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Literaturliste von Prof. Dr. Bettina Rolke

letzte Aktualisierung: 18.04.2023

Dietrich, S., Hertrich, I., Blum, C., Seibold, V. C.C. & Rolke, B. (2023). The cortical dynamics of context-dependent language processing. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, No. 2165123.

Balke, J., Rolke, B. & Seibold, V. C. (2022). Temporal preparation accelerates spatial selection by facilitating bottom-up processing. Brain Research, 1777, No. 147765.

Balke, J., Rolke, B. & Seibold, V. C. (2021). Reduction of temporal uncertainty facilitates stimulus-driven processes in spatial selection. Biological Psychology, 159, No. 108028.

Seibold, V. C., Stepper, M. Y. & Rolke, B. (2020). Temporal attention boosts perceptual effects of spatial attention and feature-based attention. Brain and Cognition, 142, No. 105570.

Stepper, M. Y., Moore, C. M., Rolke, B. & Hein, E. (2020). Illusory size determines the perception of ambiguous apparent motion. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 27(6), 1230-1238.

Stepper, M. Y., Moore, C. M., Rolke, B. & Hein, E. (2020). The role of object history in establishing object correspondence. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 82, 1038-1050.

Stepper, M. Y., Rolke, B. & Hein, E. (2020). How voluntary spatial attention influences feature biases in object correspondence. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 82, 1024-1037.

Dietrich, S., Hertrich, I., Seibold, V. C. & Rolke, B. (2019). Discourse management during speech perception: A functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study. NeuroImage, 202, No. 116047.

Hein, E., Blaschke, S. & Rolke, B. (2017). The influence of object similarity and orientation on object-based cueing. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 79(1), 63-77.

Lohmann, J., Rolke, B. & Butz, M. V. (2017). In touch with mental rotation: Interactions between mental and tactile rotations and motor responses. Experimental Brain Research, 235(4), 1063-1079.

Rolke, B., Festl, F. & Seibold, V. C. (2016). Toward the influence of temporal attention on the selection of targets in a visual search task: An ERP study. Psychophysiology, 53(11), 1690-1701.

Hertrich, I., Wuehle, A., Ackermann, H., Kirsten, M., Rolke, B., Tiemann, S. & Beck, S. (2015). Context-dependent impact of presuppositions on early magnetic brain responses during speech perception. Brain and Language, 1-12.

Rahona, J. J., Vazquez, C., Hervas, G., Fernandez, S. R. & Rolke, B. (2014). Overt head movements moderate the effect of depressive symptoms on mood regulation. Cognition and Emotion, 28(7), 1328-1337.

Seibold, V. C. & Rolke, B. (2014). Does temporal preparation facilitate visual processing in a selective manner? Evidence from attentional capture. Acta Psychologica, 151, 51-61.

Seibold, V. C. & Rolke, B. (2014). Does temporal preparation speed up visual processing? Evidence from the N2pc. Psychophysiology, 51(6), 529-538.

Rolke, B., Schmid, M., Walker, M., Lachmair, M., Fernandez, S. R., Rahona Lopez, J. J., Hervas, G. & Vazquez, C. (2013). Priming the mental time-line: effects of modality and processing mode. Cognitive Processing, 14(3), 231-244.

Bratzke, D., Steinborn, M. B., Rolke, B. & Ulrich, R. (2012). Effects of sleep loss and circadian rhythm on executive inhibitory control in the Stroop and Simon tasks. Chronobiology International, 29(1), 55-61.

Fernandez, S. R., Leonhard, T., Rolke, B. & Ulrich, R. (2011). Processing two tasks with varying task order: Central stage duration influences central processing order. Acta Psychologica, 137(1), 10-17.

Heil, M., Kavsek, M., Rolke, B., Beste, C. & Jansen, P. (2011). Mental rotation in female fraternal twins: Evidence for intra-uterine hormone transfer? Biological Psychology, 86(1), 90-93.

Seibold, V. C., Bausenhart, K. M., Rolke, B. & Ulrich, R. (2011). Does temporal preparation increase the rate of sensory information accumulation? Acta Psychologica, 137(1), 56-64.

Seibold, V. C., Fiedler, A. & Rolke, B. (2011). Temporal attention shortens perceptual latency: A temporal prior entry effect. Psychophysiology, 48(5), 708-717.

Bausenhart, K. M., Rolke, B., Seibold, V. C. & Ulrich, R. (2010). Temporal preparation influences the dynamics of information processing: Evidence for early onset of information accumulation. Vision Research, 50(11), 1025-1034.

Rolke, B. & Ulrich, R. (2010). On the locus of temporal preparation: Enhancement of premotor processes? In A. C. Nobre & J. T. Coull (Eds.), Attention and time (pp. 227-241). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Seifried, T., Ulrich, R., Bausenhart, K. M., Rolke, B. & Osman, A. (2010). Temporal preparation decreases perceptual latency: Evidence from a clock paradigm. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63(12), 2432-2451.

Steinborn, M. B., Bratzke, D., Rolke, B., Gordijn, M. C. M., Beersma, D. G. M. & Ulrich, R. (2010). The effect of 40 hours of constant wakefulness on number comparison performance. Chronobiology International, 27(4), 807-825.

Steinborn, M. B., Rolke, B., Bratzke, D. & Ulrich, R. (2010). The effect of a cross-trial shift of auditory warning signals on the sequential foreperiod effect. Acta Psychologica, 134(1), 94-104.

