Michael Zehetleitner
Michael Zehetleitner
Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Verified email at ku.de
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Sequential hypothesis testing with Bayes factors: Efficiently testing mean differences.
FD Schönbrodt, EJ Wagenmakers, M Zehetleitner, M Perugini
Psychological methods 22 (2), 322, 2017
Attentional capture by salient color singleton distractors is modulated by top-down dimensional set.
HJ Müller, T Geyer, M Zehetleitner, J Krummenacher
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (1), 1, 2009
Stimulus saliency modulates pre-attentive processing speed in human visual cortex
T Töllner, M Zehetleitner, K Gramann, HJ Müller
PLoS One 6 (1), e16276, 2011
Top-down dimensional weight set determines the capture of visual attention: Evidence from the PCN component
T Töllner, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Cerebral Cortex 22 (7), 1554-1563, 2012
Dissociable effects of valence and arousal in adaptive executive control
C Kuhbandner, M Zehetleitner
PloS one 6 (12), e29287, 2011
Competitive guided search: Meeting the challenge of benchmark RT distributions
R Moran, M Zehetleitner, HJ Mueller, M Usher
Journal of Vision 13 (8), 24-24, 2013
Contextual cueing of pop-out visual search: When context guides the deployment of attention
T Geyer, M Zehetleitner, HJ Müller
Journal of vision 10 (5), 20-20, 2010
Serial vs. parallel models of attention in visual search: accounting for benchmark RT-distributions
R Moran, M Zehetleitner, HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller, M Usher
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (5), 1300-1315, 2016
Search efficiency as a function of target saliency: The transition from inefficient to efficient search and beyond.
HR Liesefeld, R Moran, M Usher, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (6), 821, 2016
Top-down control of attention: It's gradual, practice-dependent, and hierarchically organized.
M Zehetleitner, H Goschy, HJ Müller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (4), 941, 2012
Top-down weighting of visual dimensions: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence
T Töllner, M Zehetleitner, K Gramann, HJ Müller
Vision research 50 (14), 1372-1381, 2010
Probability cueing of distractor locations: both intertrial facilitation and statistical learning mediate interference reduction
H Goschy, S Bakos, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1195, 2014
Visual search for feature singletons: Multiple mechanisms produce sequence effects in visual search
D Rangelov, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner
Journal of Vision 13 (3), 22-22, 2013
A comparison between a visual analogue scale and a four point scale as measures of conscious experience of motion
M Rausch, M Zehetleitner
Consciousness and cognition 28, 126-140, 2014
Being confident without seeing: what subjective measures of visual consciousness are about
M Zehetleitner, M Rausch
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (7), 1406-1426, 2013
Salience-based selection: Attentional capture by distractors less salient than the target
M Zehetleitner, AI Koch, H Goschy, HJ Müller
PLoS One 8 (1), e52595, 2013
Perceptual basis of redundancy gains in visual pop-out search
T Töllner, M Zehetleitner, J Krummenacher, HJ Müller
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (1), 137-150, 2011
Awareness in contextual cueing of visual search as measured with concurrent access-and phenomenal-consciousness tasks
B Schlagbauer, HJ Müller, M Zehetleitner, T Geyer
Journal of Vision 12 (11), 25-25, 2012
What are task-sets: a single, integrated representation or a collection of multiple control representations?
D Rangelov, T Töllner, HJ Mueller, M Zehetleitner
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 524, 2013
The detection of feature singletons defined in two dimensions is based on salience summation, rather than on serial exhaustive or interactive race architectures
M Zehetleitner, J Krummenacher, HJ Müller
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 71 (8), 1739-1759, 2009
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