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Victor Mittelstädt
Victor Mittelstädt
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Trading off switch costs and stimulus availability benefits: An investigation of voluntary task-switching behavior in a predictable dynamic multitasking environment
V Mittelstädt, J Miller, A Kiesel
Memory & Cognition 46 (5), 699-715, 2018
422018
Exploring the repetition bias in voluntary task switching
V Mittelstädt, D Dignath, M Schmidt-Ott, A Kiesel
Psychological Research 82 (1), 78-91, 2018
382018
On the visual design of erp systems the–role of information complexity, presentation and human factors
V Mittelstädt, P Brauner, M Blum, M Ziefle
Procedia Manufacturing 3, 448-455, 2015
312015
Linking task selection to task performance: Internal and predictable external processing constraints jointly influence voluntary task switching behavior.
V Mittelstädt, J Miller, A Kiesel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 45 (12 …, 2019
282019
Separating limits on preparation versus online processing in multitasking paradigms: Evidence for resource models.
V Mittelstädt, J Miller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (1), 89, 2017
262017
Beyond mean reaction times: Combining distributional analyses with processing stage manipulations in the Simon task
V Mittelstädt, J Miller
Cognitive psychology 119, 101275, 2020
132020
Passive haptic feedback for manual assembly simulation
NAA Martin, V Mittelstädt, M Prieur, R Stark, T Bär
Procedia CIRP 7, 509-514, 2013
132013
Redundancy gain in the Simon Task: Does increasing relevant activation reduce the effect of irrelevant activation?
V Mittelstädt, J Miller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 44 (8 …, 2018
92018
Investigating limits of task prioritization in dual-tasking: evidence from the prioritized processing and the psychological refractory period paradigms
T Rieger, V Mittelstädt, D Dignath, A Kiesel
Psychological research 85 (1), 384-396, 2021
82021
Effects of marked routes in You-are-here maps on navigation performance and cognitive mapping
S Lukas, V Mittelstaedt, G Olaru, C Sachser, J Seibold, A Huckauf
American Journal of Applied Psychology 3 (6), 131-137, 2014
82014
The time-course of distractor-based activation modulates effects of speed-accuracy tradeoffs in conflict tasks
V Mittelstädt, J Miller, H Leuthold, IG Mackenzie, R Ulrich
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 29 (3), 837-854, 2022
52022
Does temporal predictability of tasks influence task choice?
V Jurczyk, V Mittelstädt, K Froeber
Psychological Research 85 (3), 1066-1083, 2021
52021
Balancing cognitive and environmental constraints when deciding to switch tasks: Exploring self-reported task-selection strategies in self-organised multitasking
V Mittelstädt, I Schaffernak, J Miller, A Kiesel
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 74 (4), 598-609, 2021
42021
The role of temporal order of relevant and irrelevant dimensions within conflict tasks.
IG Mackenzie, V Mittelstädt, R Ulrich, H Leuthold
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2022
32022
Electrophysiological evidence against parallel motor processing during multitasking
V Mittelstädt, IG Mackenzie, H Leuthold, J Miller
Psychophysiology 59 (1), e13951, 2022
22022
Perceptual processing demands influence voluntary task choice
V Mittelstädt, J Miller, A Kiesel
Cognition 229, 105232, 2022
12022
The influence of reward in the Simon task: Differences and similarities to the Stroop and Eriksen flanker tasks
V Mittelstädt, R Ulrich, J König, K Hofbauer, IG Mackenzie
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-11, 2022
12022
Outcome uncertainty influences probability perception and risk attitudes
TW Elston, IG Mackenzie, V Mittelstädt
Royal Society open science 8 (10), 210307, 2021
12021
Motor demands influence conflict processing in a mouse-tracking Simon task
V Mittelstädt, H Leuthold, IG Mackenzie
Psychological Research, 1-16, 2022
2022
Datasets and Codebooks for: Task-Probability Induced Biases in Parallel Dual-Task Processing Transfer to Similar, but not Distinct Task Set.
I Mögling, V Mittelstädt, IG Mackenzie, R Fischer
PsychArchives, 2022
2022
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