Bratzke, D., Rolke, B., Steinborn, M. B. & Ulrich, R. (2009). The effect of 40 h constant wakefulness on task-switching efficiency. , 18(2), 167-172.

Bratzke, D., Rolke, B. & Ulrich, R. (2009). The source of execution-related dual-task interference: Motor bottleneck or response monitoring? Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 35(5), 1413-1426.

Miller, J., Ulrich, R. & Rolke, B. (2009). On the optimality of serial and parallel processing in the psychological refractory period paradigm: Effects of the distribution of stimulus onset asynchronies. Cognitive Psychology, 58(3), 273-310.

Steinborn, M. B., Rolke, B., Bratzke, D. & Ulrich, R. (2009). Dynamic adjustment of temporal preparation: Shifting warning signal modality attenuates the sequential foreperiod effect. Acta Psychologica, 132(1), 40-47.

Bausenhart, K. M., Rolke, B. & Ulrich, R. (2008). Temporal preparation improves temporal resolution: Evidence from constant foreperiods. Perception & Psychophysics, 70(8), 1504-1514.

Bratzke, D., Ulrich, R., Rolke, B., Schröter, H., Jentzsch, I. & Leuthold, H. (2008). Motor limitation in dual-task processing with different effectors. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61(9), 1385-1399.

Rolke, B. (2008). Temporal preparation facilitates perceptual identification of letters. Perception & Psychophysics, 70(7), 1305-1313.

Rolke, B., Dinkelbach, A., Hein, E. & Ulrich, R. (2008). Does attention impair temporal discrimination? Examining non-attentional accounts. Psychological Research, 72(1), 49-60.

Bausenhart, K. M., Rolke, B. & Ulrich, R. (2007). Knowing when to hear aids what to hear. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 60(12), 1610-1615.

Bratzke, D., Rolke, B., Ulrich, R. & Peters, M. (2007). Central slowing during the night. Psychological Science, 18(5), 456-461.

Rolke, B., Bausenhart, K. M. & Ulrich, R. (2007). Impaired temporal discrimination within the attentional blink. Perception & Psychophysics, 69(8), 1295-1304.

Rolke, B. & Hofmann, P. (2007). Temporal uncertainty degrades perceptual processing. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14(3), 522-526.

Bausenhart, K. M., Rolke, B., Hackley, S. A. & Ulrich, R. (2006). The locus of temporal preparation effects: Evidence from the psychological refractory period paradigm. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13(3), 536-542.

Hein, E., Rolke, B. & Ulrich, R. (2006). Visual attention and temporal discrimination: Differential effects of automatic and voluntary cueing. Visual Cognition, 13(1), 29-50.

Rolke, B., Ulrich, R. & Bausenhart, K. M. (2006). Attention delays perceived stimulus offset. Vision Research, 46(18), 2926-2933.

Ulrich, R., Ruiz Fernández, S., Jentzsch, I., Rolke, B., Schröter, H. & Leuthold, H. (2006). Motor limitation in dual-task processing under ballistic movement conditions. Psychological Science, 17(9), 788-793.

Heil, M. & Rolke, B. (2004). Unattended distractor-induced priming in a visual selective attention task. N400 effects in the absence of RT effects. Journal of Psychophysiology, 18(4), 164-169.

Heil, M., Rolke, B. & Pecchinenda, A. (2004). Automatic semantic activation is no myth. Semantic context effects on the N400 in the letter-search task in the absence of response time effects. Psychological Science, 15(12), 852-857.

Niedeggen, M., Heil, M., Ludowig, E., Rolke, B. & Harris, C. L. (2004). Priming illusory words: an ERP approach. Neuropsychologia, 47, 745-753.

Heil, M., Rösler, F. & Rolke, B. (2003). Another artificial division - and the data don't support it. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26(6), 739-740.

Rolke, B. (2003). Ein Wort und seine Folgen. Gehirn & Geist, 3, 73-75.

Rolke, B. (2003). Ein Wort und seine Folgen. Unbewusste Informationsverarbeitung. Gehirn & Geist, 1, 73-75.

Heil, M. & Rolke, B. (2002). Toward a chronopsychophysiology of mental rotation. Psychophysiology, 39, 414-422.

Rolke, B. (2002). Was bleibt von einem Wort? Untersuchung zur semantischen Analyse nicht berichtbarer Worte im attentional blink: Verhaltensdaten und Elektrophysiologie. Dissertation, Universität, Fachbereich Psychologie, Marburg.

Rolke, B., Heil, M., Streb, J. & Hennighausen, E. (2001). Missed prime words within the attentional blink evoke an N400 semantic priming effect. Psychophysiology, 38(2), 165-174.

Heil, M., Osman, A., Wiegelmann, J., Rolke, B. & Hennighausen, E. (2000). N200 in the Eriksen-task: Inhibitory executive processes? Journal of Psychophysiology, 14(4), 218-225.

Rolke, B., Heil, M., Hennighausen, E., Häussler, C. & Rösler, F. (2000). Topography of brain electrical activity dissociates the sequential order transformation of verbal versus spatial information in humans. Neuroscience Letters, 282, 81-84.

Heil, M., Rolke, B., Engelkamp, J., Rösler, F., Özcan, M. & Hennighausen, E. (1999). Event-related brain potentials during recognition of ordinary and bizarre action phrases following verbal and subject-performed encoding conditions. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 11(2), 261-280.

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