Dariusz Asanowicz
Dariusz Asanowicz
Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland
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The efficiency of attentional networks in early and late bilinguals: the role of age of acquisition
L Tao, A Marzecová, M Taft, D Asanowicz, Z Wodniecka
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 1-19, 2011
Subjective measures of consciousness in artificial grammar learning task
M Wierzchoń, D Asanowicz, B Paulewicz, A Cleeremans
Consciousness and Cognition 21 (3), 1141–1153, 2012
The effects of bilingualism on efficiency and lateralization of attentional networks
A Marzecová, D Asanowicz, L Krivá, S Wodniecka
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 16 (3), 608-623, 2013
Different subjective awareness measures demonstrate the influence of visual identification on perceptual awareness ratings
M Wierzchoń, B Paulewicz, D Asanowicz, B Timmermans, A Cleeremans
Consciousness and Cognition 27, 109-120, 2014
Hemispheric asymmetry in the efficiency of attentional networks
D Asanowicz, A Marzecová, P Jaśkowski, P Wolski
Brain and Cognition 79 (2), 117-128, 2012
Testing the S–R link hypothesis of P3b: The oddball effect on S1-evoked P3 gets reduced by increased task relevance of S2
R Verleger, LM Hamann, D Asanowicz, K Śmigasiewicz
Biological Psychology 108, 25-35, 2015
Bias for the Left Visual Field in Rapid Serial Visual Presentation: Effects of Additional Salient Cues Suggest a Critical Role of Attention
K Śmigasiewicz, D Asanowicz, N Westphal, R Verleger
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (2), 266-79, 2015
Differences between visual hemifields in identifying rapidly presented target stimuli: letters and digits, faces, and shapes
D Asanowicz, K Śmigasiewicz, R Verleger
Frontiers in Psychology 4 (452), 1-13, 2013
Does level of processing affect the transition from unconscious to conscious perception?
A Anzulewicz, D Asanowicz, B Windey, B Paulewicz, M Wierzchoń, ...
Consciousness and Cognition 36, 1-11, 2015
Limits of control: The effects of uncontrollability experiences on the efficiency of attentional control
M Bukowski, D Asanowicz, A Marzecová, J Lupiáñez
Acta Psychologica 154, 43-53, 2015
Manipulating attentional load in sequence learning through random number generation
M Wierzchoń, V Gaillard, D Asanowicz, A Cleeremans
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 8 (2), 179–195, 2012
Differential effects of phasic and tonic alerting on the efficiency of executive attention
D Asanowicz, A Marzecová
Acta Psychologica 176, 58-70, 2017
The response relevance of visual stimuli modulates the P3 component and the underlying sensorimotor network
D Asanowicz, K Gociewicz, M Koculak, K Finc, K Bonna, A Cleeremans, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-20, 2020
A right hemisphere advantage at early cortical stages of processing alphanumeric stimuli. Evidence from electrophysiology
D Asanowicz, R Verleger, L Kruse, K Beier, K Śmigasiewicz
Brain and Cognition 113, 40-55, 2017
Lateralization of spatial rather than temporal attention underlies the left hemifield advantage in rapid serial visual presentation
D Asanowicz, L Kruse, K Śmigasiewicz, R Verleger
Brain and Cognition 118, 54-62, 2017
Selection for Action: The Medial Frontal Cortex Is an Executive Hub for Stimulus and Response Selection
D Asanowicz, B Panek, I Kotlewska
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 33 (8), 1442–1469, 2021
Biased odds for heads or tails: Outcome‐evoked P3 depends on frequencies of guesses
R Verleger, D Asanowicz, L Werner, K Śmigasiewicz
Psychophysiology 52 (8), 1048-58, 2015
On the locus of the effect of alerting on response conflict: An event-related EEG study with a speed-accuracy tradeoff manipulation
D Asanowicz, K Wołoszyn, B Panek, E Wronka
Biological Psychology 145, 62-75, 2019
Neural underpinnings of proactive and preemptive adjustments of action control
D Asanowicz, I Kotlewska, B Panek
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 34 (9), 1590-1615, 2022
Phasic alerting facilitates endogenous orienting of spatial attention: Evidence from event-related lateralizations of the EEG
D Asanowicz, B Panek
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82, 1644–1653, 2020
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