Florian Waszak

Affiliations: 
Paris, Paris-4E-Arrondissement, Île-de-France, France 
Area:
Perception and Cognitive Control
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Korka B, Widmann A, Waszak F, et al. (2021) The auditory brain in action: Intention determines predictive processing in the auditory system-A review of current paradigms and findings. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Darriba Á, Van Ommen S, Hsu YF, et al. (2021) Visual Predictions Operate on Different Timescales. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 33: 984-1002
Hsu YF, Darriba Á, Waszak F. (2021) Attention modulates repetition effects in a context of low periodicity. Brain Research. 147559
Hsu YF, Waszak F, Strömmer J, et al. (2020) Human Brain Ages With Hierarchy-Selective Attenuation of Prediction Errors. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Pfeuffer CU, Moutsopoulou K, Waszak F, et al. (2019) Execution-based and verbal code-based stimulus-response associations: proportion manipulations reveal conflict adaptation processes in item-specific priming. Psychological Research
Boldt A, Schiffer AM, Waszak F, et al. (2019) Confidence Predictions Affect Performance Confidence and Neural Preparation in Perceptual Decision Making. Scientific Reports. 9: 4031
Hsu YF, Waszak F, Hämäläinen JA. (2019) Prior Precision Modulates the Minimization of Auditory Prediction Error. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13: 30
Le Bars S, Darriba Á, Waszak F. (2019) Event-related brain potentials to self-triggered tones: Impact of action type and impulsivity traits. Neuropsychologia. 125: 14-22
Balp R, Waszak F, Collins T. (2018) Remapping versus short-term memory in visual stability across saccades. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Jacquet PO, Wyart V, Desantis A, et al. (2018) Human susceptibility to social influence and its neural correlates are related to perceived vulnerability to extrinsic morbidity risks. Scientific Reports. 8: 13347
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