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Benjamin Ernst
Benjamin Ernst
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Feedback-related brain activity predicts learning from feedback in multiple-choice testing
B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 12 (2), 323-336, 2012
362012
Isolating component processes of posterror slowing with the psychological refractory period paradigm.
M Steinhauser, B Ernst, KW Ibald
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (4), 653, 2017
352017
Effects of invalid feedback on learning and feedback-related brain activity in decision-making
B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Brain and cognition 99, 78-86, 2015
222015
The P3 and the subjective experience of time
B Ernst, SM Reichard, RF Riepl, R Steinhauser, SF Zimmermann, ...
Neuropsychologia 103, 12-19, 2017
192017
Error-related pupil dilation is sensitive to the evaluation of different error types
ME Maier, B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Biological psychology 141, 25-34, 2019
182019
Top-down control over feedback processing: The probability of valid feedback affects feedback-related brain activity
B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Brain and cognition 115, 33-40, 2017
162017
Neural correlates of reconfiguration failure reveal the time course of task-set reconfiguration
M Steinhauser, ME Maier, B Ernst
Neuropsychologia 106, 100-111, 2017
152017
Effects of feedback reliability on feedback-related brain activity: A feedback valuation account
B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18 (3), 596-608, 2018
122018
Differential effects of instructed and objective feedback reliability on feedback‐related brain activity
F Di Gregorio, B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Psychophysiology 56 (9), e13399, 2019
72019
The influence of internal models on feedback-related brain activity
F Wurm, B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 20 (5), 1070-1089, 2020
42020
The effect of feedback novelty on neural correlates of feedback processing
B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Brain and Cognition 144, 105610, 2020
32020
The Problem of Motion Sickness and Its Implications for Automated Driving
L Kirst, B Ernst, A Kern, M Steinhauser
User Experience Design in the Era of Automated Driving, 123-150, 2022
2022
Task learnability modulates surprise but not valence processing for reinforcement learning in probabilistic choice tasks
F Wurm, W Walentowska, B Ernst, MC Severo, G Pourtois, M Steinhauser
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 34 (1), 34-53, 2022
2022
Research on motion sickness and implications for automated driving
L Kirst, B Ernst, A Kern, M Steinhauser
Springer, 2021
2021
The neural and computational basis of credit assignment in environments with multiple feedback
F Wurm, B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Psychophysiology 56 (1), 47-47, 2019
2019
Pupil dilation predicts adaptive behavioral adjustments following different error types
ME Maier, B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Pabst, 2018
2018
Increased norepinephrine release indicated by pupil dilation and P3b amplitude causes time dilation during preparation of difficult tasks
B Ernst, C Steiner
Psychophysiology 55, 51-51, 2018
2018
Pupil dilation reflects error significance and predicts adaptive post-error adjustments of behavior accordingly
ME Maier, B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Psychophysiology 55, 37, 2018
2018
The influence of instructions about feedback reliability on visual attention to outcome feedback
F Wurm, B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Psychophysiology 55 (1), 118-118, 2018
2018
Norepinephrine and the subjective experience of time: P3 amplitude and pupil dilation predict temporal overestimation
B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Psychophysiology 54, 139-139, 2017
2017
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