Katharina Zinke
Katharina Zinke
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-tuebingen.de
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Working memory training and transfer in older adults: effects of age, baseline performance, and training gains.
K Zinke, M Zeintl, NS Rose, J Putzmann, A Pydde, M Kliegel
Developmental psychology 50 (1), 304, 2014
2532014
Potentials and limits of plasticity induced by working memory training in old-old age
K Zinke, M Zeintl, A Eschen, C Herzog, M Kliegel
Gerontology 58 (1), 79-87, 2012
1252012
Plasticity of executive control through task switching training in adolescents
K Zinke, M Einert, L Pfennig, M Kliegel
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 41, 2012
902012
Dissociating the contributions of slow-wave sleep and rapid eye movement sleep to emotional item and source memory
S Groch, K Zinke, I Wilhelm, J Born
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 122, 122-130, 2015
622015
Visuospatial short-term memory explains deficits in tower task planning in high-functioning children with autism spectrum disorder
K Zinke, E Fries, M Altgassen, C Kirschbaum, L Dettenborn, M Kliegel
Child Neuropsychology 16 (3), 229-241, 2010
542010
Children with high-functioning autism show a normal cortisol awakening response (CAR)
K Zinke, E Fries, M Kliegel, C Kirschbaum, L Dettenborn
Psychoneuroendocrinology 35 (10), 1578-1582, 2010
502010
Time-based prospective memory performance and time-monitoring in children with ADHD
K Zinke, M Altgassen, RJ Mackinlay, P Rizzo, R Drechsler, M Kliegel
Child Neuropsychology 16 (4), 338-349, 2010
432010
Sleep divergently affects cognitive and automatic emotional response in children
E Bolinger, J Born, K Zinke
Neuropsychologia 117, 84-91, 2018
262018
Sleep augments training-induced improvement in working memory in children and adults
K Zinke, H Noack, J Born
Neurobiology of learning and memory 147, 46-53, 2018
222018
More effective consolidation of episodic long‐term memory in children than adults—Unrelated to sleep
JY Wang, FD Weber, K Zinke, M Inostroza, J Born
Child development 89 (5), 1720-1734, 2018
142018
Signs of enhanced formation of gist memory in children with autism spectrum disorder–a study of memory functions of sleep
EM Kurz, A Conzelmann, GM Barth, L Hepp, D Schenk, TJ Renner, J Born, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 60 (8), 907-916, 2019
132019
The role of cue detection for prospective memory development across the lifespan
A Hering, N Wild-Wall, PD Gajewski, M Falkenstein, M Kliegel, K Zinke
Neuropsychologia 93, 289-300, 2016
132016
Children's initial sleep‐associated changes in motor skill are unrelated to long‐term skill levels
K Zinke, I Wilhelm, M Bayramoglu, S Klein, J Born
Developmental science 20 (6), e12463, 2017
102017
Effects of sleep on word pair memory in children–separating item and source memory aspects
JY Wang, FD Weber, K Zinke, H Noack, J Born
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1533, 2017
102017
Plastizität
M Kliegel, K Zinke, A Hering
Angewandte Gerontologie: Interventionen für ein gutes Altern in 100 …, 2012
92012
Sleep’s benefits to emotional processing emerge in the long term
E Bolinger, TJ Cunningham, JD Payne, MA Bowman, E Bulca, J Born, ...
Cortex, 2019
72019
Dissociating long and short-term memory in three-month-old infants using the mismatch response to voice stimuli
K Zinke, L Thöne, EM Bolinger, J Born
Frontiers in psychology 9, 31, 2018
72018
Large expert-curated database for benchmarking document similarity detection in biomedical literature search
P Brown, AC Tan, MA El-Esawi, T Liehr, O Blanck, DP Gladue, ...
Database 2019, 2019
62019
How do children with autism spectrum disorder form gist memory during sleep? A study of slow oscillation–spindle coupling
EM Kurz, A Conzelmann, GM Barth, TJ Renner, K Zinke, J Born
Sleep 44 (6), zsaa290, 2021
22021
Beyond prospective memory retrieval: Encoding and remembering of intentions across the lifespan
A Hering, N Wild-Wall, M Falkenstein, PD Gajewski, K Zinke, M Altgassen, ...
International Journal of Psychophysiology 147, 44-59, 2020
22020
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