Thomas Goschke
Thomas Goschke
Professor für Allgemeine Psychologie
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How positive affect modulates cognitive control: reduced perseveration at the cost of increased distractibility.
G Dreisbach, T Goschke
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (2), 343, 2004
Representation of intentions: Persisting activation in memory.
T Goschke, J Kuhl
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 19 (5), 1211, 1993
Emotion and intuition: Effects of positive and negative mood on implicit judgments of semantic coherence
A Bolte, T Goschke, J Kuhl
Psychological science 14 (5), 416-421, 2003
14 Intentional Reconfiguration and Involuntary Persistence in Task Set Switching
T Goschke
Control of cognitive processes, 331, 2000
Executive control emerging from dynamic interactions between brain systems mediating language, working memory and attentional processes
O Gruber, T Goschke
Acta psychologica 115 (2-3), 105-121, 2004
Inflexibly focused under stress: acute psychosocial stress increases shielding of action goals at the expense of reduced cognitive flexibility with increasing time lag to the …
F Plessow, R Fischer, C Kirschbaum, T Goschke
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (11), 3218-3227, 2011
Emotional modulation of control dilemmas: The role of positive affect, reward, and dopamine in cognitive stability and flexibility
T Goschke, A Bolte
Neuropsychologia 62, 403-423, 2014
A theory of action control: Mental subsystems, modes of control, and volitional conflict-resolution strategies
J Kuhl, T Goschke
Volition and personality: Action versus state orientation 5, 93-124, 1994
Dysfunctions of decision‐making and cognitive control as transdiagnostic mechanisms of mental disorders: Advances, gaps, and needs in current research
T Goschke
International journal of methods in psychiatric research 23 (S1), 41-57, 2014
Voluntary action and cognitive control from a cognitive neuroscience perspective.
T Goschke
Oxford University Press, 2003
Dopamine and cognitive control: the influence of spontaneous eyeblink rate and dopamine gene polymorphisms on perseveration and distractibility.
G Dreisbach, J Müller, T Goschke, A Strobel, K Schulze, KP Lesch, ...
Behavioral neuroscience 119 (2), 483, 2005
The temporal dynamics of voluntary emotion regulation
H Walter, A von Kalckreuth, D Schardt, A Stephan, T Goschke, S Erk
PLoS one 4 (8), e6726, 2009
Explicit and implicit learning of event sequences: evidence from event-related brain potentials.
M Eimer, T Goschke, F Schlaghecken, B Stürmer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 22 (4), 970, 1996
Remembering what to do: Explicit and implicit memory for intentions
T Goschke, J Kuhl
Prospective memory: Theory and applications, 53-91, 1996
Volition und kognitive Kontrolle
T Goschke
Allgemeine Psychologie, 251-315, 2016
How decisions emerge: action dynamics in intertemporal decision making.
M Dshemuchadse, S Scherbaum, T Goschke
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (1), 93, 2013
On the speed of intuition: Intuitive judgments of semantic coherence under different response deadlines
A Bolte, T Goschke
Memory & cognition 33, 1248-1255, 2005
Implicit learning of perceptual and motor sequences: Evidence for independent learning systems.
T Goschke
Sage Publications, Inc, 1998
Modulation of the error-related negativity by induction of short-term negative affect
D Wiswede, TF Münte, T Goschke, J Rüsseler
Neuropsychologia 47 (1), 83-90, 2009
How decisions evolve: The temporal dynamics of action selection
S Scherbaum, M Dshemuchadse, R Fischer, T Goschke
Cognition 115 (3), 407-416, 2010
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