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letzte Aktualisierung: 19.02.2019

Eder, A. B. & Frings, C. (2018). What makes a quality journal? Experimental Psychology, 65(5), 257-262.

Frings, C., Brinkmann, T., Friehs, M. A. & van Lipzig, T. (2018). Single session tDCS over the left DLPFC disrupts interference processing. Brain and Cognition, 120, 1-7.

Koch, I., Frings, C. & Schuch, S. (2018). Explaining response-repetition effects in task switching: Evidence from switching cue modality suggests episodic binding and response inhibition. Psychological Research, 82(3), 570-579.

Pastötter, B., Engel, M. & Frings, C. (2018). The forward effect of testing: Behavioral evidence for the reset-of-encoding hypothesis using serial position analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, No. 1197.

Pastötter, B. & Frings, C. (2018). It's the other way around! Early modulation of sensory distractor processing induced by late response conflict. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 30(7), 985-998.

Singh, T., Laub, R., Burgard, J. P. & Frings, C. (2018). Disentangling inhibition-based and retrieval-based aftereffects of distractors: Cognitive versus motor processes. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 44(5), 797-805.

Singh, T., Moeller, B., Koch, I. & Frings, C. (2018). May I have your attention please: Binding of attended but response-irrelevant features. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 80(5), 1143-1156.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2018). Feedback increases benefits but not costs of retrieval practice: Retrieval-induced forgetting is strength independent. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 25(2), 636-642.

Blask, K., Walther, E. & Frings, C. (2017). Ignorance reflects preference: The influence of selective ignoring on evaluative conditioning. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 29(8), 939-948.

Blask, K., Walther, E. & Frings, C. (2017). When congruence breeds preference: The influence of selective attention processes on evaluative conditioning. Cognition and Emotion, 31(6), 1127-1139.

Frings, C., Koch, I. & Moeller, B. (2017). How the mind shapes action: Offline contexts modulate involuntary episodic retrieval. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 79, 2449-2459.

Frings, C. & Rothermund, K. (2017). How perception guides action: Figure-ground segmentation modulates integration of context features into S-R episodes. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43(11), 1720-1729.

Mast, F., Frings, C. & Spence, C. (2017). Crossmodal attentional control sets between vision and audition. Acta Psychologica, 178, 41-47.

Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2017). Dissociation of binding and learning processes. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 79, 2590-2605.

Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2017). Overlearned responses hinder S-R binding. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 43(1), 1-5.

Schäfer, S., Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2017). Distinctiveness effects in self-prioritization. Visual Cognition, 25(1-3), 399-411.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2017). Retrieval-induced forgetting is retrieval-modality specific: Evidence from motor memory. Cognition, 162, 143-152.

Blask, K., Frings, C. & Walther, E. (2016). Doing is for feeling. Journal of Experimental Psychology - General, 145(10), 1263-1268.

Larra, M. F., Pramme, L., Schächinger, H. & Frings, C. (2016). Stress and selective attention: Immediate and delayed stress effects on inhibition of return. Brain and Cognition, 108, 66-72.

Moeller, B., Frings, C. & Pfister, R. (2016). The Structure of Distractor-Response Bindings: Conditions for Configural and Elemental Integration. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 42(4), 464-479.

Moeller, B., Pfister, R., Kunde, W. & Frings, C. (2016). A common mechanism behind distractor-response and response-effect binding? Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78(4), 1074-1086.

Moeller, B., Zoppke, H. & Frings, C. (2016). What a car does to your perception: Distance evaluations differ from within and outside of a car. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23(3), 781-788.

Nett, N., Broeder, A. & Frings, C. (2016). Distractor-based stimulus-response bindings retrieve decisions independent of motor programs. Acta Psychologica, 57-64.

Postzich, C., Blask, K., Frings, C. & Walther, E. (2016). Timeless: A large sample study on the temporal robustness of affective responses. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 7, No. 841.

Pramme, L., Larra, M. F., Schächinger, H. & Frings, C. (2016). Cardiac cycle time effects on selection efficiency in vision. Psychophysiology, 53(11), 1702-1711.

