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  • Kerzel, D., & Constant, M. (2024, accepted).
    Dense and uniform displays facilitate the detection of salient targets. Visual Cognition

  • Constant, M., Mandal, A., Asanowicz, D., Yamaguchi, M., Gillmeister, H., Kerzel, D., Luque, D., Pesciarelli, F., Fehr, T., Mushtaq, F., Pavlov, Y. G., & Liesefeld, H. R. (2023).
    A multilab investigation into the N2pc as an indicator of attentional selectivity: Direct replication of Eimer (1996).
    Registered Report aimed for Cortex. https://doi.org/grv7h2 [accepted version; in-principle acceptance]

  • Constant, M. & Liesefeld, H. R. (2023).
    Effects of salience are long-lived and stubborn.
    Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 152(9), 2685-2694. https://doi.org/gr6xzr [accepted version; data]

  • Liesefeld, H.,Constant, M. & Oberauer K. (2022).
    The consequences of effects of saliency are long-lived (and stubborn).
    Journal of Vision, 22(14), 4206. https://doi.org/jsvx (Conference abstract) [poster]

  • Constant, M. & Liesefeld, H. R. (2022).
    Examining the effect of saliency on EEG markers of attention allocation and maintenance in a visual-working-memory task.
    Journal of Vision, 22(14), 3512. https://doi.org/jsvw (Conference abstract) [poster]

  • Laybourn, S., Frenzel A. C., Constant M. & Liesefeld, H. R. (2022).
    Unintended emotions in the laboratory: Emotions incidentally induced by a standard visual working memory task predict task performance.
    Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 151(7), 1591-1605. https://doi.org/hh3g [accepted version; data]

  • Constant, M. & Liesefeld, H. R. (2021).
    Massive effects of saliency on information processing in visual working memory.
    Psychological Science, 32(5), 682-691. https://doi.org/gjk9jh [preprint V1; preprint V2; peer-reviewed]

  • Constant, M. & Liesefeld, H. R. (2020).
    The role of saliency for visual working memory in complex visual scenes.
    Journal of Vision, 20(11), 499. https://doi.org/fgf4 (Conference abstract) [poster]

  • Constant, M. & Mellet, E. (2018).
    The impact of handedness, sex, and cognitive abilities on Left–Right Discrimination: A behavioral study.
    Frontiers in Psychology, 9. https://doi.org/gdbb4f [pdf]