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Vortrag (12)

  1. 2013
    Vortrag
    Dolk, T.: Toward the underlying mechanism of go-nogo Simon effects. Center of Interdisciplinary Research, Jour Fixe of the ZiF research group on "Competition and Priority Control in Mind and Brain", Bielefeld, Germany (2013)
  2. Vortrag
    Rothe-Wulf, A.; Dittrich, K.; Klauer, K. C.; Prinz, W.; Dolk, T.: Social Simon Effects in the light of dimensional overlap. 55. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Vienna, Austria (2013)
  3. Vortrag
    Stenzel, A.; Dolk, T.; Liepelt, R.: The contribution of conceptual and perceptual similarity to the social Simon Effect. 55. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Vienna, Austria (2013)
  4. 2012
    Vortrag
    Dolk, T.; Hommel, B.; Prinz, W.; Liepelt, R.: From the bottom to the top: Non-social salient action events induce referential coding in a go-nogo Simon task. 54. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Mannheim, Germany (2012)
  5. 2011
    Vortrag
    Dolk, T.: The referential coding account: Low-level feature binding mechanisms underlying the go-nogo Simon effect. Lecture, Cognitive Psychology Unit, Leiden University, the Netherlands. (2011)
  6. Vortrag
    Dolk, T.: Toward the underlying mechanism of the go-nogo Simon effect (cSE). Lecture: "Action, Intention, and Motor Control", Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. (2011)
  7. Vortrag
    Dolk, T.; Hommel, B.; Prinz, W.; Liepelt, R.: Salient events induce referential coding in go-nogo tasks. 4th Joint Action Meeting , Vienna, Austria (2011)
  8. 2010
    Vortrag
    Dolk, T.: Wie sozial ist der soziale Simon Effekt? Lecture, Marburg, Germany (2010)

Poster (9)

  1. 2013
    Poster
    Dolk, T.; Liepelt, R.; Hommel, B.; Prinz, W.: The cross-modal go-nogo Simon effect. 5th Joint Action Meeting, Berlin, Germany (2013)
  2. 2012
    Poster
    Dolk, T.; Liepelt, R.; Hommel, B.; Prinz, W.: The cross-modal go-nogo Simon effect: Salient stimulus events induce referential response coding in the go-nogo Simon task. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN, USA (2012)
  3. Poster
    Ragert, P.; Liepelt, R.; Prinz, W.; Villringer, A.; Dolk, T.: Morphometric gray matter alterations influence the social Simon effect. 18th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Beijing, China (2012)
  4. 2011
    Poster
    Dolk, T.; Liepelt, R.; Hommel, B.; Prinz, W.: Referential response coding in the go-nogo Simon task. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, WA, USA (2011)
  5. Poster
    Dolk, T.; Hommel, B.; Prinz, W.; Liepelt, R.: Demystifying the social Simon effect. 17th Meeting of the European Society for Cognitve Psychology (ESCoP), San Sebastian, Spain (2011)
  6. Poster
    Dolk, T.; Hommel, B.; Prinz, W.; Liepelt, R.: The social Simon effect revisited. 37. Tagung "Psychologie und Gehirn", Heidelberg, Germany (2011)
  7. 2010
    Poster
    Dolk, T.; Hommel, B.; Colzato, L.; Schütz-Bosbach, S.; Prinz, W.; Liepelt, R.: How social is the social Simon effect? The Embodied Mind: Perspectives and Limitations, Nijmegen, the Netherlands (2010)
  8. Poster
    Dolk, T.; Hommel, B.; Colzato, L.; Schütz-Bosbach, S.; Prinz, W.; Liepelt, R.: How social is the social Simon effect? Discos - International Conference on Intersubjectivity and the Self, Budapest, Hungary (2010)
  9. Poster
    Dolk, T.; Hommel, B.; Colzato, L.; Schütz-Bosbach, S.; Prinz, W.; Liepelt, R.: Wie sozial ist der soziale Simon Effekt? 52. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Saarbruecken, Germany (2010)

Hochschulschrift (1)

  1. 2008
    Hochschulschrift
    Dolk, T.: „Spiel oder Tanz?“ Der Einfluss sprachbegleitender Gesten auf das Sprachverstehen von Menschen mit Hörbeeinträchtigung.Untersuchungen mit ereigniskorrelierten Potenzialen des Elektroenzephalogramms. Martin-Luther-Universität Halle/Wittenberg (2008)

Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit (1)

  1. 2013
    Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit
    Dolk, T.: A referential coding account for the social Simon effect. Dissertation, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig (2013)
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