Karolina Janacsek
Karolina Janacsek
Associate Professor, University of Greenwich, London, United Kingdom
Adresse e-mail validée de greenwich.ac.uk
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The best time to acquire new skills: Age‐related differences in implicit sequence learning across the human lifespan
K Janacsek, J Fiser, D Nemeth
Developmental science 15 (4), 496-505, 2012
Sleep has no critical role in implicit motor sequence learning in young and old adults
D Nemeth, K Janacsek, Z Londe, MT Ullman, DV Howard, JH Howard
Experimental brain research 201 (2), 351-358, 2010
Learning in autism: implicitly superb
D Nemeth, K Janacsek, V Balogh, Z Londe, R Mingesz, M Fazekas, ...
PloS one 5 (7), e11731, 2010
Age-dependent and coordinated shift in performance between implicit and explicit skill learning
D Nemeth, K Janacsek, J Fiser
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 7, 147, 2013
Boosting human learning by hypnosis
D Nemeth, K Janacsek, B Polner, ZA Kovacs
Cerebral cortex 23 (4), 801-805, 2013
The dynamics of implicit skill consolidation in young and elderly adults
D Nemeth, K Janacsek
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2011
Implicit sequence learning and working memory: correlated or complicated?
K Janacsek, D Nemeth
Cortex 49 (8), 2001-2006, 2013
Predicting the future: from implicit learning to consolidation
K Janacsek, D Nemeth
International Journal of Psychophysiology 83 (2), 213-221, 2012
Both the cutaneous sensation and phosphene perception are modulated in a frequency-specific manner during transcranial alternating current stimulation
Z Turi, GG Ambrus, K Janacsek, K Emmert, L Hahn, W Paulus, A Antal
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 31 (3), 275-285, 2013
The differential consolidation of perceptual and motor learning in skill acquisition
E Hallgató, D Győri-Dani, J Pekar, K Janacsek, D Nemeth
Cortex 49 (4), 1073-1081, 2013
The neurocognition of developmental disorders of language
MT Ullman, FS Earle, M Walenski, K Janacsek
Annual review of psychology 71, 389-417, 2020
Competition between frontal lobe functions and implicit sequence learning: evidence from the long-term effects of alcohol
M Virag, K Janacsek, A Horvath, Z Bujdoso, D Fabo, D Nemeth
Experimental brain research 233 (7), 2081-2089, 2015
The Hungarian version of listening span task
K Janacsek, T Tanczos, T Mészáros, D Németh
Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle 64 (2), 385-406, 2009
Probabilistic sequence learning in mild cognitive impairment
D Nemeth, K Janacsek, K Király, Z Londe, K Németh, K Fazekas, I Ádám, ...
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 318, 2013
Statistical learning leads to persistent memory: Evidence for one-year consolidation
A Kóbor, K Janacsek, Á Takács, D Nemeth
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
Interference between sentence processing and probabilistic implicit sequence learning
D Nemeth, K Janacsek, G Csifcsak, G Szvoboda, JH Howard Jr, ...
PLoS One 6 (3), e17577, 2011
Deconstructing procedural memory: Different learning trajectories and consolidation of sequence and statistical learning
P Simor, Z Zavecz, K Horváth, N Éltető, C Török, O Pesthy, F Gombos, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2708, 2019
Right hemisphere advantage in statistical learning: evidence from a probabilistic sequence learning task
K Janacsek, GG Ambrus, W Paulus, A Antal, D Nemeth
Brain stimulation 8 (2), 277-282, 2015
ERPs differentiate the sensitivity to statistical probabilities and the learning of sequential structures during procedural learning
A Kóbor, Á Takács, Z Kardos, K Janacsek, K Horváth, V Csépe, D Nemeth
Biological Psychology 135, 180-193, 2018
High trait anxiety is associated with attenuated feedback-related negativity in risky decision making
Á Takács, A Kóbor, K Janacsek, F Honbolygó, V Csépe, D Németh
Neuroscience letters 600, 188-192, 2015
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