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Control and interference in task switching--a review.
- A. Kiesel, M. Steinhauser, +4 authors I. Koch
- Psychology, Medicine
- Psychological bulletin
- 1 September 2010
The task-switching paradigm offers enormous possibilities to study cognitive control as well as task interference. The current review provides an overview of recent research on both topics. First, we… Expand
Conscious control over the content of unconscious cognition
Visual stimuli (primes) presented too briefly to be consciously identified can nevertheless affect responses to subsequent stimuli - an instance of unconscious cognition. There is a lively debate as… Expand
Measurement of ERP latency differences: a comparison of single-participant and jackknife-based scoring methods.
We used computer simulations to evaluate different procedures for measuring changes in the onset latency of a representative range of event-related components (the auditory and visual N1, P3, N2pc,… Expand
Four different types of protease‐activated receptors are widely expressed in the brain and are up‐regulated in hippocampus by severe ischemia
- F. Striggow, M. Riek-Burchardt, +6 authors G. Reiser
- Biology, Medicine
- The European journal of neuroscience
- 1 August 2001
A variety of extracellular serine proteases are expressed in the central nervous system or might permeate the blood–brain barrier under pathological conditions. However, their intracerebral targets… Expand
The stressed prefrontal cortex and goal-directed behaviour: acute psychosocial stress impairs the flexible implementation of task goals
- F. Plessow, A. Kiesel, Clemens Kirschbaum
- Psychology, Medicine
- Experimental Brain Research
- 1 February 2012
Goals are often at the basis of human actions. As an essential mechanism of behavioural adaptation, individuals need to be able to flexibly implement new task goals so as to alter their actions… Expand
Learning at any rate: action–effect learning for stimulus-based actions
Recent studies reported converging evidence for action–effect associations if participants adopted an intention-based action control mode in free choice conditions, whereas no evidence for… Expand
Task switching: on the origin of response congruency effects
When people frequently alternate between simple cognitive tasks, performance on stimuli which are assigned the same response in both tasks is typically faster and more accurate than on stimuli which… Expand
Auditory warning signals affect mechanisms of response selection: evidence from a Simon task.
Irrelevant tone (accessory) stimuli facilitate performance in simple and choice reaction time tasks. In the present study, we combined accessory stimulation with a selective attention paradigm in… Expand
Unconscious manipulation of free choice in humans
- A. Kiesel, A. Wagener, W. Kunde, J. Hoffmann, C. Stöcker
- Medicine, Psychology
- Consciousness and Cognition
- 1 June 2006
Previous research has shown that subliminally presented stimuli accelerate or delay responses afforded by supraliminally presented stimuli. Our experiments extend these findings by showing that… Expand
Adaptive control of ideomotor effect anticipations.
According to ideomotor theory, voluntary actions are selected and initiated by means of anticipated action effects. Prior experiments yielded evidence for these effect anticipations with… Expand