Judith Schomaker
Judith Schomaker
Leiden University, the Netherlands
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Short-and long-lasting consequences of novelty, deviance and surprise on brain and cognition
J Schomaker, M Meeter
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 55, 268-279, 2015
Exploring a novel environment improves motivation and promotes recall of words
J Schomaker, MLV van Bronkhorst, M Meeter
Frontiers in psychology 5, 918, 2014
Novelty enhances visual perception
J Schomaker, M Meeter
PloS one 7 (12), e50599, 2012
Novelty detection is enhanced when attention is otherwise engaged: an event-related potential study
J Schomaker, M Meeter
Experimental Brain Research 232 (3), 995-1011, 2014
Attention in natural scenes: affective-motivational factors guide gaze independently of visual salience
J Schomaker, D Walper, BC Wittmann, W Einhäuser
Vision Research 133, 161-175, 2017
Novelty processing and memory formation in Parkinson׳ s disease
J Schomaker, HW Berendse, EMJ Foncke, YD van der Werf, ...
Neuropsychologia 62, 124-136, 2014
Expecting the unexpected: The effects of deviance on novelty processing.
J Schomaker, R Roos, M Meeter
Behavioral Neuroscience 128 (2), 146, 2014
Facilitation of responses by task-irrelevant complex deviant stimuli
J Schomaker, M Meeter
Acta psychologica 148, 74-80, 2014
Unexplored territory: Beneficial effects of novelty on memory
J Schomaker
Neurobiology of learning and memory 161, 46-50, 2019
The evaluation of a brand association density metric
M Vriens, S Chen, J Schomaker
Journal of Product & Brand Management, 2019
What I see is what I want: Top-down attention biasing choice behavior
M Vriens, C Vidden, J Schomaker
Journal of Business Research 111, 262-269, 2020
Predicting the unknown: Novelty processing depends on expectations
J Schomaker, M Meeter
Brain research 1694, 140-148, 2018
It is all me: the effect of viewpoint on visual–vestibular recalibration
J Schomaker, J Tesch, HH Bülthoff, JP Bresciani
Experimental brain research 213 (2-3), 245, 2011
Memory performance for everyday motivational and neutral objects is dissociable from attention
J Schomaker, BC Wittmann
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 11, 121, 2017
Happier, faster: Developmental changes in the effects of mood and novelty on responses
J Schomaker, M Rangel-Gomez, M Meeter
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (1), 37-47, 2016
Motivational objects in natural scenes (MONS): A database of> 800 objects
J Schomaker, EM Rau, W Einhäuser, BC Wittmann
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1669, 2017
What's new? The interaction between novelty and cognition
J Schomaker
The relationship between response time and the strength of top-down attentional control: An ERP study
J Schomaker
Journal of European Psychology Students 1 (1), 2009
Effects of active exploration on novelty-related declarative memory enhancement
J Schomaker, BC Wittmann
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 179, 107403, 2021
The effects of exploring novel environments on learning
J Schomaker, E Rau, BC Wittmann
Brain and Cognition 137, 2019
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