Hans-Christoph Nuerk

Psychology Tuebingen 
Numerical Cognition, Attention, Language, Neuropsychology, Diagnostics, Cognitive Development
"Hans-Christoph Nuerk"
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Marie T. Banich research assistant
Siegfried Gauggel grad student Aachen Medical University (PsychTree)
Arthur Jacobs grad student HU Berlin (PsychTree)
Klaus Willmes post-doc


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Julia Dietrich research assistant (PsychTree)
Christina Artemenko grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Julia Bahnmueller grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Tanja Dackermann grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Gabriella Daroczy grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Ursula Fischer grad student Regensburg University (PsychTree)
Stefan Huber grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Elise Klein grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Andre Knops grad student
Anne Mann grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Urszula Mihulowicz grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Vesna Milicevic grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Korbinian Moeller grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Silvia Pixner grad student Innsbruck (PsychTree)
Belinda Pletzer grad student Salzburg (PsychTree)
Phillipp Schroeder grad student University Hospital Tuebingen, Germany (PsychTree)
Mojtaba Soltanlou grad student Tuebingen
Reka Vagvöglyi grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Miriam Wasner grad student Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Krzysztof Cipora post-doc Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Frank Domahs post-doc University of Marburg (PsychTree)
Guilherme Wood post-doc Department of Psychology, University of Graz, Austria


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Roi Cohen Kadosh collaborator
Ulrike Cress collaborator Tuebingen (PsychTree)
Ann D. Dowker collaborator
Thomas Dresler collaborator Tuebingen University Hospital (PsychTree)
Ann-Christine Ehlis collaborator University Hospital Tuebingen, Germany (PsychTree)
Martin H. Fischer collaborator University of Potsdam, Germany (PsychTree)
Silke M. Göbel collaborator York University (PsychTree)
Maciej Haman collaborator (PsychTree)
Liane Kaufmann collaborator
Katarzyna Patro collaborator Ulm University (PsychTree)
Samuel Shaki collaborator Ariel University (PsychTree)
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Cipora K, Gashaj V, Gridley AS, et al. (2023) Cultural similarities and specificities of finger counting and montring: Evidence from Amazon Tsimane' people. Acta Psychologica. 239: 104009
Schilling T, Soltanlou M, Nuerk HC, et al. (2023) Blue-light stimulation of the blind-spot constricts the pupil and enhances contrast sensitivity. Plos One. 18: e0286503
Haman M, Lipowska K, Soltanlou M, et al. (2023) The plural counts: Inconsistent grammatical number hinders numerical development in preschoolers - A cross-linguistic study. Cognition. 235: 105383
Artemenko C, Wortha SM, Dresler T, et al. (2022) Finger-Based Numerical Training Increases Sensorimotor Activation for Arithmetic in Children-An fNIRS Study. Brain Sciences. 12
Akbari S, Soltanlou M, Sabourimoghaddam H, et al. (2022) The complexity of simple counting: ERP findings reveal early perceptual and late numerical processes in different arrangements. Scientific Reports. 12: 6763
Rossi S, Xenidou-Dervou I, Simsek E, et al. (2022) Mathematics-gender stereotype endorsement influences mathematics anxiety, self-concept, and performance differently in men and women. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Soltanlou M, Dresler T, Artemenko C, et al. (2022) Training causes activation increase in temporo-parietal and parietal regions in children with mathematical disabilities. Brain Structure & Function
Loenneker HD, Artemenko C, Willmes K, et al. (2021) Deficits in or preservation of basic number processing in Parkinson's disease? A registered report. Journal of Neuroscience Research
Hohol M, Willmes K, Nęcka E, et al. (2020) Professional mathematicians do not differ from others in the symbolic numerical distance and size effects. Scientific Reports. 10: 11531
He Y, Nuerk HC, Derksen A, et al. (2020) A gifted SNARC? Directional spatial-numerical associations in gifted children with high-level math skills do not differ from controls. Psychological Research
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