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Titz, Johannes; Scholz, Agnes; Sedlmeier, Peter (2018). Comparing eye trackers by correlating their eye-metric data. Behavior Research Methods, 50(5):1853-1863.

Scholz, Agnes; Klichowicz, Anja; Krems, Josef F (2018). Covert shifts of attention can account for the functional role of "eye movements to nothing". Memory & Cognition, 46(2):230-243.

Scholz, Agnes; Krems, Josef F; Jahn, Georg (2017). Watching diagnoses develop: Eye movements reveal symptom processing during diagnostic reasoning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 24(5):1398-1412.

Klichowicz, Anja; Scholz, Agnes; Strehlau, Sascha; Krems, Josef F (2016). Differentiating between encoding and processing during sequential diagnostic reasoning: An eye-tracking study. In: 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia, 11 August 2016 - 13 August 2016, 129-134.

Scholz, Agnes; Mehlhorn, Katja; Krems, Josef F (2016). Listen up, eye movements play a role in verbal memory retrieval. Psychological Research, 80:149-158.

Prittmann, Anja; Scholz, Agnes; Krems, Josef F (2015). Shifting covert attention to spatially indexed locations increases retrieval performance of verbal information. In: 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, California, 23 July 2015 - 25 July 2015, 1907-1912.

Scholz, Agnes; Krems, Josef F; Jahn, Georg (2015). Tracking memory processes during ambiguous symptom processing in sequential diagnostic reasoning. In: 13th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, Groningen, 9 April 2015 - 12 April 2015, 71-72.

Scholz, Agnes; von Helversen, Bettina; Rieskamp, Jörg (2015). Eye movements reveal memory processes during similarity- and rule-based decision making. Cognition, 136:228-246.

Rebitschek, Felix G; Bocklisch, Franziska; Scholz, Agnes; Krems, Josef F; Jahn, Georg (2015). Biased processing of ambiguous symptoms favors the initially leading hypothesis in sequential diagnostic reasoning. Experimental Psychology, 62:287-305.

Scholz, Agnes (2015). Eye movements, memory, and thinking. Tracking eye movements to reveal memory processes during reasoning and decision-making. Chemnitz: Universitätsverlag Chemnitz.

Rebitschek, Felix G; Scholz, Agnes; Bocklisch, Franziska; Krems, Josef F; Jahn, Georg (2012). Order effects in diagnostic reasoning with four candidate hypotheses. In: 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Sapporo, Japan, 1 August 2012 - 4 August 2012, 905-910.

Scholz, Agnes; Mehlhorn, Katja; Bocklisch, Franziska; Krems, Josef F (2011). Looking at nothing diminishes with practice. In: 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Boston, Massachusetts, 20 July 2011 - 23 July 2011, 1070-1075.

Bocklisch, Franziska; Bocklisch, Steffen F; Baumann, Martin R K; Scholz, Agnes; Krems, Josef F (2010). The role of vagueness in the numerical translation of verbal probabilities: A fuzzy approach. In: 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Portland, Oregon, 11 August 2010 - 14 August 2010, 1974-1979.

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