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Möschl, M.; Walser, M.; Surrey, C.; Miller, R.: Prospective memory under acute stress: The role of (output) monitoring and ongoing-task demands. In: Neurobiology of learning and memory 164 (2019)

Senftleben, U.; Schoemann, M.; Schwenke, D.; Richter, S.; Dshemuchadse, M.; Scherbaum, S.: Choice perseveration in value-based decision making: The impact of inter-trial interval and mood. In: Acta Psychologica 198 (2019)

Stieler, L.; Hunger, B.; Rudolf, M.; Kreuzfeld, S.; Stoll, R.; Seibt, R.: Cardiovascular recovery after workload in German shift workers in the hotel and catering industry: Results of 24-hour-ambulatory monitoring of heart rate and blood pressure. In: International archives of occupational and environmental health 92 (2019), Nr. 1, S. 81–91

Rasche, S.; Trumpp, A.; Schmidt, M.; Plötze, K.; Gätjen, F.; Malberg, H.; Matschke, K.; Rudolf, M.; Baum, F.; Zaunseder, S.: Remote Photoplethysmographic Assessment of the Peripheral Circulation in Critical Care Patients Recovering From Cardiac Surgery. In: Shock 52 (2019), Nr. 2, S. 174–182

Surrey, C.; Kretschmer-Trendowicz, A.; Altgassen, M.; Fischer, R.: Contextual recruitment of cognitive control in preadolescent children and young adults. In: Journal of experimental child psychology 183 (2019), S. 189–207

Schoemann, M.; Schulte-Mecklenbeck, M.; Renkewitz, F.; Scherbaum, S.: Forward inference in risky choice : Mapping gaze and decision processes. In: Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (2019)

Kieslich, P. J.; Schoemann, M.; Grage, T.; Hepp, J.; Scherbaum, S.: Design factors in mouse-tracking: What makes a difference? In: Behavior research methods (2019)

Schoemann, M.; Lüken, M.; Grage, T.; Kieslich, P. J.; Scherbaum, S.: Validating mouse-tracking: How design factors influence action dynamics in intertemporal decision making. In: Behavior research methods (2019)

Naumann, S.; Senftleben, U.; Santhosh, M.; McPartland, J.; Webb, S.J.: Neurophysiological correlates of holistic face processing in adolescents with and without autism spectrum disorder. In: Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 10 (2018), Nr. 27, S. 1–13

Vogel, D.; Scherbaum, S.; Janczyk, M.: Dissociating decision strategies in free-choice tasks : A mouse tracking analysis. In: Acta Psychologica 190 (2018), S. 65–71


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