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In Press

  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (in press). Collaborative remembering revisited: Study context access modulates collaborative inhibition and later benefits for individual memory. Memory & Cognition. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Oberauer, K. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (in press). Gedächtnis und Wissen. In A. Kiesel & H. Spada (Hrsg.), Lehrbuch Allgemeine Psychologie, 4. Auflage. Hogrefe.

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2017

  • Pastötter, B., Eberle, H., Aue, I., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2017). Retrieval practice fails to insulate episodic memories against interference after stroke. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1074. view full text as pdf
  • Wallner, L. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2017). Benefi cial eff ects of selective item repetition on the recall of other items. Journal of Memory and Language, 95, 159-172view full text as pdf
  • Schlichting, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2017). Brief wakeful resting can eliminate directed forgetting. Memory, 25, 254-260. view full text as pdf
  • Rupprecht, J. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2017). Retrieval-induced versus context-induced forgetting: Can restudy preceded by context change simulate retrieval-induced forgetting? Journal of Memory and Language, 93, 259-275view full text as pdf
  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2017). Testing the context-change account of list-method directed forgetting: The role of retention interval. Journal of Memory and Language, 92, 170-182. view full text as pdf (item material)
  • Kerschbaum, H. H.,Hofbauer, I., Gföllner, A., Ebner, B., Bresgen, N., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2017). Sex, age and sex hormones affect recall of words in a directed forgetting paradigm. Journal of Neuroscience Research, 95, 251-259. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. & Kliegl, O. (2017). Retrieval-induced remembering and forgetting. In: Wixted, J. T. (ed.), Cognitive psychology of memory, Vol. 2 of Learning and Memory: A comprehensive reference, 2nd edition, Byrne, J. H. (ed.). pp. 27–51. Oxford: Academic Press. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T., Aslan, A., & Abel, M. (2017). The two faces of selective memory retrieval - cognitive, developmental, and social processes. In B. Ross (Ed.), The Psychology of Learning and Motivation (Vol. 66). Academic Press: Elsevier Inc. view full text as pdf  
  • Kliegl, O. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2017). Retrieval-induced forgetting. In R. Pohl (Ed.), Cognitive illusions. A handbook on fallacies and biases in thinking, judgement, and memory (pp. 446-462). New York: Psychology Press. view full text as pdf

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2016

  • Meconi, F., Anderl-Straub, S., Raum, H., Landgrebe, M., Langguth, B., Bäuml, K.-H.T., & Hanslmayr, S. (2016). Aberrant prefrontal beta oscillations predict episodic memory encoding deficits in schizophrenia. NeuroImage: Clinical, 12, 499-505. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2016). Testing enhances subsequent learning in older but not in younger elementary school children. Developmental Science,19, 992-998. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2016). Reversing the testing effect by feedback: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 16, 473-488. view full text as pdf
  • Kliegl, O. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2016). Retrieval practice can insulate items against intralist interference: Evidence from the list-length effect, output interference, and retrieval-induced forgetting.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 44, 202-214. view full text as pdf
  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2016). Retrieval practice can eliminate list-method directed forgetting. Memory and Cognition, 44, 15-23view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Kliegl, O., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2016). List-method directed forgetting: Evidence for the reset-of-encoding hypothesis employing item-recognition testing. Memory, 24, 63-74. view full text as pdf
  • Rupprecht, J. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2016). Retrieval-induced forgetting in item recognition: Retrieval specificity revisited. Journal of Memory and Language, 86, 97-118. view full text as pdf

