Maxi Becker
Maxi Becker
Postdoctoral Fellow @ Humboldt University Berlin
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Simultaneous interpreters vs. professional multilingual controls: Group differences in cognitive control as well as brain structure and function
M Becker, T Schubert, T Strobach, J Gallinat, S Kühn
Neuroimage 134, 250-260, 2016
Resting-state fMRI correlations: From link-wise unreliability to whole brain stability
M Pannunzi, R Hindriks, RG Bettinardi, E Wenger, N Lisofsky, ...
Neuroimage 157, 250-262, 2017
Taking control! Structural and behavioural plasticity in response to game-based inhibition training in older adults
S Kühn, RC Lorenz, M Weichenberger, M Becker, M Haesner, ...
NeuroImage 156, 199-206, 2017
Better dual-task processing in simultaneous interpreters
T Strobach, M Becker, T Schubert, S Kühn
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1590, 2015
Day2day: investigating daily variability of magnetic resonance imaging measures over half a year
E Filevich, N Lisofsky, M Becker, O Butler, M Lochstet, J Martensson, ...
BMC neuroscience 18 (1), 1-8, 2017
Identifying predictors of within-person variance in MRI-based brain volume estimates
JD Karch, E Filevich, E Wenger, N Lisofsky, M Becker, O Butler, ...
NeuroImage 200, 575-589, 2019
Inferior frontal gyrus involvement during search and solution in verbal creative problem solving: A parametric fMRI study
M Becker, T Sommer, S Kühn
Neuroimage 206, 116294, 2020
Quantifying insightful problem solving: A modified compound remote associates paradigm using lexical priming to parametrically modulate different sources of task difficulty
M Becker, G Wiedemann, S Kühn
Psychological research 84 (2), 528-545, 2020
Verbal insight revisited: fMRI evidence for early processing in bilateral insulae for solutions with AHA! experience shortly after trial onset
M Becker, T Sommer, S Kühn
Human brain mapping 41 (1), 30-45, 2020
Influence of nutritional tyrosine on cognition and functional connectivity in healthy old humans
C Hensel, M Becker, S Düzel, I Demuth, K Norman, ...
Neuroimage 193, 139-145, 2019
Verbal insight revisited—dissociable neurocognitive processes underlying solutions accompanied by an AHA! experience with and without prior restructuring
M Becker, S Kühn, T Sommer
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 33 (6-7), 659-684, 2021
Spend time outdoors for your brain–an in-depth longitudinal MRI study
S Kühn, A Mascherek, E Filevich, N Lisofsky, M Becker, O Butler, ...
The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, 1-7, 2021
Are the hippocampus and its network necessary for creativity?
R Cabeza, M Becker, SW Davis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (25), 13870-13872, 2020
Corrigendum to “Resting-state fMRI correlations: From link-wise unreliability to whole brain stability”[Neuroimage 157 (2017 Aug 15) 250–262].
M Pannunzi, R Hindriks, RG Bettinardi, E Wenger, N Lisofsky, ...
Elsevier Science, 2018
Assessing creativity independently of language: A language-independent remote associate task (LI-RAT)
M Becker, R Cabeza
Behavior Research Methods, 1-18, 2022
Assessing creativity independently of language: A normed Language Independent Remote Associate Task (LI-RAT)
M Becker, R Cabeza
3-D navigation–A core driver of brain plasticity in video game interventions
S Kühn, M Becker, J Gallinat
bioRxiv, 453613, 2018
Seeing Double: Exploring the Phenomenology of Self-Reported Absence of Rivalry in Bistable Pictures
E Filevich, M Becker, Y Wu, S Kühn
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 11, 301, 2017
Between automatic and control processes: How relationships between problem elements interact to facilitate or impede insight
M Becker, S Davis, R Cabeza
Memory & Cognition, 1-16, 2022
A cognitive neuroscience perspective on insight as a memory process: Searching for the solution.
M Becker, R Cabeza, JM Kizilirmak
PsyArXiv, 2022
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