Andrea  Hildebrandt
Andrea Hildebrandt
University of Oldenburg, Department of Psychology, Psychological Methods and Statistics
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What is working memory capacity, and how can we measure it?
O Wilhelm, A Hildebrandt, K Oberauer
Frontiers in psychology 4, 433, 2013
Complex span versus updating tasks of working memory: the gap is not that deep.
F Schmiedek, A Hildebrandt, M Lövdén, O Wilhelm, U Lindenberger
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (4), 1089, 2009
Facial EMG responses to emotional expressions are related to emotion perception ability
J Künecke, A Hildebrandt, G Recio, W Sommer, O Wilhelm
PloS one 9 (1), e84053, 2014
Exploiting the intra-subject latency variability from single-trial event-related potentials in the P3 time range: a review and comparative evaluation of methods
G Ouyang, A Hildebrandt, W Sommer, C Zhou
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 75, 1-21, 2017
Test battery for measuring the perception and recognition of facial expressions of emotion
O Wilhelm, A Hildebrandt, K Manske, A Schacht, W Sommer
Frontiers in psychology 5, 404, 2014
Perceiving and remembering emotional facial expressions—A basic facet of emotional intelligence
A Hildebrandt, W Sommer, A Schacht, O Wilhelm
Intelligence 50, 52-67, 2015
On the specificity of face cognition compared with general cognitive functioning across adult age.
A Hildebrandt, O Wilhelm, F Schmiedek, G Herzmann, W Sommer
Psychology and Aging 26 (3), 701, 2011
Exploring factor model parameters across continuous variables with local structural equation models
A Hildebrandt, O Lüdtke, A Robitzsch, C Sommer, O Wilhelm
Multivariate Behavioral Research 51 (2-3), 257-258, 2016
Personality and emotion.
R Reisenzein, A Hildebrandt, H Weber
Cambridge University Press, 2020
Decomposing alpha and 1/f brain activities reveals their differential associations with cognitive processing speed
G Ouyang, A Hildebrandt, F Schmitz, CS Herrmann
NeuroImage 205, 116304, 2020
Structural invariance and age-related performance differences in face cognition.
A Hildebrandt, W Sommer, G Herzmann, O Wilhelm
Psychology and aging 25 (4), 794, 2010
Complementary and competing factor analytic approaches for the investigation of measurement invariance
A Hildebrandt, O Wilhelm, A Robitzsch
Review of Psychology 16 (2), 87-102, 2009
Sex differences in facial emotion perception ability across the lifespan
S Olderbak, O Wilhelm, A Hildebrandt, J Quoidbach
Cognition and Emotion 33 (3), 579-588, 2019
Psychometric challenges and proposed solutions when scoring facial emotion expression codes
S Olderbak, A Hildebrandt, T Pinkpank, W Sommer, O Wilhelm
Behavior Research Methods 46, 992-1006, 2014
Sex differences in face cognition
W Sommer, A Hildebrandt, O Kunina-Habenicht, A Schacht, O Wilhelm
Acta psychologica 142 (1), 62-73, 2013
Neurocognitive mechanisms of individual differences in face cognition: a replication and extension
L Kaltwasser, A Hildebrandt, G Recio, O Wilhelm, W Sommer
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 861-878, 2014
Segregation, integration, and balance of large-scale resting brain networks configure different cognitive abilities
R Wang, M Liu, X Cheng, Y Wu, A Hildebrandt, C Zhou
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (23), e2022288118, 2021
Functional connectivity in cognitive control networks mitigates the impact of white matter lesions in the elderly
G Benson, A Hildebrandt, C Lange, C Schwarz, T Köbe, W Sommer, ...
Alzheimer's research & therapy 10 (1), 1-13, 2018
Face and object cognition across adult age.
A Hildebrandt, O Wilhelm, G Herzmann, W Sommer
Psychology and aging 28 (1), 243, 2013
On the relationship of emotional abilities and prosocial behavior
L Kaltwasser, A Hildebrandt, O Wilhelm, W Sommer
Evolution and Human Behavior 38 (3), 298-308, 2017
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