Frings, Christian Autor

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You can’t ignore what you can’t separate: the effect of visually induced target-distractor separation on tactile selection

  • Wesslein A.
  • Spence C.
  • Frings C.

PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN and REVIEW - 1/6/2015

10.3758/s13423-014-0738-7

Número de citas: 8 (Scopus)

Why Star Retrieves Scar: Binding and Retrieval of Perceptual Distractor Features

  • Laub R.
  • Frings C.

JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION - 1/1/2019

10.1037/xlm0000726

Número de citas: 2 (Scopus)

Who will win wimbledon? The recognition heuristic in predicting sports events

  • Serwe S.
  • Frings C.

Journal of Behavioral Decision Making - 1/1/2006

10.1002/bdm.530

Número de citas: 77 (Scopus)

Who is watching Big Brother? TV consumption predicted by masked affective priming

  • Frings C.
  • Wentura D.

European Journal of Social Psychology - 1/11/2003

10.1002/ejsp.167

Número de citas: 17 (Web of Science) 18 (Scopus)

Where has all the inhibition gone? Insights from electrophysiological measures into negative priming without probe distractors

  • Groh-Bordin C.
  • Frings C.

BRAIN AND COGNITION - 1/11/2009

10.1016/j.bandc.2009.04.005

Número de citas: 9 (Scopus)

When vision influences the invisible distractor: Tactile response compatibility effects require vision

  • Wesslein A.
  • Spence C.
  • Frings C.

JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE - 1/1/2014

10.1037/a0035047

Número de citas: 15 (Scopus)

When the brain decides: A familiarity-based approach to the recognition heuristic as evidenced by event-related brain potentials

  • Rosburg T.
  • Mecklinger A.
  • Frings C.

PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE - 1/1/2011

10.1177/0956797611417454

Número de citas: 22 (Scopus)

When self-prioritization crosses the senses: Crossmodal self-prioritization demonstrated between vision and touch

  • Schäfer S.
  • Wesslein A.K.
  • Spence C.
  • Frings C.

BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY - 1/1/2020

10.1111/bjop.12483

Número de citas: 2 (Scopus)

When Seeing Doesn't Matter: Assessing the After-Effects of Tactile Distractor Processing in the Blind and the Sighted

  • Frings C.
  • Amendt A.
  • Spence C.

JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE - 1/8/2011

10.1037/a0022336

Número de citas: 19 (Scopus)

When irrelevant information helps: Extending the Eriksen-flanker task into a multisensory world

  • Merz S.
  • Frings C.
  • Spence C.

Attention Perception and Psychophysics - 1/1/2020

10.3758/s13414-020-02066-3

Número de citas: 3 (Scopus)

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Towards Privacy and Utility in Tourette TIC Detection Through Pretraining Based on Publicly Available Video Data of Healthy Subjects

  • Sophie Brügge N.
  • Mohammadi E.
  • Münchau A.
  • Bäumer T.
  • Frings C.
  • Beste C.
  • Roessner V.
  • Handels H.
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ICASSP, IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing - Proceedings - 1/1/2023

10.1109/icassp49357.2023.10095309

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Keep your heads down! Ignored features of driver assistance systems can influence drivers' responses

  • Moeller B.
  • Frings C.

ACM International Conference Proceeding Series - 1/12/2012

10.1145/2448136.2448155

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Response to Paller et al.: The role of familiarity in making inferences about unknown quantities

  • Mecklinger A.
  • Frings C.
  • Rosburg T.

TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES - 1/6/2012

10.1016/j.tics.2012.04.009

Número de citas: 23 (Scopus)

Scopus: 28

Web of Science: 16

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