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2015

  • Aslan, A., Schlichting, A., John, T., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2015). The two faces of selective memory retrieval: Earlier decline of the beneficial than the detrimental effect with older age. Psychology and Aging, 30, 824-834. view full text as pdf
  • Kliegl, O., Pastötter, B., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2015). The contribution of encoding and retrieval processes to proactive interference. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 41, 1778-1789. view full text as pdf
  • Waldhauser, G.T., Bäuml, K.-H. T., & Hanslmayr, S. (2015). Brain oscillations mediate successful suppression of unwanted memories. Cerebral Cortex, 25, 4180-4190. view full text as pdf
  • Sterzer, L., Schabus, M., Bäuml, K.-H. T., Kerschbaum, H. H. (2015). Intentional updating in episodic memory: Low testosterone associates with enhanced memory updating. Neuroendocrinology Letters, 36, 196-200. view full text as pdf
  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2015). Selective memory retrieval in social groups: When silence is golden and when it is not. Cognition, 140, 40-48. view full text as pdf
  • Schlichting, A., Aslan, A., Holterman, C., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2015). Working memory capacity predicts the beneficial effect of selective memory retrieval. Memory, 23, 786-794. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. & Dobler, I. M. (2015). The two faces of selective memory retrieval: Recall specificity of the detrimental but not the beneficial effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 41, 246-253. view full text as pdf

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2014

  • Bäuml, K.-H. T., Holterman, C., & Abel, M. (2014). Sleep can reduce the testing effect - it enhances recall of restudied items but can leave recall of retrieved items unaffected. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 40, 1568-1581. view full text as pdf
  • Dreisbach, G. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2014). Don't do it again! Directed forgetting of habits. Psychological Science, 25, 1242-1248.  view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2014). Later maturation of the beneficial than the detrimental effect of selective memory retrieval. Psychological Science, 25, 1025-1030. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. & Schlichting, A. (2014). Memory retrieval as a self-propagating process. Cognition, 132, 16-21. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2014). Distinct slow and fast cortical theta dynamics in episodic memory retrieval. NeuroImage, 94, 155-161. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2014). Retrieval practice enhances new learning: the forward effect of testing. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 286. view full text as pdf
  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2014). Sleep can reduce proactive interference. Memory, 22, 332-339. view full text as pdf
  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2014). The roles of delay and retroactive interference in retrieval-induced forgetting. Memory & Cognition, 42, 141-150. view full text as pdf

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2013

  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2013). Adaptive memory: The influence of sleep and wake delay on the survival-processing effect. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 25, 917-924view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Dreisbach, G., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2013). Dynamic adjustments of cognitive control: Oscillatory correlates of the conflict adaptation effect. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 25, 2167-2178. view full text as pdf
  • Hanslmayr, S., Backes, H., Straub, S., Popov, T., Langguth, B., Hajak, G., Bäuml, K.-H. T., & Landgrebe, M. (2013). Enhanced resting-state oscillations in schizophrenia are associated with decreased synchronization during inattentional blindness. Human Brain Mapping, 34, 2266-2275. view full text as pdf
  • Fellner, M.-C., Bäuml, K.-H. T., & Hanslmayr, S. (2013). Brain oscillatory subsequent memory effects differ in power and long-range synchronization between semantic and survival processing. NeuroImage, 79, 361-370. view full text as pdf
  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2013). Sleep can eliminate list-method directed forgetting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 39, 946-952. view full text as pdf
  • Dobler, I. M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2013). Retrieval-induced forgetting: Dynamic effects between retrieval and restudy trials when practice is mixed. Memory & Cognition, 41, 547-557. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2013). Listwise directed forgetting is present in young-old adults, but is absent in old-old adults. Psychology and Aging, 28, 213-218. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Weber, J., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2013). Using testing to improve learning after severe traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychology, 27, 280-285. view full text as pdf
  • Kliegl, O., Pastötter, B., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2013). List-method directed forgetting can be selective: Evidence from the 3-list and the 2-list tasks. Memory & Cognition, 41, 452-464. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Gleixner, S., Neuhauser, T., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2013). To push or not to push? Affective influences on moral judgment depend on decision frame. Cognition, 126, 373-377. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. & Kliegl, O. (2013). The critical role of retrieval processes in release from proactive interference. Journal of Memory and Language, 68, 39-53. view full text as pdf