Schäfer, S., Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2016). About the composition of self-relevance: Conjunctions not features are bound to the self. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23(3), 887-892.

Schäfer, S., Wesslein, A.-K., Spence, C., Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2016). Self-prioritization in vision, audition, and touch. Experimental Brain Research, 234(8), 2141-2150.

Schneider, K. K., Frings, C., Meyer, J. & Schote, A. B. (2016). The role of the glucocorticoid receptor gene (NR3C1) for the processing of aversive stimuli. Neuroscience Research, 107, 8-13.

Singh, T., Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2016). Five shades of grey: Generalization in distractor-based retrieval of S-R episodes. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78(8), 2307-2312.

Tempel, T., Aslan, A. & Frings, C. (2016). Competition dependence of retrieval-induced forgetting in motor memory. Memory & Cognition, 44(4), 671-680.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2016). Directed forgetting benefits motor sequence encoding. Memory & Cognition, 44(3), 413-419.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2016). How motor practice shapes memory: Retrieval but not extra study can cause forgetting. Memory, 24(7), 903-915.

Wesslein, A.-K., Spence, C., Mast, F. & Frings, C. (2016). Spatial negative priming: In touch, it's all about location. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78(2), 464-473.

Bermeitinger, C. & Frings, C. (2015). Rhythm and attention: Does the beat position of a visual or auditory regular pulse modulate T2 detection in the attentional blink? Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 6, No. 1847.

Frings, C., Moeller, B. & Hormer, A. J. (2015). On the durability of bindings between responses and response-irrelevant stimuli. Acta Psychologica, 73-78.

Frings, C., Schneider, K. K. & Fox, E. (2015). The negative priming paradigm: An update and implications for selective attention. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 22(6), 1577-1597.

Mast, F., Frings, C. & Spence, C. (2015). Multisensory top-down sets: Evidence for contingent crossmodal capture. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 77(6), 1970-1985.

Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2015). Distractor-response bindings in dual task scenarios. Visual Cognition, 23(4), 516-531.

Moeller, B., Hommel, B. & Frings, C. (2015). From hands to feet: Abstract response representations in distractor-response bindings. Acta Psychologica, 159, 69-75.

Nett, N., Frings, C. & Broeder, A. (2015). When Irrelevance Matters: Stimulus-Response Binding in Decision Making Under Uncertainty. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 41(6), 1831-1848.

Pramme, L., Dierolf, A. M., Naumann, E. & Frings, C. (2015). Distractor inhibition: Evidence from lateralized readiness potentials. Brain and Cognition, 74-81.

Pramme, L., Schächinger, H. & Frings, C. (2015). Baroreceptor activity impacts upon controlled but not automatic distractor processing. Biological Psychology, 110, 75-84.

Schäfer, S., Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2015). Self-prioritization beyond perception. Experimental Psychology, 62(6), 415-425.

Schneider, K. K., Hülße, L., Schote, A. B., Meyer, J. & Frings, C. (2015). Sex matters! Interactions of sex and polymorphisms of a cholinergic receptor gene (CHRNA5) modulate response speed. NeuroReport, 26(4), 186-191.

Schneider, K. K., Schote, A. B., Meyer, J. & Frings, C. (2015). Genes of the dopaminergic system selectively modulate top-down but not bottom-up attention. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 15(1), 104-116.

Schneider, K. K., Schote, A. B., Meyer, J., Markett, S., Reuter, M. & Frings, C. (2015). Individual response speed is modulated by variants of the gene encoding the alpha 4 sub-unit of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (CHRNA4). Behavioural Brain Research, 284, 11-18.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2015). Categorization by movement direction: Retrieval-induced forgetting of motor sequences grouped by motion features. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68(3), 473-486.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2015). Interference in episodic memory: retrieval-induced forgetting of unknown words. Psychological Research, 79(5), 795-800.

Tempel, T., Frings, C. & Mecklenbräuker, S. (2015). Dual processes of false recognition in kindergarten children and elementary school pupils. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 138, 135-142.

Tempel, T., Loran, I. & Frings, C. (2015). Dancing Your Moves Away: How Memory Retrieval Shapes Complex Motor Action. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Applied, 21(3), 300-312.

