Semir Tatlidil
Semir Tatlidil
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Video game training does not enhance cognitive ability: A comprehensive meta-analytic investigation.
G Sala, KS Tatlidil, F Gobet
Psychological bulletin 144 (2), 111, 2018
1322018
Near and far transfer in cognitive training: A second-order meta-analysis
G Sala, ND Aksayli, KS Tatlidil, T Tatsumi, Y Gondo, F Gobet, R Zwaan, ...
Collabra: Psychology 5 (1), 2019
482019
Working memory training does not enhance older adults' cognitive skills: A comprehensive meta-analysis
G Sala, ND Aksayli, KS Tatlidil, Y Gondo, F Gobet
Intelligence 77, 101386, 2019
112019
Representation of symmetry in the extrastriate visual cortex from temporal integration of parts: An EEG/ERP study
G Rampone, ADJ Makin, S Tatlidil, M Bertamini
NeuroImage 193, 214-230, 2019
82019
Sustained response to symmetry in extrastriate areas after stimulus offset: An EEG study
M Bertamini, G Rampone, J Oulton, S Tatlidil, ADJ Makin
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
62019
Working memory training does not enhance older adults’ cognitive skills: A meta-analysis
G Sala, ND Aksayli, KS Tatlidil, Y Gondo, F Gobet
PsyArXiv, 2018
62018
Still no evidence that exergames improve cognitive ability: A commentary on Stanmore et al.(2017)
G Sala, KS Tatlidil, F Gobet
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 123, 352-353, 2021
52021
Video game training does not enhance cognitive ability: a comprehensive meta-analytic investigation LSE Research Online URL for this paper: http://eprints. lse. ac. uk/102169
G Sala, KS Tatlidil, F Gobet
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