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2012

  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2012). Retrieval-induced forgetting in old and very old age. Psychology and Aging, 27, 1027-1032. view full text as pdf
  • Hanslmayr, S., Volberg, G., Wimber, M., Oehler, N., Staudigl, T., Hartmann, T., Raabe, M., Greenlee, M. W., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2012). Prefrontally driven down-regulation of neural synchrony mediates goal-directed forgetting. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32, 14742-14751. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Kliegl, O., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2012). List-method directed forgetting: The forget cue improves both encoding and retrieval of postcue information. Memory & Cognition, 40, 861-873. view full text as pdf
  • Dobler, I. M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2012). Dissociating the two faces of selective memory retrieval. Memory, 20, 478-486. view full text as pdf
  • Abel, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2012). Retrieval-induced forgetting, delay, and sleep. Memory, 20, 420-428. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Berchtold, F., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2012). Oscillatory correlates of controlled speed-accuracy tradeoff in a response-conflict task. Human Brain Mapping, 33, 1834-1849. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. & Samenieh, A. (2012). Selective memory retrieval can impair and improve retrieval of other memories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 38, 488-494. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. & Samenieh, A. (2012). Influences of part-list cuing on different forms of episodic forgetting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 38, 366-375. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2012). Adaptive memory: Young children show enhanced retention of fitness-related information. Cognition, 122, 118-122. view full text as pdf

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2011

  • Hanslmayr, S., Volberg, G., Wimber, M., Raabe, M., Greenlee, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2011). The relationship between brain oscillations and BOLD signal during memory formation: a combined EEG-fMRI study. The Journal of Neuroscience, 31, 15674-15680. view full text as pdf
  • Moritz, S., Rietschel, L., Jelinek, L., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2011). Are patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder generally more doubtful? Doubt is warranted! Psychiatry Research, 189, 265-269. view full text as pdf
  • Mokros, A., Butz, M., Dombert, B., Santtila, P., Bäuml, K.-H. T., & Osterheider, M. (2011). Judgement of age and attractiveness in a paired comparison task: Testing a picture set developed for diagnosing paedophilia. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 16, 323-334. view full text as pdf
  • Wimber, M., Schott, B. H., Wendler, F., Seidenbecher, C. I., Behnisch, G., Macharadze, T., Bäuml, K.-H. T., & Richardson-Klavehn, A. (2011). Prefrontal dopamine and the dynamic control of human long-term memory. Translational Psychiatry, 1, e15. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Schicker, S., Niedernhuber, J., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2011). Retrieval during learning facilitates subsequent memory encoding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 37, 287-297. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2011). Individual differences in working memory capacity predict retrieval-induced forgetting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 37, 264-269. view full text as pdf

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2010

  • Aslan, A., Staudigl, T., Samenieh, A., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Directed forgetting in young children: Evidence for a production deficiency. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 17, 784-789. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A., Samenieh, A., Staudigl, T., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Memorial consequences of environmental context change in children and adults. Experimental Psychology, 57, 455-461. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Retrieval-induced forgetting in young children. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 17, 704-709. view full text as pdf
  • Staudigl, T., Hanslmayr, S., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Theta oscillations reflect the dynamics of interference in episodic memory retrieval. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 11356-11362. view full text as pdf
  • Hanslmayr, S., Staudigl, T., Aslan, A., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Theta oscillations predict the detrimental effects of memory retrieval. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 10, 329-338. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. & Samenieh, A. (2010). The two faces of memory retrieval. Psychological Science, 21, 793-795. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A., Zellner, M., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Working memory capacity predicts listwise directed forgetting in adults and children. Memory, 18, 442-450. view full text as pdf
  • Hanslmayr, S., Leipold, P., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Anticipation boosts forgetting of voluntarily suppressed memories. Memory, 18, 252-257. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H., Pastötter, B., & Hanslmayr, S. (2010). Binding and inhibition in episodic memory - Cognitive, emotional, and neural processes. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 34, 1047-1054. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Hanslmayr, S., & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Conflict processing in the anterior cingulate cortex constrains response priming. NeuroImage, 50, 1599-1605. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. & Hanslmayr, S. (2010). Forgetting in the no-think paradigm: interference or inhibition? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107, E3. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2010). Amount of postcue encoding predicts amount of directed forgetting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 36, 54-65. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B. & Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Retrieval inhibition in autobiographical memory. In J.H. Mace (Ed.), The act of remembering: Toward an understanding of how we recall the past (pp. 202–227). Wiley-Blackwell. view full text as pdf

