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Journal Article (6)

  1. 2013
    Journal Article
    Atmaca, S.; Stadler, W.; Keitel, A.; Ott, D. V. M.; Lepsien, J.; Prinz, W.: Prediction processes during multiple object tracking (MOT): Involvement of dorsal and ventral premotor cortices. Brain and Behavior 3 (6), pp. 683 - 700 (2013)
  2. 2011
    Journal Article
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: The joint flanker effect: Sharing tasks with real and imagined co-actors. Experimental Brain Research 211 (3-4), pp. 371 - 385 (2011)
  3. Journal Article
    Wenke, D.; Atmaca, S.; Holländer, A.; Liepelt, R.; Baess, P.; Prinz, W.: What is shared in joint action? Issues of co-representation, response conflict, and agent identification. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 2 (2), pp. 147 - 172 (2011)
  4. 2008
    Journal Article
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Prinz, W.; Knoblich, G.: Action co-representation: The joint SNARC effect. Social Neuroscience 3 (3-4), pp. 410 - 420 (2008)
  5. 2004
    Journal Article
    Krauss, S.; Atmaca, S.: Wie man Schülern Einsicht in schwierige stochastische Probleme vermitteln kann. Eine Fallstudie über das. Unterrichtswissenschaft 32 (1), pp. 38 - 57 (2004)
  6. 2001
    Journal Article
    Atmaca, S.; Krauss, S.: Der Einfluss der Aufgabenformulierung auf stochastische Performanz - Das "Drei-Türen-Problem". Stochastik in der Schule 21 (3), pp. 14 - 21 (2001)

Book Chapter (1)

  1. 2011
    Book Chapter
    Grammer, K.; Oberzaucher, E.; Holzleitner, I.; Atmaca, S.: Dance: The human body as a dynamic motion system. In: The Implications of Embodiment: Cognition and Communication, pp. 173 - 192 (Eds. Tschacher, W.; Bergomi, C.). Imprint Academic, Exeter (2011)

Talk (9)

  1. 2011
    Talk
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: The joint Flanker effect. 4th JAM (Joint Action Meeting), Vienna, Austria (2011)
  2. 2007
    Talk
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: I know what you will do! Action and task co-representation in social context. Leipzig (2007)
  3. 2006
    Talk
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: Action and task co-representation in social context. 3rd Cognitio - Young researchers conference in cognitive science, Montreal, Canada (2006)
  4. Talk
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: I know what you will do! - Shared task representation in the service of action anticipation. 18th meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Philadelphia, USA (2006)
  5. 2005
    Talk
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: Action co-representation and coordination. 1st Joint Action Meeting, Newark, USA (2005)
  6. 2004
    Talk
    Atmaca, S.; Martignon, L.: Hat sich das menschliche Gehirn an die Wahrnehmung und die Verarbeitung von "Häufigkeiten" adaptiert? 46. TeaP, Gießen, Germany (2004)
  7. 2002
    Talk
    Atmaca, S.; Krauss, S.: Wie die Kognitionspsychologie zu einem neuen Auto verhelfen kann. 44. TeaP, Chemnitz, Germany (2002)
  8. 2001
    Talk
    Atmaca, S.; Krauss, S.: Visualisierung "Bayesscher Aufgaben". 43. TeaP, Regensburg, Germany (2001)
  9. Talk
    Atmaca, S.: Gibt es ein neurophysiologisches Korrelat für die unterschiedliche Performanz von Versuchspersonen bei verschiedenen Unsicherheitsrepräsentationen (Wahrscheinlichkeiten vs. Häufigkeiten)? Ulm (2001)

Poster (7)

  1. 2008
    Poster
    Atmaca, S.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: Intentionality matters: boundary conditions of task sharing. 49th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, USA (2008)
  2. 2007
    Poster
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: Knowing what you do is like doing it myself: Boundary conditions of task co-representation in the Flanker paradigm. 14th Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, USA (2007)
  3. Poster
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: The Joint Flanker Effect: Task Co-Representation with Intentional and Unintentional Co-Actors. 2nd Joint Action Meeting, Newark, USA (2007)
  4. 2006
    Poster
    Atmaca, S.; Sebanz, N.; Knoblich, G.: Co-Representation of Arbitrary S-R Mappings: The Joint Flanker Effect. 13th Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, USA (2006)
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