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Publications

Articles

Atmaca, S., Stadler, W., Keitel, A., Ott, D. V. M., Lepsien, J., & Prinz, W. (2013). Prediction processes during multiple object tracking (MOT): Involvement of dorsal and ventral premotor cortices. Brain and Behavior,3(6), 683-700.
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Atmaca, S., Sebanz, N., & Knoblich, G. (2011). The joint flanker effect: Sharing tasks with real and imagined co-actors. Experimental Brain Research,211(3-4), 371-385.
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Wenke, D., Atmaca, S., Holländer, A., Liepelt, R., Baess, P., & Prinz, W. (2011). What is shared in joint action? Issues of co-representation, response conflict, and agent identification. Review of Philosophy and Psychology,2(2), 147-172.
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Atmaca, S., Sebanz, N., Prinz, W., & Knoblich, G. (2008). Action co-representation: The joint SNARC effect. Social Neuroscience,3(3-4), 410-420.
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Krauss, S., & Atmaca, S. (2004). Wie man Schülern Einsicht in schwierige stochastische Probleme vermitteln kann: Eine Fallstudie über das "Drei-Türen-Problem" = How to teach difficult stochastic problems: A case study on the "Monty-Hall-Dilemma". Unterrichtswissenschaft,32(1), 38-57.
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Atmaca, S., & Krauss, S. (2001). Der Einfluß der Aufgabenformulierung auf stochastische Performanz: Das "Drei-Türen-Problem" = The influence of task format on stochastic performance: The "Monty-Hall-Dilemma". Stochastik in der Schule,21(3), 14-21.
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Grammer, K., Oberzaucher, E., Holzleitner, I., & Atmaca, S. (2011). Dance: The human body as a dynamic motion system. In W. Tschacher, & C. Bergomi (Eds.), The Implications of Embodiment: Cognition and Communication (pp. 173-192). Exeter: Imprint Academic.
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Invited Talks (Selection)

2014Atmaca S. Prediction processes during the observation of arbitrary, abstract motion. Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK
2009Atmaca S. Representation of actions that have yet to take place. Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm Brain Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
2007Atmaca S, Sebanz N, Knoblich G. I know what you will do! Action and task co-representation in social context. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

Conference Papers (Selection)

2014 Stadler, W, Atmaca S. Premotor cortex activation during observation of moving objects indicates the involvement of action prediction processes (German). Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Bochum, Germany
2011Atmaca S, Sebanz N, Knoblich G. The Joint Flanker Effect. Joint Action Meeting (JAM), Vienna, Austria
2006Atmaca S, Sebanz N, Knoblich G. Action and task co-representation in social context. Cognitio, Montréal, Canada
2006Atmaca S, Sebanz N, Knoblich G. I know what you will do! Shared task representation in the service of action anticipation. Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES), Philadelphia, USA
2005Atmaca S, Sebanz N, Knoblich G. Action co-representation and coordination. Joint Action Meeting (JAM), Newark, USA

Poster presentations (Selection)

2009Atmaca S, Hollaender A, Wenke D, Prinz W. Task sharing with intentional vs. unintentional agents. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), San Francisco, USA  
2008Atmaca S, Chouchourelou A, Prinz W. Keeping track of multiple agents vs. objects. Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES), Kyoto, Japan
2007Atmaca S, Sebanz N, Knoblich G. Knowing what you do is like doing it myself: Boundary conditions of task co-representation in the Flanker paradigm. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), NYC, USA
2006Atmaca S, Sebanz N, Knoblich G. Co-representation of arbitrary S-R-mappings: The Joint Flanker Effect. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), San Francisco, USA
2005Atmaca S, Sebanz N, Prinz W, Knoblich G. Action co-representation with numerical stimuli: The Joint SNARC Effect. Psychonomics, Toronto, Canada
2004Atmaca S. Music: A sexual cue in mate choice? Clues from an internet dating service. Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES), Berlin, Germany  
2003Atmaca S, Todd PM. Is dance a sexual cue? Human Behavior from an Evolutionary Perspective (Menschliches Verhalten in Evolutionärer Perspektive, MVE), Seewiesen, Germany
2002Atmaca S, Wilke A. The evolution of dance: adaptation or by-product? (German) Human Behavior from an Evolutionary Perspective (Menschliches Verhalten in Evolutionärer Perspektive, MVE), Bielefeld, Germany