Florian Waszak

Affiliations: 
Paris, Paris-4E-Arrondissement, Île-de-France, France 
Area:
Perception and Cognitive Control
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Korka B, Widmann A, Waszak F, et al. (2021) The auditory brain in action: Intention determines predictive processing in the auditory system-A review of current paradigms and findings. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Boldt A, Schiffer AM, Waszak F, et al. (2019) Confidence Predictions Affect Performance Confidence and Neural Preparation in Perceptual Decision Making. Scientific Reports. 9: 4031
Hsu YF, Waszak F, Hämäläinen JA. (2019) Prior Precision Modulates the Minimization of Auditory Prediction Error. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13: 30
Jacquet PO, Wyart V, Desantis A, et al. (2018) Human susceptibility to social influence and its neural correlates are related to perceived vulnerability to extrinsic morbidity risks. Scientific Reports. 8: 13347
Moutsopoulou K, Pfeuffer C, Kiesel A, et al. (2018) Author accepted manuscript: How long is long-term priming? Classification and action priming in the scale of days. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021818784261
Hsu YF, Hämäläinen JA, Waszak F. (2018) The processing of mispredicted and unpredicted sensory inputs interact differently with attention. Neuropsychologia. 111: 85-91
Jones A, Hsu YF, Granjon L, et al. (2017) Temporal expectancies driven by self- and externally generated rhythms. Neuroimage
Vincent R, Hsu YF, Waszak F. (2016) Category-specific features and valence in action-effect prediction: an EEG study. Biological Psychology
Schiffer AM, Siletti K, Waszak F, et al. (2016) Adaptive behaviour and feedback processing integrate experience and instruction in reinforcement learning. Neuroimage
Le Bars S, Hsu YF, Waszak F. (2016) The impact of subliminal effect images in voluntary vs. stimulus-driven actions. Cognition. 156: 6-15
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