Wesslein, A.-K., Frings, C. & Spence, C. (2015). Vision of embodied rubber hands enhances tactile distractor processing. Experimental Brain Research, 233(2), 477-486.

Wesslein, A.-K., Spence, C. & Frings, C. (2015). You can't ignore what you can't separate: The effect of visually induced target-distractor separation on tactile selection. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 22(3), 728-736.

Bossert, M., Kaurin, A., Preckel, F. & Frings, C. (2014). Response-compatibility effects in children. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 11(1), 90-101.

Frings, C., Mast, F. & Spence, C. (2014). Tactile spatial negative priming occurs without feature mismatch. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 76(8), 2305-2314.

Frings, C., Schneider, K. K. & Moeller, B. (2014). Auditory distractor processing in sequential selection tasks. Psychological Research, 78(3), 411-422.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2014). Self-priorization processes in action and perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 40(5), 1737-1740.

Frings, C. & Wühr, P. (2014). Top-down deactivation of interference from irrelevant spatial or verbal stimulus features. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 76(8), 2360-2374.

Henson, R. N., Eckstein, D., Waszak, F., Frings, C. & Horner, A. J. (2014). Stimulus-response bindings in priming. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 18(7), 376-384.

Mast, F. & Frings, C. (2014). The impact of the irrelevant: The task environment modulates the impact of irrelevant features in response selection. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 40(6), 2198-2213.

Mast, F., Frings, C. & Spence, C. (2014). Response interference in touch, vision, and crossmodally: Beyond the spatial dimension. Experimental Brain Research, 232(7), 2325-2336.

Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2014). Attention meets binding: Only attended distractors are used for the retrieval of event files. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 76(4), 959-978.

Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2014). Designers beware: Response retrieval effects influence drivers' response times to local danger warnings. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 117-132.

Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2014). How automatic is the Musical stroop Effect? Commentary on "The Musical Stroop Effect: Opening a New Avenue to Research on Automatisms" by L. Grégoire, P. Perruchet, and B. Poulin-Charronnat (Experimental Psychology, 2013, Vol. 60, pp. 269-278). Experimental Psychology, 61(1), 68-70.

Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2014). Long-term response-stimulus associations can influence distractor-response bindings. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 10(2), No. 68-80.

Moeller, B., Frings, C. & Schaechinger, H. (2014). Irrelevant Stimuli and Action Control: Analyzing the Influence of Ignored Stimuli via the Distractor-Response Binding Paradigm. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 77.

Nett, N. & Frings, C. (2014). Things Can Be Told Apart No Influence of Response Categories and Labels on the Distance Effect in Stroop Tasks. Experimental Psychology, 61(2), 142-148.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2014). Forgetting motor programmes: Retrieval dynamics in procedural memory. Memory, 22(8), 1116-1125.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2014). Interference within hands: Retrieval-induced forgetting of left and right hand movements. Acta Psychologica, 148, 1-5.

Wesslein, A.-K., Spence, C. & Frings, C. (2014). Vision affects tactile target and distractor processing even when space is task-irrelevant. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 5, No. 84.

Wesslein, A.-K., Spence, C. & Frings, C. (2014). When Vision Influences the Invisible Distractor: Tactile Response Compatibility Effects Require Vision. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 40(2), 763-774.

Frings, C., Larra, M. F., Gräbener, A., Moeller, B. & Schächinger, H. (2013). Stress disrupts distractor-based retrieval of SR episodes. Biological Psychology, 93(1), 58-64.

Frings, C., Moeller, B. & Rothermund, K. (2013). Retrieval of event files can be conceptually mediated. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 75(4), 700-709.

Frings, C. & Spence, C. (2013). Gestalt grouping effects on tactile information processing: When touching hands override spatial proximity. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 75(3), 468-480.

Kozlik, J. & Frings, C. (2013). Affektive Reize in der lexikalischen Entscheidungsaufgabe. In C. Bermeitinger (Hrsg.), Affektive Reize II (S. 83-105). Berlin: uni-edition.

