Martin E. Maier
Post-doc in Cognitive Neuroscience, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
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Martin E. Maier is post-doc funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and works at Centre for studies and research in Cognitive Neuroscience. His research interests include the neural mechanisms underlying the action monitoring and cognitive control. He carries out behavioral and EEG research both on healthy subjects and brain damage patients.
Selected pubblications:

Maier, M. E., & Steinhauser, M. (2013). Updating expected action outcome in the medial frontal cortex involves an evaluation of error type. Journal of Neuroscience, 33, 15705-15709.

Maier, M. E., & Di Pellegrino, G. (2012). Impaired conflict adaptation in an emotional task context following rostral anterior cingulate cortex lesions in humans. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24, 2070-2079.

Maier, M. E., Di Pellegrino, G., & Steinhauser, M. (2012). Enhanced error-related negativity on flanker errors: Error expectancy or error significance? Psychophysiology, 49, 899-908.

Maier, M. E., Yeung, N., & Steinhauser, M. (2011). Error-related brain activity and adjustments of selective attention following errors. NeuroImage, 56, 2339-2347.

Maier, M. E., Steinhauser, M., & Hübner, R. (2010). Effects of response set size on error-related brain activity. Experimental Brain Research, 571-581.

Maier, M., Steinhauser, M., & Hübner, R. (2008). Is the error-related negativity amplitude related to error detectability? Evidence of effects from different error types. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20, 2263-2273.

Steinhauser, M., Maier, M., & Hübner, R. (2008). Modeling behavioral measures of error detection in choice tasks: Response monitoring versus conflict monitoring. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 34, 158-176.

Steinhauser, M., Maier, M., & Hübner, R. (2007). Cognitive control under stress: How stress affects strategies of task-set reconfiguration. Psychological Science, 18, 540-545.


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