Ronald Hübner
Ronald Hübner
Professor of Cognitive Psychology
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A dual-stage two-phase model of selective attention.
R Hübner, M Steinhauser, C Lehle
Psychological Review 117 (3), 759-784, 2010
Can the spotlight of attention be shaped like a doughnut? Evidence from steady-state visual evoked potentials
MM Müller, R Hübner
Psychological Science 13 (2), 119-124, 2002
Distinguishing response conflict and task conflict in the Stroop task: Evidence from ex-Gaussian distribution analysis.
M Steinhauser, R Hübner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (5 …, 2009
Cognitive Control Under Stress How Stress Affects Strategies of Task-Set Reconfiguration
M Steinhauser, M Maier, R Hübner
Psychological Science 18 (6), 540-545, 2007
The effect of spatial frequency on global precedence and hemispheric differences
R Hübner
Perception & Psychophysics 59 (2), 187-201, 1997
On-the-fly adaptation of selectivity in the flanker task
C Lehle, R Hübner
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15 (4), 814-818, 2008
On the role of response conflicts and stimulus position for hemispheric differences in global/local processing: An ERP study
G Volberg, R Hübner
Neuropsychologia 42 (13), 1805-1813, 2004
The effect of familiarity on visual-search performance: Evidence for learned basic features
P Malinowski, R Hübner
Perception & Psychophysics 63 (3), 458-463, 2001
Response execution, selection, or activation: What is sufficient for response-related repetition effects under task shifting?
R Hübner, MD Druey
Psychological Research 70 (4), 245-261, 2006
On attentional control as a source of residual shift costs: Evidence from two-component task shifts.
R Hübner, T Futterer, M Steinhauser
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (3), 640, 2001
Monetary reward increases attentional effort in the flanker task
R Hübner, J Schlösser
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17 (6), 821-826, 2010
Is the error-related negativity amplitude related to error detectability? Evidence from effects of different error types
M Maier, M Steinhauser, R Hübner
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (12), 2263-2273, 2008
Strategic capacity sharing between two tasks: Evidence from tasks with the same and with different task sets
C Lehle, R Hübner
Psychological Research 73 (5), 707-726, 2009
Response-based strengthening in task shifting: Evidence from shift effects produced by errors.
M Steinhauser, R Hübner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (3), 517, 2006
The integration of object levels and their content: a theory of global/local processing and related hemispheric differences.
R Hübner, G Volberg
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (3), 520, 2005
Time pressure affects the efficiency of perceptual processing in decisions under conflict
M Dambacher, R Hübner
Psychological Research 79, 83-94, 2015
Attention shifting between global and local target levels: The persistence of level-repetition effects
R Hübner
Visual cognition 7 (4), 465-484, 2000
Serial or parallel processing in dual tasks: What is more effortful?
C Lehle, M Steinhauser, R Hübner
Psychophysiology 46 (3), 502-509, 2009
Modeling behavioral measures of error detection in choice tasks: Response monitoring versus conflict monitoring.
M Steinhauser, M Maier, R Hübner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (1), 158, 2008
Cuing mechanisms in autitory signal detection
R Hübner, ER Hafter
Perception & psychophysics 57 (2), 197-202, 1995
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