LIN Staff

Andreas Widmann


Neurocognitive Development

Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology
Brenneckestr. 6
39118 Magdeburg
Phone: +49 391 6263 94441
ORCID: 0000-0003-3664-8581

  • Publications


    Dercksen TT, Widmann A, Noesselt T, Wetzel N. 2023. Somatosensory omissions reveal action-related predictive processing. Human Brain Mapping.

    Bonmassar C, Scharf F, Widmann A, Wetzel N. 2023. On the relationship of arousal and attentional distraction by emotional novel sounds. Cognition. 237:Article 105470.

    Dercksen TT, Widmann A, Wetzel N. 2023. Salient omissions-pupil dilation in response to unexpected omissions of sound and touch. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 14:Article 1143931.

    Volkmer S, Wetzel N, Widmann A, Scharf F. 2022. Attentional control in middle childhood is highly dynamic - Strong initial distraction is followed by advanced attention control. Developmental Science. 25(6):Article e13275.

    Widmann A, Schröger E. 2022. Intention-based predictive information modulates auditory deviance processing. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16:Article 995119.

    Chung WY, Darriba ÁL, Korka B, Widmann A, Schröger E, Waszak F. 2022. Action effect predictions in 'what', 'when', and 'whether' intentional actions. Brain Research. 1791:Article 147992.

    Mädebach A, Widmann A, Posch M, Schröger E, Jescheniak JD. 2022. Hearing "Birch" Hampers Saying "Duck"-An Event-Related Potential Study on Phonological Interference in Immediate and Delayed Word Production. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 34(8):1397-1415.

    Scharf F, Widmann A, Bonmassar C, Wetzel N. 2022. A tutorial on the use of temporal principal component analysis in developmental ERP research – Opportunities and challenges. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 54:Article 101072.

    Korka B, Widmann A, Waszak F, Darriba Á, Schröger E. 2022. The auditory brain in action: Intention determines predictive processing in the auditory system. A review of current paradigms and findings. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 29(2):321-342.

    Ríos-López P, Widmann A, Aurelie-Bidet-Caulet , Wetzel N. 2022. The effect of background speech on attentive sound processing: A pupil dilation study. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 174:47-56.

    Dercksen TT, Widmann A, Scharf F, Wetzel N. 2022. Sound omission related brain responses in children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 53:Article 101045.

    Wetzel N, Widmann A, Schöllkopf U, Prigge M, Krauel K. 2022. A new paradigm to assess pupil dilation as a marker for a dysfunctional arousal regulation in children with ADHD. PsyArXiv.

    Wetzel N, Kunke D, Widmann A. 2021. Tablet PC use directly affects children's perception and attention. Scientific Reports. 11(1):Article 21215.

    Bonmassar C, Scharf F, Widmann A, Wetzel N. 2021. On the relationship of behavioral distraction and pupil dilation caused by emotional novel sounds. PsyArXiv.

    Fink-Lamotte J, Widmann A, Sering K, Schröger E, Exner C. 2021. Attentional Processing of Disgust and Fear and Its Relationship With Contamination-Based Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms: Stronger Response Urgency to Disgusting Stimuli in Disgust-Prone Individuals. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 12:Article 596557.

    Dercksen TT, Stuckenberg MV, Schröger E, Wetzel N, Widmann A. 2021. Cross-modal predictive processing depends on context rather than local contingencies. Psychophysiology. 58(6):Article e13811.

    Stuckenberg MV, Schröger E, Widmann A. 2021. Modulation of early auditory processing by visual information: Prediction or bimodal integration?. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics. 83(4):1538–1551.

    Korka B, Schröger E, Widmann A. 2021. The encoding of stochastic regularities is facilitated by action-effect predictions. Scientific Reports. 11(1):Article 6790.

    Wetzel N, Widmann A, Scharf F. 2021. Distraction of attention by novel sounds in children declines fast. Scientific Reports. 11(1):Article 5308.

    Korka B, Schröger E, Widmann A. 2020. What exactly is missing here? The sensory processing of unpredictable omissions is modulated by the specificity of expected action-effects. European Journal of Neuroscience. 52(12):4667-4683.

    Dercksen TT, Widmann A, Schröger E, Wetzel N. 2020. Omission related brain responses reflect specific and unspecific action-effect couplings. NeuroImage. 215:116840.

    Male AG, O'Shea RP, Schröger E, Müller D, Roeber U, Widmann A. 2020. The quest for the genuine visual mismatch negativity (vMMN): Event-related potential indications of deviance detection for low-level visual features. Psychophysiology. 57(6):Article e13576.

    Fink-Lamotte J, Widmann A, Fader J, Exner C. 2020. Interpretation bias and contamination-based obsessive-compulsive symptoms influence emotional intensity related to disgust and fear. PLoS ONE. 15(4):e0232362.

    Wetzel N, Einhäuser W, Widmann A. 2020. Picture-evoked changes in pupil size predict learning success in children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 192:Article 104787.

    Bonmassar C, Widmann A, Wetzel N. 2020. The impact of novelty and emotion on attention-related neuronal and pupil responses in children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 42:Article 100766.

    Korka B, Schröger E, Widmann A. 2019. Action-intention based and stimulus-regularity based predictions: Same or different?. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 31(12):1917-1932.

    Wetzel N, Scharf F, Widmann A. 2019. Can't Ignore-Distraction by Task-Irrelevant Sounds in Early and Middle Childhood. Child Development. 90(6):e819-e830.

    Stuckenberg MV, Schröger E, Widmann A. 2019. Presentation Probability of Visual-Auditory Pairs Modulates Visually Induced Auditory Predictions. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 31(8):1110-1125.
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