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Journal Article (2)

  1. Journal Article
    Holländer, A.; Jung, C.; Prinz, W.: Covert motor activity on NoGo trials in a task sharing paradigm: Evidence from the lateralized readiness potential. Experimental Brain Research 211 (3-4), pp. 345 - 356 (2011)
  2. Journal Article
    Jung, C.; Holländer, A.; Müller, K.; Prinz, W.: Sharing a bimanual task between two: Evidence of temporal alignment in interpersonal coordination. Experimental Brain Research 211 (3-4), pp. 471 - 482 (2011)

Book Chapter (1)

  1. Book Chapter
    Jung, C.; Sparenberg, P.: Cognitive perspectives on embodiment. In: Body memory, metaphor and movement, pp. 141 - 154 (Eds. Koch, S. C.; Fuchs, T.; Summa, M.; Müller, C.). John Benjamins, Amsterdam (2012)

Meeting Abstract (4)

  1. Meeting Abstract
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: Jeder für sich und doch gemeinsam - Aufgabenteilung und Synchronisierung bei Zielbewegungen, die von zwei Personen gleichzeitig ausgeführt werden. In Tagungsprogramm und Abstracts der 51. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psycholog/innen, p. 111. Pabst Science Publishers, Lengerich (2009)
  2. Meeting Abstract
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: To sync or not to sync: Timing and symmetry of movements in real-time interaction. In Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society, p. 125. Psychonomic Society Publication, Boston (2009)
  3. Meeting Abstract
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: Bimanual coordination between individuals: Do we represent the task of a coacting partner? In International Journal of Psychology, 43 (3/4), p. 458. (2008)
  4. Meeting Abstract
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: Bimanual coordination between individuals - Investigating task sharing in a reaching task. In Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society, p. 123. Psychonomic Society Publication (2008)

Talk (7)

  1. Talk
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: Co-representing Action Rules in a Shared Bimanual Paradigm. XVI. ESCoP, Krakow (2009)
  2. Talk
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: Joint Action in an Interpersonal Reaching Task - Discovering Coordination, Interference and Facilitation. Doktorandenkolloquium, Delitzsch, Germany (2008)
  3. Talk
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: Acting together in an aiming task. Doktorandenkolloquium, Delitzsch, Germany (2008)
  4. Talk
    Holländer, A.; Jäger, C.; Prinz, W.: Shared representations in coacting individuals. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany (2008)
  5. Talk
    Holländer, A.; Jäger, C.; Prinz, W.: Impact of social setting on action planning and action control. Workshop zum ideomotorischen Prinzip, Weimar, Germany (2008)
  6. Talk
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: No-Go P3 in a shared task EEG experiment. Doktorandenkolloquium, Schloss Machern, Germany (2007)
  7. Talk
    Holländer, A.; Jäger, C.; Prinz, W.: Joint action and co-representation. Agenda 2006, Machern, Germany (2006)

Poster (12)

  1. Poster
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Mueller, K.; Prinz, W.: MY Left Hand does know what YOUR Right Hand is doing. Symposium: The Embodied Mind, Nijmegen, the Netherlands (2010)
  2. Poster
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Mueller, K.; Prinz, W.: MY left hand does know what YOUR right hand is doing. Perception and Action A Conference / Summer School , ZiF, Bielefeld, Germany (2010)
  3. Poster
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Mueller, K.; Prinz, W.: If I am on your wavelength I know what you are going to do! Small Group Meeting "Body memory", Heidelberg, Germany (2010)
  4. Poster
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: To Sync or Not to Sync: Timing and Symmetry of Movements in Real-Time Interaction. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston (2009)
  5. Poster
    Jäger, C.; Holländer, A.; Prinz, W.: Interpersonal coordination and interference: Synchronization and task sharing in a shared bimanual reaching paradigm. 3rd Joint Action Meeting (JAM), Amsterdam, NL (2009)
  6. Poster
    Holländer, A.; Jäger, C.; Lepsien, J.; Prinz, W.: Impact of social setting on action planning. 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington D.C., USA (2008)
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