Thomas Rammsayer, Ph.D., Prof.

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Rammsayer TH, Borter N, Troche SJ. (2015) Visual-auditory differences in duration discrimination of intervals in the subsecond and second range. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1626
Wagner FL, Rammsayer TH, Schweizer K, et al. (2015) A fixed-links modeling approach to assess individual differences in the attentional blink: Analysis of behavioral and psychophysiological data. Acta Psychologica. 159: 123-130
Hellström Å, Rammsayer TH. (2015) Time-order errors and standard-position effects in duration discrimination: An experimental study and an analysis by the sensation-weighting model. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 2409-23
Thomas P, Rammsayer T, Schweizer K, et al. (2015) Elucidating the functional relationship between working memory capacity and psychometric intelligence: a fixed-links modeling approach for experimental repeated-measures designs. Advances in Cognitive Psychology / University of Finance and Management in Warsaw. 11: 3-13
Rammsayer TH, Verner M. (2015) Larger visual stimuli are perceived to last longer from time to time: The internal clock is not affected by nontemporal visual stimulus size. Journal of Vision. 15
Troche SJ, Indermühle R, Leuthold H, et al. (2015) Intelligence and the psychological refractory period: A lateralized readiness potential study Intelligence. 53: 138-144
Rammsayer TH, Troche SJ. (2014) Elucidating the internal structure of psychophysical timing performance in the sub-second and second range by utilizing confirmatory factor analysis. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 829: 33-47
Rammsayer TH, Verner M. (2014) The effect of nontemporal stimulus size on perceived duration as assessed by the method of reproduction. Journal of Vision. 14: 17
Rammsayer TH. (2014) The effects of type of interval, sensory modality, base duration, and psychophysical task on the discrimination of brief time intervals. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 1185-96
Rammsayer TH, Troche SJ. (2014) In search of the internal structure of the processes underlying interval timing in the sub-second and the second range: a confirmatory factor analysis approach. Acta Psychologica. 147: 68-74
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