Dr. Thomas Töllner's Top 10 peer-reviewed Journal Artikel
EMG activity as a function of the performer's focus of attention.
Vance, Wulf, Töllner et al. (2004), Journal of Motor Behavior, 36, 450-459.
Attentional focus effects as a function of task difficulty.
Wulf, Töllner, & Shea (2007), Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 78 (3), 257-264.
External focus instructions reduce postural instability during standing in individuals with Parkinson disease.
Wulf, ... , & Töllner (2009), Physical Therapy, 89, 162-168.
How the speed of motor-response decisions, but not focal-attentional selection, differs as a function of task set and target prevalence.
Töllner et al. (2012), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 109, E1990-E1999.
The effect of task order predictability in audio-visual dual task performance: Just a central capacity limitation?
Töllner et al. (2012), Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 6:75.
Neural correlates of age-related decline and compensation in visual attention capacity.
Wiegand, Töllner et al. (2014), Neurobiology of Aging, 35 (9), 2161-2173.
Searching for targets in visual working memory: Investigating a "dimensional feature bundle" (DFB) model.
Töllner et al. (2015), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1339 (1), 32-44.
Two independent frontal midline theta oscillations during conflict detection and adaptation in a Simon-type manual reaching task.
Töllner et al. (2017), The Journal of Neuroscience, 37(9): 2504-2515.
Electroencephalographic evidence for improved visual working memory performance during standing and exercise.
Dodwell, ... , & Töllner (2019), British Journal of Psychology, 110 (2), 400-427.
EEG evidence for enhanced attentional performance during moderate-intensity exercise.
Dodwell, ... , & Töllner (2021), Psychophysiology, 58 (12), e13923.