Rul von Stülpnagel
Rul von Stülpnagel
Center for Cognitive Science, University Freiburg
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How to like yourself better, or chocolate less: Changing implicit attitudes with one IAT task
ID Ebert, MC Steffens, R Von Stülpnagel, P Jelenec
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (5), 1098-1104, 2009
Gaze behavior during incidental and intentional navigation in an outdoor environment
F Wenczel, L Hepperle, R von Stülpnagel
Spatial Cognition & Computation 17 (1-2), 121-142, 2017
Can active navigation be as good as driving? A comparison of spatial memory in drivers and backseat drivers.
R Von Stülpnagel, MC Steffens
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 18 (2), 162, 2012
Memory recall after “learning by doing” and “learning by viewing”: Boundary conditions of an enactment benefit
MC Steffens, R von Stülpnagel, JC Schult
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1907, 2015
Enactment versus observation: Item-specific and relational processing in goal-directed action sequences (and lists of single actions)
J Schult, R von Stülpnagel, MC Steffens
PloS one 9 (6), e99985, 2014
What lab eye tracking tells us about wayfinding a comparison of stationary and mobile eye tracking in a large building scenario
S Schwarzkopf, R von Stülpnagel, SJ Büchner, L Konieczny, G Kallert, ...
Eye Tracking for Spatial Research, Proceedings of the 1st International …, 2013
Prejudiced or just smart?: Intelligence as a confounding factor in the IAT effect.
R von Stülpnagel, MC Steffens
Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology 218 (1), 51, 2010
Active route learning in virtual environments: disentangling movement control from intention, instruction specificity, and navigation control
R von Stülpnagel, MC Steffens
Psychological research 77 (5), 555-574, 2013
Risk perception during urban cycling: An assessment of crowdsourced and authoritative data
R von Stülpnagel, J Krukar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 121, 109-117, 2018
Crash risk and subjective risk perception during urban cycling: Evidence for congruent and incongruent sources
R von Stülpnagel, J Lucas
Accident Analysis & Prevention 142, 105584, 2020
Configurational salience of landmarks: an analysis of sketch maps using Space Syntax
R von Stülpnagel, J Frankenstein
Cognitive processing 16 (1), 437-441, 2015
Memory for salient landmarks: empirical findings and a cognitive model
R Albrecht, R Stuelpnagel
German Conference on Spatial Cognition, 311-325, 2018
Risk perception and gaze behavior during urban cycling–a field study
S Schmidt, R von Stülpnagel
Eye Tracking for Spatial Research, Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop, 2018
How safe do you feel?–A large-scale survey concerning the subjective safety associated with different kinds of cycling lanes
R von Stülpnagel, N Binnig
Accident Analysis & Prevention 167, 106577, 2022
Location Dependent Fixation Analysis with Sight Vectors. Locomotion as a Challenge in Mobile Eye Tracking.
D Müller-Feldmeth, S Schwarzkopf, SJ Büchner, C Hölscher, G Kallert, ...
ET4S@ GIScience, 67-71, 2014
Gaze behavior during urban cycling: Effects of subjective risk perception and vista space properties
R von Stülpnagel
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 75, 222-238, 2020
Supra-individual consistencies in navigator-driven landmark placement for spatial learning
R von Stülpnagel, S Kuliga, SJ Büchner, C Hölscher
Your neighbourhood is not a circle, and you are not its centre
R von Stülpnagel, D Brand, AK Seemann
Journal of Environmental Psychology 66, 101349, 2019
Cognitive costs of encoding novel natural activities: Can “learning by doing” be distracting and deceptive?
R von Stülpnagel, JC Schult, C Richter, MC Steffens
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (8), 1545-1563, 2016
Risk perception during urban cycling in volunteered geographic information and in the lab: Effects of the vista space’s spatial properties
R Von Stülpnagel, K Schmid
Journal of location based services 13 (1), 1-24, 2019
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