Sverker Sikström
Sverker Sikström
Department of Psychology
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Aging cognition: from neuromodulation to representation
SC Li, U Lindenberger, S Sikström
Trends in cognitive sciences 5 (11), 479-486, 2001
7882001
Failure to detect mismatches between intention and outcome in a simple decision task
P Johansson, L Hall, S Sikström, A Olsson
Science 310 (5745), 116-119, 2005
6722005
How something can be said about telling more than we can know: On choice blindness and introspection
P Johansson, L Hall, S Sikström, B Tärning, A Lind
Consciousness and cognition 15 (4), 673-692, 2006
2702006
Magic at the marketplace: Choice blindness for the taste of jam and the smell of tea
L Hall, P Johansson, B Tärning, S Sikström, T Deutgen
Cognition 117 (1), 54-61, 2010
2382010
Listen to the noise: noise is beneficial for cognitive performance in ADHD
G Söderlund, S Sikström, A Smart
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 48 (8), 840-847, 2007
2382007
Integrative neurocomputational perspectives on cognitive aging, neuromodulation, and representation
SC Li, S Sikström
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 26 (7), 795-808, 2002
2092002
Stimulus-dependent dopamine release in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
S Sikström, G Söderlund
Psychological review 114 (4), 1047, 2007
1722007
The effects of background white noise on memory performance in inattentive school children
GBW Söderlund, S Sikström, JM Loftesnes, EJ Sonuga-Barke
Behavioral and brain functions 6 (1), 55, 2010
1622010
The dark side of Facebook: Semantic representations of status updates predict the Dark Triad of personality
D Garcia, S Sikström
Personality and individual differences 67, 92-96, 2014
1462014
A numerical comparison of three potential learning and forgetting models
MY Jaber, S Sikström
International Journal of Production Economics 92 (3), 281-294, 2004
862004
From change blindness to choice blindness
P Johansson, L Hall, S Sikström
Psychologia 51 (2), 142-155, 2008
752008
Forgetting curves: implications for connectionist models
S Sikström
Cognitive Psychology 45 (1), 95-152, 2002
712002
Choice blindness and preference change: you will like this paper better if you (believe you) chose to read it!
P Johansson, L Hall, B Tärning, S Sikström, N Chater
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 27 (3), 281-289, 2014
602014
The harmony in life scale complements the satisfaction with life scale: expanding the conceptualization of the cognitive component of subjective well-being
D Daukantaitė, K Hefferon, S Sikström
Social Indicators Research 126 (2), 893-919, 2016
552016
The power integration diffusion model for production breaks.
S Sikström, MY Jaber
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 8 (2), 118, 2002
502002
The association between office design and performance on demanding cognitive tasks
A Seddigh, C Stenfors, E Berntsson, R Bååth, S Sikström, H Westerlund
Journal of Environmental Psychology 42, 172-181, 2015
482015
Iranian and Swedish adolescents: differences in personality traits and well-being
ONE Kjell, AA Nima, S Sikström, T Archer, D Garcia
PeerJ 1, e197, 2013
452013
Quantifying the semantic representations of adolescents’ memories of positive and negative life events
D Garcia, S Sikström
Journal of Happiness studies 14 (4), 1309-1323, 2013
392013
A model for stochastic drift in memory strength to account for judgments of learning.
S Sikström, F Jönsson
Psychological Review 112 (4), 932, 2005
392005
Selection Bias in Choice of Words: Evaluations of “I” and “We” Differ Between Contexts, but “They” Are Always Worse
M Gustafsson Sendén, T Lindholm, S Sikström
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 33 (1), 49-67, 2014
302014
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