Sebastian S. Horn

Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
Memory, Aging, Decision Making
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Horn SS, Bayen UJ, Michalkiewicz M. (2020) The Development of Clustering in Episodic Memory: A Cognitive-Modeling Approach. Child Development
Horn SS, Mata R, Pachur T. (2019) Good + Bad = ? Developmental Differences in Balancing Gains and Losses in Value-Based Decisions From Memory. Child Development
Ballhausen N, Schnitzspahn KM, Horn SS, et al. (2017) The interplay of intention maintenance and cue monitoring in younger and older adults' prospective memory. Memory & Cognition
Horn SS, Ruggeri A, Pachur T. (2016) The Development of Adaptive Decision Making: Recognition-Based Inference in Children and Adolescents. Developmental Psychology
Horn SS, Pachur T, Mata R. (2015) How does aging affect recognition-based inference? A hierarchical Bayesian modeling approach. Acta Psychologica. 154: 77-85
Horn SS, Bayen UJ. (2015) Modeling criterion shifts and target checking in prospective memory monitoring. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 41: 95-117
Grundgeiger T, Bayen UJ, Horn SS. (2014) Effects of sleep deprivation on prospective memory. Memory (Hove, England). 22: 679-86
Horn SS, Bayen UJ, Smith RE. (2013) Adult age differences in interference from a prospective-memory task: a diffusion model analysis. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 20: 1266-73
Smith RE, Horn SS, Bayen UJ. (2012) Prospective memory in young and older adults: the effects of ongoing-task load. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 19: 495-514
Czernochowski D, Horn S, Bayen UJ. (2012) Does frequency matter? ERP and behavioral correlates of monitoring for rare and frequent prospective memory targets. Neuropsychologia. 50: 67-76
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