Publications in Yearbook 2017

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Aru, J.; Rutiku, R.; Wibral, M.; Singer, W.; Melloni, L.;
Early effects of previous experience on conscious perception. Neuroscience of Consciousness (1), 1-10 (2016)
2.
Bergmann, J.; Genc, E.; Kohler, A.; Singer, W.; Pearson, J.;
Smaller primary visual cortex is associated with stronger, but less precise mental imagery. Cerebral Cortex 26 (9), 3838-3850 (2016)
3.
Bergmann, J.; Genc, E.; Kohler, A.; Singer, W.; Pearson, J.;
Neural anatomy of primary visual cortex limits visual working memory. Cerebral Cortex 26 (1), 43-50 (2016)
4.
Bergmann, J.; Pilatus, U.; Genc, E.; Kohler, A.; Singer, W.; Pearson, J.;
V1 surface size predicts GABA concentration in medial occipital cortex. NeuroImage 124, 654-662 (2016)
5.
Dietrich, A.;
Sequence processing in the primary visual cortex. Georg August University, Göttingen.
6.
Ding, N.; Melloni, L.; Zhang, H.; Tian, X.; Poeppel, D.;
Cortical tracking of hierarchical linguistic structures in connected speech. Nature Neuroscience 19 (1), 158-164 (2016)
7.
Edwin Thanarajah, S.; Han, C.; Rotarska-Jagiela, A.; Singer, W.; Deichmann, R.; Maurer, K.; Kaiser, M.; Uhlhaas, P.;
Abnormal connectional fingerprint in schizophrenia: A novel network analysis of diffusion tensor imaging data. Frontiers in Psychiatry 7, 1-10 (2016)
8.
Genc, E.; Schölvinck, M.; Bergmann, J.; Singer, W.; Kohler, A.;
Functional connectivity patterns of visual cortex reflect its anatomical organization. Cerebral Cortex 26 (9), 3719-3731 (2016)
9.
Golan, T.; Davidesco, I.; Meshulam, M.; Groppe, D.; Megevand, P.; Yeagle, E.; Goldfinger, M.; Harel, M.; Melloni, L.; Schroeder, C.; Deouell, L.; Mehta, A.; Malach, R.;
Human intracranial recordings link suppressed transients rather than 'filling-in' to perceptual continuity across blinks. eLife 5, 1-28 (2016)
10.
Grent-'t-Jong, T.; Rivolta, D.; Sauer, A.; Grube, M.; Singer, W.; Wibral, M.; Uhlhaas, P.;
MEG-measured visually induced gamma-band oscillations in chronic schizophrenia: Evidence for impaired generation of rhythmic activity in ventral stream regions. Schizophrenia Research 176 (2-3), 177-185 (2016)
11.
van Leeuwen, T.; Dingemanse, M.; Todil, B.; Agameya, A.; Majid, A.;
Nonrandom associations of graphemes with colors in arabic. Multisensory Research 29 (1-3), 223-252 (2016)
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van Leeuwen, T.; Trautmann-Lengsfeld, S.; Engel, A.; Wallace, M.; Murray, M.;
Bridging the gap: Synaesthesia and multisensory processes. Neuropsychologia 88 (Sp. Iss. SI), 1-4 (2016)
13.
Mayer, A.; Schwiedrzik, C.; Wibral, M.; Singer, W.; Melloni, L.;
Expecting to see a letter: Alpha oscillations as carriers of top-down sensory predictions. Cerebral Cortex 26 (7), 3146-3160 (2016)
14.
Melloni, L.;
Consciousness as inference in time. A commentary on Victor Lamme. Open Mind. Philosophy and the Mind Sciences in the 21st Century., 881-893 (2016)
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Merkel, N.;
Manipulation of visual gamma band power with MEG neurofeedback. Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main.
16.
Müller, M. C.;
Visual hemineglect and lesion-induced changes of top-down activity in the primary visual cortex. Technical University Darmstadt, Darmstadt.
17.
Nikolic, D.;
Ideasthesia and art. Digital Synesthesia. A Model for the Aesthetics of Digital Art., 41-52 (2016)
18.
Schwiedrzik, C.; Bernstein, B.; Melloni, L.;
Motion along the mental number line reveals shared representations for numerosity and space. eLife 5, 1-18 (2016)
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Singer, W.;
Erst kommt das Denken, dann die Kunst. Hirnforschung – was kann sie wirklich? Erfolge, Möglichkeiten und Grenzen., 149-159 (2016)
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Singer, W.;
The ongoing search for the neuronal correlate of consciousness. Open Mind. Philosophy and the Mind Sciences in the 21st Century., 1502-1532 (2016)
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