corinna s. martarelli
corinna s. martarelli
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Eye movements during long-term pictorial recall
CS Martarelli, FW Mast
Psychological research 77 (3), 303-309, 2013
Eye movements during mental time travel follow a diagonal line
M Hartmann, CS Martarelli, FW Mast, K Stocker
Consciousness and cognition 30, 201-209, 2014
Eye movements reveal mental looking through time
K Stocker, M Hartmann, CS Martarelli, FW Mast
Cognitive Science 40 (7), 1648-1670, 2016
Preschool children's eye‐movements during pictorial recall
CS Martarelli, FW Mast
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 29 (3), 425-436, 2011
Is it real or is it fiction? Children's bias toward reality
CS Martarelli, FW Mast
Journal of cognition and development 14 (1), 141-153, 2013
Bored into depletion? Towards a tentative integration of perceived self-control exertion and boredom as guiding signals for goal-directed behavior
W Wolff, C Martarelli
PsyArXiv, 2020
High boredom proneness and low trait self-control impair adherence to social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic
W Wolff, C Martarelli, J Schüler, M Bieleke
PsyArXiv, 2020
When looking back to nothing goes back to nothing
AL Wantz, CS Martarelli, FW Mast
Cognitive processing 17 (1), 105-114, 2016
Using space to represent categories: Insights from gaze position
CS Martarelli, S Chiquet, B Laeng, FW Mast
Psychological research 81 (4), 721-729, 2017
Time in the eye of the beholder: Gaze position reveals spatial-temporal associations during encoding and memory retrieval of future and past
CS Martarelli, FW Mast, M Hartmann
Memory & Cognition 45 (1), 40-48, 2017
The fantasy questionnaire: A measure to assess creative and imaginative fantasy
D Weibel, CS Martarelli, D Häberli, FW Mast
Journal of personality assessment 100 (4), 431-443, 2018
Too bored to bother? Boredom as a potential threat to the efficacy of pandemic containment measures
C Martarelli, W Wolff
PsyArXiv, 2020
The distinction between real and fictional worlds: Investigating individual differences in fantasy understanding
CS Martarelli, FW Mast, D Läge, CM Roebers
Cognitive development 36, 111-126, 2015
Daydreams and trait affect: The role of the listener’s state of mind in the emotional response to music
CS Martarelli, B Mayer, FW Mast
Consciousness and cognition 46, 27-35, 2016
Boredom makes it difficult, but it helps to have a plan: Investigating adherence to social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic
M Bieleke, C Martarelli, W Wolff
PsyArXiv, 2020
Profiles of executive functions and social skills in the transition to school: A person‐centred approach
CS Martarelli, E Feurer, LC Dapp, CM Roebers
Infant and child development 27 (6), e2114, 2018
Disrupting frontal eye-field activity impairs memory recall
AL Wantz, CS Martarelli, D Cazzoli, R Kalla, R Müri, FW Mast
NeuroReport 27 (6), 374-378, 2016
The influence of parent's body mass index on peer selection: An experimental approach using virtual reality
CS Martarelli, N Borter, J Bryjova, FW Mast, S Munsch
Psychiatry research 230 (1), 5-12, 2015
School-age children show a bias toward fantasy classifications after playing a platform game.
CS Martarelli, LM Gurtner, FW Mast
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 4 (4), 351, 2015
A personality trait-based network of boredom, spontaneous and deliberate mind-wandering
C Martarelli, A Bertrams, W Wolff
PsyArXiv, 2020
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