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Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Gade, Miriam; Oberauer, Klaus (2017). Should We Stop Thinking About Inhibition? Searching for Individual and Age Differences in Inhibition Ability. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition:Epub ahead of print.
Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Meier, Beat (2017). Post-conflict slowing after incongruent stimuli: from general to conflict-specific. Psychological Research, 81(3):611-628.
Meier, Beat; Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Rothen, Nicolas (2015). Turning univalent stimuli bivalent: Synesthesia can cause cognitive conflict in task switching. Cognitive Neuroscience, 6(2-3):48-55.
Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Meier, Beat (2015). Age affects the adjustment of cognitive control after a conflict: evidence from the bivalency effect. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 22(1):72-94.
Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Meier, Beat (2014). More conflict does not trigger more adjustment of cognitive control for subsequent events: A study of the bivalency effect. Acta Psychologica, 145:111-117.
Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Meier, Beat (2013). An orienting response is not enough: Bivalency not infrequency causes the bivalency effect. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 9(3):146-155.
Meier, Beat; Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Woodward, Todd S; Müri, René; Gutbrod, Klemens (2013). Episodic context binding in task switching: Evidence from amnesia. Neuropsychologia, 51(5):886-892.
Meier, Beat; Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Rothen, Nicolas; Graf, Peter (2013). Recognition memory across the lifespan: the impact of word frequency and study-test interval on estimates of familiarity and recollection. Frontiers in Psychology:4:787.
Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Koenig, Thomas; Meier, Beat (2013). The bivalency effect represents an interference-triggered adjustment of cognitive control: An ERP study. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 13(3):575-583.
Meier, Beat; Rey-Mermet, Alodie (2012). Beyond feature binding: interference from episodic context binding creates the bivalency effect in task-switching. Frontiers in Psychology:3:386.
Meier, Beat; Rey-Mermet, Alodie (2012). Beyond monitoring: After-effects of responding to prospective memory targets. Consciousness and Cognition, 21(4):1644-1653.
Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Meier, Beat (2012). The bivalency effect: Evidence for flexible adjustment of cognitive control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38(1):213-221.
Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Meier, Beat (2012). The bivalency effect: adjustment of cognitive control without response set priming. Psychological Research, 76(1):50-59.
Meier, Beat; Woodward, Todd S; Rey-Mermet, Alodie; Graf, Peter (2009). The bivalency effect in task switching: General and enduring. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne de Psychologie Expérimentale, 63(3):201-210.