Markus Kiefer
Markus Kiefer
Research Director, Department of Psychiatry, and Associate Professor of Psychology, Ulm University
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Conceptual representations in mind and brain: theoretical developments, current evidence and future directions
M Kiefer, F Pulvermüller
cortex 48 (7), 805-825, 2012
5412012
A holistic account of the own-race effect in face recognition: Evidence from a cross-cultural study
JW Tanaka, M Kiefer, CM Bukach
Cognition 93 (1), B1-B9, 2004
4762004
The N400 is modulated by unconsciously perceived masked words: Further evidence for an automatic spreading activation account of N400 priming effects
M Kiefer
Cognitive Brain Research 13 (1), 27-39, 2002
3832002
Emotional context modulates subsequent memory effect
S Erk, M Kiefer, J Grothe, AP Wunderlich, M Spitzer, H Walter
Neuroimage 18 (2), 439-447, 2003
3292003
The time course of brain activations during response inhibition: evidence from event-related potentials in a go/no go task
M Kiefer, F Marzinzik, M Weisbrod, M Scherg, M Spitzer
Neuroreport 9 (4), 765-770, 1998
3291998
The sound of concepts: Four markers for a link between auditory and conceptual brain systems
M Kiefer, EJ Sim, B Herrnberger, J Grothe, K Hoenig
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (47), 12224-12230, 2008
2792008
Attentional modulation of unconscious “automatic” processes: Evidence from event-related potentials in a masked priming paradigm
M Kiefer, D Brendel
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (2), 184-198, 2006
2792006
Physical fitness, but not acute exercise modulates event-related potential indices for executive control in healthy adolescents
S Stroth, S Kubesch, K Dieterle, M Ruchsow, R Heim, M Kiefer
Brain research 1269, 114-124, 2009
2562009
Time course of conscious and unconscious semantic brain activation
M Kiefer, M Spitzer
Neuroreport 11 (11), 2401-2407, 2000
2412000
Attentional sensitization of unconscious cognition: Task sets modulate subsequent masked semantic priming.
M Kiefer, U Martens
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 139 (3), 464, 2010
2292010
Perceptual and semantic sources of category-specific effects: Event-related potentials during picture and word categorization
M Kiefer
Memory & Cognition 29 (1), 100-116, 2001
2182001
The role of action representations in visual object recognition
HB Helbig, M Graf, M Kiefer
Experimental Brain Research 174 (2), 221-228, 2006
2132006
Executive control deficit in depression: event-related potentials in a Go/Nogo task
S Kaiser, J Unger, M Kiefer, J Markela, C Mundt, M Weisbrod
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 122 (3), 169-184, 2003
2092003
Conceptual flexibility in the human brain: dynamic recruitment of semantic maps from visual, motor, and motion-related areas
K Hoenig, EJ Sim, V Bochev, B Herrnberger, M Kiefer
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (10), 1799-1814, 2008
1962008
Executive control is disturbed in schizophrenia: evidence from event-related potentials in a Go/NoGo task
M Weisbrod, M Kiefer, F Marzinzik, M Spitzer
Biological Psychiatry 47 (1), 51-60, 2000
1862000
Right hemisphere activation during indirect semantic priming: Evidence from event-related potentials
M Kiefer, M Weisbrod, I Kern, S Maier, M Spitzer
Brain and language 64 (3), 377-408, 1998
1701998
Experience-dependent plasticity of conceptual representations in human sensory-motor areas
M Kiefer, EJ Sim, S Liebich, O Hauk, J Tanaka
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 19 (3), 525-542, 2007
1602007
Tracking the time course of object categorization using event-related potentials
J Tanaka, P Luu, M Weisbrod, M Kiefer
NeuroReport 10 (4), 829-835, 1999
1451999
Human anterior cingulate cortex is activated by negative feedback: evidence from event-related potentials in a guessing task
M Ruchsow, J Grothe, M Spitzer, M Kiefer
Neuroscience letters 325 (3), 203-206, 2002
1432002
Embodiment theory and education: The foundations of cognition in perception and action
M Kiefer, NM Trumpp
Trends in Neuroscience and Education 1 (1), 15-20, 2012
1342012
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