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Literaturliste von Dr. rer. nat. Dipl. Psych. Jan Rummel

letzte Aktualisierung: 22.12.2023

Pallentin, V. S., Danner, D. & Rummel, J. (2023). Construction and validation of the HeiQ: An operation-oriented figural matrices test. Journal of Intelligence, 11(4), No. 73.

Rummel, J. & Kvavilashvili, L. (2023). Current theories of prospective memory and new directions for theory development. Nature Reviews Psychology, 2(1), 40-54.

Rummel, J., Snijder, J.-P. & Kvavilashvili, L. (2023). Prospective memories in the wild: Predicting memory for intentions in natural environments. Memory & Cognition, 51(5), 1061-1075.

Rummel, J., Wöstenfeld, F. O., Steindorf, L. & Röer, J. P. (2023). Effects of cognitive load on perceived internal and external distraction and their relationship with attentional control. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, No. 2273576.

Steindorf, L., Pink, S., Rummel, J. & Smallwood, J. (2023). When there is noise on Sherlock Holmes: Mind wandering increases with perceptual processing difficulty during reading and listening. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 8(1), No. 31.

Gerwien, J., von Stutterheim, C. & Rummel, J. (2022). What is the interference in "verbal interference"? Acta Psychologica, 230, No. 103774.

Löffler, C., Frischkorn, G. T., Rummel, J., Hagemann, D. & Schubert, A.-L. (2022). Do attentional lapses account for the worst performance rule? Journal of Intelligence, 10(1), No. 2.

Stump, A., Rummel, J. & Voss, A. (2022). Is it all about the feeling? Affective and (meta-)cognitive mechanisms underlying the truth effect. Psychological Research, 86(1), 12-36.

Rummel, J., Hagemann, D., Steindorf, L. & Schubert, A.-L. (2021). How consistent is mind wandering across situations and tasks? A latent state-trait analysis. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1-16.

Rummel, J., Iwan, F., Steindorf, L. & Danek, A. H. (2021). The role of attention for insight problem solving: Effects of mindless and mindful incubation periods. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 33(6-7), 757-769.

Schubert, A.-L., Hagemann, D., Löffler, C., Rummel, J. & Arnau, S. (2021). A chronometric model of the relationship between frontal midline theta functional connectivity and human intelligence. Journal of Experimental Psychology - General, 150(1), 1-22.

Steindorf, L., Hammerton, H. A. & Rummel, J. (2021). Mind wandering outside the box - About the role of off-task thoughts and their assessment during creative incubation. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 15(4), 584-595.

Steindorf, L., Rummel, J. & Boywitt, C. D. (2021). A fresh look at the Unconscious Thought Effect: Using mind-wandering measures to investigate thought processes in decision problems with high information load. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, No. 545928.

Arnau, S., Löffler, C., Rummel, J., Hagemann, D., Wascher, E. & Schubert, A.-L. (2020). Inter-trial alpha power indicates mind wandering. Psychophysiology, 57, No. e13581.

Kvavilashvili, L. & Rummel, J. (2020). On the nature of everyday prospection: A review and theoretical integration of research on mind-wandering, future thinking, and prospective memory. Review of General Psychology, 24(3), 210-237.

Marevic, I. & Rummel, J. (2020). Retrieval-mediated directed forgetting in the item-method paradigm: The effect of semantic cues. Psychological Research, 84(3), 685-705.

Steindorf, L. & Rummel, J. (2020). Do your eyes give you away? A validation study of eye-movement measures used as indicators for mindless reading. Behavior Research Methods, 52(1), 162-176.

Wöstenfeld, F. O., Ahmad, S., Kroneisen, M. & Rummel, J. (2020). Does the survival processing memory advantage translate to serial recall? Collabra: Psychology, 6(1), No. 8.

Frenkel, M. O., Laborde, S., Rummel, J., Giessing, L., Kasperk, C., Plessner, H., Heck, R.-B. & Strahler, J. (2019). Heidelberg Risk Sport-Specific Stress Test: A paradigm to investigate the risk sport-specific psycho-physiological arousal. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, No. 2249.

Giessing, L., Frenkel, M. O., Zinner, C., Rummel, J., Nieuwenhuys, A., Kasperk, C., Brune, M., Engel, F. A. & Plessner, H. (2019). Effects of coping-related traits and psychophysiological stress responses on police recruits' shooting behavior in reality-based scenarios. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, No. 1523.

