Ullrich K H Ecker
Ullrich K H Ecker
Associate Professor, University of Western Australia, School of Psychological Science
Verified email at uwa.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Misinformation and its correction: Continued influence and successful debiasing
S Lewandowsky, UKH Ecker, CM Seifert, N Schwarz, J Cook
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 13 (3), 106-131, 2012
Beyond misinformation: Understanding and coping with the “post-truth” era
S Lewandowsky, UKH Ecker, J Cook
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (4), 353-369, 2017
The components of working memory updating: an experimental decomposition and individual differences.
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, K Oberauer, AEH Chee
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (1), 170, 2010
Explicit warnings reduce but do not eliminate the continued influence of misinformation
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, DTW Tang
Memory & cognition 38 (8), 1087-1100, 2010
Correcting false information in memory: Manipulating the strength of misinformation encoding and its retraction
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, B Swire, D Chang
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18 (3), 570-578, 2011
A working memory test battery for MATLAB
S Lewandowsky, K Oberauer, LX Yang, UKH Ecker
Behavior Research Methods 42 (2), 571-585, 2010
Neutralizing misinformation through inoculation: Exposing misleading argumentation techniques reduces their influence
J Cook, S Lewandowsky, UKH Ecker
PloS one 12 (5), e0175799, 2017
The hidden persuaders break into the tired brain
C Bermeitinger, R Goelz, N Johr, M Neumann, UKH Ecker, R Doerr
Journal of experimental social psychology 45 (2), 320-326, 2009
Processing political misinformation: comprehending the Trump phenomenon
B Swire, AJ Berinsky, S Lewandowsky, UKH Ecker
Royal Society Open Science 4 (3), 160802, 2017
Color and context: An ERP study on intrinsic and extrinsic feature binding in episodic memory
UKH Ecker, HD Zimmer, C Groh-Bordin
Memory & Cognition 35 (6), 1483-1501, 2007
Has the butcher on the bus dyed his hair? When color changes modulate ERP correlates of familiarity and recollection
C Groh-Bordin, HD Zimmer, UKH Ecker
Neuroimage 32 (4), 1879-1890, 2006
Removal of information from working memory: A specific updating process
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, K Oberauer
Journal of Memory and Language 74, 77-90, 2014
The effects of subtle misinformation in news headlines.
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, EP Chang, R Pillai
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 20 (4), 323, 2014
Cognitive impairment of executive function as a core symptom of schizophrenia
T Wobrock, UKH Ecker, H Scherk, T Schneider-Axmann, P Falkai, ...
The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry 10 (4-2), 442-451, 2009
Reduced cortical inhibition in first-episode schizophrenia
T Wobrock, M Schneider, D Kadovic, T Schneider-Axmann, UKH Ecker, ...
Schizophrenia research 105 (1-3), 252-261, 2008
Do people keep believing because they want to? Preexisting attitudes and the continued influence of misinformation
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, O Fenton, K Martin
Memory & cognition 42 (2), 292-304, 2014
Reminders and repetition of misinformation: Helping or hindering its retraction?
UKH Ecker, JL Hogan, S Lewandowsky
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (2), 185-192, 2017
Binding of intrinsic and extrinsic features in working memory.
UKH Ecker, M Maybery, HD Zimmer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (1), 218, 2013
Context effects on familiarity are familiarity effects of context—An electrophysiological study
UKH Ecker, HD Zimmer, C Groh-Bordin, A Mecklinger
International Journal of Psychophysiology 64 (2), 146-156, 2007
Remembering perceptual features unequally bound in object and episodic tokens: Neural mechanisms and their electrophysiological correlates
HD Zimmer, UKH Ecker
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 34 (7), 1066-1079, 2010
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