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Agnes Rosner
Agnes Rosner
Other namesAgnes Scholz
Professor for Cognitive Psychology, Leibniz University Hannover
Verified email at psychologie.uni-hannover.de - Homepage
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Listen up, eye movements play a role in verbal memory retrieval
A Scholz, K Mehlhorn, JF Krems
Psychological research 80, 149-158, 2016
732016
Eye movements reveal memory processes during similarity-and rule-based decision making
A Scholz, B von Helversen, J Rieskamp
Cognition 136, 228-246, 2015
622015
Comparing eye trackers by correlating their eye-metric data
J Titz, A Scholz, P Sedlmeier
Behavior Research Methods 50 (5), 1853-1863, 2018
462018
Covert shifts of attention can account for the functional role of "eye movements to nothing"
A Scholz, A Klichowicz, K Josef
Memory & Cognition 46 (2), 230-243, 2018
462018
Looking at nothing diminishes with practice
A Scholz, K Mehlhorn, F Bocklisch, J Krems
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 33 (33), 2011
262011
Biased processing of ambiguous symptoms favors the initially leading hypothesis in sequential diagnostic reasoning
FG Rebitschek, F Bocklisch, A Scholz, JF Krems, G Jahn
Experimental psychology, 2015
202015
Watching diagnoses develop: Eye movements reveal symptom processing during diagnostic reasoning
A Scholz, JF Krems, G Jahn
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 24 (5), 1398-1412, 2017
152017
The role of vagueness in the numerical translation of verbal probabilities: A fuzzy approach
F Bocklisch, SF Bocklisch, MRK Baumann, A Scholz, JF Krems
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 32 (32), 2010
132010
Eye movements in vehicle control
A Rosner, T Franke, F Platten, C Attig
Eye movement research: An introduction to its scientific foundations and …, 2019
122019
Ambivalence in decision making: An eye tracking study
A Rosner, I Basieva, A Barque-Duran, A Glöckner, B von Helversen, ...
Cognitive Psychology 134, 101464, 2022
102022
Order effects in diagnostic reasoning with four candidate hypotheses
FG Rebitschek, A Scholz, F Bocklisch, JF Krems, G Jahn
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
92012
Differentiating between Encoding and Processing during Diagnostic Reasoning: An Eye tracking study.
A Klichowicz, A Scholz, S Strehlau, JF Krems
38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 129-134, 2016
8*2016
Information stored in memory affects abductive reasoning
A Klichowicz, DE Lippoldt, A Rosner, JF Krems
Psychological Research 85 (8), 3119-3133, 2021
62021
Tracing current explanations in memory: A process analysis based on eye-tracking
A Klichowicz, S Strehlau, MRK Baumann, JF Krems, A Rosner
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 73 (10), 1703-1717, 2020
62020
A new way to guide consumer's choice: Retro-cueing alters the availability of product information in memory
A Krefeld-Schwalb, A Rosner
Journal of Business Research 111, 135-147, 2020
62020
Memory shapes judgments: Tracing how memory biases judgments by inducing the retrieval of exemplars
A Rosner, B von Helversen
Cognition 190, 165-169, 2019
42019
Advancing knowledge on situation comprehension in dynamic traffic situations by studying eye movements to empty spatial locations
W Frank, K Mühl, A Rosner, M Baumann
Human factors 65 (8), 1674-1688, 2023
22023
More than storage of information: What working memory contributes to visual abductive reasoning
A Klichowicz, A Rosner, JF Krems
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 18 (3), 203-214, 2022
22022
When the eyes have it and when not: How multiple sources of activation combine to guide eye movements during multiattribute decision making.
A Rosner, M Schaffner, B von Helversen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 151 (6), 1394, 2022
22022
Shifting covert attention to spatially indexed locations increases retrieval performance of verbal information
A Prittmann, A Scholz, JF Krems, DC Noelle, R Dale, AS Warlaumont, ...
Cognitive Science Society, 2015
22015
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