Matthias Hartmann
Matthias Hartmann
UniDistance, Suisse/ University of Bern
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Spatial cognition, body representation and affective processes: the role of vestibular information beyond ocular reflexes and control of posture
FW Mast, N Preuss, M Hartmann, L Grabherr
Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 8, 2014
Moving along the mental number line: Interactions between whole-body motion and numerical cognition.
M Hartmann, L Grabherr, FW Mast
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (6 …, 2012
Spatial biases during mental arithmetic: Evidence from eye movements on a blank screen
M Hartmann, FW Mast, MH Fischer
Frontiers in Psychology 6 (12), 1-8, 2015
Pushing forward in embodied cognition: may we mouse the mathematical mind?
MH Fischer, M Hartmann
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1315, 2014
There is more than “more is up”: hand and foot responses reverse the vertical association of number magnitudes.
M Hartmann, V Gashaj, A Stahnke, FW Mast
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (4 …, 2014
Moving along the mental time line influences the processing of future related words
M Hartmann, FW Mast
Consciousness and Cognition 21 (3), 1558-1562, 2012
Eye movements during mental time travel follow a diagonal line
M Hartmann, CS Martarelli, FW Mast, K Stocker
Consciousness and Cognition 30, 201-209, 2014
Pupillometry: the eyes shed fresh light on the mind
M Hartmann, MH Fischer
Current Biology 24 (7), R281-R282, 2014
Counting is a spatial process: evidence from eye movements
M Hartmann, FW Mast, MH Fischer
Psychological Research 80, 399-409, 2016
Numbers in the eye of the beholder: What do eye movements reveal about numerical cognition?
M Hartmann
Cognitive Processing 16, 245-248, 2015
Eye movements reveal mental looking through time
K Stocker, M Hartmann, CS Martarelli, FW Mast
Cognitive Science 40 (7), 1648-1670, 2016
Loudness counts: Interactions between loudness, number magnitude, and space
M Hartmann, FW Mast
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (7), 1305-1322, 2017
Self-motion perception training: thresholds improve in the light but not in the dark
M Hartmann, S Furrer, MH Herzog, DM Merfeld, FW Mast
Experimental Brain Research 226 (2), 231-240, 2013
Acceptance and adherence to COVID-19 preventive measures are shaped predominantly by conspiracy beliefs, mistrust in science and fear–A comparison of more than 20 psychological …
M Hartmann, P Müller
Psychological Reports 126 (4), 1742-1783, 2023
Does a smartphone on the desk drain our brain? No evidence of cognitive costs due to smartphone presence in a short-term and prospective memory task
M Hartmann, CS Martarelli, TP Reber, N Rothen
Consciousness and cognition 86, 103033, 2020
Eye movements during visual imagery and perception show spatial correspondence but have unique temporal signatures
LM Gurtner, M Hartmann, FW Mast
Cognition 210, 104597, 2021
Happiness feels light and sadness feels heavy: introducing valence-related bodily sensation maps of emotions
M Hartmann, B Lenggenhager, K Stocker
Psychological research 87 (1), 59-83, 2023
Self-motion perception influences number processing: evidence from a parity task
M Hartmann, R Farkas, FW Mast
Cognitive Processing 13 (1), 189-192, 2012
Direction detection thresholds of passive self-motion in artistic gymnasts
M Hartmann, K Haller, I Moser, EJ Hossner, FW Mast
Experimental Brain Research 232 (4), 1249-1258, 2014
Time in the eye of the beholder: Gaze position reveals spatial-temporal associations during encoding and memory retrieval of future and past
CS Martarelli, FW Mast, M Hartmann
Memory & Cognition 45, 40-48, 2017
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