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Georg Jahn

Affiliations: 
Chemnitz University of Technology, Department of Psychology, Chemnitz, Sachsen, Germany 
Area:
Human Spatial Reasoning, Spatial Language, Dialogue and Discourse Comprehension, Bounded Rationality, Multiple Object Tracking, Human Factors (Driver Information Systems)
Website:
http://www.georg-jahn.de/
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Brockhoff A, Papenmeier F, Wolf K, et al. (2016) Viewpoint matters: Exploring the involvement of reference frames in multiple object tracking from a developmental perspective Cognitive Development. 37: 1-8
Meyerhoff HS, Papenmeier F, Jahn G, et al. (2015) Not FLEXible Enough: Exploring the Temporal Dynamics of Attentional Reallocations With the Multiple Object Tracking Paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Rebitschek FG, Bocklisch F, Scholz A, et al. (2015) Biased Processing of Ambiguous Symptoms Favors the Initially Leading Hypothesis in Sequential Diagnostic Reasoning. Experimental Psychology. 1-19
Meyerhoff HS, Papenmeier F, Jahn G, et al. (2015) Distractor Locations Influence Multiple Object Tracking Beyond Interobject Spacing. Experimental Psychology. 62: 170-80
Rebitschek FG, Krems JF, Jahn G. (2015) Memory activation of multiple hypotheses in sequential diagnostic reasoning Journal of Cognitive Psychology
Jahn G, Braatz J. (2014) Memory indexing of sequential symptom processing in diagnostic reasoning. Cognitive Psychology. 68: 59-97
Papenmeier F, Meyerhoff HS, Jahn G, et al. (2014) Tracking by location and features: object correspondence across spatiotemporal discontinuities during multiple object tracking. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 40: 159-71
Jahn G, Krems JF. (2013) Skill acquisition with text-entry interfaces: particularly older users benefit from minimized information-processing demands. Journal of Applied Gerontology : the Official Journal of the Southern Gerontological Society. 32: 605-26
Pau S, Jahn G, Sakreida K, et al. (2013) Encoding and recall of finger sequences in experienced pianists compared with musically naïve controls: a combined behavioral and functional imaging study. Neuroimage. 64: 379-87
Schaer K, Jahn G, Lotze M. (2012) fMRI-activation during drawing a naturalistic or sketchy portrait. Behavioural Brain Research. 233: 209-16
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