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Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

  • Zhang, L., Schlaghecken, F., Harte, J., & Roberts, K. (in press). The influence of the type of background noise on perceptual learning of speech in noise. Frontiers in Neuroscience.
  • Schlaghecken, F., & Maylor, E. A. (2020). When Awareness Gets in the Way: Reactivation Aversion Effects Resolve the Generality/Specificity Paradox in Sensorimotor Interference Tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149, 2020-2045. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/xge0000755. ['Kudos'-page with links to paper & data]
  • Mantantzis, K., & Schlaghecken, F., & Maylor, E. A. (2019). Sugar rush or sugar crash? A meta-analysis of carbohydrate effects on mood. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 101, 45-67. Sugar rush or sugar crash? A meta-analysis of carbohydrate effects on mood - ScienceDirect
  • Mantantzis, K., & Schlaghecken, F., & Maylor, E. A. (2018). Heart rate variability predicts older adults’ avoidance of negativity. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 75, 1679-1688. https://doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gby148 
  • Mantantzis, K., Maylor, E. A., & Schlaghecken, F. (2018). Gain Without Pain: Glucose Promotes Cognitive Engagement and Protects Positive Affect in Older Adults. Psychology and Aging, 33, 789–797 [Abstract]
  • Schlaghecken, F., Blagrove, E., Mantantzis, K., Maylor, E.A., & Watson, D.G. (2017). Look on the Bright Side: Positivity Bias Modulates Interference Effects in the Simon Task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146, 763-770. [accepted draft]
  • Mantantzis, K., Schlaghecken, F., & Maylor, E.A. (2017). Food for happy thought: glucose protects age-related positivity effects under cognitive load. Psychology and Aging, 32, 203-209. ISSN 0882-7974. [Abstract]
  • Yang, J., Singh, H., Hines, E. L., Schlaghecken, F., Iliescu, D. D., Leeson, M. S., & Stocks, N. G. (2012). Channel selection and classification of electroencephalogram signals: an artificial neural network and genetic algorithm-based approach. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 55, 117-126. [preview]
  • Schlaghecken, F., Birak, K. S., Maylor, E. A. (2012). Age-Related Deficits in Efficiency of Low-Level Lateral Inhibition. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6, 00102. [doi=10.3389/fnhum.2012.00102]
  • Ng, J., Chan, H. Y., & Schlaghecken, F. (2012). Dissociating effects of subclinical anxiety and depression on cognitive control. Advances in Cognitive Psychology. 8, 38-49. [pdf]
  • Schlaghecken, F., & Martini, P. (2012). Context, not conflict, drives cognitive control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 272-278. [pdf]
  • Schlaghecken, F., Birak, K. S., Maylor, E. A. (2011). Age-related deficits in low-level inhibitory motor control. Psychology and Aging, 26, 905-918. [pdf]
  • Schlaghecken, F., Refaat, M. & Maylor, E. A. (2011). Multiple Systems for Cognitive Control: Evidence from a Hybrid Prime-Simon Task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 37, 1542-1553. [pdf]
  • Maylor, E. A., Birak, K. S. & Schlaghecken, F. (2011). Inhibitory Motor Control in Old Age: Evidence for De-Automatization? Frontiers in Cognition, 2, 132. [doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00132]
  • Wilson, A., Tresilian, J. R., & Schlaghecken, F. (2011). The Masked Priming Toolbox: An Open Source Matlab Toolbox for Masked Priming Researchers. Behavior Research Methods, 43, 210-214. doi:10.3758/s13428-010-0034-z. pdf
  • Wilson, A., Tresilian, J. R., & Schlaghecken, F. (2010). Continuous priming effects on discrete response choices. Brain & Cognition, 74, 152–159. pdf
  • Nash, R. A., Bryer, O. M., & Schlaghecken, F. (2010). Look who’s talking! Facial appearance can bias source monitoring. Memory, 18, 451-457. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F., Klapp, S., & Maylor, E. A. (2009). Either or Neither, But Not Both: Locating the Effects of Masked Primes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 276, 515-521. pdf
  • Chen, Y.-N., Mitra, S., & Schlaghecken, F. (2008). Sub-processes of working memory in the n-back task: An investigation using ERPs. Clinical Neurophysiology, 119, toolb1546-1559.
  • Schlaghecken, F., Blagrove, E., & Maylor, E. A. (2008). No difference between conscious and nonconscious visuomotor control: Evidence from perceptual learning in the masked prime task. Consciousness and Cognition, 17, 84-93. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F., Blagrove, E., & Maylor, E. A. (2007). Incidental learning of S-R contingencies in the masked prime task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 33, 1177-1188. pdf
  • Chen, Y.-N., Mitra, S., & Schlaghecken, F. (2007). Interference from the irrelevant domain in n-back tasks: An ERP study. Acta Neurologica Taiwanica, 16, 125-135.
