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Sarah Neuburger

Dr., Dipl.-Psych. Sarah Neuburger

Institut für Psychologie, Universität Koblenz


Neuburger, Sarah; Vera, Ruthsatz; Petra, Jansen et al.

Acceptance and Effects of Role Models in the Spatial Domain - A Storytelling Experiment with Fourth Graders

Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral Science. Bd. 2. 2013 S. 73 - 88

Jansen, P.; Schmelter, A.; Quaiser-Pohl, C. et al.

Mental rotation performance in primary school age children : are there gender differences in chronometric tests?

Cognitive development. Bd. 28. H. 1. Amsterdam u.a.: Elsevier Science 2013 S. 51 - 62

Neuburger, Sarah; Jansen, Petra; Heil, Martin et al.

A threat in the classroom : gender stereotype activation and mental-rotation performance in elementary-school children

Zeitschrift für Psychologie. Bd. 220. H. 2. Göttingen: Hogrefe 2012 S. 61 - 69

Heil, Martin; Jansen, Petra; Quaiser-Pohl, Claudia et al.

Gender-specific effects of artificially induced gender beliefs in mental rotation

Learning and individual differences. Bd. 22. H. 3. Amsterdam u.a.: Elsevier Science 2012 S. 350 - 353

Neuburger, Sarah; Ruthsatz, Vera; Jansen, Petra et al.

Influence of rotational axis and gender-stereotypical nature of rotation stimuli on the mental-rotation performance of male and female fifth graders.

Spatial Cognition 2012. Bd. LNCS 7463. Berlin: Springer-Verlag 2012 S. 220 - 229

Neuburger, Sarah; Jansen, Petra; Heil, Martin et al.

Gender differences in pre-adolescents’ mental-rotation performance: Do they depend on grade and stimulus type?

Personality and individual differences. Bd. 50. H. 8. Oxford [u.a.]: Pergamon Press 2011 S. 1238 - 1242

Möller, Korbinian; Neuburger, Sarah; Kaufmann, Liane et al.

Basic number processing deficits in developmental dyscalculia: Evidence from eye tracking

Cognitive development : the official journal of the Jean Piaget Society for the Study of Knowledge and Development. Bd. 24. H. 4. New York: Elsevier [u.a.] 2009 S. 371 - 386