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2009

  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2009). The role of item similarity in part-list cueing impairment. Memory, 17, 697-707. view full text as pdf
  • Kuhbandner, C., Hanslmayr, S., Maier, M.A., Pekrun, R., Spitzer, B., Pastötter, B., & Bäuml, K.-H. (2009). Effects of mood on the speed of conscious perception: behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 4, 286-293. view full text as pdf 
  • Hanslmayr, S., Spitzer, B., & Bäuml, K.-H. (2009). Brain oscillations dissociate between semantic and non-semantic encoding of episodic memories. Cerebral Cortex, 19, 1631-1640. view full text as pdf
  • Kuhbandner, C., Bäuml, K.-H., & Stiedl, F. C. (2009). Retrieval-induced forgetting of negative stimuli: the role of emotional intensity. Cognition and Emotion, 23, 817-830. view full text as pdf
  • Spitzer, B., Hanslmayr, S., Opitz, B., Mecklinger, A., & Bäuml, K.-H. (2009). Oscillatory correlates of retrieval-induced forgetting in recognition memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21, 976-990. view full text as pdf
  • Hanslmayr, S., Leipold, P., Pastötter, B., & Bäuml, K.-H. (2009). Anticipatory signatures of voluntary memory suppression. The Journal of Neuroscience, 29, 2742-2747. view full text as pdf
  • Wimber, M., Rutschmann, R. M., Greenlee, M. W., & Bäuml, K.-H. (2009). Retrieval from episodic memory: Neural mechanisms of interference resolution. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21, 538-549. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. & Kuhbandner, C. (2009). Positive moods can eliminate intentional forgetting. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 16, 93-98. view full text as pdf
  • Spitzer, B. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2009). Retrieval-induced forgetting in a category recognition task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 35, 286-291. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2009). How retrieval shapes episodic memories. In M.W. Greenlee (Ed.), New Issues in Experimental and Applied Psychology - A Festschrift for Alf Zimmer (pp. 26-51). Lengerich: Pabst Verlag. view full text as pdf

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2008

  • Wimber, M., Bäuml, K.-H., Bergström, Z., Markopoulos, G., Heinze, H.-J., & Richardson-Klavehn, A. (2008). Neural markers of inhibition in human memory retrieval. The Journal of Neuroscience, 28, 13419-13427. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B., Bäuml, K.-H., & Hanslmayr, S. (2008). Oscillatory brain activity before and after an internal context change - Evidence for a reset of encoding processes. NeuroImage, 43, 173-181. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2008). Memorial consequences of imagination in children and adults. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15, 833-837. view full text as pdf
  • Lloyd-Jones, T.J., Brandimonte, M.A., & Bäuml, K.-H. (2008). Verbalizing visual memories. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 20, 387-395.
  • Bäuml, K.-H., Hanslmayr, S., Pastötter, B., & Klimesch, W. (2008). Oscillatory correlates of intentional updating in episodic memory. NeuroImage, 41, 596-604. view full text as pdf
  • Hanslmayr, S., Pastötter, B., Bäuml, K.-H., Gruber, S., Wimber, M., & Klimesch, W. (2008). The electrophysiological dynamics of interference during the Stroop task. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20, 215-225. view full text as pdf 
  • Pastötter, B., Hanslmayr, S., & Bäuml, K.-H. (2008). Inhibition of return arises from inhibition of response processes: An analysis of oscillatory beta activity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20, 65-75. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2008). Inhibitory processes. In H.L. Roediger, III (Ed.),Cognitive psychology of memory. Vol. 2 of Learning and memory: A comprehensive reference (pp. 195-220). Oxford: Elsevier. view full text as pdf