Moeller, B., Schneider, J. & Frings, C. (2013). Place it on the side! Evaluation of stickers' positions on test cars used in field studies. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 20, 1-5.

Schilling, T. M., Kölsch, M., Larra, M. F., Zech, C. M., Blumenthal, T. D., Frings, C. & Schächinger, H. (2013). For whom the bell (curve) tolls: Cortisol rapidly affects memory retrieval by an inverted U-shaped dose-response relationship. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38(9), 1565-1572.

Schneider, K. K. & Frings, C. (2013). Cueing mit affektiven Stimuli. In C. Bermeitinger (Hrsg.), Affektive Reize II (S. 149-168). Berlin: uni-edition.

Tempel, T. & Frings, C. (2013). Resolving interference between body movements: Retrieval-induced forgetting of motor sequences. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 39(4), 1152-1161.

Wiswede, D., Rothermund, K. & Frings, C. (2013). Not all errors are created equally: Specific ERN responses for errors originating from distractor-based response retrieval. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 18(12), 3496-3506.

Bermeitinger, C., Wentura, D., Koppermann, C., Hauser, M., Grass, B. & Frings, C. (2012). The direction of masked auditory category priming correlates with participants' prime discrimination ability. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 8(3), 210-217.

Frings, C. & Moeller, B. (2012). The horserace between distractors and targets: Retrieval-based probe responding depends on distractor-target asynchrony. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 24(5), 582-590.

Frings, C. & Wuehr, P. (2012). Don't be afraid of irrelevant words: The emotional Stroop effect is confined to attended words. Cognition and Emotion, 26(6), 1056-1068.

Frings, C., Wühr, P. & Wentura, D. (2012). On the fate of distractor representations. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 38(3), 570-575.

Giesen, C., Frings, C. & Rothermund, K. (2012). Differences in the strength of distractor inhibition do not affect distractor-response bindings. Memory & Cognition, 40(3), 373-387.

Mecklinger, A., Frings, C. & Rosburg, T. (2012). Response to Paller et al.: The role of familiarity in making inferences about unknown quantities. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16(6), 315-316.

Moeller, B., Rothermund, K. & Frings, C. (2012). Integrating the irrelevant sound. Grouping modulates the integration of irrelevant auditory stimuli into event files. Experimental Psychology, 59(5), 258-264.

Ortells, J. J., Frings, C. & Plaza-Ayllon, V. (2012). Influence of spatial attention on conscious and unconscious word priming. Consciousness and Cognition, 21(1), 117-138.

Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2012). Kognitive Psychologie - Basiswissen Psychologie. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Bermeitinger, C., Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2011). How to switch on and switch off semantic priming effects for natural and artifactual categories: Activation processes in category memory depend on focusing specific feature dimensions. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18(3), 579-585.

Frings, C. (2011). On the decay of distractor - Response episodes. Experimental Psychology, 58(2), 125-131.

Frings, C., Amendt, A. & Spence, C. (2011). When seeing doesn't matter: Assessing the after-effects of tactile distractor processing in the blind and the sighted. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 37(4), 1174-1181.

Frings, C., Bermeitinger, C. & Gibbons, H. (2011). Prime retrieval of motor responses in negative priming: Evidence from lateralized readiness potentials. Brain Research, 1407, 69-78.

Frings, C., Bermeitinger, C. & Wentura, D. (2011). Inhibition from blinked category labels: Combining the attentional blink and the semantic priming paradigm. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 23(4), 514-521.

Frings, C., Göbel, A., Mast, F., Sutter, J., Bermeitinger, C. & Wentura, D. (2011). Category priming with aliens: Analysing the influence of targets' prototypicality on the centre surround inhibition mechanism. Memory, 19(6), 585-596.

Frings, C. & Rothermund, K. (2011). To Be or Not To Be ... Included in an Event File: Integration and Retrieval of Distractors in Stimulus-Response Episodes Is Influenced by Perceptual Grouping. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37(5), 1209-1227.

Frings, C. & Spence, C. (2011). Increased perceptual and conceptual processing difficulty makes the immeasurable measurable: Negative priming in the absence of probe distractors. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 37(1), 72-84.

