Edmund Wascher
Edmund Wascher
Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors
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Evidence for an integrative role of P3b in linking reaction to perception
R Verleger, P Jaśkowski, E Wascher
Journal of Psychophysiology 19 (3), 165-181, 2005
5532005
Twin peaks: An ERP study of action planning and control in coacting individuals
N Sebanz, G Knoblich, W Prinz, E Wascher
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (5), 859-870, 2006
2372006
Validity and boundary conditions of automatic response activation in the Simon task.
E Wascher, U Schatz, T Kuder
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 27 (3), 731, 2001
2292001
Frontal theta activity reflects distinct aspects of mental fatigue
E Wascher, B Rasch, J Sänger, S Hoffmann, D Schneider, G Rinkenauer, ...
Biological psychology 96, 57-65, 2014
2002014
The interaction of stimulus-and response-related processes measured by event-related lateralizations of the EEG
E Wascher, B Wauschkuhn
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 99 (2), 149-162, 1996
1621996
Intention-based and stimulus-based mechanisms in action selection
F Waszak, E Wascher, P Keller, I Koch, G Aschersleben, DA Rosenbaum, ...
Experimental brain research 162 (3), 346-356, 2005
1472005
Dynamic aspects of stimulus-response correspondence: evidence for two mechanisms involved in the Simon effect.
K Wiegand, E Wascher
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (3), 453, 2005
1412005
The influence of acute stress on attention mechanisms and its electrophysiological correlates
J Sänger, L Bechtold, D Schoofs, M Blaszkewicz, E Wascher
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 8, 353, 2014
1312014
CNV and temporal uncertainty with ‘ageing’and ‘non-ageing’S1–S2 intervals
P Trillenberg, R Verleger, E Wascher, B Wauschkuhn, K Wessel
Clinical neurophysiology 111 (7), 1216-1226, 2000
1222000
Improvement and impairment of visually guided behavior through LTP-and LTD-like exposure-based visual learning
C Beste, E Wascher, O Güntürkün, HR Dinse
Current Biology 21 (10), 876-882, 2011
942011
Revealing effects of noninformative spatial cues: An EEG study of inhibition of return
E Wascher, SP Tipper
Psychophysiology 41 (5), 716-728, 2004
852004
Tuning perceptual competition
E Wascher, C Beste
Journal of Neurophysiology 103 (2), 1057-1065, 2010
742010
Lateralized human cortical activity for shifting visuospatial attention and initiating saccades
B Wauschkuhn, R Verleger, E Wascher, W Klostermann, M Burk, W Heide, ...
Journal of Neurophysiology 80 (6), 2900-2910, 1998
711998
Visuo‐spatial processing and the N1 component of the ERP
E Wascher, S Hoffmann, J Sänger, M Grosjean
Psychophysiology 46 (6), 1270-1277, 2009
692009
Responses to cued signals in Parkinson's disease. Distinguishing between disorders of cognition and of activation.
E Wascher, R Verleger, P Vieregge, P Jaskowski, S Koch, D Kömpf
Brain: a journal of neurology 120 (8), 1355-1375, 1997
641997
The effects of time on task in response selection-an ERP study of mental fatigue
T Möckel, C Beste, E Wascher
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-9, 2015
622015
Spatial SR compatibility with centrally presented stimuli: An event-related asymmetry study on dimensional overlap
E Wascher, M Reinhard, B Wauschkuhn, R Verleger
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 11 (2), 214-229, 1999
621999
Auditory selective attention is impaired in Parkinson's disease—event-related evidence from EEG potentials
P Vieregge, R Verleger, E Wascher, F Stüven, D Kömpf
Cognitive brain research 2 (2), 117-129, 1994
611994
Localization of temporal preparation effects via trisected reaction time
SA Hackley, A Schankin, A Wohlschlaeger, E Wascher
Psychophysiology 44 (2), 334-338, 2007
592007
Dimensional overlap between arrows as cueing stimuli and responses?: Evidence from contra-ipsilateral differences in EEG potentials
R Verleger, C Vollmer, B Wauschkuhn, RHJ van der Lubbe, E Wascher
Cognitive Brain Research 10 (1-2), 99-109, 2000
592000
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