Anna Schubö, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Philipps University Marburg, Marburg, Hessen, Germany 
Area:
visual attention, working memory, perception and action
Website:
http://www.uni-marburg.de/fb04/team-schuboe/team/schuboe
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Abbasi H, Henare D, Kadel H, et al. (2022) Selection history and task predictability determine the precision expectations in attentional control. Psychophysiology. e14151
Abbasi H, Kadel H, Hickey C, et al. (2021) Combined influences of strategy and selection history on attentional control. Psychophysiology. e13987
Dötsch D, Deffner D, Schubö A. (2021) Color me impressed: A partner's target feature captures visual attention. Cognition. 220: 104989
Bergmann N, Schubö A. (2021) Local and global context repetitions in contextual cueing. Journal of Vision. 21: 9
Garrido-Vásquez P, Wengemuth E, Schubö A. (2021) Priming of grasp affordance in an ambiguous object: evidence from ERPs, source localization, and motion tracking. Heliyon. 7: e06870
Lockhofen DEL, Hübner N, Hemdan F, et al. (2021) Differing Time Courses of Reward-Related Attentional Processing: An EEG Source-Space Analysis. Brain Topography
Heuer A, Mennig M, Schubö A, et al. (2021) Impaired disengagement of attention from computer-related stimuli in Internet Gaming Disorder: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Henare DT, Kadel H, Schubö A. (2020) Voluntary Control of Task Selection Does Not Eliminate the Impact of Selection History on Attention. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-18
Bergmann N, Tünnermann J, Schubö A. (2020) Reward-predicting distractor orientations support contextual cueing: Persistent effects in homogeneous distractor contexts. Vision Research. 171: 53-63
Bergmann N, Tünnermann J, Schubö A. (2019) Which search are you on? Adapting to color while searching for shape. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
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