Moeller, B. & Frings, C. (2011). Remember the touch: tactile distractors retrieve previous responses to targets. Experimental Brain Research, 214(1), 121-130.

Rosburg, T., Mecklinger, A. & Frings, C. (2011). When the brain decides: A familiarity-based approach to the recognition heuristic as evidenced by event-related brain potentials. Psychological Science, 22(12), 1527-1534.

Bermeitinger, C., Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2010). N400 effects for category exemplars primed by category labels. Saarbrücken:

Frings, C., Mecklinger, A., Wentura, D. & Zimmer, H. (Hrsg.). (2010). Beiträge zur 52. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. 22.-24. März 2010 in Saarbrücken. Lengerich: Pabst.

Frings, C., Englert, J., Wentura, D. & Bermeitinger, C. (2010). Decomposing the emotional Stroop effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63(1), 42-49.

Frings, C. & Möller, B. (2010). Binding targets' responses to distractors' locations: Distractor response bindings in a location-priming task. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 72(8), 2176-2183.

Frings, C. & Spence, C. (2010). Crossmodal congruency effects based on stimulus identity. Brain Research, 113-122.

Gibbons, H. & Frings, C. (2010). Flanker negative priming from spatially unpredictable primes: An ERP study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 75(3), 339-348.

Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2010). Kognitive Psychologie. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Frings, C. & Eder, A. B. (2009). The time-course of masked negative priming. Experimental Psychology, 56(5), 301-306.

Groh-Bordin, C. & Frings, C. (2009). Where has all the inhibition gone? Insights from electrophysiological measures into negative priming without probe distractors. Brain and Cognition, 71(2), 92-98.

Wühr, P. & Frings, C. (2009). Inhibition is picky: Shape difference is a necessary condition for attentional inhibition of irrelevant objects. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 16(5), 839-844.

Bermeitinger, C., Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2008). Repeated masked semantic priming with new results: ERPs of a negative semantic priming effect. In H. D. Zimmer, C. Frings, A. Mecklinger, B. Opitz, M. Pospeschill & D. Wentura (Eds.), Cognitive Science 2007. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society of Germany. (pp. 51-62). Saarbrücken: Psydok - Volltextserver der Virtuellen Fachbibliothek Psychologie.

Bermeitinger, C., Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2008). Reversing the N400: Event-related potentials of a negative semantic priming effect. NeuroReport, 19(15), 1479-1482.

Bermeitinger, C., Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2008). Nature and facts about natural and artifactual categories: Sex differences in the semantic priming paradigm. Brain and Language, 106(2), 153-163.

Frings, C. (2008). Analysing the relationship between target-to-target and distractor-to-target repetitions: Evidence for a common mechanism. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61(11), 1641-1649.

Frings, C., Bader, R. & Spence, C. (2008). Selection in touch: Negative priming with tactile stimuli. Perception & Psychophysics, 70(3), 516-523.

Frings, C., Bermeitinger, C. & Wentura, D. (2008). Center-surround or spreading inhibition: Which mechanism caused the negative effect from repeated masked semantic primes? Experimental Psychology, 55(4), 234-242.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2008). Separating context and trial-by-trial effects in the negative priming paradigm. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 20(2), 195-210.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2008). Trial-by-trial effects in the affective priming paradigm. Acta Psychologica, 128(2), 318-323.

Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2008). Response-bound primes diminish affective priming in the naming task. Cognition and Emotion, 22(2), 374-384.

Wentura, D., Moritz, S. & Frings, C. (2008). Further evidence for "hyper-priming" in thought-disordered schizophrenic patients using repeated masked category priming. Schizophrenia Research, 102(1-3), 69-75.

Wühr, P. & Frings, C. (2008). A case for inhibition: Visual attention suppresses the processing of irrelevant objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology - General, 137(1), 116-130.

Zimmer, H. D., Frings, C., Mecklinger, A., Opitz, B., Pospeschill, M. & Wentura, D. (Eds.). (2008). Cognitive Science 2007. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society of Germany. Saarbrücken: PsyDok - Volltext-Server der Virtuellen Fachbibliothek Psychologie.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2007). Kognitive Kontrollmechanismen selektiver Aufmerksamkeit. Magazin Forschung, 1, 10-16.