Popov, V., Marevic, I., Rummel, J. & Reder, L. M. (2019). Forgetting is a feature, not a bug: Intentionally forgetting some things helps us remember others by freeing up working memory resources. Psychological Science, 30(9), 1303-1317.

Rummel, J., Danner, D. & Kuhlmann, B. G. (2019). The short version of the Metacognitive Prospective Memory Inventory (MPMI-s): Factor structure, reliability, validity, and reference data. Measurement Instruments for the Social Sciences, 1, No. 6.

Rummel, J., Steindorf, L., Marevic, I. & Danner, D. (2019). A validation study of the German Complex-Span Tasks and some general considerations on task translation procedures in cognitive psychology. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 35(5), 725-736.

Anderson, F. T., Rummel, J. & McDaniel, M. A. (2018). Proceeding with care for successful prospective memory: Do we delay ongoing responding or actively monitor for cues? Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 44(7), 1036-1050.

Janczyk, M., Bermeitinger, C., Giesen, C., Rummel, J., Schmidt, T., Ulrich, R. & Wentura, D. (2018). Wachsende Anforderungen an die wissenschaftliche Qualität erfordern eine immer größere Methodenkenntnis. Kommentar zu Meiser, T. et al. (2018). Positionspapier zur Rolle der Psychologischen Methodenlehre in Forschung und Lehre. Psychologische Rundschau, 69(4), 325-333.

Marevic, I., Arnold, N. R. & Rummel, J. (2018). Item-method directed forgetting and working memory capacity: A hierarchical multinomial modeling approach. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 71(5), 1070-1080.

Meiser, T., Rummel, J. & Fleig, H. (2018). Pseudocontingencies and choice behavior in probabilistic environments with context-dependent outcomes. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 44(1), 50-67.

Rummel, J. & Hildesheim, C. (2018). Fokussierung der Aufmerksamkeit: Können Trainings dabei helfen? Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, 25(4), 48-52.

Rummel, J. & Schaffmann, C. (2018). Achtsamkeitsinterventionen: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen. Dr. Jan Rummel plädiert dafür, Achtsamkeit als Allheilmittel kritisch zu hinterfragen. Report Psychologie, 43(10), 418-419.

Gollwitzer, M., Antoni, C. H., Bölte, J., Hellmann, D., Horz, H., Spinath, B., Schröder, A., Abele-Brehm, A., Frey, D., Stürmer, S., Oeberst, A., Trötschel, R., Decker, O., Renner, K.-H., Ziegler, M., Bühner, M., Spengler, M., Giesen, C., Rummel, J., Janczyk, M., Bermeitinger, C., Bipp, T., Rigotti, T., König, C. J., Jucks, R., Fischer, F., Scheiter, K., Kirsch, P., Kübler, A., Quednow, B. B., Ulrich, N., von Dawans, B., Fydrich, T., Christiansen, H., Richter, J., Lüdmann, M., Morgenroth, O., Rief, W., Schäfer, T., Sperling, J., Behrmann, L. & Sieverding, M. (2017). Kommentare "Stellungnahme zur Lage des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses in der Psychologie" zum Beitrag von K. Rentzsch et. al. Psychologische Rundschau, 68(4), 263-292.

Röer, J. P., Rummel, J., Bell, R. & Buchner, A. (2017). Metacognition in auditory distraction: How expectations about distractibility influence the irrelevant sound effect. Journal of Cognition, 1(1), No. 2.

Rummel, J. & Nied, L. (2017). Do drives drive the train of thought?-Effects of hunger and sexual arousal on mind-wandering behavior. Consciousness and Cognition, 179-187.

Rummel, J., Smeekens, B. A. & Kane, M. J. (2017). Dealing with prospective memory demands while performing an ongoing task: Shared processing, increased on-task focus, or both? Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43(7), 1047-1062.

Rummel, J., Wesslein, A.-K. & Meiser, T. (2017). The role of action coordination for prospective memory: Task-interruption demands affect intention realization. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43(5), 717-735.

Steindorf, L. & Rummel, J. (2017). "I should not forget the apples!"-mind-wandering episodes used as opportunities for rehearsal in an interrupted recall paradigm. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 31(4), 424-430.

