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Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T., Busch, N. & Schubö, A. (in press). Failed suppression of salient stimuli precedes behavioral errors. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.

Bergmann, N., Koch, D. & Schubö, A. (2019). Reward expectation facilitates context learning and attentional guidance in visual search, Journal of Vision, 19(3), 10. doi:10.1167/19.3.10.

Bergmann, N., Tünnermann, J. & Schubö, A. (2019). Which search are you on? Adapting to color while searching for shape, Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13414-019-01858-6

Heuer, A. & Schubö, A. (2019). Cueing distraction: Electrophysiological evidence for anticipatory active suppression of distractor location. Psychological Research. doi: 10.1007/s00426-019-01211-4. Advance online publication. Zenodo: DOI 10.5281/zenodo.2526290

Heuer, A., Wolf, C., Schütz, A. & Schubö, A. (2019). The possibility to make choices modulates feature-based effects of reward. Scientific Reports 9:5749. Zenodo: DOI 10.5281/zenodo.1453309.

Heuer, A., & Schubö, A. (2018). Separate and combined effects of action relevance and motivational value on visual working memory. Journal of Vision, 18, 14.

Dötsch, D., Vesper, C. & Schubö, A. (2017). How you move is what I see: planning an action biases a partner’s visual search. Frontiers in Psychology 8:77. doi:10.3389/ fpsyg.2017.00077.

Feldmann- Wüstefeld, T., Miyakoshi, M., Petilli, M.A., Schubö, A. & Makeig, S. (2017). Reduced visual attention in heterogeneous textures is reflected in occipital alpha and theta band activity. PLOS ONE.

Heuer, A., & Schubö, A. (2017). Selective weighting of action-related feature dimensions in visual working memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 24, 1129-1134.

Heuer, A., Crawford, J.D. & Schubö, A. (2017). Action relevance induces an attentional weighting of representations in visual working memory. Memory & Cognition, 45, 413-427.

Heuer, A., Wolf, C., Schütz, A. & Schubö, A. (2017). The necessity to choose causes reward-related anticipatory biasing: Parieto-occipital alpha-band oscillations reveal suppression of low-value targets. Scientific Reports, 7:14318.

Kadel, H., Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T. & Schubö, A. (2017). Selection history alters attentional filter settings persistently and beyond top-down control. Psychophysiology, 54, 736-754. doi: 10.1111/psyp.12830.

Koenig, S., Kadel, H., Uengoer, M., Schubö, A., & Lachnit, H. (2017). Reward Draws the Eye, Uncertainty Holds the Eye: Associative Learning Modulates Distractor Interference in Visual Search. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 11. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2017.00128.

Oemisch, M., Watson, M.R., Womelsdorf, T. & Schubö, A. (2017). Changes of attention during value-based reversal learning are tracked by N2pc and feedback-related negativity. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11:540. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00540.

Wolf, C., Heuer, A., Schubö, A., & Schütz, A.C. (2017). The necessity to choose causes the effects of reward on saccade preparation. Scientific Reports, 7:16966.

Heuer, A., Schubö, A. & Crawford, J.D. (2016). Different cortical mechanisms for spatial vs. feature-based attentional selection in visual working memory. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10, 415. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2016.00415

Heuer, A., & Schubö, A. (2016a) The focus of attention in visual working memory: Protection of focused representations and its individual variation. PLOS ONE, 11, e0154228.

Heuer, A., & Schubö, A. (2016b). Feature-based and spatial attentional selection in visual working memory. Memory & Cognition 44, 621-632.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T., Brandhofer, R., & Schubö, A. (2016). Rewarded visual items capture attention only in heterogeneous textures. Psychophysiology.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T. & Schubö, A. (2016). Intertrial priming due to distractor repetition is eliminated in homogeneous contexts. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 78, 1935–1947

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T., Uengoer, M. & Schubö, A. (2015). You see what you have learned. Evidence for an interrelation of associative learning and visual selective attention. Psychophysiology, 52, 1483–1497.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T. & Schubö, A. (2015). Action planning mediates guidance of visual attention from working memory. Journal of Ophthalmology, 2015, 387378.

Dötsch, D. & Schubö, A. (2015). Social categorization and cooperation in motor joint action: Evidence for a joint end-state comfort. Experimental Brain Research, 233, 2323-2334.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T. & Schubö, A. (2014). Stimulus homogeneity enhances implicit learning: Evidence from contextual cueing. Vision Research, 97, 108-116.

Garrido-Vásquez, P. & Schubö, A. (2014). Modulation of visual attention by object affordance. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 59. PDF

Akyürek, E. G., & Schubö, A. (2013). Electrophysiological correlates of early attentional feature selection and distractor filtering. Biological Psychology, 93, 269-278.

Akyürek, E. G., & Schubö, A. (2013). The electrophysiological locus of the redundant target effect on visual discrimination in a dual singleton search task. Brain Research, 1537, 180-190.

