Dorottya Rusz
Dorottya Rusz
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Reward-associated distractors can harm cognitive performance
D Rusz, E Bijleveld, MAJ Kompier
PloS one 13 (10), 2018
42018
Social smartphone apps do not capture attention despite their perceived high reward value
N Johannes, J Dora, D Rusz
Collabra: Psychology 5 (1), 2019
32019
Understanding desire for food and drink: A grounded cognition approach
EK Papies, L Barsalou, D Rusz
OSF Preprints, 2019
12019
Ruminative minds, wandering minds: Effects of rumination and mind wandering on lexical associations, pitch imitation and eye behaviour
MRD da Silva, D Rusz, M Postma-Nilsenova
PloS one 13 (11), 2018
12018
Reward-driven distraction: A meta-analysis
D Rusz, M Le Pelley, MAJ Kompier, L Mait, E Bijleveld
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Measuring and interpreting cognitive representations of foods and drinks: A procedure for collecting and coding feature listing data
EK Papies, B Tatar, M Keesman, M Best, K Lindner, L Barsalou, D Rusz, ...
OSF Preprints, 2020
2020
Studies on reward-driven distraction
D Rusz
[Sl: sn], 2019
2019
Do reward-related distractors impair cognitive performance? Perhaps not
D Rusz, E Bijleveld, MAJ Kompier
2019
Striving for solid science: Preregistration and direct replication in experimental psychology
D Rusz, EH Bijleveld, MAJ Kompier
SAGE Publications Ltd, 2018
2018
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N Johannes, J Dora, D Rusz, N Johannes, J Dora, D Rusz
Once upon a time: Detecting emotions in Disney animated movies
D Rusz, MD da Silva, E Mouchika, S Justin, A Katopodi, ...
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