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Brodwolf, Flurina L.; Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (8 September 2023). Eye movements during mental imagery: A closer look at the spatial reference frame (Unpublished). In: 18th Clinical Neuroscience Bern Annual Meeting. Bern, Switzerland. 08.09.2023.

Hartmann, Matthias; Müller, Petra (2023). Acceptance and Adherence to COVID-19 Preventive Measures are Shaped Predominantly by Conspiracy Beliefs, Mistrust in Science and Fear – A Comparison of More than 20 Psychological Variables. Psychological reports, 126(4), pp. 1742-1783. Sage 10.1177/00332941211073656

Reinert, Regina Miriam; Gashaj, Venera; Hartmann, Matthias; Moeller, Korbinian (2023). A potential dissociation between perception and production version for bounded but not unbounded number line estimation. Trends in neuroscience and education, 31, p. 100202. Elsevier 10.1016/j.tine.2023.100202

Thoma, Stefan P.; Hartmann, Matthias; Christen, Jonas; Mayer, Boris; Mast, Fred W.; Weibel, David (2023). Increasing awareness of climate change with immersive virtual reality. Frontiers in virtual reality, 4(4) Frontiers 10.3389/frvir.2023.897034

Hartmann, Matthias; Lenggenhager, Bigna; Stocker, Kurt (2023). Happiness feels light and sadness feels heavy: introducing valence-related bodily sensation maps of emotions. Psychological research, 87(1), pp. 59-83. Springer 10.1007/s00426-022-01661-3

Hartmann, Matthias; Müller, Petra (2023). Illusory perception of visual patterns in pure noise is associated with COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs. i-Perception, 14(1), p. 20416695221144732. Sage Publishing 10.1177/20416695221144732


Hartmann, Matthias; Falconer, Caroline J; Kaelin-Lang, Alain; Müri, René M; Mast, Fred W (2022). Imagined paralysis reduces motor cortex excitability. Psychophysiology, 59(10), e14069. Wiley-Blackwell 10.1111/psyp.14069

Hartmann, Matthias (2022). Summing up: A functional role of eye movements along the mental number line for arithmetic. Acta psychologica, 230, p. 103770. Elsevier 10.1016/j.actpsy.2022.103770

Rihs, Michael; Mast, Fred W.; Hartmann, Matthias (2022). God is up and devil is down: mortality salience increases implicit spatial-religious associations. Religion, brain & behavior, 12(3), pp. 271-283. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group 10.1080/2153599X.2022.2035800


Hartmann, Matthias; Martarelli, Corinna S.; Sommer, Nils R. (2021). Early is left and up: Saccadic responses reveal horizontal and vertical spatial associations of serial order in working memory. Cognition, 217, p. 104908. Elsevier 10.1016/j.cognition.2021.104908

Gurtner, Lilla M.; Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (2021). Eye movements during visual imagery and perception show spatial correspondence but have unique temporal signatures. Cognition, 210, p. 104597. Elsevier 10.1016/j.cognition.2021.104597


Palluel, Estelle; Falconer, Caroline J.; Lopez, Christophe; Marchesotti, Silvia; Hartmann, Matthias; Blanke, Olaf; Mast, Fred W. (2020). Imagined paralysis alters somatosensory evoked-potentials. Cognitive Neuroscience, 11(4), pp. 205-215. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/17588928.2020.1772737

Hartmann, Matthias; Singer, Sarah; Savic, Branislav; Müri, René M.; Mast, Fred W. (2020). Anodal High-definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation over the Posterior Parietal Cortex Modulates Approximate Mental Arithmetic. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 32(5), pp. 862-876. MIT Press Journals 10.1162/jocn_a_01514

Klaus, Manuel P.; Schöne, C. G.; Hartmann, M.; Merfeld, D. M.; Schubert, M. C.; Mast, Fred W. (2020). Roll tilt self-motion direction discrimination training: First evidence for perceptual learning. Attention, perception, & psychophysics : AP&P, 82(4), pp. 1987-1999. Springer 10.3758/s13414-019-01967-2


Rihs, Michael; Mast, Fred W.; Maalouli-Hartmann, Matthias (9 September 2019). Does Mortality priming increase religious thinking? Evidence from implicit spatial-religious associations (Unpublished). In: 16th SPS SGP SSP Conference - "Psychology’s Contribution to Society". Bern, Switzerland. 09.-11. Sep. 2019.

Hartmann, Matthias; Fischer, Martin H; Mast, Fred W. (2019). Sharing a mental number line across individuals? The role of body position and empathy in joint numerical cognition. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology, 72(7), pp. 1732-1740. Sage 10.1177/1747021818809254

Klaus, Manuel Patrick; Schöne, Corina; Maalouli-Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (May 2019). Roll tilt self-motion direction discrimination: First evidence for perceptual learning (Unpublished). In: Vestibular Oriented Research Meeting. Dayton, USA. 19.-22. Mai 2019.