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2007

  • Hanslmayr, S., Aslan, A., Staudigl, T., Klimesch, W., Herrmann, C. S., & Bäuml, K.-H. (2007). Prestimulus oscillations predict visual perception performance between and within subjects. NeuroImage, 37, 1465-1473. view full text as pdf
  • Pastötter, B. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2007). The crucial role of postcue encoding in directed forgetting and context-dependent forgetting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 33, 977-982. view full text as pdf
  • Spitzer, B. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2007). Retrieval-induced forgetting in item recognition: evidence for a reduction in general memory strength. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 33, 863-875. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2007). Part-list cuing with and without item-specific probes: the role of encoding. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 489-494. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2007). Making memories unavailable: the inhibitory power of retrieval. Journal of Psychology, 215, 4-11. view full text as pdf
  • Johansson, M., Aslan, A., Bäuml, K.-H., Gäbel, A., & Mecklinger, A. (2007). When remembering causes forgetting: electrophysiological correlates of retrieval-induced forgetting. Cerebral Cortex, 17, 1335-1341. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. & Kuhbandner, C. (2007). Remembering can cause forgetting - but not in negative moods. Psychological Science, 18, 111-115. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A., Bäuml, K.-H. & Grundgeiger, T. (2007). The role of inhibitory processes in part-list cuing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 33, 335-341. view full text as pdf
  • Aslan, A., Bäuml, K.-H. & Pastötter, B. (2007). No inhibitory deficit in older adults’ episodic memory. Psychological Science, 18, 72-78. view full text as pdf

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2006

  • Bäuml, K.-H. & Aslan, A. (2006). Part-list cuing can be transient and lasting: The role of encoding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 32, 33-43. view full text as pdf
  • Zellner, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2006). Inhibitory deficits in older adults: List-method directed forgetting revisited. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 32, 290-300. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2006). Retrieval inhibition in episodic recall: effects on feature binding. In H. Zimmer, A. Mecklinger & U. Lindenberger (Eds.), Binding in human memory: a neurocognitive approach (pp. 545-568). Oxford University Press. view full text as pdf

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2005

  • Bäuml, K.-H., Zellner, M. & Vilimek, R. (2005). When remembering causes forgetting: retrieval-induced forgetting as recovery failure. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 31, 1221-1234. view full text as pdf
  • Kissler, J. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2005). Memory retrieval in schizophrenia - evidence from part-list cuing. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 11, 273-80. view full text as pdf
  • Zellner, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2005). Intact retrieval inhibition in children's episodic recall. Memory & Cognition, 33, 396-404. view full text as pdf

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2004

  • Bäuml, K.-H. & Aslan, A. (2004). Part-list cuing as instructed retrieval inhibition. Memory & Cognition, 32, 610-617. view full text as pdf
  • Zellner, M. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2004). Retrieval inhibition in episodic recall. In A. Mecklinger, H. Zimmer & U. Lindenberger (Eds.), Bound in Memory: Insights from Behavioral and Neuropsychological Studies (pp. 1-26). Shaker Verlag.view full text as pdf

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2003

  • Bäuml, K.-H. & Kuhbandner, C. (2003). Retrieval-induced forgetting and part-list cuing in associatively structured lists. Memory & Cognition, 31, 1188-97. view full text as pdf

