Markus Conrad
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The Berlin affective word list reloaded (BAWL-R)
MLH Võ, M Conrad, L Kuchinke, K Urton, MJ Hofmann, AM Jacobs
Behavior research methods 41 (2), 534-538, 2009
The word frequency effect
M Brysbaert, M Buchmeier, M Conrad, AM Jacobs, J Bölte, A Böhl
Experimental psychology, 2011
Incidental effects of emotional valence in single word processing: an fMRI study
L Kuchinke, AM Jacobs, C Grubich, MLH Vo, M Conrad, M Herrmann
NeuroImage 28 (4), 1022-1032, 2005
The coupling of emotion and cognition in the eye: Introducing the pupil old/new effect
MLH Võ, AM Jacobs, L Kuchinke, M Hofmann, M Conrad, A Schacht, ...
Psychophysiology 45 (1), 130-140, 2008
ANGST: Affective norms for German sentiment terms, derived from the affective norms for English words
DS Schmidtke, T Schröder, AM Jacobs, M Conrad
Behavior research methods 46, 1108-1118, 2014
Can Harry Potter still put a spell on us in a second language? An fMRI study on reading emotion-laden literature in late bilinguals
CT Hsu, AM Jacobs, M Conrad
Cortex 63, 282-295, 2015
Cross-validating the Berlin affective word list
MLH Võ, AM Jacobs, M Conrad
Behavior research methods 38, 606-609, 2006
The time course of emotion effects in first and second language processing: A cross cultural ERP study with German–Spanish bilinguals
M Conrad, G Recio, AM Jacobs
Frontiers in psychology 2, 351, 2011
Replicating syllable frequency effects in Spanish in German: One more challenge to computational models of visual word recognition
M Conrad, A Jacobs
Language and Cognitive Processes 19 (3), 369-390, 2004
Fiction feelings in Harry Potter: haemodynamic response in the mid-cingulate cortex correlates with immersive reading experience
CT Hsu, M Conrad, AM Jacobs
Neuroreport 25 (17), 1356-1361, 2014
Phonological iconicity
DS Schmidtke, M Conrad, AM Jacobs
Frontiers in psychology 5, 80, 2014
The emotion potential of words and passages in reading Harry Potter–An fMRI study
CT Hsu, AM Jacobs, FMM Citron, M Conrad
Brain and language 142, 96-114, 2015
Syllables and bigrams: orthographic redundancy and syllabic units affect visual word recognition at different processing levels.
M Conrad, M Carreiras, S Tamm, AM Jacobs
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (2), 461, 2009
On pleasure and thrill: The interplay between arousal and valence during visual word recognition
G Recio, M Conrad, LB Hansen, AM Jacobs
Brain and language 134, 34-43, 2014
Phonology as the source of syllable frequency effects in visual word recognition: Evidence from French
M Conrad, J Grainger, AM Jacobs
Memory & Cognition 35 (5), 974-983, 2007
Inhibitory effects of first syllable-frequency in lexical decision: an event-related potential study
F Hutzler, J Bergmann, M Conrad, M Kronbichler, P Stenneken, ...
Neuroscience Letters 372 (3), 179-184, 2004
When emotions are expressed figuratively: Psycholinguistic and Affective Norms of 619 Idioms for German (PANIG)
FMM Citron, C Cacciari, M Kucharski, L Beck, M Conrad, AM Jacobs
Behavior research methods 48, 91-111, 2016
Measuring the basic affective tone of poems via phonological saliency and iconicity.
A Aryani, M Kraxenberger, S Ullrich, AM Jacobs, M Conrad
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 10 (2), 191, 2016
10 years of BAWLing into affective and aesthetic processes in reading: what are the echoes?
AM Jacobs, MLH Võ, BB Briesemeister, M Conrad, MJ Hofmann, ...
Frontiers in psychology 6, 714, 2015
Contrasting effects of token and type syllable frequency in lexical decision
M Conrad, M Carreiras, AM Jacobs
Language and Cognitive Processes 23 (2), 296-326, 2008
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