Silvia Mecklenbrauker

University of Trier 
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Tempel T, Schwarzkopp T, Mecklenbräuker S. (2016) The Undepleted Ego: Self-Regulatory Adaptation in Multiple Task Sequences Current Psychology. 35: 316-324
Tempel T, Frings C, Mecklenbräuker S. (2015) Dual processes of false recognition in kindergarten children and elementary school pupils. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 138: 135-42
Mecklenbräuker S, Steffens MC, Jelenec P, et al. (2011) Interactive context integration in children? Evidence from an action memory study. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 108: 747-61
Steffens MC, Jelenec P, Mecklenbräuker S. (2009) Decomposing the memory processes contributing to enactment effects by multinomial modelling European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 21: 61-83
Steffens MC, Mecklenbräuker S. (2007) False memories: Phenomena, theories, and implications. Zeitschrift Fur Psychologie-Journal of Psychology. 215: 12
Steffens MC, Jelenec P, Mecklenbräuker S, et al. (2006) Decomposing retrieval and integration in memory for actions: a multinomial modeling approach. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 59: 557-76
Steffens MC, Mecklenbräuker S, Buchner A, et al. (2004) On the bounded rationality of gender stereotyping in fame judgments European Journal of Social Psychology. 34: 397-406
Mecklenbräuker S, Hupbach A, Wippich W. (2003) Age-related improvements in a conceptual implicit memory test. Memory & Cognition. 31: 1208-17
Mecklenbräuker S, Hupbach A, Wippich W. (2001) What colour is the car? Implicit memory for colour information in children. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 54: 1069-1086
Wippich W, Mecklenbräuker S. (1998) Effects of color on perceptual and conceptual tests of implicit memory Psychological Research-Psychologische Forschung. 61: 285-294
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