Publications 1997

Eimer, M. (1997). An event-related potential (ERP) study of transient and sustained visual attention to color and form. Biological Psychology, 44, 143-160.pdf format

Eimer, M. (1997). Attentional selection and attentional gradients: An alternative method for studying transient visual-spatial attention. Psychophysiology, 34, 365-376.abstract

Eimer, M. (1997). The Lateralized Readiness Potential as an on-line measure of automatic response activation in S-R compatibility situations. In B. Hommel & W. Prinz (Eds.). Theoretical issues in stimulus-response compatibility. Advances in Psychology, 118. Amsterdam: Elsevier (pp. 51-73).abstract

Eimer, M. (1997). Uninformative symbolic cues may bias visual-spatial attention: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Biological Psychology, 46, 67-71.pdf format

Schlaghecken, F. & Eimer, M. (1997). The influence of subliminally presented primes on response preparation. Sprache & Kognition, 16, 166-175.abstract

Schroger, E., & Eimer, M. (1997). Covert spatial orienting in audition: 'Cost-Benefit' analyses of reaction times and event-related potentials. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 50A, 457-474.

Publications 1996

Eimer, M. (1996). ERP modulations indicate the selective processing of visual stimuli as a result of transient and sustained spatial attention. Psychophysiology, 33, 13-21.abstract

Eimer, M. (1996). The N2pc component as an indicator of attentional selectivity. Electroencephalograpy and Clinical Neurophysiology, 99, 225-234.pdf format

Eimer, M., Goschke, T., Schlaghecken, F., & Stürmer, B. (1996). Explicit and implicit learning of event sequences: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 22, 970-987.pdf format

Schroger, E., & Eimer, M. (1996). Effects of lateralized cues on the processing of lateralized auditory stimuli. Biological Psychology, 43, 203-226.pdf format

 

 

 

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