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2017

Zander, Thea and Fernandez Cruz, Ana L. and Winkelmann, Martin P. and Volz, Kirsten G.. (2017) Scrutinizing the Emotional Nature of Intuitive Coherence Judgments. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 30 (3). pp. 693-707.

Zander, Thea and Volz, Kirsten G. and Born, Jan and Diekelmann, Susanne. (2017) Sleep increases explicit solutions and reduces intuitive judgments of semantic coherence. Learning & memory, 24 (12). pp. 641-645.

2016

Zander, Thea and Öllinger, Michael and Volz, Kirsten G.. (2016) Intuition and Insight: Two Processes That Build on Each Other or Fundamentally Differ? Frontiers in Psychology, 7. p. 1395.

Undorf, Monika and Zander, Thea. (2016) Intuitive metacognitive judgments: On being accurate without beliefs. In: 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP). Lengerich.

Zander, Thea and Volz, Kirsten G.. (2016) Intuitively integrating ambiguous stimulus input in the semantic domain. In: 50. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie. Lengerich, pp. 668-669.

Undorf, Monika and Zander, Thea. (2016) Intuition and metacognition: The effect of semantic coherence on judgments of learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 24 (4). pp. 1217-1224.

2015

Horr, Ninja K. and Braun, Christoph and Zander, Thea and Volz, Kirsten G.. (2015) Timing matters! The neural signature of intuitive judgments differs according to the way information is presented. Consciousness and Cognition, 38. pp. 71-87.

Zander, Thea and Volz, Kirsten G.. (2015) Intuitive Entscheidungsfindung im Laufe des Lebens - Je älter, desto intuitiver? In: Das soziale Gehirn. Neurowissenschaft und menschliche Bindung. Münster, pp. 137-157.

Zander, Thea and Volz, Kirsten G.. (2015) Intuition and insight: Two fundamentally different non-conscious (solution) processes? In: 57th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP). Lengerich, p. 21.