Sven Hoffmann
Sven Hoffmann
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The correction of eye blink artefacts in the EEG: a comparison of two prominent methods
S Hoffmann, M Falkenstein
PloS one 3 (8), e3004, 2008
Frontal theta activity reflects distinct aspects of mental fatigue
E Wascher, B Rasch, J Sänger, S Hoffmann, D Schneider, G Rinkenauer, ...
Biological psychology 96, 57-65, 2014
Independent component analysis of erroneous and correct responses suggests online response control
S Hoffmann, M Falkenstein
Human brain mapping 31 (9), 1305-1315, 2010
Visuo‐spatial processing and the N1 component of the ERP
E Wascher, S Hoffmann, J Sänger, M Grosjean
Psychophysiology 46 (6), 1270-1277, 2009
Towards the measurement of event-related EEG activity in real-life working environments
E Wascher, H Heppner, S Hoffmann
International Journal of Psychophysiology 91 (1), 3-9, 2014
When compensation fails: attentional deficits in healthy ageing caused by visual distraction
E Wascher, D Schneider, S Hoffmann, C Beste, J Sänger
Neuropsychologia 50 (14), 3185-3192, 2012
Predictive information processing in the brain: errors and response monitoring
S Hoffmann, M Falkenstein
International Journal of Psychophysiology 83 (2), 208-212, 2012
Aging and error processing: age related increase in the variability of the error-negativity is not accompanied by increase in response variability
S Hoffmann, M Falkenstein
PloS one 6 (2), e17482, 2011
Crosslinking EEG time–frequency decomposition and fMRI in error monitoring
S Hoffmann, F Labrenz, M Themann, E Wascher, C Beste
Brain Structure and Function 219 (2), 595-605, 2014
Performance psychology: Perception, action, cognition, and emotion
M Raab, B Lobinger, S Hoffmann, A Pizzera, S Laborde
Academic Press, 2015
A perspective on neural and cognitive mechanisms of error commission
S Hoffmann, C Beste
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 50, 2015
Personality and error monitoring: an update
S Hoffmann, E Wascher, M Falkenstein
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 171, 2012
Effects of binge drinking and hangover on response selection sub‐processes—a study using EEG and drift diffusion modeling
AK Stock, S Hoffmann, C Beste
Addiction biology 22 (5), 1355-1365, 2017
Sustained posterior contralateral activity indicates re-entrant target processing in visual change detection: an EEG study
D Schneider, S Hoffmann, E Wascher
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 247, 2014
Classifying response correctness across different task sets: a machine learning approach
T Plewan, E Wascher, M Falkenstein, S Hoffmann
PloS one 11 (3), e0152864, 2016
Does response selection contribute to inhibition of return?
E Wascher, D Schneider, S Hoffmann
Psychophysiology 52 (7), 942-950, 2015
The psychophysiology of action: A multidisciplinary endeavor for integrating action and cognition
S Hoffmann, U Borges, L Bröker, S Laborde, R Liepelt, BH Lobinger, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1423, 2018
Ereigniskorrelierte Potenziale: Ansatz, Parametrisierung und Analyseverfahren
PD Gajewski, N Wild-Wall, S Hoffmann, M Falkenstein
e-Neuroforum 15 (4), 124-129, 2009
Keeping the pace: the effect of slow-paced breathing on error monitoring
S Hoffmann, LT Jendreizik, U Ettinger, S Laborde
International Journal of Psychophysiology 146, 217-224, 2019
Spatial cueing modulates the monitoring of correct responses
S Hoffmann, E Wascher
Neuroscience letters 506 (2), 225-228, 2012
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