Peer Reviewed Publications

The raw data and analysis scripts are available for many papers, at least for those papers where I was first author. Just click on “Links”.

Citation information can be found at my Google Scholar profile.

Submitted manuscripts (i.e., under review or in revision)

Foster, K. & Singmann, H. (in revision). Another Approximation of the First-Passage Time Densities for the Ratcliff Diffusion Decision Model.

Winiger, S., Singmann, H., & Kellen, D. (in revision). Violations of Conditional Independence in Mixed-State Models of Visual Working Memory.

Rey-Mermet, A.,  Singmann, H., Oberauer, K. (in revision). Neither measurement error nor speed-accuracy trade-offs explain the difficulty of establishing attentional control as a psychometric construct: Evidence from a latent-variable analysis using diffusion modeling.


Note: Publications “in press” are displayed as published in the upcoming year.

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3. Niklaus, Marcel; Singmann, Henrik; Oberauer, Klaus: Two Distinct Mechanisms of Selection in Working Memory: Additive Last-Item and Retro-Cue Benefits. In: Cognition, vol. 183, pp. 282-302, 2019. (Type: Journal Article | Links | BibTeX | Tags: mathematical modeling, measurement models, Signal detection, working memory)


2. Bartsch, Lea; Singmann, Henrik; Oberauer, Klaus: The Effects of Refreshing and Elaboration on Working Memory Performance, and their Contributions to Long-Term Memory Formation. In: Memory & Cognition, vol. 46, no. 5, pp. 796-808, 2018. (Type: Journal Article | Links | BibTeX | Tags: hierarchical-Bayesian modeling, working memory)
1. Mizrak, Eda; Singmann, Henrik; Öztekin, Ilke: Forgetting Emotional Material in Working Memory. In: Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 331–340, 2018. (Type: Journal Article | Links | BibTeX | Tags: Diffusion model, emotion, measurement models, memory, neuro, working memory)

Other up-to-date lists of my publications can be found at my Google Scholar profile (which contains citation information), my ReseachGate profile, or my ORCID profile (can be a little outdated).