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Literaturliste von Dr. Anna Thorwart

letzte Aktualisierung: 28.08.2019

Griffiths, O., Livesey, E. & Thorwart, A. (2019). Learned biases in the processing of outcomes: A brief review of the outcome predictability effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 45(1), 1-16.

Livesey, E. J., Don, H. J., Uengoer, M. & Thorwart, A. (2019). Transfer of associability and relational structure in human associative learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 45(2), 125-142.

Thorwart, A., Livesey, E. J., Wilhelm, F., Liu, W. & Lachnit, H. (2017). Learned predictiveness and outcome predictability effects are not simply two sides of the same coin. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 43(4), 341-365.

Thorwart, A., Uengoer, M., Livesey, E. J. & Harris, J. A. (2017). Summation effects in human learning: Evidence from patterning discriminations in goal-tracking. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70(7), 1366-1379.

Hechler, T., Endres, D. & Thorwart, A. (2016). Why Harmless Sensations Might Hurt in Individuals with Chronic Pain: About Heightened Prediction and Perception of Pain in the Mind. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal).

Thorwart, A. & Livesey, E. J. (2016). Three ways that non-associative knowledge may affect associative learning processes. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 7, No. 2024.

Rief, W., Glombiewski, J. A., Gollwitzer, M., Schubö, A., Schwarting, R. & Thorwart, A. (2015). Expectancies as core features of mental disorders. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 28(5), 378-385.

Lachnit, H., Thorwart, A., Lotz, A., Koenig, S., Uengoer, M. & Schultheis, H. (2013). Indicators of Early and Late Processing Reveal the Importance of Within-Trial-Time for Theories of Associative Learning. PLoS ONE, 8(6), e66291.

Thorwart, A., Livesey, E. J. & Harris, J. A. (2012). Normalization between stimulus elements in a model of Pavlovian conditioning: Showjumping on an elemental horse. Learning & Behavior, 40(3), 334-346.

Livesey, E. J., Thorwart, A., De Fina, N. L. & Harris, J. A. (2011). Comparing learned predictiveness effects within and across compound discriminations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 37(4), 446-465.

Livesey, E. J., Thorwart, A. & Harris, J. A. (2011). Comparing positive and negative patterning in human learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64(12), 2316-2333.

Glautier, S., Redhead, E., Thorwart, A. & Lachnit, H. (2010). Reduced summation with common features in causal judgments. Experimental Psychology, 57(4), 252-259.

Thorwart, A. B. (2010). Stimulus representation and processing in human associative learning. An evaluation of current elemental and configural associative learning theories. Dissertation, Universität, Fachbereich Psychologie, Marburg.

Thorwart, A., Glautier, S. & Lachnit, H. (2010). Convergent results in eyeblink conditioning and contingency learning in humans: Addition of a common cue does not affect feature-negative discriminations. Biological Psychology, 85(2), 207-212.

Thorwart, A. & Lachnit, H. (2010). Generalization decrements: Further support for flexibility in stimulus processing. Learning & Behavior, 38(4), 367-373.

Thorwart, A. & Lachnit, H. (2009). Symmetrical generalization decrements: configural stimulus processing in human contingency learning. Learning & Behavior, 37(1), 107-115.

Thorwart, A., Schultheis, H., König, S. & Lachnit, H. (2009). ALTSim: A MATLAB simulator for current associative learning theories. Behavior Research Methods, 41(1), 29-34.

Schultheis, H., Thorwart, A. & Lachnit, H. (2008). HMS: A MATLAB simulator of the Harris model of associative learning. Behavior Research Methods, 40(2), 442-449.

Schultheis, H., Thorwart, A. & Lachnit, H. (2008). Rapid-REM: A MATLAB simulator of the replaced-elements model. Behavior Research Methods, 40(2), 435-441.

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