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Journal Article (31)

  1. 2006
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    Kerzel, D.; Weigelt, M.; Bosbach, S.: Estimating the quantitative relation between incongruent information and response time. Acta Psychologica 122 (3), pp. 267 - 279 (2006)
  2. 2005
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    Bosbach, S.; Prinz, W.; Kerzel, D.: Is direction position? Position- and direction-based compatibility effects in tasks with moving stimuli. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Section A: Human Psychology 58A (3), pp. 467 - 506 (2005)
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    Bosbach, S.; Prinz, W.; Kerzel, D.: Movement-based compatibility in simple response tasks. The European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 17 (5), pp. 695 - 707 (2005)
  4. 2004
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    Bosbach, S.; Prinz, W.; Kerzel, D.: A Simon-effect with stationary moving stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 30 (1), pp. 39 - 55 (2004)
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    Müsseler, J.; Kerzel, D.: The trial context determines adjusted localization of stimuli: Reconciling the Fröhlich and Onset Repulsion Effect. Vision Research 44 (19), pp. 2201 - 2206 (2004)
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    Müsseler, J.; van der Heijden, A. H. C.; Kerzel, D.: Visual space perception and action: Introductory remarks. Visual Cognition 11 (2-3), pp. 129 - 136 (2004)
  7. 2003
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    Kerzel, D.: Asynchronous perception of motion and luminance change. Psychological Research 67 (4), pp. 233 - 239 (2003)
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    Kerzel, D.: Attention maintains mental extrapolation of target position: Irrelevant distractors eliminate forward displacement after implied motion. Cognition 88 (1), pp. 109 - 131 (2003)
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    Kerzel, D.: Centripetal force draws the eyes, not memory for the target, toward the center. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (3), pp. 458 - 466 (2003)
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    Kerzel, D.: Mental extrapolation of target position is strongest with weak motion signals and motor responses. Vision Research 43 (25), pp. 2323 - 2635 (2003)
  11. 2002
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    Kerzel, D.: A matter of design: No representational momentum without expectancy. Visual Cognition 9 (1-2), pp. 66 - 80 (2002)
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    Kerzel, D.: Attention shifts and memory averaging. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Section A: Human Experimental Psychology 55A (2), pp. 425 - 443 (2002)
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    Kerzel, D.: Different localization of motion onset with pointing and relative judgements. Experimental Brain Research 145 (3), pp. 340 - 350 (2002)
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    Kerzel, D.; Müsseler, J.: Effects of stimulus material on the Fröhlich illusion. Vision Research 42 (2), pp. 181 - 189 (2002)
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    Kerzel, D.: Evidence for effects of phonological correspondence between visible speech and written syllables. Psychological Research 66 (3), pp. 195 - 200 (2002)
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    Kerzel, D.: Memory for the position of stationary objects: Disentangling foveal bias and memory averaging. Vision Research 42 (2), pp. 159 - 167 (2002)
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    Kerzel, D.: 'Representational Momentum': Wahrnehmung oder Kognition? Psychologische Rundschau 53 (3), pp. 101 - 108 (2002)
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    Kerzel, D.: The locus of 'memory displacement' is at least partially perceptual: Effects of velocity, expectation, friction, memory averaging, and weight. Perception and Psychophysics 64 (4), pp. 680 - 692 (2002)
  19. Journal Article
    Müsseler, J.; Stork, S.; Kerzel, D.: Comparing mislocalizations with moving stimuli. The Fröhlich effect, the flash-lag effect, and representational momentum. Visual Cognition 9 (1-2), pp. 120 - 138 (2002)
  20. 2001
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    Kerzel, D.; Hommel, B.; Bekkering, H.: A Simon effect by induced motion and location: Evidence for a direct linkage between cognitive and motor maps. Perception and Psychophysics 63 (5), pp. 862 - 874 (2001)
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