Lena Nadarevic
Lena Nadarevic
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Multinomial processing tree models: A review of the literature
E Erdfelder, TS Auer, BE Hilbig, A Aßfalg, M Moshagen, L Nadarevic
Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology 217 (3), 108-124, 2009
Unveiling the truth: Warnings reduce the repetition-based truth effect
L Nadarevic, A Aßfalg
Psychological Research 81 (4), 814-826, 2017
Spinoza’s error: Memory for truth and falsity
L Nadarevic, E Erdfelder
Memory & Cognition 41 (2), 176-186, 2013
Initial judgment task and delay of the final validity-rating task moderate the truth effect
L Nadarevic, E Erdfelder
Consciousness and Cognition 23, 74-84, 2014
Cognitive processes in implicit attitude tasks: An experimental validation of the Trip Model
L Nadarevic, E Erdfelder
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (2), 254-268, 2011
A word of warning: Instructions and feedback cannot prevent the revelation effect
A Aßfalg, L Nadarevic
Consciousness and Cognition 34, 75-86, 2015
Bald and bad? Experimental evidence for a dual-process account of baldness stereotyping
D Kranz, L Nadarevic, E Erdfelder
Experimental Psychology 66 (5), 331-345, 2019
Foreign language reduces the longevity of the repetition-based truth effect
L Nadarevic, S Plier, I Thielmann, S Darancó
Acta Psychologica 191, 149-159, 2018
More evidence against the Spinozan model: Cognitive load diminishes memory for “true” feedback
L Nadarevic, E Erdfelder
Memory & cognition 47 (7), 1386-1400, 2019
Emotionally enhanced memory for negatively arousing words: storage or retrieval advantage?
L Nadarevic
Cognition and Emotion 31, 1557-1570, 2017
Perceived truth of statements and simulated social media postings: an experimental investigation of source credibility, repeated exposure, and presentation format
L Nadarevic, R Reber, AJ Helmecke, D Köse
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 5 (1), 1-16, 2020
The truth revisited: Bayesian analysis of individual differences in the truth effect
M Schnuerch, L Nadarevic, JN Rouder
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 28 (3), 750-765, 2021
Easy on the mind, easy on the wrongdoer? No evidence for perceptual fluency effects on moral wrongness ratings
L Nadarevic, M Kroneisen
Cognition 196, 104156, 2020
Die Wahrheitsillusion
L Nadarevic
Köster, 2010
In Colore Veritas? Color effects on the speed and accuracy of true/false responses
L Nadarevic, N Symeonidou, A Kias
Psychological Research, 1-18, 2021
How explicit warnings reduce the truth effect: A multinomial modeling approach
F Calio, L Nadarevic, J Musch
Acta Psychologica 211, 103185, 2020
Are there interindividual and situational moderators of the truth effect?
L Nadarevic, E Erdfelder
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