Katarzyna Patro

Psychology Ulm University, Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
"Katarzyna Patro"
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Patro K, Huckauf A. (2019) Asymmetries in flanker-target interference at different levels of number processing. Acta Psychologica. 201: 102938
Strauch C, Mühl K, Patro K, et al. (2019) Real autonomous driving from a passenger's perspective: Two experimental investigations using gaze behaviour and trust ratings in field and simulator Transportation Research Part F-Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 66: 15-28
Patro K, Nuerk HC, Brugger P. (2018) Visuospatial biases in preschool children: Evidence from line bisection in three-dimensional space. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 173: 16-27
Patro K, Haman M. (2017) Playing Reading, Using Hands: Which Activities are Linked to Number-Space Processing in Preschool Children? Psychology of Language and Communication. 21: 325-351
Patro K, Nuerk HC. (2016) Limitations of Trans-Species Inferences: The Case of Spatial-Numerical Associations in Chicks and Humans. Cognitive Science
Patro K, Shaki S. (2016) SNARC for numerosities is modulated by comparative instruction (and resembles some non-numerical effects). Cognitive Processing. 17: 127-37
Patro K, Fischer U, Nuerk HC, et al. (2016) How to rapidly construct a spatial-numerical representation in preliterate children (at least temporarily). Developmental Science. 19: 126-44
Patro K, Nuerk H, Cress U. (2016) Mental Number Line in the Preliterate Brain: The Role of Early Directional Experiences Child Development Perspectives. 10: 172-177
Nuerk HC, Patro K, Cress U, et al. (2015) How space-number associations may be created in preliterate children: six distinct mechanisms. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 215
Patro K, Nuerk H, Cress U. (2015) Does your body count? Embodied influences on the preferred counting direction of preschoolers Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 27: 413-425
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