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Ciston, AB*., Forster, C*., Brick, TR., Kühn, S., Verrel, J., Filevich, E. (2021) Limited metacognitive access to one’s own facial expressions. Under Review [BioRxiv] [Pre-registration] [Data and Scripts]

Rahnev, D., Balsdon, T., Charles, L., de Gardelle, V., Denison, R. N., Desender, K., … Zylberberg, A. (2021, April 12). Consensus goals for the field of visual metacognition. Under Review[PsyArXiv]

Constant, M., Salomon, R., Filevich, E. (2021) Judgments of agency are affected by sensory noise without recruiting metacognitive processing. Submitted [BioRxiv] [Data and Scripts]

Arbuzova, P., Guo, S., Koß, C., Kurvis, L., Faivre, N., Kühn, A., Filevich, E.*, Ganos, C*. Intact visual and tactile metacognition in adults with Tourette disorder Submitted


Kühn, S., Mascherek, A., Filevich, E., Lisofsky, N., Becker, M., Butler, O., et al. In Press. Spent time outdoors for your brain: An in-depth longitudinal MRI study. The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry. Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0008-9E7A-E

Arbuzova, P., Peters, C., Roed, L., Koss, C., Maurer, H., Maurer, L. K., Mueller, H., Verrel, J., & Filevich, E. (2020). Measuring Metacognition of Direct and Indirect Parameters of Voluntary Movement. [BioRxiv] [Paper] [Preregistration, Data, and Scripts Exp 1] [Preregistration, Data, and Scripts Exp 2]

Filevich, E., Koss, C. Faivre, N. (2020). Response-related signals increase confidence but not metacognitive performance. eNeuro 0326-19.2020 [Open Access Link] [BioRxiv]

Rahnev, D., Adler, W. T., Aguilar-Lleyda, D., Akdoğan, B., Arbuzova, P., Atlas, L. Y., … Zylberberg, A. (2020) The confidence database. Nat Hum Behav 4, 317–325 [Database] [Paper] [PrePrint]

Filevich, E., Forlim, C. G., Fehrman, C., Forster, C., Paulus, M., Shing, Y. L., & Kühn, S. (2020). I know that I know nothing: Cortical thickness and functional connectivity underlying meta-ignorance ability in pre-schoolers. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 41, 100738. [Open Access Link]

Karch, J. D., Filevich, E., Wenger, E., Lisofsky, N., Becker, M., Butler, O., … Kühn, S. (2019). Identifying predictors of within-person variance in MRI-based brain volume estimates. NeuroImage. [Open Access Link]

Filevich, E.*, Horn, S.*, Kühn, S. (2017) Within-Person Adaptivity in Frugal Judgments from Memory. Psychological Research, 83(3), 613–630. [Open access link][Open experiment scripts, data and analyses]

Faivre, N., Filevich, E., Solovey, G., Kühn, S., Blanke, O. (2017) Behavioural, modeling, and electrophysiological evidence for domain-generality in human metacognition. The Journal of Neuroscience, 322–17. [BioRxiv] [Link]

Filevich, E.*, Lisofsky, N.*, Becker, M., Butler, O., Lochstet, M., Martensson, J., Wenger, E., Lindenberger, U., Kühn. S. (2017) Day2day: Investigating daily variability of magnetic resonance imaging measures over half a year. BMC Neuroscience, 18:65. [Open Access Link]

Pannunzi, M., Hindriks, R., Bettinardi, R. G., Wenger, E., Lisofsky, N., Martensson, J., Butler, O., Filevich, E., Becker, M., Lochstet, M., Kühn S., Deco, G. (2017). Resting-state fMRI correlations: from link-wise unreliability to whole brain stability. NeuroImage, 157:250-262. [BioRxiv] [Link]

Filevich, E., Becker, M., Wu, YH. & Kühn, S. (2017) Seeing double: Exploring the phenomenology of self-reported absence of rivalry in bistable pictures. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. [Open Access link]

Lange, K., Kühn, S., Filevich, E., (2015) “Just another tool for online studies” (JATOS): An easy solution for setup and management of web servers supporting online studies. PLoS one, 2015; 10(6). [Open Access link] [Open Source Project's Webpage]

Filevich, E., Dresler, M., Brick, T. R., & Kühn, S. (2015). Metacognitive mechanisms underlying lucid dreaming. The Journal of Neuroscience, 35(3), 1082–1088. [Link]

Filevich, E., Vanneste, P., Brass, M., Fias, W., Haggard, P. Kühn, S. (2013) Brain correlates of subjective freedom of choice. Consciousness and Cognition 22 (4), 1271-1284. [Open Access link] [Comment by Callard and Fitzgerald]

Filevich, E., & Haggard, P. (2013). Persistence of internal representations of alternative voluntary actions. Frontiers in Cognition, 4: 202. [Open Access link]

Filevich, E., Kühn, S., & Haggard, P. (2013). There is no free won’t: Antecedent brain activity predicts decisions to inhibit. PLoS one, 8(2), e53053. [Open Access link]

Filevich, E., Haggard, P. (2012) Grin and bear it! Neural consequences of a voluntary decision to act or inhibit action. Experimental Brain Research, 223(3), 341–351. [Open Access link]

Filevich, E., Kühn, S., Haggard, P. (2012) Negative Motor Phenomena in cortical stimulation: implications for inhibitory control of human action. Cortex 48(10), 1251-1261. [Open Access link]

Filevich, E.*, Kühn, S.*, Haggard, P. (2012). Intentional inhibition in human action: The power of “no.” Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 36(4), 1107–1118. [Link]

* Indicates equal contributions

Book chapters

Chambon, V. Filevich, E. Haggard, P. What is the human sense of agency, and is it metacognitive? (2014). In Stephen M. Fleming and Chris Frith (Eds). The cognitive neuroscience of metacognition. Springer

Filevich, E. Haggard, P (2012). Components of voluntary action. In Hallett, M., Lang, A. E., Jankovic, J., Fahn, S., Halligan, P. W., Voon, V., & Cloninger, C. R. (Eds.). Psychogenic Movement Disorders and Other Conversion Disorders. Cambridge University Press.