Dr. Edita Poljac
Phone: +49 761 203 9163
Fax: +49 761 203 2490
Institut für Psychologie
Abt. Allgemeine Psychologie
Engelbergerstr. 41
D-79106 Freiburg


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Motor-cognitive dual task performance: a multidimensional approach

Peter Bublak ( (Jena)
Carsten Klingner ( (Jena)
Otto W. Witte ( (Jena)

Dynamic conflict management: Using performance monitoring to guide stable adjustment in task performance and flexible task selection in self-organized multitasking environments

David Dignath ( (Freiburg)

The influence of sequentially changing reward prospects on cognitive flexibility during (voluntary) task switching

Gesine Dreisbach ( (Regensburg)
Kerstin Fröber ( (Regensburg)

Maintenance and shifting of task-specific sets of stimulus selection in neurologically normal persons and ADHD patients

Caterina Gawrilow ( (Tübingen)
Thomas Jacobsen ( (Hamburg)
Mike Wendt ( (Hamburg)

Effects of modality mappings within working memory on postural control, associated neural correlates, and training-induced modulation of dual-task performance in old age

Urs Granacher ( (Potsdam)
Stephan Heinzel ( (Freie Universität Berlin)
Michael Rapp ( (Potsdam)

The role of separation of representations in sequential actions in multitasking

Hilde Haider ( (Köln)
Robert Gaschler ( (Hagen)

Simultaneous learning of multiple sensorimotor transformations

Mathias Hegele ( (Gießen)

Self-organized versus externally controlled task scheduling when facing multiple cognitive task requirements

Andrea Kiesel ( (Freiburg)

Modality-specific crosstalk in multitasking: Influence of modality compatibility in task switching

Iring Koch ( (Aachen)
Denise Nadine Stephan ( (Aachen)

Flexibility in multitasking: Impact of predictability in visuomotor performance

Stefan Künzell ( (Augsburg)
Markus Raab ( (Köln)

The role of effect monitoring for dual-task performance

Wilfried Kunde ( (Würzburg)
Markus Janczyk ( (Tübingen)

Embodied cognition in multitasking: Stimulus-hand proximity and cognitive control in dual-task performance

Roman Liepelt ( (Köln)
Rico Fischer ( (Greifswald)

Action selection and effect orienting in a multitasking environment

Sarah Lukas ( (Weingarten)

Efficiency and flexibility of different task organization strategies in concurrent dual-task performance: Impact of task characteristics and individual preferences of cognitive control

Dietrich Manzey ( (Berlin)

Task-specific and task-unspecific long term effects of cognitive-motor-multitask training

Hermann Müller ( (Gießen)

Multi-tasking in movement sequence learning

Stefan Panzer ( (Saarbrücken)

Multitasking in a perception-action context

Thomas Schenk ( (München)

Investigating task-order control in multitasking situations

Torsten Schubert  ( (Berlin)
Tilo Strobach ( (Hamburg)
Peter A. Frensch ( (Berlin)

The role of inhibition in human multitasking performance

Stefanie Schuch ( (Aachen)

Causes and consequences of errors in dual-tasking

Marco Steinhauser ( (Eichstätt)

Predictive timing in multi-tasking: Basic mechanisms and temporal flexibility

Roland Thomaschke ( (Freiburg)

Training-induced plasticity of multitasking in everyday-like motor behavior

Claudia Voelcker-Rehage ( (Chemnitz)
Otmar Bock ( (Köln)


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