Stephan E. Vogel
Stephan E. Vogel
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A developmental fMRI study of nonsymbolic numerical and spatial processing
L Kaufmann, SE Vogel, G Wood, C Kremser, M Schocke, LB Zimmerhackl, ...
Cortex 44 (4), 376-385, 2008
1632008
Dyskalkulie: Modelle, Diagnostik, Intervention
K Landerl, L Kaufmann, S Vogel
UTB, 2017
1172017
Developmental dyscalculia: compensatory mechanisms in left intraparietal regions in response to nonsymbolic magnitudes
L Kaufmann, SE Vogel, M Starke, C Kremser, M Schocke, G Wood
Behavioral and Brain Functions 5 (1), 35, 2009
1092009
Numerical and non-numerical ordinality processing in children with and without developmental dyscalculia: Evidence from fMRI
L Kaufmann, SE Vogel, M Starke, C Kremser, M Schocke
Cognitive Development 24 (4), 486-494, 2009
752009
An fMRI study of the numerical Stroop task in individuals with and without minimal cognitive impairment
L Kaufmann, A Ischebeck, E Weiss, F Koppelstaetter, C Siedentopf, ...
cortex 44 (9), 1248-1255, 2008
672008
Semantic and perceptual processing of number symbols: evidence from a cross-linguistic fMRI adaptation study
ID Holloway, C Battista, SE Vogel, D Ansari
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25 (3), 388-400, 2013
662013
Developmental specialization of the left parietal cortex for the semantic representation of Arabic numerals: an fMR-adaptation study
SE Vogel, C Goffin, D Ansari
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 12, 61-73, 2015
622015
Asymmetric processing of numerical and nonnumerical magnitudes in the brain: an fMRI study
T Leibovich, SE Vogel, A Henik, D Ansari
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28 (1), 166-176, 2016
522016
Overlapping and distinct brain regions involved in estimating the spatial position of numerical and non-numerical magnitudes: an fMRI study
SE Vogel, RH Grabner, M Schneider, RS Siegler, D Ansari
Neuropsychologia 51 (5), 979-989, 2013
462013
Differential processing of symbolic numerical magnitude and order in first-grade children
SE Vogel, A Remark, D Ansari
Journal of experimental child psychology 129, 26-39, 2015
392015
On the ordinality of numbers: A review of neural and behavioral studies
IM Lyons, SE Vogel, D Ansari
Progress in brain research 227, 187-221, 2016
332016
Math anxiety, intelligence, and performance in mathematics: Insights from the German adaptation of the Abbreviated Math Anxiety Scale (AMAS-G)
FL Schillinger, SE Vogel, J Diedrich, RH Grabner
Learning and Individual Differences 61, 109-119, 2018
232018
The left intraparietal sulcus adapts to symbolic number in both the visual and auditory modalities: Evidence from fMRI
SE Vogel, C Goffin, J Bohnenberger, K Koschutnig, G Reishofer, ...
NeuroImage 153, 16-27, 2017
152017
Neurokognitive Grundlagen der typischen und atypischen Zahlenverarbeitung
SE Vogel, D Ansari
Lernen und Lernstörungen, 2012
152012
Processing the order of symbolic numbers: A reliable and unique predictor of arithmetic fluency
SE Vogel, T Haigh, G Sommerauer, M Spindler, C Brunner, IM Lyons, ...
PsychOpen, 2017
132017
Interference and problem size effect in multiplication fact solving: Individual differences in brain activations and arithmetic performance
A De Visscher, SE Vogel, G Reishofer, E Hassler, K Koschutnig, ...
Neuroimage 172, 718-727, 2018
102018
The effect of visual parameters on neural activation during nonsymbolic number comparison and its relation to math competency
ED Wilkey, JC Barone, MMM Mazzocco, SE Vogel, GR Price
NeuroImage 159, 430-442, 2017
102017
Imaging the developing human brain using functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging: methodological and practical guidelines
SE Vogel, AA Matejko, D Ansari
Practical research with children, 72-95, 2016
92016
The neural correlates of health risk perception in individuals with low and high numeracy
SE Vogel, C Keller, K Koschutnig, G Reishofer, F Ebner, S Dohle, ...
ZDM 48 (3), 337-350, 2016
52016
Cognitive neuroscience of numerical cognition
D Ansari, SE Vogel
The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2013
42013
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