Volker H. Franz

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University of Tübingen, Germany 
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Kopiske KK, Franz VH. (2018) Comparing Symbolic and Nonsymbolic Number Lines: Consistent Effects of Notation Across Output Measures. Advances in Cognitive Psychology. 14: 87-100
Kopiske KK, Bruno N, Hesse C, et al. (2016) Do visual illusions affect grasping? Considerable progress in a scientific debate. A reply to Whitwell & Goodale, 2016. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Kopiske KK, Löwenkamp C, Eloka O, et al. (2016) The SNARC Effect in Chinese Numerals: Do Visual Properties of Characters and Hand Signs Influence Number Processing? Plos One. 11: e0163897
Kopiske KK, Bruno N, Hesse C, et al. (2016) The functional subdivision of the visual brain: Is there a real illusion effect on action? A multi-lab replication study. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 79: 130-152
Schiller F, Eloka O, Franz VH. (2016) Using Key Distance to Clarify a Theory on the SNARC. Perception. 45: 196-221
Hesse C, Franz VH, Schenk T. (2015) Pointing and Antipointing in Müller-Lyer Figures: Why Illusion Effects Need to Be Scaled. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Franz VH, von Luxburg U. (2015) No Evidence for Unconscious Lie Detection: A Significant Difference Does Not Imply Accurate Classification. Psychological Science. 26: 1646-8
Löwenkamp C, Gärtner W, Haus ID, et al. (2015) Semantic grasping escapes Weber's law. Neuropsychologia. 70: 235-45
Eloka O, Feuerhake F, Janczyk M, et al. (2015) Garner-Interference in left-handed awkward grasping. Psychological Research. 79: 579-89
Foster RM, Franz VH. (2014) Superadditivity of the Ebbinghaus and Müller-Lyer illusions depends on the method of comparison used. Perception. 43: 783-95
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