Heinrich R. Liesefeld
Heinrich R. Liesefeld
General and Experimental Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
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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
662016
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
632016
Intercommunication between prefrontal and posterior brain regions for protecting visual working memory from distractor interference
AM Liesefeld, HR Liesefeld, HD Zimmer
Psychological Science 25 (2), 325-333, 2014
452014
Combining speed and accuracy to control for speed-accuracy trade-offs (?)
HR Liesefeld, M Janczyk
Behavior Research Methods 51 (1), 40-60, 2019
442019
Attentional capture in visual search: Capture and post-capture dynamics revealed by EEG
HR Liesefeld, AM Liesefeld, T Töllner, HJ Müller
NeuroImage 156, 166-173, 2017
412017
Think spatial: The representation in mental rotation is nonvisual.
HR Liesefeld, HD Zimmer
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 39 (1), 167, 2013
282013
Region-based shielding of visual search from salient distractors: Target detection is impaired with same-but not different-dimension distractors
M Sauter, HR Liesefeld, M Zehetleitner, HJ Müller
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80 (3), 622-642, 2018
252018
Distractor handling via dimension weighting
HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller
Current opinion in psychology 29, 160-167, 2019
232019
Fast and careless or careful and slow? Apparent holistic processing in mental rotation is explained by speed-accuracy trade-offs.
HR Liesefeld, X Fu, HD Zimmer
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 41 (4), 1140, 2015
212015
The advantage of mentally rotating clockwise
HR Liesefeld, HD Zimmer
Brain and cognition 75 (2), 101-110, 2011
202011
Learning to suppress salient distractors in the target dimension: Region-based inhibition is persistent and transfers to distractors in a nontarget dimension.
M Sauter, HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2019
172019
Positionspapier zur Lage der Allgemeinen Psychologie
C Bermeitinger, B Kaup, A Kiesel, I Koch, W Kunde, J Müsseler, ...
Psychologische Rundschau, 2016
172016
Estimating the timing of cognitive operations with MEG/EEG latency measures: a primer, a brief tutorial, and an implementation of various methods
HR Liesefeld
Frontiers in neuroscience 12, 765, 2018
162018
Probability cueing of singleton-distractor locations in visual search: Priority-map-versus dimension-based inhibition?
B Zhang, F Allenmark, HR Liesefeld, Z Shi, HJ Müller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 45 (9 …, 2019
152019
Biasing allocations of attention via selective weighting of saliency signals: Behavioral and neuroimaging evidence for the dimension-weighting account
HR Liesefeld, AM Liesefeld, S Pollmann, HJ Müller
Processes of Visuospatial Attention and Working Memory, 87-113, 2018
152018
A theoretical attempt to revive the serial/parallel-search dichotomy
HR Liesefeld, HJ Müller
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82 (1), 228-245, 2020
112020
Distractor-interference reduction is dimensionally constrained
HR Liesefeld, AM Liesefeld, HJ Müller
Visual Cognition 27 (3-4), 247-259, 2019
102019
Attentional enhancement for positive and negative tones at an early stage of auditory processing
T Folyi, HR Liesefeld, D Wentura
Biological psychology 114, 23-32, 2016
92016
Probability cueing of singleton-distractor regions in visual search: the locus of spatial distractor suppression is determined by colour swapping
F Allenmark, B Zhang, HR Liesefeld, Z Shi, HJ Müller
Visual Cognition 27 (5-8), 576-594, 2019
72019
Two good reasons to say ‘change!’–ensemble representations as well as item representations impact standard measures of VWM capacity
HR Liesefeld, AM Liesefeld, HJ Müller
British Journal of Psychology 110 (2), 328-356, 2019
72019
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