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Journal Article (2)

2007
Journal Article
Hackley, S. A.; Schankin, A.; Wohlschläger, A.; Wascher, E.: Localization of temporal preparation effects via trisected reaction time. Psychophysiology 44 (2), pp. 334 - 338 (2007)
Journal Article
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: Electrophysiological correlates of stimulus processing in change blindness. Experimental Brain Research 183 (1), pp. 95 - 105 (2007)

Book (1)

2005
Book
Schankin, A.: Wie entsteht visuelles Bewusstsein? Eine EKP-Studie zum Zusammenhang zwischen Aufmerksamkeit und Bewusstsein. Cuvillier, Göttingen (2005), 132 pp.

Meeting Abstract (11)

2006
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: What do we and our brain see when we do not expect a stimulus? Results from a lateralized event-related potential study (N2PC). In Psychophysiology, 43 (Supplement 1), pp. S87 - S88. (2006)
2005
Meeting Abstract
Hackley, S.; Wascher, E.; Schankin, A.; Wohlschläger, A.: Localization of temporal preparation effects via trisection of reaction time. In Psychophysiology, 42 (S1), p. S28. (2005)
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: The N2pc as correlate of attentional processes in visual areas that result in awareness. In Psychophysiology, 42 (S1), p. S28. (2005)
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: Die N2pc als Korrelat rekurrenter Prozesse in visuellen Arealen. In Experimentelle Psychologie. Beiträge zur 47. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, p. 172. Pabst, Lengerich (2005)
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: The N2pc as a correlate of recurrent processes in visual areas. In Proceedings of the 8th Tübingen perception conference, p. 57. Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt (2005)
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: The N2pc as correlate of attentional processes in visual areas that result in awareness. In Psychophysiology, 42 (S1), p. S28. (2005)
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: The N2pc component as correlate of recurrent processes in visual areas. In Journal of Psychophysiology, 19 (2), p. 143. (2005)
2004
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: Attention and consciousness in change blindness paradigm. An EEG study. In Journal of Psychophysiology, 18 (4), p. 215. (2004)
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: Die Bedeutung der Aufmerksamkeit für die bewusste Change-Detektion im Change Blindness Paradigma. In 44. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie. 100 Jahre Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie, pp. 301 - 302. Pabst, Lengerich (2004)
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: Die Rolle der Aufmerksamkeit für die bewusste Entdeckung von Veränderungen im Change Blindness Paradigma. In Experimentelle Psychologie. Beiträge zur 46. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, p. 221. Pabst, Lengerich (2004)
Meeting Abstract
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: What do we become aware of? An EEG study of attention and change blindness. In Psychophysiology, 41 (S1), p. S46. (2004)

Talk (2)

2005
Talk
Schankin, A.: Change Blindness, Aufmerksamkeit und die N2pc. Universität Magdeburg (2005)
Talk
Schankin, A.: Rekurrente Prozesse in visuellen Arealen oder Wie entsteht visuelles Bewusstsein. Ruhr-Universität Bochum (2005)

Poster (11)

2006
Poster
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: What do we and our brain see when we do not expect a stimulus? Results from a lateralized event-related potential study (N2PC). 46th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Vancouver, BS, Canada (2006)
2005
Poster
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: The N2pc as a correlate of attentional processes in visual areas that result in awareness. 45th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Lisbon, Portugal (2005)
Poster
Hackley, S.; Wascher, E.; Schankin, A.; Wohlschläger, A.: Localization of temporal preparation effects via trisection of reaction time. 45th annual meeting of the Society of Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Lisbon, Portugal (2005)
Poster
Schankin, A.; Wascher, E.: The N2pc component as correlate of recurrent processes in visual areas. 31. Arbeitstagung Psychophysiologischer Methodik (APM) – 'Psychologie und Gehirn', Bochum, Germany (2005)
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