LV Kulke
UCL (University College London), 2015
Combining event-related potentials and eye-tracking to assess the effect of attention on cortical responses
L Kulke, J Wattam-Bell
Perception ECVP abstract 42, 219-219, 2013
The effect of stimulus size and eccentricity on attention shift latencies
L Kulke
Vision 1 (4), 25, 2017
Letting go: How the disappearance of a fixation target prompts the brain to shift attention
L Kulke, J Atkinson, O Braddick
Journal of vision 15 (12), 737-737, 2015
Development of neural mechanisms for spatial attention
LV Kulke, J Wattam-Bell, J Atkinson, O Braddick
Perception ECVP abstract 43, 63-63, 2014
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