Dummel, S. & Rummel, J. (2016). Effects of ego-depletion on choice behaviour in a multi-attribute decision task. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 28(3), 374-383.

Dummel, S. & Rummel, J. (2016). Take-the-best and the influence of decision-inconsistent attributes on decision confidence and choices in memory-based decisions. Memory, 24(10), 1435-1443.

Dummel, S., Rummel, J. & Voss, A. (2016). Additional information is not ignored: New evidence for information integration and inhibition in take-the-best decisions. Acta Psychologica, 163, 167-184.

Englert, C. & Rummel, J. (2016). I want to keep on exercising but I don't: The negative impact of momentary lacks of self-control on exercise adherence. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 26, 24-31.

Funke, J., Rummel, J. & Voss, A. (Eds.). (2016). TeaP 2016. Abstracts of the 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists. Heidelberg, Germany, March 21-23.2016. Lengerich: Pabst.

Kroneisen, M., Rummel, J. & Erdfelder, E. (2016). What kind of processing is survival processing? Effects of different types of dual-task load on the survival processing effect. Memory & Cognition, 44(8), 1228-1243.

Rummel, J., Marevic, I. & Kuhlmann, B. G. (2016). Investigating storage and retrieval processes of directed forgetting: A model-based approach. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 42(10), 1526-1543.

Rummel, J. & Meiser, T. (2016). Spontaneous prospective-memory processing: Unexpected fluency experiences trigger erroneous intention executions. Memory & Cognition, 44(1), 89-103.

Boywitt, C. D., Rummel, J. & Meiser, T. (2015). Commission errors of active intentions: The roles of aging, cognitive load, and practice. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 22(5), 560-576.

Cook, G. I., Rummel, J. & Dummel, S. (2015). Toward an understanding of motivational influences on prospective memory using value-added intentions. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, No. 278.

Kroneisen, M., Rummel, J. & Erdfelder, E. (2014). Working memory load eliminates the survival processing effect. Memory, 22(1), 92-102.

Kuhlmann, B. G. & Rummel, J. (2014). Context-specific prospective-memory processing: Evidence for flexible attention allocation adjustments after intention encoding. Memory & Cognition, 42(6), 943-949.

Rummel, J. & Boywitt, C. D. (2014). Controlling the stream of thought: Working memory capacity predicts adjustment of mind-wandering to situational demands. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21(5), 1309-1315.

Wesslein, A. K., Rummel, J. & Boywitt, C. D. (2014). Differential effects of cue specificity and list length on the prospective and retrospective prospective-memory components. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 26(2), 135-146.

Rummel, J., Kuhlmann, B. G. & Touron, D. R. (2013). Performance predictions affect attentional processes of event-based prospective memory. Consciousness and Cognition, 22(3), 729-741.

Rummel, J. & Meiser, T. (2013). The role of metacognition in prospective memory: Anticipated task demands influence attention allocation strategies. Consciousness and Cognition, 22(3), 931-943.

Boywitt, C. D. & Rummel, J. (2012). A diffusion model analysis of task interference effects in prospective memory. Memory & Cognition, 40(1), 70-82.

Meiser, T. & Rummel, J. (2012). False prospective memory responses as indications of automatic processes in the initiation of delayed intentions. Consciousness and Cognition, 21(3), 1509-1516.

Rummel, J., Einstein, G. O. & Rampey, H. (2012). Implementation-intention encoding in a prospective memory task enhances spontaneous retrieval of intentions. Memory, 20(8), 803-817.

Rummel, J., Hepp, J., Klein, S. A. & Silberleitner, N. (2012). Affective state and event-based prospective memory. Cognition and Emotion, 26(2), 351-361.

Rummel, J.-T. (2011). The role of strategic task approaches for cue monitoring and cue detection in prospective memory. Dissertation, Universität, Fachbereich Psychologie, Marburg.

Rummel, J., Boywitt, C. D. & Meiser, T. (2011). Assessing the validity of multinomial models using extraneous variables: An application to prospective memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64(11), 2194-2210.

Rummel, J. (2010). Psychological distance to a prospective memory cue influences the probability of fulfilling a delayed intention. Memory, 18(3), 284-292.

Szameitat, A. J., Rummel, J., Szameitat, D. P. & Sterr, A. (2009). Behavioral and emotional consequences of brief delays in human-computer interaction. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 67(7), 561-570.

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