Publications

2021

Takács, Á., Münchau, A., Nemeth, D., Roessner, V., & Beste, C. (2021). Lower-level associations in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome: convergence between hyperbinding of stimulus and response features and procedural hyperfunctioning theories. European Journal of Neuroscience. 42, 3182–3201.

Tóth-Fáber, E., Janacsek, K., Szőllősi, Á., Kéri, Sz., & Nemeth, D. (2021). Regularity detection under stress: Faster extraction of probability-based regularities. PloS ONE, 16(6), e0253123.

Tóth-Fáber, E., Janacsek, K. & Nemeth, D. (2021). Statistical and sequence learning lead to persistent memory in children after a one-year offline period. Scientific Reports, 11, 12418.

Marno, H., Danyi, R., Vékony, T., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2021). Prompting teaching modulates children’s encoding of novel information by facilitating higher-level structure learning and hindering lower-level statistical learning. Cognition, 104784.

Quentin, R., Fanuel, L., Kiss, M., Vernet, M., Vékony, T., Janacsek, K., Cohen, L., Nemeth (2021) Statistical learning occurs during practice while high-order rule learning during rest period. NPJ Science of Learning. 6(14).

Kóbor, A, Kardos, Z., Takács, Á., Éltető, N., Janacsek, K., Tóth-Fáber, E., Csépe, V., Nemeth, D. (2021). Adaptation to recent outcomes attenuates the lasting effect of initial experience on risky decisions. Scientific Reports, 11, 10132.

Takács, A., Kóbor, A., Kardos, Z., Janacsek, K., Horváth, K., Beste, C., Németh, D. (2021). Neurophysiological and functional neuroanatomical coding of statistical and deterministic rule information during sequence learning. Human Brain Mapping. (42), 3182– 3201..

Kóbor A., Kardos, Zs., Horváth, K., Janacsek, K., Takács, Á., Csépe, V., & Nemeth, D. (2021). Implicit anticipation of probabilistic regularities: Larger CNV emerges for unpredictable events. Neuropsychologia, 107826.

Tóth-Fáber, E., Tárnok, Z., Janacsek, K., Kóbor, A., Nagy, P., Farkas, B. C., Oláh, Sz., Merkl, D., Hegedűs, O., Nemeth, D., & Takács, Á. (2021). Dissociation between two aspects of procedural learning in Tourette syndrome: Enhanced statistical and impaired sequence learning. Child Neuropsychology, 27(6), 899-921.

2020

Horváth, K., Török, C., Pesthy, O. Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2020). Divided attention does not affect the acquisition and consolidation of transitional probabilities. Scientific Reports, 10, 22450.

Vékony, T., Török, L., Pedraza, F., Schipper, K., Pleche, C., Tóth, L., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020) Retrieval of a well-established skill is resistant to distraction: Evidence from an implicit probabilistic sequence learning task. PLoS ONE 15(12): e0243541.

Schipper, K., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020). How do competitive neurocognitive processes contribute to artistic cognition?–The Andras-effect. Leonardo, 1-4.

Kobor, A., Horvath, K., Kardos, Z., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2020). Perceiving structure in unstructured stimuli: Implicitly acquired prior knowledge impacts the processing of unpredictable transitional probabilities. Cognition, 205, 104413.

Vékony, T., Marossy, H., Must, A., Vécsei, L., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020). Speed or accuracy instructions during skill learning do not affect the acquired knowledge. Cerebral Cortex Communications, tgaa041.

Ambrus, G. G., Vékony, T., Janacsek, K., Trimborn, A. B., Kovács, G., & Nemeth, D. (2020). When less is more: enhanced statistical learning of non-adjacent dependencies after disruption of bilateral DLPFC. Journal of Memory and Language, 114, 104144.

Zavecz, Z., Horváth, K., Solymosi, P., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020). Frontal-midline theta frequency and probabilistic learning: A transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation study. Behavioural Brain Research, 112733.

Horváth, K., Kardos, Z., Takács, Á., Csépe, V., Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., & Kóbor, A. (2020). Error Processing During the Online Retrieval of Probabilistic Sequence Knowledge. Journal of Psychophysiology. 35(2) 61-75.

Zavecz, Z., Nagy, T., Galkó, A., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2020). The relationship between subjective sleep quality and cognitive performance in healthy young adults: Evidence from three empirical studies. Scientific Reports, 10(1), 1-12.

2019

Kóbor, A., Horváth, K., Kardos, Z., Takács, Á., Janacsek, K., Csépe, V., & Nemeth, D. (2019). Tracking the implicit acquisition of nonadjacent transitional probabilities by ERPs. Memory & Cognition, 47(8), 1546-1566.

Szegedi-Hallgató, E., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2019). Different levels of statistical learning-Hidden potentials of sequence learning tasks. PloS ONE, 14(9), e0221966.

Juhasz, D., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2019). Is there more room to improve? The lifespan trajectory of procedural learning and its relationship to the between-and within-group differences in average response times. PloS ONE, 14(7), e0215116.

Éltető, N., Janacsek, K., Kóbor, A., Takács, Á., Tóth-Fáber, E., & Nemeth, D. (2019). Do adolescents take more risks? Not when facing a novel uncertain situation. Cognitive Development, 50, 105-117.

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Preprints

Tosatto, L., Fagot, J., Nemeth, D., & Rey, A. (2021). The Evolution of Chunks in Sequence Learning. bioRxiv, 430894.

Zavecz, Zs., Janacsek, K., Simor, P., Cohen, M. X., & Nemeth, D. (2020). Similarity of brain activity patterns during learning and subsequent resting state predicts memory consolidation. bioRxiv, 283002.

Nemeth, D., Schipper, K., Pleche, C., & Janacsek, K. (2020). Competitive Neurocognitive Functions Can Tell Us What to Learn and When: In Schools and Beyond. Preprints 2020, 20202020060050.

Török, B., Nagy, D. G., Kiss, M. M., Janacsek, K., Nemeth, D., & Orban, G. (2020). Individualised dynamic internal representations from response times. bioRxiv, 163295.

Fanuel, L., Pleche, C., Vekony, T., Quentin, R., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020). The longer the better? General skill but not probabilistic learning improves with the duration of short rest periods. bioRxiv, 090886.

Kiss, M., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2019). Stimulus presentation rates affect performance but not the acquired knowledge–Evidence from procedural learning. bioRxiv, 650598.

Nemeth, D., Gerbier, E., & Janacsek, K. (2019). Four pitfalls in sleep and memory research and how to avoid them. Preprints 2019, 2019080208.