Stocker, Kurt; Hasler, Gregor; Hartmann, Matthias (2019). The Altered-State-of-Consciousness Aspect of a Feeling of Lightness Is Reported to Be Associated with Antidepressant Benefits by Depressed Individuals Receiving Ketamine Infusions: A Systematic Analysis of Internet Video Testimonials. Psychotherapy and psychosomatics, 88(3), pp. 182-183. Karger 10.1159/000497441

Reinert, Regina Miriam; Hartmann, Matthias; Huber, Stefan; Moeller, Korbinian (2019). Unbounded number line estimation as a measure of numerical estimation. PLoS ONE, 14(3), e0213102. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0213102

Globig, Laura K.; Hartmann, Matthias; Martarelli, Corinna S. (2019). Vertical Head Movements Influence Memory Performance for Words With Emotional Content. Frontiers in psychology, 10, p. 672. Frontiers Research Foundation 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00672

Hartmann, Matthias; Sommer, Nils R.; Diana, Lorenzo; Müri, René M.; Eberhard-Moscicka, Aleksandra K. (2019). Further to the right: Viewing distance modulates attentional asymmetries ('pseudoneglect') during visual exploration. Brain and cognition, 129, pp. 40-48. Elsevier Science 10.1016/j.bandc.2018.11.008

Stocker, Kurt; Hartmann, Matthias (2019). “Next Wednesday’s Meeting has been Moved Forward Two Days”: The Time-Perspective Question is Ambiguous in Swiss German, but not in Standard German. Swiss journal of psychology, 78(1-2), pp. 61-67. Hogrefe 10.1024/1421-0185/a000220

Klaus, Manuel Patrick; Schöne, Corina; Hartmann, Matthias; Merfeld, D.M.; Schubert, M.C.; Mast, Fred W. (2019). Roll tilt self-motion direction discrimination: First evidence for perceptual learning. Journal of vestibular research - equilibrium & orientation, 29(1), p. 24. IOS Press 10.3233/VES-190659


Faulkenberry, Thomas J.; Witte, Matthias; Hartmann, Matthias (2018). Tracking the continuous dynamics of numerical processing: A brief review and editorial. Journal of numerical cognition, 4(2), pp. 271-285. Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information 10.5964/jnc.v4i2.179


Hartmann, Matthias (2017). Non-musicians also have a piano in the head: Evidence for spatial-musical associations from line bisection tracking. Cognitive Processing, 18(1), pp. 75-80. Springer 10.1007/s10339-016-0779-0

Martarelli, Corinna S.; Mast, Fred W.; Hartmann, Matthias (2017). Time in the eye of the beholder: Gaze position reveals spatial-temporal associations during encoding and memory retrieval of future and past. Memory and Cognition, 45(1), pp. 40-48. Springer 10.3758/s13421-016-0639-2

Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (2017). Loudness Counts: Interactions Between Loudness, Number Magnitude and Space. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology, 70(7), pp. 1305-1322. Psychology Press 10.1080/17470218.2016.1182194


Hartmann, Matthias; Fischer, Martin H. (2016). Exploring the numerical mind by eye-tracking: a special issue. Psychological research / Psychologische Forschung, 80(3), pp. 325-333. Springer 10.1007/s00426-016-0759-0

Hartmann, Matthias; Laubrock, Jochen; Fischer, Martin H. (2016). The visual number world: A dynamic approach to study the mathematical mind. The quarterly journal of experimental psychology, pp. 1-10. Routledge 10.1080/17470218.2016.1240812


Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W.; Fischer, Martin H. (2015). Counting is a spatial process: evidence from eye movements. Psychological research / Psychologische Forschung, 80(3), pp. 399-409. Springer 10.1007/s00426-015-0722-5

Stocker, Kurt; Hartmann, Matthias; Martarelli, Corinna S.; Mast, Fred W. (2015). Eye movements reveal mental looking through time. Cognitive science, 40(7), n/a-n/a. Wiley-Blackwell 10.1111/cogs.12301

Moser, Ivan; Grabherr, Luzia; Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (2015). Self-motion direction discrimination in the visually impaired. Experimental brain research, 233(11), pp. 3221-3230. Springer 10.1007/s00221-015-4389-3

Martarelli, Corinna; Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (8 September 2015). Mental time line and memory: Insights from eye data (Unpublished). In: 14th biannual SSP/SGP Conference - "The future of psychology". Geneva, Switzerland. 08.09.-09.09.2015.

Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W.; Fischer, Martin H. (2015). Spatial biases during mental arithmetic: evidence from eye movements on a blank screen. Frontiers in psychology, 6(12), pp. 1-8. Frontiers Research Foundation 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00012


Fischer, Martin H.; Hartmann, Matthias (2014). Pushing forward in embodied cognition: May we mouse the mathematical mind? Frontiers in psychology, 5(1315), pp. 1-4. Frontiers Research Foundation 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01315

Hartmann, Matthias; Martarelli, Corinna S.; Mast, Fred W.; Stocker, Kurt (2014). Eye movements during mental time travel follow a diagonal line. Consciousness and cognition, 30(Nov.), pp. 201-209. Elsevier 10.1016/j.concog.2014.09.007

Mast, Fred W.; Preuss, Nora; Hartmann, Matthias; Grabherr, Luzia (2014). Spatial cognition, body representation and affective processes: the role of vestibular information beyond ocular reflexes and control of posture. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 8 10.3389/fnint.2014.00044

Moser, Ivan; Grabherr, Luzia; Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (21 April 2014). Whole-body motion discrimination in the visually impaired (Unpublished). In: 24th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neural Control of Movement/Satellite Meeting. Amsterdam. 21.-25.04.2014.

Hartmann, Matthias; Gashaj, Venera; Stahnke, Antje; Mast, Fred W. (2014). There is more than "more is up": Hand and foot responses reverse the vertical association of number magnitudes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40(4), pp. 1401-1414. American Psychological Association 10.1037/a0036686

Hartmann, Matthias; Fischer, Martin H. (2014). Pupillometry: the eyes shed fresh light on the mind. Current Biology, 24(7), R281-R282. Cell Press 10.1016/j.cub.2014.02.028

Hartmann, Matthias; Haller, Katia; Moser, Ivan; Hossner, Ernst-Joachim; Mast, Fred W. (2014). Direction detection thresholds of passive self-motion in artistic gymnasts. Experimental brain research, 232(4), pp. 1249-1258. Springer 10.1007/s00221-014-3841-0


Hartmann, Matthias; Furrer, Sarah; Herzog, Michael; Merfeld, Daniel M.; Mast, Fred W. (2013). Self-motion perception training: thresholds improve in the light but not in the dark. Experimental brain research, 226(2), pp. 231-240. Springer-Verlag 10.1007/s00221-013-3428-1

Lobmaier, Janek S.; Hartmann, Matthias; Volz, Andreas J.; Mast, Fred W. (2013). Emotional expression affects the accuracy of gaze perception. Motivation and emotion, 37(1), pp. 194-201. Springer 10.1007/s11031-012-9295-4


Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (2012). Moving along the mental time line influences the processing of future related words. Consciousness and cognition, 21(3), pp. 1558-1562. Elsevier 10.1016/j.concog.2012.06.015

Hartmann, Matthias; Farkas, Réka; Mast, Fred W.; Grabherr, Luzia (13 August 2012). Self-motion perception influences number processing (Unpublished). In: 5th International Conference on Spatial Cognition: Space and embodied cognition. Sapienza Università di Roma. 04.-08.09.2012.

Hartmann, Matthias; Grabherr, Luzia; Mast, Fred W. (2012). Moving along the mental number line: Interactions between whole-body motion and numerical cognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38(6), pp. 1416-1427. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association 10.1037/a0026706

Hartmann, Matthias; Farkas, Réka; Mast, Fred W. (2012). Self-motion perception influences number processing: evidence from a parity task. Cognitive Processing, 13(Suppl. 1), pp. 189-192. Springer-Verlag 10.1007/s10339-012-0484-6

Hartmann, Matthias; Mast, Fred W. (2012). Allocentric frame of reference in pseudoneglect - evidence from eye movements (Unpublished). In: Clinical Neuroscience Meeting. Bern. 04.12.2012.


Hartmann, Matthias; Falconer, Caroline J.; Mast, Fred W. (2011). Imagined paralysis impairs embodied spatial transformations. Cognitive neuroscience, 2(3-4), pp. 155-162. Hove: Psychology Press 10.1080/17588928.2011.594498

Hartmann, Matthias; Farkas, Réka; Mast, Fred W. (2011). Whole-body motion modulates the perception of temporal intervals. In: 7th Annual Meeting of the Clinical Neuroscience, Bern, Switzerland, 22.11.2011 (Meeting abstract). Bern: Klinische Neurowissenschaften

Hartmann, Matthias (2011). The role of body motion in numerical cognition, 12th Congress of the Swiss Psychological Society, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, September 2011.


Hartmann, Matthias; Grabherr, Luzia; Mast, Fred W. (2010). The direction of passive whole-body motion influences numerical cognition. Poster presented at the Annual Clinical Neuroscience Meeting, Bern, November 29, 2010.


Nyffeler, Thomas; Hartmann, Mathias; Hess, Christian W; Müri, René M (2008). Visual vector inversion during memory antisaccades--a TMS study. Progress in brain research, 171, pp. 429-432. Amsterdam: Elsevier 10.1016/S0079-6123(08)00663-8

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