René Michel
René Michel
Data Analyst | School of Business and Economics | University of Muenster
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Distinct contributions of alpha and theta rhythms to perceptual and attentional sampling
R Michel, L Dugué, NA Busch
European Journal of Neuroscience, 2021
When a social experimenter overwrites effects of salient objects in an individual go/no-go Simon task–an ERP study
R Michel, J Bölte, R Liepelt
Frontiers in psychology 9, 674, 2018
Alpha-band lateralization and microsaccades elicited by exogenous cues do not track attentional orienting
E Balestrieri, R Michel, NA Busch
eneuro 11 (2), 2024
The extent and specificity of visual exploration determines the formation of recollected memories in complex scenes
N Broers, WA Bainbridge, R Michel, E Balestrieri, NA Busch
Journal of Vision 22 (11), 9-9, 2022
The interplay between classifier choice and animacy in Mandarin-Chinese noun phrases: an ERP study
M Frankowsky, D Ke, P Zwitserlood, R Michel, J Bölte
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 37 (7), 866-882, 2022
No evidence for rhythmic sampling in inhibition of return
R Michel, NA Busch
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 85 (6), 2111-2121, 2023
Perceptual rhythms are driven by oscillations in visual precision
R Michel, L Dugué, NA Busch
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1164-1164, 2020
Theta rhythmic attentional enhancement of alpha rhythmic perceptual sampling
R Michel, L Dugué, NA Busch
BioRxiv, 2020.09. 10.283069, 2020
The impact of analytic choices on detectability of behavioral oscillations in dense sampling studies
R Michel, E Balestrieri, S Recht, L Dugué, NA Busch
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 3891-3891, 2022
Grenzen menschlicher Leistungsfähigkeit im Cockpit: wie können rechtzeitig Performanzeinbrüche erkannt werden?
M Biella, R Michel
EEG-based offline fatigue detection in Airbus A320 pilots during simulated night flights
R Michel
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, 2017
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