Rolf Verleger

University of Luebeck, Germany, Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany 
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Wascher E, Arnau S, Schneider D, et al. (2020) No effect of target probability on P3b amplitudes. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Verleger R. (2020) Effects of relevance and response frequency on P3b amplitudes: Review of findings and comparison of hypotheses about the process reflected by P3b. Psychophysiology. e13542
Verleger R, Śmigasiewicz K, Michael L, et al. (2019) Get Set or Get Distracted? Disentangling Content-Priming and Attention-Catching Effects of Background Lure Stimuli on Identifying Targets in Two Simultaneously Presented Series. Brain Sciences. 9
Śmigasiewicz K, Wondany K, Verleger R. (2019) Left-Hemisphere Delay of EEG Potentials Evoked by Standard Letter Stimuli During Rapid Serial Visual Presentation: Indicating Right-Hemisphere Advantage or Left-Hemisphere Load? Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 171
Verleger R, Keppeler M, Sassenhagen J, et al. (2018) The oddball effect on P3 disappears when feature relevance or feature-response mappings are unknown. Experimental Brain Research. 236: 2781-2796
Yordanova J, Kirov R, Verleger R, et al. (2017) Dynamic coupling between slow waves and sleep spindles during slow wave sleep in humans is modulated by functional pre-sleep activation. Scientific Reports. 7: 14496
Verleger R, Cäsar S, Siller B, et al. (2017) On Why Targets Evoke P3 Components in Prediction Tasks: Drawing an Analogy between Prediction and Matching Tasks. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11: 497
Yordanova J, Kolev V, Bruns E, et al. (2017) Sleep Spindles in the Right Hemisphere Support Awareness of Regularities and Reflect Pre-Sleep Activations. Sleep
Asanowicz D, Kruse L, Śmigasiewicz K, et al. (2017) Lateralization of spatial rather than temporal attention underlies the left hemifield advantage in rapid serial visual presentation. Brain and Cognition. 118: 54-62
Śmigasiewicz K, Liebrand M, Landmesser J, et al. (2017) How handedness influences perceptual and attentional processes during rapid serial visual presentation. Neuropsychologia. 100: 155-163
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