  • Schlaghecken, F., Rowley, L., Sembi, S., Simmons, R., & Whitcomb, D. (2007). The negative compatibility effect: A case for inhibition. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 3, 227-240. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Eimer, M. (2006). Active masks and active inhibition: A comment on Lleras and Enns (2004) and on Verleger, Jaśkowski, Aydemir, van der Lubbe, and Groen (2004). Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 135, 484-494. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F., Bowman, H., & Eimer, M. (2006). Dissociating activation, inhibition, and disinhibition in low-level motor control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 32, 618-632. pdf Correct Figure 6 
  • Bowman, H., Schlaghecken, F. & Eimer, M. (2006). A neural network model of inhibitory processes in subliminal priming. Visual Cognition, 13, 401-418. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Sisman, R. (2006). Subliminal response priming in children: Evidence for a subcortical locus of the negative compatibility effect. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 2, 7-19. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Maylor, E.A. (2005). Motor control in old age: Evidence of impaired low-level inhibition. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 60, 158-161. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Eimer, M. (2004). Subliminal stimuli can bias ‘free’ choices between response alternatives. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 11, 463-468. pdf
  • Eimer, M. & Schlaghecken, F. (2003). Response facilitation and inhibition in subliminal priming. Biological Psychology, 64, 7-26. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F., Münchau, A., Bloem, B., Rothwell, J.C., & Eimer, M. (2003). Slow frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation affects reaction times, but not priming effects, in a masked prime task. Clinical Neurophysiology, 114, 1272-1277. pdf
  • Aron, A., Schlaghecken, F., Fletcher, P., Bullmore, E., Eimer, M., Barker, R., Sahakian, B., & Robbins, T. (2003). Inhibition of subliminally primed responses is mediated by the caudate and thalamus: evidence from fMRI and Huntington's disease. Brain, 126, 713-723. pdf
  • Eimer, M. & Schlaghecken, F. (2002). Links between conscious awareness and response inhibition: Evidence from masked priming. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 9, 514-520. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Eimer, M. (2002). Motor activation with and without inhibition: Evidence for a threshold mechanism in motor control. Perception & Psychophysics, 64, 148-162. pdf
  • Eimer, M., Schubö, A., & Schlaghecken, F. (2002). The locus of inhibition in the masked priming of response alternatives. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 34, 3-10. pdf
  • Eimer, M. & Schlaghecken, F. (2001). Response facilitation and inhibition in manual, vocal, and oculomotor performance: Evidence for a modality-unspecific mechanism. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 33, 16-26. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Eimer, M. (2001). Partial response activation to masked primes is not dependent on response readiness. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 92, 208-222. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F., Meinecke, C., & Schröger, E. (2001). Processing spatial and temporal discontinuities: Electrophysiological indicators. Journal of Psychophysiology, 15, 80-94. pdf
  • Schubö, A., Schlaghecken, F., & Meinecke, C. (2001). Learning to ignore the mask in texture segmentation tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 27, 919-931. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F., Stürmer, B., & Eimer, M. (2000). Chunking processes in the learning of event sequences. Memory & Cognition, 28, 821-831. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Eimer, M. (2000). A central/peripheral asymmetry in subliminal priming. Perception & Psychophysics, 62, 1367-1382. pdf
  • Piroth, H.G., & Schlaghecken, F. (1999). Time order error in speech perception: Electrophysiological evidence. Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. San Francisco 1999, Vol. 3, 2089-2092. (Paper presented at the ICPhS, San Francisco, 1.-7. August 1999). pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. (1998). On processing BEASTS and BIRDS: An event-related potential study on the representation of taxonomic structure. Brain & Language, 64, 53-82. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Bölte, J. (1998). Assoziationsklassen bei Basis- und Oberbegriffen [Association classes for basic level terms and superordinate terms]. Sprache & Kognition, 17, 21-40. pdf
  • Eimer, M. & Schlaghecken, F. (1998). Effects of masked stimuli on motor activation: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 24, 1737-1747. pdf
  • Schlaghecken, F. & Eimer, M. (1997). The influence of subliminally presented primes on response preparation. Sprache & Kognition, 16, 166-175. pdf
  • Eimer, M., Goschke, T., Schlaghecken, F. & Stürmer, B. (1996). Explicit and implicit learning of event sequences: Evidence from a psychophysiological study. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 22, 970-987. [abstract] pdf

