Kamila Smigasiewicz
Kamila Smigasiewicz
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Testing the stimulus-to-response bridging function of the oddball-P3 by delayed response signals and residue iteration decomposition (RIDE)
R Verleger, MF Metzner, G Ouyang, K Śmigasiewicz, C Zhou
NeuroImage 100, 271-280, 2014
The role of learned irrelevance in attentional set-shifting impairments in Parkinson's disease.
A Slabosz, SJG Lewis, K Smigasiewicz, B Szymura, RA Barker, AM Owen
Neuropsychology 20 (5), 578, 2006
The hard oddball: Effects of difficult response selection on stimulus‐related P 3 and on response‐related negative potentials
R Verleger, N Baur, MF Metzner, K Śmigasiewicz
Psychophysiology 51 (11), 1089-1100, 2014
Mechanisms underlying the left visual‐field advantage in the dual stream RSVP task: Evidence from N2pc, P3, and distractor‐evoked VEPs
R Verleger, K Śmigasiewicz, F Möller
Psychophysiology 48 (8), 1096-1106, 2011
Left visual-field advantage in the dual-stream RSVP task and reading-direction: A study in three nations
K Śmigasiewicz, S Shalgi, S Hsieh, F Möller, S Jaffe, CC Chang, ...
Neuropsychologia 48 (10), 2852-2860, 2010
Is P3 a strategic or a tactical component? Relationships of P3 sub-components to response times in oddball tasks with go, no-go and choice responses
R Verleger, N Grauhan, K Śmigasiewicz
NeuroImage 143, 223-234, 2016
Testing the S–R link hypothesis of P3b: The oddball effect on S1-evoked P3 gets reduced by increased task relevance of S2
R Verleger, LM Hamann, D Asanowicz, K Śmigasiewicz
Biological Psychology 108, 25-35, 2015
Do rare stimuli evoke large P3s by being unexpected? A comparison of oddball effects between standard-oddball and prediction-oddball tasks
R Verleger, K Śmigasiewicz
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 12 (2), 88, 2016
The left visual-field advantage in rapid visual presentation is amplified rather than reduced by posterior-parietal rTMS
R Verleger, F Möller, M Kuniecki, K Śmigasiewicz, S Groppa, HR Siebner
Experimental Brain Research 203 (2), 355-365, 2010
Differences between visual hemifields in identifying rapidly presented target stimuli: Letters and digits, faces, and shapes
D Asanowicz, K Śmigasiewicz
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 452, 2013
Bias for the left visual field in rapid serial visual presentation: Effects of additional salient cues suggest a critical role of attention
K Śmigasiewicz, D Asanowicz, N Westphal, R Verleger
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 27 (2), 266-279, 2015
Cooperation or competition of the two hemispheres in processing characters presented at vertical midline
R Verleger, M Dittmer, K Śmigasiewicz
PloS one 8 (2), e57421, 2013
Neurophysiological sensitivity to attentional overload in patients with psychotic disorders
R Verleger, S Talamo, J Simmer, K Śmigasiewicz, R Lencer
Clinical Neurophysiology 124 (5), 881-892, 2013
Time to move again: does the bereitschaftspotential covary with demands on internal timing?
M Haake, A Baur, K Śmigasiewicz
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 642, 2016
Effects on P3 of spreading targets and response prompts apart
R Verleger, B Siller, G Ouyang, K Śmigasiewicz
Biological Psychology 126, 1-11, 2017
Consciousness wanted, attention found: Reasons for the advantage of the left visual field in identifying T2 among rapidly presented series
R Verleger, K Śmigasiewicz
Consciousness and Cognition 35, 260-273, 2015
Leftward bias in orienting to and disengaging attention from salient task-irrelevant events in rapid serial visual presentation
K Śmigasiewicz, N Westphal, R Verleger
Neuropsychologia 94, 96-105, 2017
Go and no-go P3 with rare and frequent stimuli in oddball tasks: A study comparing key-pressing with counting
R Verleger, N Grauhan, K Śmigasiewicz
International Journal of Psychophysiology 110, 128-136, 2016
Effects of premature lure stimuli on 2nd‐target identification in rapid serial visual presentation: Inhibition induced by lures or by 1st target?
R Verleger, K Śmigasiewicz, L Michael, M Niedeggen
Psychophysiology 49 (9), 1254-1265, 2012
Psychoticism and attentional flexibility
B Szymura, K Śmigasiewicz, P Corr
Personality and Individual Differences 43 (8), 2033-2046, 2007
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