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Stefan Berti
Stefan Berti
Department of Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany
Verified email at uni-mainz.de
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Working memory controls involuntary attention switching: evidence from an auditory distraction paradigm
S Berti, E Schröger
European Journal of Neuroscience 17 (5), 1119-1122, 2003
3292003
A comparison of auditory and visual distraction effects: behavioral and event-related indices
S Berti, E Schröger
Cognitive Brain Research 10 (3), 265-273, 2001
2822001
Bottom-up influences on working memory: behavioral and electrophysiological distraction varies with distractor strength.
S Berti, U Roeber, E Schröger
Experimental Psychology 51 (4), 249-257, 2004
2132004
Diagnostic subgroups of developmental dyslexia have different deficits in neural processing of tones and phonemes
T Lachmann, S Berti, T Kujala, E Schröger
International Journal of Psychophysiology 56 (2), 105-120, 2005
2042005
The development of involuntary and voluntary attention from childhood to adulthood: a combined behavioral and event-related potential study
N Wetzel, A Widmann, S Berti, E Schröger
Clinical Neurophysiology 117 (10), 2191-2203, 2006
1492006
Cognitive control after distraction: Event‐related brain potentials (ERPs) dissociate between different processes of attentional allocation
S Berti
Psychophysiology 45 (4), 608-620, 2008
1282008
Distraction effects in vision: behavioral and event-related potential indices
S Berti, E Schröger
NeuroReport 15 (4), 665-669, 2004
1092004
Examining task-dependencies of different attentional processes as reflected in the P3a and reorienting negativity components of the human event-related brain potential
L Munka, S Berti
Neuroscience letters 396 (3), 177-181, 2006
1052006
Task relevance and recognition of concealed information have different influences on electrodermal activity and event‐related brain potentials
M Gamer, S Berti
Psychophysiology 47 (2), 355-364, 2010
972010
Auditory distraction with different presentation rates: An event-related potential and behavioral study
U Roeber, S Berti, E Schröger
Clinical Neurophysiology 114 (2), 341-349, 2003
782003
Event-related brain potentials dissociate visual working memory processes under categorial and identical comparison conditions
S Berti, HG Geissler, T Lachmann, A Mecklinger
Cognitive Brain Research 9 (2), 147-155, 2000
712000
Visual distraction: a behavioral and event-related brain potential study in humans
S Berti, E Schröger
NeuroReport 17 (2), 151-156, 2006
692006
The role of auditory transient and deviance processing in distraction of task performance: a combined behavioral and event-related brain potential study
S Berti
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 352, 2013
642013
To switch or not to switch: Brain potential indices of attentional control after task-relevant and task-irrelevant changes of stimulus features
C Holig, S Berti
Brain research 1345, 164-175, 2010
632010
Distraction of task‐relevant information processing by irrelevant changes in auditory, visual, and bimodal stimulus features: A behavioral and event‐related potential study
S Boll, S Berti
Psychophysiology 46 (3), 645-654, 2009
602009
Integration of sensory information precedes the sensation of vection: a combined behavioral and event-related brain potential (ERP) study
B Keshavarz, S Berti
Behavioural brain research 259, 131-136, 2014
572014
Different interference effects in musicians and a control group.
S Berti, S Münzer, E Schröger, T Pechmann
Experimental Psychology 53 (2), 111-116, 2006
562006
Behavioral and event‐related potential distraction effects with regularly occurring auditory deviants
S Jankowiak, S Berti
Psychophysiology 44 (1), 79-85, 2007
552007
Distraction and reorientation in children: a behavioral and ERP study
N Wetzel, S Berti, A Widmann, E Schröger
Neuroreport 15 (8), 1355-1358, 2004
542004
Age dependent changes of distractibility and reorienting of attention revisited: An event-related potential study
S Berti, M Grunwald, E Schröger
Brain Research 1491, 156–166, 2013
522013
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