Axel Mecklinger mainly investigates Cognitive psychology, Cognition, Stimulus, Event-related potential and Electrophysiology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Recognition memory, Prefrontal cortex, Syntactic category and Episodic memory in addition to Cognitive psychology. His Recognition memory research integrates issues from Recall and Semantic memory.
He has included themes like Developmental psychology and Age differences in his Cognition study. The Stimulus study combines topics in areas such as Communication, Audiology, Information processing, Memory performance and Brain mapping. His Event-related potential study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Memoria, Event, Complement and Ambiguity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognitive psychology, Event-related potential, Recognition memory, Cognition and Recall. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social psychology, Perception, Working memory, Episodic memory and Semantic memory. His Event-related potential research is under the purview of Neuroscience.
In his research on the topic of Recognition memory, Audiology is strongly related with Developmental psychology. His Cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electroencephalography, Communication and Information processing. His biological study deals with issues like Stimulus, which deal with fields such as Magnetoencephalography.
Axel Mecklinger mainly focuses on Cognitive psychology, Episodic memory, Event-related potential, Recognition memory and Recall. The concepts of his Cognitive psychology study are interwoven with issues in Context, Social psychology, Perception, Illusory correlation and Neural correlates of consciousness. He has researched Episodic memory in several fields, including Sentence, Semantic memory, Long-term memory and Memory performance.
His Event-related potential research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Expectancy theory and Stressor. Cognition covers Axel Mecklinger research in Recognition memory. When carried out as part of a general Recall research project, his work on Testing effect is frequently linked to work in Associative property, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His primary areas of study are Event-related potential, Cognitive psychology, Neuroscience, Recognition memory and Recall. Encoding specificity principle, Dissociation and Control is closely connected to Sentence in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Event-related potential. His work deals with themes such as Reconstructive memory, Long-term memory, Semantic memory and Episodic memory, which intersect with Cognitive psychology.
His Recognition memory research incorporates elements of Developmental psychology and Posterior parietal cortex. His Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Posttraumatic stress and Audiology. His research in Recall intersects with topics in N400, Conceptual processing and Conceptual fluency.
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Temporal structure of syntactic parsing: early and late event-related brain potential effects.
Angela D. Friederici;Anja Hahne;Axel Mecklinger.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (1996)
Differential contribution of frontal and temporal cortices to auditory change detection: fMRI and ERP results.
Bertram Opitz;Teemu Rinne;Axel Mecklinger;D.Yves von Cramon.
PROCESSING RELATIVE CLAUSES VARYING ON SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC DIMENSIONS :AN ANALYSIS WITH EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS
Axel Mecklinger;Herbert Schriefers;Karsten Steinhauer;Angela D. Friederici.
Memory & Cognition (1995)
Interfacing mind and brain: A neurocognitive model of recognition memory
Prefrontal cortex involvement in preattentive auditory deviance detection: neuroimaging and electrophysiological evidence.
Christian F. Doeller;Bertram Opitz;Axel Mecklinger;Christoph M. Krick.
Gamma responses and ERPs in a visual classification task
Christoph S. Herrmann;Axel Mecklinger;Erdmut Pfeifer.
Clinical Neurophysiology (1999)
Better or worse than expected? Aging, learning, and the ERN
Ben Eppinger;Jutta Kray;Barbara Mock;Axel Mecklinger.
Combining electrophysiological and hemodynamic measures of the auditory oddball.
B. Opitz;A. Mecklinger;D.Y. Von Cramon;F. Kruggel.
Syntactic parsing as revealed by brain responses: First-pass and second-pass parsing processes
Angela D. Friederici;Axel Mecklinger.
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research (1996)
Event related potentials and EEG components in a semantic memory search task.
Axel Mecklinger;Arthur F. Kramer;David L. Strayer.
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