Lea Bartsch, Dr. Academic associate Phone: +41 44 635 74 61 Address: Binzmühlestrasse 14, Box 22 | CH-8050 Zürich Room number: BIN 4.B.08 firstname.lastname@example.org Research Interests Rehearsal processes in working memory Long-term memory formation Age-related differences in working as well as long-term memory Multivariate analyses of neuroimaging data Selection of the latest Publications from ZORA CSV EndNote BibTeX XML Export Bartsch, Lea M; Shepherdson, Peter (2022). Freeing capacity in working memory (WM) through the use of long-term memory (LTM) representations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 48(4):465-482. Bartsch, Lea M; Oberauer, Klaus (2021). The effects of elaboration on working memory and long-term memory across age. Journal of Memory & Language, 118:104215. Bartsch, Lea M; Oberauer, Klaus (2020). Reactivated Visual Masks Do Not Disrupt Serial Recall. Experimental Psychology, 67(3):178-185. Bartsch, Lea Maria; Oberauer, Klaus (2020). Reactivated visual masks do not disrupt serial recall. A failed Replication of Rey et al. 2018. PsyArXiv Preprints ftme7, University of Zurich. Bartsch, Lea Maria; Loaiza, Vanessa M; Jäncke, Lutz; Oberauer, Klaus; Lewis-Peacock, Jarrod A (2019). Dissociating refreshing and elaboration and their impacts on memory. NeuroImage, 199:585-597. Bartsch, Lea M; Loaiza, Vanessa M; Oberauer, Klaus (2019). Does limited working memory capacity underlie age differences in associative long-term memory?. Psychology and Aging, 34(2):268-281. Wittkuhn, Lennart; Eppinger, Ben; Bartsch, Lea M; Thurm, Franka; Korb, Franziska M; Li, Shu-Chen (2018). Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over dorsolateral prefrontal cortex modulates value-based learning during sequential decision-making. NeuroImage, 167:384-395. Bartsch, Lea M; Singmann, Henrik; Oberauer, Klaus (2018). The effects of refreshing and elaboration on working memory performance, and their contributions to long-term memory formation. Memory & Cognition, 46(5):796-808. Bartsch, Lea Maria. Processes in working memory and their impact on long-term memory formation in young and older adults. 2018, University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts.