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Patrick Khader

  • PhD
  • Professor for General Psychology
  • Medizinische Hochschule Brandenburg Theodor Fontane
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Publications (20)

  • Automatic activation of attribute knowledge in heuristic inference from memory

    • Khader P
    • Pachur T
    • Jost K
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  • Electrophysiological Evidence for the Continuous Processing of Linguistic Categories of Regular and Irregular Verb Inflection in German.

    • Smolka E
    • Khader P
    • Wiese R
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  • The contribution of electrophysiology to functional connectivity mapping.

    • Schölvinck M
    • Leopold D
    • Brookes M
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  • Control processes during selective long-term memory retrieval.

    • Kizilirmak J
    • Rösler F
    • Khader P
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  • Controlling conflict from interfering long-term memory representations.

    • Jost K
    • Khader P
    • Düsel P
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  • Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on pain perception and working memory.

    • Mylius V
    • Jung M
    • Menzler K
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  • EEG power changes reflect distinct mechanisms during long-term memory retrieval

    • Khader P
    • Rösler F
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  • Memory-based decision-making with heuristics: evidence for a controlled activation of memory representations

    • Khader P
    • Pachur T
    • Meier S
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  • Elektrophysiologische Verfahren

    • Khader P
    • Rösler F
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  • Neural correlates of generating visual nouns and motor verbs in a minimal phrase context

    • Khader P
    • Jost K
    • Mertens M
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  • Theta and alpha oscillations during working-memory maintenance predict successful long-term memory encoding.

    • Khader P
    • Jost K
    • Ranganath C
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  • Verfahren zur Registrierung elektrischer und magnetischer Hirnaktivität

    • Khader P
    • Rösler F
    • Heil M
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  • Dissociating the solution processes of small, large, and zero multiplications by means of fMRI

    • Jost K
    • Khader P
    • Burke M
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  • Where memories are stored discloses how memories are formed - Content specificity of long-term memory representations

    • Khader P
    • Rösler F
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  • On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans

    • Khader P
    • Schicke T
    • Röder B
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  • Topography and dynamics of associative long-term memory retrieval in humans

    • Khader P
    • Knoth K
    • Burke M
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  • Content-specific activation during associative long-term memory retrieval

    • Khader P
    • Burke M
    • Bien S
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  • Material-specific long-term memory representations of faces and spatial positions: Evidence from slow event-related brain potentials

    • Khader P
    • Heil M
    • Rösler F
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  • EEG power and coherence analysis of visually presented nouns and verbs reveals left frontal processing differences

    • Khader P
    • Rösler F
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  • Differences between noun and verb processing in a minimal phrase context: a semantic priming study using event-related brain potentials.

    • Khader P
    • Scherag A
    • Streb J
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