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2002

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2002). Semantic generation can cause episodic forgetting. Psychological Science, 13, 357-361. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2002). Color appearance of spatial pattern: the role of increments and decrements. Vision Research, 42, 1627-1637. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H., Kissler, J. & Rak, A. (2002). Part-list cuing in amnesic patients. Memory & Cognition, 30, 862-870. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. & Hartinger, A. (2002). On the role of item similarity in retrieval-induced forgetting. Memory, 10, 215-224. view full text as pdf

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2001

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2001). Increments and decrements in color constancy. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 18, 2419-2429. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2001). Konkurrenz und Suppression als Vergessensmechanismen beim episodischen Erinnern. Psychologische Rundschau, 52, 96-103.
  • Bäuml, K.-H., Zhang, X., & Wandell, B.A. (2001). Color spaces and color metrics. In C. J. van den Branden Lambrecht (Ed.), Vision Models and Applications to Image and Video Processing (pp. 99-122). Kluwer Academic Publisher. view full text as pdf

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2000

  • Kissler, J. & Bäuml, K.-H. (2000). Effects of the beholder's age on the perception of facial attractiveness. Acta Psychologica, 104, 145-166.

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1999

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1999). Color constancy: the role of image surfaces in illuminant adjustment. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 16, 1521-1530. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1999). Simultaneous color constancy: how surface color perception varies with the illuminant. Vision Research, 39, 1531-1550. view full text as pdf

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1998

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1998). Strong items get suppressed, weak items do not: the role of item strength in output interference. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 5, 459-463. view full text as pdf

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1997

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1997). The list-strength effect: Strength-dependent competition or suppression? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 4, 260-264. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H., Schnelzer, M. & Zimmer, A. (1997). The influence of inversion on the judgment of facial and non-facial attributes. Acta Psychologica, 96, 27-42.
  • Bäuml, K.-H., Schnelzer, M. & Zimmer, A. (1997). Discrimination and association processes for faces and non-faces: the effect of rotation. Acta Psychologica, 95, 107-118.

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1996

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1996). Revisiting an old issue: Retroactive interference as a function of the degree of original and interpolated learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 3, 380-384. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. & Wandell, B. A. (1996). Color appearance of mixture gratings. Vision Research, 36, 2849-2864. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1996). A Markov model for measuring storage loss and retrieval failure in retroactive inhibition. Acta Psychologica, 92, 231-250. view full text as pdf

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1995

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1995). Illuminant changes under different surface collections: examining some principles of color appearance. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 12, 261-271. view full text as pdf
  • Scheithe, K. & Bäuml, K.-H. (1995). Deutschsprachige Normen für Vertreter von 48 Kategorien. Sprache & Kognition, 14, 39-43. view full text as pdf

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1994

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1994). Color appearance: The effect of illuminant changes under different surface collections. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 11, 531-543. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1994). Upright versus upside-down faces: how inter-face attractiveness varies with orientation. Perception & Psychophysics, 56, 163-172.

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1993

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1993). A ratio principle for a red/green and a yellow/blue channel? Perception & Psychophysics, 53, 338-344.

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1991

  • Bäuml, K.-H. (1991). Experimental analysis of storage and retrieval processes involved in retroactive inhibition: The effect of presentation mode. Acta Psychologica, 77, 103-119.

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Popular

  • Bäuml, K.-H. T. (2010). Warum Vergessen wichtig ist - wie sich unser Gedächtnis unerwünschte Erinnerungen vom Leibe hält. Blick in die Wissenschaft - Forschungsmagazin der Universität Regensburg, 22, 3-9. view full text as pdf
  • Bäuml, K.-H. (2007). Warum vergessen wir Dinge? In: Universität für Kinder - Regensburg - Sommersemester 2007 (S. 53-60). Kneiting: Offsetdruck Christian Haas. view full text as pdf

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  1. Fakultät für Psychologie, Pädagogik und Sportwissenschaft
  2. Institut für Psychologie

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