Akyürek, E. G., Köhne, C., & Schubö, A. (2013). Task set flexibility and feature specificity modulate the limits of temporal attention. Psychological Research, 77, 583-598.

Akyürek, E. G., Schubö, A., & Hommel, B. (2013). Attentional control and competition between episodic representations. Psychological Research, 77, 492-507.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T. & Schubö, A. (2013). Textures shape the attentional focus: Evidence from exogenous and endogenous cueing. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 75(8), 1644-1666.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T., Wykowska, A. & Schubö, A. (2013). Context heterogeneity has a sustained impact on attention deployment: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Psychophysiology, 50, 722-733.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T. & Schubö, A. (2013). Context homogeneity facilitates both distractor inhibition and target enhancement. Journal of Vision, 13 (3), 11, 1-12.

Garrido-Vásquez, P., Pell, M. D., Paulmann, S., Strecker, K., Schwarz, J., & Kotz, S. A. (2013). An ERP study of vocal emotion processing in asymmetric Parkinson's disease. Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience, 8(8), 918-927.

Wykowska, A., Anderl, C., Schubö, A. & Hommel, B. (2013). Motivation modulates visual attention: Evidence from pupillometry. Frontiers in Psychology, 4:59.

Leszczynski, M., Myers, N., Akyürek, E. G., & Schubö, A. (2012). Recoding between two types of short-term memory representation revealed by the dynamics of memory search. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24, 653-663.

Mörtel, A., Lorenz, T., Vlaskamp, B.N.S., Gusraldi, A., Schubö, A., & Hirche, S. (2012). Modeling inter-human movement coordination: synchronization governs joint task dynamics. Biological Cybernetics, 106, 241–259

Vlaskamp, B.N.S., & Schubö, A. (2012). Eye movements during action preparation. Experimental Brain Research, 216, 463-472.

Wykowska, A., Schubö, A. (2012). Action intentions modulate allocation of visual attention: electrophysiological evidence. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:379.

Wykowska, A., & Schubö, A. (2012). Perception and action as two sides of the same coin. A review of the importance of action-perception links in humans for social robot design and research. International Journal of Social Robotics, 4, 5–14.

Wykowska, A., Hommel, B., Schubö, A. (2012). Imaging when acting: picture but not word cues induce action-related biases of visual attention. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:388.

Akyürek, E. G., & Schubö, A. (2011). The allocation of attention in displays with simultaneously presented singletons. Biological Psychology, 87, 218-225.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T., Schmidt-Daffy, M., & Schubö, A. (2011). Neural evidence for the threat detection advantage: Differential attention allocation to angry and happy faces. Psychophysiology, 48, 697-707.

Garrido-Vásquez, P., Jessen, S., & Kotz, S. A. (2011).  Perception of emotion in psychiatric disorders: On the possible role of task, dynamics, and multimodality. Social Neuroscience, 6, 515-536.

Wykowska, A., & Schubö, A. (2011). Irrelevant singletons in visual search do not capture attention but can produce non-spatial filtering costs. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23, 645-660.

Wykowska, A., Hommel, B., & Schubö, A. (2011). Action-induced effects on perception depend neither on element-level nor on set-level similarity between stimulus and response sets. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 73,1034–1041.

Wykowska, A., Maldonado, A., Beetz, M., & Schubö, A. (2011). How humans optimize their interaction with the environment: the impact of action context on human perception. International Journal of Social Robotics, 3, 223–231.

Akyürek, E., Dinkelbach, A., Schubö, A., & Müller, H. (2010). Electrophysiological correlates of detecting a visual target and detecting its absence: the role of feature dimensions. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3365-3370.

Akyürek, E. G., Vallines, I., Lin, E.-J., & Schubö, A. (2010). Distraction and target selection in the brain: an fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3335-3342.

Akyürek, E., Leszczynski, M., & Schubö, A. (2010). The temporal locus of the interaction between working memory consolidation and the attentional blink. Psychophysiology, 47, 1134-1141.

Akyürek, E., Dinkelbach, A., & Schubö, A. (2010). The neural processing fate of singleton target and nontarget stimuli. Brain Research, 1307, 115-133.

Akyürek, E., Schubö, A. & Hommel, B. (2010). Fast temporal event integration in the visual domain demonstrated by event-related potentials. Psychophysiology, 47, 512-522.

Schankin, A., & Schubö, A. (2010). Contextual cueing effects despite of spatially cued target locations. Psychophysiology, 47, 717-727.

Stork, S., & Schubö, A. (2010). Human cognition in manual assembly: Theories and applications. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 24, 320–328.

Stork, S., & Schubö, A. (2010). Cognition in manual assembly. KI – Künstliche Intelligenz, 24, 305-309.

Wykowska, A., & Schubö, A. (2010). On the temporal relation of top-down and bottom-up mechanisms during guidance of attention. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22, 640-654.