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Keye, Doris; Wilhelm, Oliver; Oberauer, Klaus; Stürmer, Birgit (2013). Individual differences in response conflict adaptations. Frontiers in Psychology:4:947.
Wilhelm, Oliver; Hildebrandt, Andrea; Oberauer, Klaus (2013). What is working memory capacity, and how can we measure it? Frontiers in Psychology:4:433.
Oberauer, Klaus; Süβ, Heinz-Martin; Wilhelm, Oliver; Wittmann, Werner W (2008). Which working memory functions predict intelligence? Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 36(6):641-652.
Schmiedek, Florian; Oberauer, Klaus; Wilhelm, Oliver; Süß, H M; Wittmann, Werner W (2007). Individual differences in components of reaction time distributions and their relations to working memory and intelligence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 136(3):414-429.
Wilhelm, Oliver; Oberauer, Klaus (2006). Why are reasoning ability and working memory capacity related to mental speed? An investigation of stimulus-response compatibility in choice reaction time tasks. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 18(1):18-50.
Oberauer, Klaus; Hörnig, R; Weidenfeld, Andrea; Wilhelm, Oliver (2005). Effects of directionality in deductive reasoning: II. Premise integration and conclusion evaluation. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Section A: Human Experimental Psychology, 58(7):1225-1247.
Oberauer, Klaus; Wilhelm, Oliver; Schulze, Ralf; Süß, H M (2005). Working memory and intelligence -Their correlation and their relation: Comment on Ackerman, Beier, and Boyle (2005). Psychological Bulletin, 131(1):61-65.
Oberauer, Klaus; Wilhelm, Oliver (2003). The meaning(s) of conditionals: conditional probabilities, mental models, and personal utilities. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 29(4):680-693.
Oberauer, Klaus; Süß, H M; Wilhelm, Oliver; Wittmann, Werner W (2003). The multiple faces of working memory: Storage, processing, supervision, and coordination. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 31(2):167-193.
Süß, Heinz-Martin; Oberauer, Klaus; Wittmann, Werner W; Wilhelm, Oliver; Schulze, Ralf (2002). Working-memory capacity explains reasoning ability—and a little bit more. Intelligence, 30(3):261-288.