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letzte Aktualisierung: 21.02.2024

Bublatzky, F., Allen, P. & Riemer, M. (2023). Spatial navigation under threat: Aversive apprehensions improve route retracing in higher versus lower trait anxious individuals. Frontiers in Psychology, 14, No. 1166594.

Rhodes, D., Bridgewater, T., Ayache, J. & Riemer, M. (2023). Rapid calibration to dynamic temporal contexts. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1-13.

Maaß, S., Wolbers, T., van Rijn, H. & Riemer, M. (2022). Temporal context effects are associated with cognitive status in advanced age. Psychological Research, 86(2), 512-521.

Riemer, M., Achtzehn, J., Kuehn, E. & Wolbers, T. (2022). Cross-dimensional interference between time and distance during spatial navigation is mediated by speed representations in intraparietal sulcus and area hMT+. NeuroImage, 257, No. 119336.

Riemer, M., Vieweg, P., van Rijn, H. & Wolbers, T. (2022). Reducing the tendency for chronometric counting in duration discrimination tasks. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 84(8), 2641-2654.

Riemer, M., Wolbers, T. & van Rijn, H. (2021). Age-related changes in time perception: The impact of naturalistic environments and retrospective judgements on timing performance. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 74(11), 2002-2012.

Riemer, M. & Wolbers, T. (2020). Negative errors in time reproduction tasks. Psychological Research, 84(1), 168-176.

Stahn, A. C., Riemer, M., Wolbers, T., Werner, A., Brauns, K., Besnard, S., Denise, P., Kühn, S. & Gunga, H.-C. (2020). Spatial updating depends on gravity. Frontiers in Neural Circuits, 14, No. 20.

Stangl, M., Kanitscheider, I., Riemer, M., Fiete, I. & Wolbers, T. (2020). Sources of path integration error in young and aging humans. Nature Communications, 11, No. 2626.

Bublatzky, F., Riemer, M. & Guerra, P. (2019). Reversing threat to safety: Incongruence of facial emotions and instructed threat modulates conscious perception but not physiological responding. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, No. 2091.

Maaß, S. C., Riemer, M., Wolbers, T. & van Rijn, H. (2019). Timing deficiencies in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: Disentangling clock and memory processes. Behavioural Brain Research, 373, No. 112110.

Merhav, M., Riemer, M. & Wolbers, T. (2019). Spatial updating deficits in human aging are associated with traces of former memory representations. Neurobiology of Aging, 76, 53-61.

Riemer, M., Kubik, V. & Wolbers, T. (2019). The effect of feedback on temporal error monitoring and timing behavior. Behavioural Brain Research, 369, No. 111929.

Riemer, M., Trojan, J., Beauchamp, M. & Fuchs, X. (2019). The rubber hand universe: On the impact of methodological differences in the rubber hand illusion. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 104, 268-280.

Riemer, M., Wolbers, T. & Kuehn, E. (2019). Preserved multisensory body representations in advanced age. Scientific Reports, 9, No. 2663.

Vieweg, P., Riemer, M., Berron, D. & Wolbers, T. (2019). Memory Image Completion: Establishing a task to behaviorally assess pattern completion in humans. Hippocampus, 29(4), 340-351.

Kuehn, E., Perez-Lopez, M. B., Diersch, N., Döhler, J., Wolbers, T. & Riemer, M. (2018). Embodiment in the aging mind. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 86, 207-225.

Müller, N., Riemer, M., Brandt, L. & Wolbers, T. (2018). Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals a causal role of the human precuneus in spatial updating. Scientific Reports, 8, No. 10171.

Riemer, M. (2018). Delusions of control in schizophrenia: Resistant to the mind's best trick? Schizophrenia Research, 197, 98-103.

Riemer, M., Shine, J. P. & Wolbers, T. (2018). On the (a)symmetry between the perception of time and space in large-scale environments. Hippocampus, 28(8), 539-548.

Fuchs, X., Riemer, M., Diers, M., Flor, H. & Trojan, J. (2016). Perceptual drifts of real and artificial limbs in the rubber hand illusion. Scientific Reports (Online Journal), 6, No. 24362.

Riemer, M., Diersch, N., Bublatzky, F. & Wolbers, T. (2016). Space, time, and numbers in the right posterior parietal cortex: Differences between response code associations and congruency effects. NeuroImage, 129, 72-79.

Riemer, M., Rhodes, D. & Wolbers, T. (2016). Systematic underreproduction of time is independent of judgment certainty. Neural Plasticity, 2016, No. 6890674.

Riemer, M. (2015). Psychophysics and the anisotropy of time. Consciousness and Cognition, 38, 191-197.

Riemer, M., Bublatzky, F., Trojan, J. & Alpers, G. W. (2015). Defensive activation during the rubber hand illusion: Ownership versus proprioceptive drift. Biological Psychology, 109, 86-92.

Bublatzky, F., Gerdes, A. B. M., White, A. J., Riemer, M. & Alpers, G. W. (2014). Social and emotional relevance in face processing: happy faces of future interaction partners enhance the late positive potential. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Riemer, M., Hoelzl, R. & Kleinboehl, D. (2014). Interrelations between the perception of time and space in large-scale environments. Experimental Brain Research, 232(4), 1317-1325.

Riemer, M., Kleinboehl, D., Hoelzl, R., Fuchs, X., Trojan, J. & Bublatzky, F. (2014). The rubber hand illusion depends on a congruent mapping between real and artificial fingers. Acta Psychologica, 34-41.

Riemer, M. (2013). Dynamic representations of the body in space. Dissertation, Universität, Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften, Mannheim.

Riemer, M., Kleinböhl, D., Hölzl, R. & Trojan, J. (2013). Action and perception in the rubber hand illusion. Experimental Brain Research, 229(3), 383-393.

Riemer, M., Trojan, J., Kleinböhl, D. & Hölzl, R. (2012). A "view from nowhen" on time perception experiments. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 38(5), 1118-1124.

Riemer, M., Trojan, J., Kleinböhl, D. & Hölzl, R. (2010). Body posture affects tactile discrimination and identification of fingers and hands. Experimental Brain Research, 206(1), 47-57.

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