Other Publications:

  • Al Naher, A., Schlaghecken, F., Barber, T., & Kumar, S. (2016). Modulation of metabolic rate in response to a simple cognitive task. Archives of Medicine, 8 (4).
  • Zhang, L., Schlaghecken, F, Harte, J. (2013). Generalization resulting from training on a SAM-detection task to a SAM-rate discrimination task with different depths. 4th International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research, p.61-69.
  • Dwyer, L., Moody, L., Schlaghecken, F., & Wallace, L. M. (2013). Design of a safer radiotherapy interface.
    Proceedings of the Second European conference on Design 4 Health 2013, 3-5 July 2013, Sheffield, UK.
  • Maylor, E., Schlaghecken, F., & Watson, D.G. (2005). Aging and Inhibitory Processes in Memory, Attentional, and Motor Tasks. In R.W. Engle, G. Sedek, U. v. Hecker, & D.N. McIntosh (eds.) Cognitive Limitations in Aging and Psychopathology, Chapter 12, pp. 313-345. [draft]
  • Bowman, H., Aron, A., Eimer, M. & Schlaghecken, F. (2002). Neural Network Modelling of Visuomotor Control. In J.A. Bullinaria & W. Lowe (eds.). Proceedings of the Seventh Neural Computation and Psy-chology Workshop: Connectionist Models of Cognition and Perception (pp.209-222). World Scientific, February 2002 (Paper presented at the 7th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop, Brighton, 17. – 19. September 2001).
  • Bowman, H., Aron, A., Eimer, M., & Schlaghecken, F. (2001). A connectionist model of inhibitory proc-esses in motor control and its application to a masked priming task. Technical Report 14-01, Computing Laboratory, University of Kent at Canterbury, November 2001.
  • Schlaghecken, F. (1998). Begriffsrepräsentationen im Gedächtnis: Interne Struktur von Basis- und Oberbegriffen [The mental representation of concepts: Internal structure of basic level terms and su-perordinate terms]. Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitäts Verlag.
  • Schlaghecken, F., Aschersleben, G., & Prinz, W. (1997). The N1-P2 component as an indicator of time estimation processes. Max-Planck-Institut fuer Psychologische Forschung, Muenchen.

Posters & Talks

  • Zhang. L., Schlaghecken, F., Jennings, P. (2014). Learning to ignore background noise in VCV test. 5th Annual Conference of the British Society of Audiology, p23.
  • Zhang. L., Schlaghecken, F., Jennings, P. (2014). Learning to ignore the interferer in frozen babble noise using VCV tasks. 8th IEEE PG-Biomed Conference proceedings, p17-18.
  • Kwan, S., Loh, A., & Schlaghecken, F. (2010). Individual Differences in Cognitive Control: Gender, Culture, Languages. Poster presented at the 1st Warwick Workshop on Cognitive Motor Control, University of Warwick, 17th–19th August 2010.
  • Martini, P., & Schlaghecken, F. (2009). Sequential Effects of Prime-Target Compatibility in a Masked Prime Task. (Poster No 53.528) 9th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Florida, May 8th – 13th, 2009.
  • Wilson, A., Tresilian, J. R., & Schlaghecken, F. (2008). Subliminal priming of continuous movement parameters. 49th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, USA, November 13th – 16th, 2008.
  • Birak, K. Singh, Maylor, E. A., & Schlaghecken, F. (2008). Low-level perceptuo-motor control in old age. 49th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, USA, November 13th – 16th, 2008.
  • Schlaghecken, F., Blagrove, E., & Maylor, E.A. (2005). Incidental learning of S-R contingencies in the masked prime task. 46th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, Canada, 10.11.05-13.11.05.
  • Schlaghecken, F., Münchau, A., Bloem, B., Rothwell, J. C., & Eimer, M. (2001). Effects of motor and premotor cortex repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on reaction times in a masked prim-ing task. Poster presented at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Brighton, 10.-14. June 2001.
  • Aron, A.R., Schlaghecken, F., Fletcher, P.C., Bullmore, E.T., Eimer, M., Sahakian, B.J., & T.W. Robbins (2001). Modulation of premotor cortex caused by subliminal priming in a reaction time experiment. Poster presented at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Brighton, 10.-14. June 2001.

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