Daniel Bratzke
Daniel Bratzke
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Sequential effects within a short foreperiod context: Evidence for the conditioning account of temporal preparation
MB Steinborn, B Rolke, D Bratzke, R Ulrich
Acta Psychologica 129 (2), 297-307, 2008
Fatigue-related diurnal variations of cognitive performance in multiple sclerosis and stroke patients
D Claros-Salinas, D Bratzke, G Greitemann, N Nickisch, L Ochs, ...
Journal of the neurological sciences 295 (1-2), 75-81, 2010
The effect of 40 h constant wakefulness on task‐switching efficiency
D Bratzke, B Rolke, MB Steinborn, R Ulrich
Journal of Sleep Research 18 (2), 167-172, 2009
Effects of sleep loss and circadian rhythm on executive inhibitory control in the Stroop and Simon tasks
D Bratzke, MB Steinborn, B Rolke, R Ulrich
Chronobiology International 29 (1), 55-61, 2012
The source of execution-related dual-task interference: Motor bottleneck or response monitoring?
D Bratzke, B Rolke, R Ulrich
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (5 …, 2009
Central slowing during the night
D Bratzke, B Rolke, R Ulrich, M Peters
Psychological Science 18 (5), 456-461, 2007
Perceptual learning in temporal discrimination: asymmetric cross-modal transfer from audition to vision
D Bratzke, T Seifried, R Ulrich
Experimental Brain Research 221, 205-210, 2012
Dynamic adjustment of temporal preparation: Shifting warning signal modality attenuates the sequential foreperiod effect
MB Steinborn, B Rolke, D Bratzke, R Ulrich
Acta Psychologica 132 (1), 40-47, 2009
Error reactivity in self-paced performance: Highly-accurate individuals exhibit largest post-error slowing
MB Steinborn, HC Flehmig, D Bratzke, H Schröter
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (4), 624-631, 2012
Formation and representation of temporal reference information
KM Bausenhart, D Bratzke, R Ulrich
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 8, 46-52, 2016
The effect of a cross-trial shift of auditory warning signals on the sequential foreperiod effect
MB Steinborn, B Rolke, D Bratzke, R Ulrich
Acta Psychologica 134 (1), 94-104, 2010
Motor limitation in dual-task processing with different effectors
D Bratzke, R Ulrich, B Rolke, H Schröter, I Jentzsch, H Leuthold
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (9), 1385-1399, 2008
Introspective reports of reaction times in dual-tasks reflect experienced difficulty rather than timing of cognitive processes
D Bryce, D Bratzke
Consciousness and cognition 27, 254-267, 2014
How are overlapping time intervals perceived? Evidence for a weighted sum of segments model
D Bryce, T Seifried-Dübon, D Bratzke
Acta Psychologica 156, 83-95, 2015
Task predictability influences the variable foreperiod effect: Evidence of task-specific temporal preparation
H Schröter, T Birngruber, D Bratzke, J Miller, R Ulrich
Psychological Research 79, 230-237, 2015
The role of consolidation for perceptual learning in temporal discrimination within and across modalities
D Bratzke, H Schröter, R Ulrich
Acta psychologica 147, 75-79, 2014
Distorted subjective reports of stimulus onsets under dual-task conditions: Delayed conscious perception or estimation bias?
D Bratzke, D Bryce, T Seifried-Dübon
Consciousness and Cognition 30, 36-47, 2014
Multiple timing of nested intervals: Further evidence for a weighted sum of segments account
D Bryce, D Bratzke
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23, 317-323, 2016
The effect of 40 hours of constant wakefulness on number comparison performance
MB Steinborn, D Bratzke, B Rolke, MCM Gordijn, DGM Beersma, R Ulrich
Chronobiology International 27 (4), 807-825, 2010
Introspection is not always blind to the costs of multitasking: The case of task switching.
D Bratzke, D Bryce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (6), 980, 2019
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