Georg Stenberg
Georg Stenberg
professor i psykologi, Högskolan Kristianstad, retired
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The cerebellum participates in mental activity: tomographic measurements of regional cerebral blood flow
J Decety, H Sjo, E Ryding, G Stenberg, DH Ingvar
Brain research 535 (2), 313-317, 1990
Judging words at face value: Interference in a word processing task reveals automatic processing of affective facial expressions
G Stenberg, S Wiking, M Dahl
Cognition & Emotion 12 (6), 755-782, 1998
Motor imagery activates the cerebellum regionally. A SPECT rCBF study with 99mTc-HMPAO
E Ryding, J Decety, H Sjöholm, G Stenberg, DH Ingvar
Cognitive Brain Research 1 (2), 94-99, 1993
Personality and the EEG: Arousal and emotional arousability
G Stenberg
Personality and individual differences 13 (10), 1097-1113, 1992
Conceptual and perceptual factors in the picture superiority effect
G Stenberg
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 18 (6), 813-847, 2006
Personality traits and general intelligence as predictors of academic performance: A structural equation modelling approach
P Rosander, M Bäckström, G Stenberg
Learning and individual differences 21 (5), 590-596, 2011
Neurophysiological changes during insulin-induced hypoglycaemia and in the recovery period following glucose infusion in type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus and in …
G Tallroth, M Lindgren, G Stenberg, I Rosén, CD Agardh
Diabetologia 33 (5), 319-323, 1990
The picture superiority effect in a cross-modality recognition task
G Stenberg, K Radeborg, LR Hedman
Memory & Cognition 23 (4), 425-441, 1995
Acute effects of alcohol on regional cerebral blood flow in man.
M Sano, PE Wendt, A Wirsén, G Stenberg, J Risberg, DH Ingvar
Journal of studies on alcohol 54 (3), 369-376, 1993
Familiarity or conceptual priming: Event-related potentials in name recognition
G Stenberg, J Hellman, M Johansson, I Rosén
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21 (3), 447-460, 2009
Memory for perceived and imagined pictures—an event-related potential study
M Johansson, G Stenberg, M Lindgren, I Rosén
Neuropsychologia 40 (7), 986-1002, 2002
Semantic processing without conscious identification: Evidence from event-related potentials.
G Stenberg, M Lindgren, M Johansson, A Olsson, I Rosén
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (4), 973, 2000
Extraversion and the P300 in a visual classification task
G Stenberg
Personality and Individual Differences 16 (4), 543-560, 1994
Regional patterns of cortical blood flow distinguish extraverts from introverts
G Stenberg, J Risberg, S Warkentin, I Rosén
Personality and Individual Differences 11 (7), 663-673, 1990
Personality and augmenting/reducing in visual and auditory evoked potentials
G Stenberg, I Rosén, J Risberg
Personality and Individual Differences 9 (3), 571-579, 1988
Regional cerebral blood flow and extraversion
G Stenberg, PE Wendt, J Risberg
Personality and individual differences 15 (5), 547-554, 1993
Attention and personality in augmenting/reducing of visual evoked potentials
G Stenberg, I Rosén, J Risberg
Personality and Individual Differences 11 (12), 1243-1254, 1990
EEG topography of acute ethanol effects in resting and activated normals.
G Stenberg, M Sano, I Rosén, DH Ingvar
Journal of studies on alcohol 55 (6), 645-656, 1994
Quantified EEG and cortical evoked responses in patients with chronic traumatic frontal lesions
A Wirsén, G Stenberg, I Rosén, DH Ingvar
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1992
Inducing and reducing false memories: A Swedish version of the Deese–Roediger–McDermott paradigm
M Johansson, G Stenberg
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 43 (5), 369-383, 2002
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