Frings, C., Mecklinger, A., Opitz, B., Pospeschill, M., Wentura, D. & Zimmer, H. D. (Hrsg.). (2007). Kognitionsforschung 2007. Beiträge zur 8. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Kognitionswissenschaft. Aachen: Shaker.

Frings, C., Feix, S., Röthig, U., Brüser, C. & Junge, M. (2007). Children do show negative priming: Further evidence for early development of an intact selective control mechanism. Developmental Psychology, 43(5), 1269-1273.

Frings, C. & Groh-Bordin, C. (2007). Electrophysiological correlates of visual identity negative priming. Brain Research, 1176, 82-91.

Frings, C., Rothermund, K. & Wentura, D. (2007). Distractor repetitions retrieve previous responses to targets. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 60(10), 1367-1377.

Frings, C., Wentura, D. & Holtz, M. (2007). Dysphorics cannot ignore unpleasant information. Cognition and Emotion, 21(7), 1525-1534.

Frings, C. & Wühr, P. (2007). On distractor-repetition benefits in the negative-priming paradigm. Visual Cognition, 15(2), 166-178.

Frings, C. & Wühr, P. (2007). Prime display offset modulates negative priming only for easy-selection tasks. Memory & Cognition, 35(3), 504-513.

Frings, C. (2006). Relevant distractors do not cause negative priming. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13(2), 322-327.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2006). Negative priming is stronger for task-relevant dimensions: Evidence of flexibility in the selective ignoring of distractor information. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59(4), 683-693.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2006). Strategy effects counteract distractor inhibition: Negative priming with constantly absent probe distractors. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Human Perception and Performance, 32(4), 854-864.

Serwe, S. & Frings, C. (2006). Who will win Wimbledon? The recognition heuristic in predicting sports events. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 19(4), 321-332.

Frings, C. & Neubauer, A. (2005). Are masked-stimuli-discrimination-tests in masked priming studies measures of intelligence? - An alternative task for measuring inspection time. Personality and Individual Differences, 39(7), 1181-1191.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2005). Negative priming with masked distractor-only prime trials: Awareness moderates negative priming. Experimental Psychology, 52(2), 131-139.

Wentura, D. & Frings, C. (2005). Repeated masked category primes interfere with related exemplars: New evidence for negative semantic priming. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 31(1), 108-120.

Frings, C. (2004). Inhibition von Distraktorinformation. Dissertation, Universität, Fakultät für Sozial- und Verhaltenswissenschaften, Jena.

Frings, C., Holling, H. & Serwe, S. (2003). Anwendung der recognition heuristic auf den Aktienmarkt - ignorance cannot beat the Nemax50. Wirtschaftspsychologie, 5(4), 31-38.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. (2003). Who is watching Big Brother? TV consumption predicted by masked affective priming. European Journal of Social Psychology, 33, 779-791.

Frings, C. (2002). Testrezensionen folgender Testverfahren: CMV (Checklist motorischer Verhaltensweisen), DL-KG (Differentieller Leistungstest - KG), TEKO (Testbatterie zur Erfassung kognitiver Operationen), VKI (Verbaler Kurzintelligenztest). In E. Brähler, H. Holling, D. Leutner & F. Petermann (Hrsg.), Brickenkamp Handbuch psychologischer und pädagogischer Tests (3. Aufl.) (S. 536-537, 273-275, 231-234, 238). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

weitere Schriften:

Frings, C. (2008). Selektive Aufmerksamkeit und Handlungssteuerung. Unveröffentlichte kumulative Habilitationsschrift.

Frings, C. (2001). Indirekte Einstellungsmessung: Affektives Priming als Instrument in der Markforschung.

Frings, C. & Wentura, D. The detection of threat-stimuli during rapid serial visual presentation. .

Frings, C., Wentura, D. & Ortells, J.J. Further evidence for pure semantic priming with category coordinates. .

Rothermund, K., Eder, A. & Frings, C. Integration of affective outcomes with actions and situations: negative feedback prevents retrieval of response information from S-R episodes. .

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