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1 Behavioral and occupational therapy for dementia patients and caregivers Frankenstein, Lou L.* et al. 2020
2 Die Einstellung von Patienten in geriatrischer Rehabilitation zu Pflegeheimen Schwind, Natalie* et al. 2020
3 Dimensions of work-related age stereotypes and in-group favoritism Kleissner, Verena* et al. 2020
4 Implicit and explicit age cues influence the evaluation of job applications Kleissner, Verena* et al. 2020
5 Implicit and Explicit Measurement of Work-Related Age Attitudes and Age Stereotypes Kleissner, Verena* et al. 2020
6 "Nach Ihnen": Verkörperte digitale Technologien in Hybridgesellschaften der Zukunft Jahn, Georg 2019
7 Dimensions of Work-Related Age Stereotypes and In-Group Favoritism Kleissner, Verena* et al. 2019
8 Mensch-Technik-Interaktion in hybriden Gesellschaften Jahn, Georg et al. 2019
9 Spatial Updating Based on Visually Signaled Self-motion in Virtual Reality Jahn, Georg* et al. 2019
10 A Comparison of a Smartphone App and a Wrist-Worn Fitness Tracker for Self-monitoring of Physical Activity by Older and Younger Users Kupffer, Rebekka et al. 2018
11 Upside-down: Perceived space affects object-based attention Papenmeier, Frank* et al. 2017
12 Watching diagnoses develop: Eye movements reveal symptom processing during diagnostic reasoning Scholz, Agnes* et al. 2017
13 From visual to motor strategies: training in mental rotation of hands Berneiser, Julia* et al. 2016
14 Not FLEXible enough: Exploring the temporal dynamics of attentional reallocations with the multiple object tracking paradigm Meyerhoff, Hauke* et al. 2016
15 The diversity effect in diagnostic reasoning Rebitschek, Felix* et al. 2016
16 Viewpoint matters: Exploring the involvement of reference frames in multiple object tracking from a developmental perspective Brockhoff, Alisa* et al. 2016
17 Biased processing of ambiguous symptoms favors the initially leading hypothesis in sequential diagnostic reasoning Rebitschek, Felix G.* et al. 2015
18 Tracking memory processes during ambiguous symptom processing in sequential diagnostic reasoning Scholz, Agnes et al. 2015
19 Watching diagnoses develop: Eye movements reveal symptom processing during diagnostic reasoning Scholz, Agnes et al. 2015
20 Tracking memory processes during dynamic updating of hypotheses in sequential diagnostic reasoning Scholz, Agnes et al. 2014
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