Stephan Boehm

University of Wales, Lampeter, Wales, United Kingdom 
"Stephan Boehm"
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Valt C, Stürmer B, Sommer W, et al. (2017) Early response activation in repetition priming: an LRP study. Experimental Brain Research
Valt C, Klein C, Boehm SG. (2015) Dissociation of rapid response learning and facilitation in perceptual and conceptual networks of person recognition. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 106: 375-96
Saville CW, Lancaster TM, Stefanou ME, et al. (2014) COMT Val158Met genotype is associated with fluctuations in working memory performance: converging evidence from behavioural and single-trial P3b measures. Neuroimage. 100: 489-97
Boehm SG, Sommer W. (2012) Independence of data-driven and conceptually driven priming: the case of person recognition. Psychological Science. 23: 961-6
Saville CW, Shikhare S, Iyengar S, et al. (2012) Is reaction time variability consistent across sensory modalities? Insights from latent variable analysis of single-trial P3b latencies. Biological Psychology. 91: 275-82
Sreenivas S, Boehm SG, Linden DE. (2012) Emotional faces and the default mode network. Neuroscience Letters. 506: 229-34
Boehm SG, Dering B, Thierry G. (2011) Category-sensitivity in the N170 range: a question of topography and inversion, not one of amplitude. Neuropsychologia. 49: 2082-9
Saville CW, Dean RO, Daley D, et al. (2011) Electrocortical correlates of intra-subject variability in reaction times: average and single-trial analyses. Biological Psychology. 87: 74-83
Johnston S, Linden DE, Healy D, et al. (2011) Upregulation of emotion areas through neurofeedback with a focus on positive mood. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 11: 44-51
Hill D, Saville CWN, Kiely S, et al. (2011) Early electro-cortical correlates of inspection time task performance Intelligence. 39: 370-377
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