Patrick H. Khader

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Philipps University Marburg, Marburg, Hessen, Germany 
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Ewerdwalbesloh JA, Palva S, Rösler F, et al. (2016) Neural correlates of maintaining generated images in visual working memory. Human Brain Mapping
Kizilirmak JM, Rösler F, Bien S, et al. (2015) Inferior parietal and right frontal contributions to trial-by-trial adaptations of attention to memory. Brain Research. 1614: 14-27
Kizilirmak JM, Rösler F, Khader PH. (2014) Trial-to-trial dynamics of selective long-term-memory retrieval with continuously changing retrieval targets. Brain and Cognition. 90: 8-18
Smolka E, Khader PH, Wiese R, et al. (2013) Electrophysiological evidence for the continuous processing of linguistic categories of regular and irregular verb inflection in German. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 25: 1284-304
Kızılırmak JM, Rösler F, Khader PH. (2012) Control processes during selective long-term memory retrieval. Neuroimage. 59: 1830-41
Khader PH, Pachur T, Meier S, et al. (2011) Memory-based decision-making with heuristics: evidence for a controlled activation of memory representations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 23: 3540-54
Khader PH, Rösler F. (2011) EEG power changes reflect distinct mechanisms during long-term memory retrieval. Psychophysiology. 48: 362-9
Jost K, Khader PH, Burke M, et al. (2011) Frontal and parietal contributions to arithmetic fact retrieval: a parametric analysis of the problem-size effect. Human Brain Mapping. 32: 51-9
Khader PH, Jost K, Mertens M, et al. (2010) Neural correlates of generating visual nouns and motor verbs in a minimal phrase context. Brain Research. 1318: 122-32
Khader PH, Jost K, Ranganath C, et al. (2010) Theta and alpha oscillations during working-memory maintenance predict successful long-term memory encoding. Neuroscience Letters. 468: 339-43
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