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Some publications using EYE-EEG

  1. Dimigen, O., Kliegl, R., & Sommer, W. (2012). Trans-saccadic parafoveal preview benefits in fluent reading: a study with fixation-related brain potentials. Neuroimage, 62, 381-393 [link]
  2. Simola, J., Torniainen, J., Moisala, M., Kivikangas, M., Krause, C.M. (2013). Eye movement related brain responses to emotional scenes during free viewing. Front Syst Neurosci, 7, 41.
  3. Meyberg, S., Werkle-Bergner, M., Sommer, W., & Dimigen, O. (2015). Microsaccade-related brain potentials signal the focus of visuospatial attention. Neuroimage, 104, 79-88 [link]
  4. Kornrumpf, B. & Sommer, W. (2015). Modulation of the attentional span by foveal and parafoveal task load: An ERP study using attentional probes. Psychophysiology,52, 1218-27 [link]
  5. Ehinger, B., König, P., & Ossandon, J.P. (2015). Predictions of visual content across eye movements and their modulation by inferred information. Journal of Neuroscience, 35, 7403-13 [link]
  6. Li, N., Niefind, F., Wang, S., Sommer, W. & Dimigen, O. (2015). Parafoveal processing in reading Chinese sentences: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Psychophysiology. [author preprint]
  7. Scharinger, C., Kammerer, Y., & Gerjets, P. (2015). Pupil Dilation and EEG Alpha Frequency Band Power Reveal Load on Executive Functions for Link-Selection Processes during Text Reading. Plos One, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.013060
  8. Krebber, M., Harwood, J., Spitzer, B., Keil, J., & Senkowski, D. (2015) Visuotactile motion congruence enhances gamma-band activity in visual and somatosensory cortices Neuroimage, 117, 160-169
  9. Scharinger, C., Soutschek, A., Schubert, T., Gerjets, P. (2015). When flanker meets the n-back: What EEG and pupil dilation data reveal about the interplay between the two central-executive working memory functions inhibition and updating. Psychophysiology, 52, 1293-1304
  10. Krebber, M., Harwood, J., Spitzer, B., Keil, J., Senkowski, D. (2015). Visuotactile motion congruence enhances gamma-band activity in visual and somatosensory cortices. Neuroimage
  11. Emmerling, T.C., Zimmermann, J., Sorger, B., Frost, M.A., & Goebel R. (2016). Decoding the direction of imagined visual motion using 7T ultra-high field fMRI. Neuroimage [link]
  12. Huber-Huber, C., Dityea, T, Marchantea, M. & Ansorge, U. (2016). Using Temporally Aligned Event-Related Potentials for the Investigation of Attention Shifts Prior to and During Saccades. Neuropsychologia[link]
  13. Kovalenko, L., Busch, N. (2016). Probing the dynamics of perisaccadic vision with EEG. Neuropsychologia, 85, 337-348 [link]
  14. Chmielewski, W., Mückschel, M., Ziemssen, T. & Beste, C. (2016). The Norepinephrine System Affects Specific Neurophysiological Subprocesses in the Modulation of Inhibitory Control by Working Memory Demands. Human Brain Mapping
  15. Kornrumpf, B., Niefind, F., Sommer, W., & Dimigen, O. (2016). Neural correlates of word recognition: A systematic comparison of natural reading and RSVP. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 28 (9) 28:9, 1374-1391. doi:10.1162/jocn_a_00977 [author pdf]
  16. Niefind, F., & Dimigen, O. (2016). Dissociating parafoveal preview benefit and parafovea-on-fovea effects during reading: A combined eye tracking and EEG study. Psychophysiology [abstract]
  17. McLelland, D., Lavergne, L. & VanRullen, R. (2016). The phase of ongoing EEG oscillations predicts the amplitude of peri-saccadic mislocalization. Scientific Reports 6:29335, doi: 10.1038/srep29335
  18. Mückschel, M., Gohil, K., Ziemssen, T., Beste, C. (in press). The norepinephrine system and its relevance for multi-component behavior. Neuroimage
  19. Weaver, M. D., Van Zoest, W. & Hickey, C. (2016). A temporal dependency account of attentional inhibition in oculomotor control. Neuroimagelink
  20. van den Brink, R. L., Pfeffer, T., Warren, C. M. et al. (2016). Catecholaminergic neuromodulation shapes intrinsic MRI functional connectivity in the human brain. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(30), 7865-7876.
  21. Weaver, M.D., Van Zoest, W., & Hickey, C. (2017). The impact of salience and visual working memory on the monitoring and control of saccadic behaviour: An eye-tracking and EEG study. Psychophysiology.
  22. Mückschel, M., Chmielewski, W., Ziemssen, & Beste, C. (2017). The norepinephrine system shows information-content specific properties during cognitive control - evidence from EEG and pupillary responses. Neuroimage.
  23. Kornrumpf, B., Dimigen, O. & Sommer, W. (2017). Lateralization of posterior Alpha-EEG reflects the distribution of spatial attention during saccadic reading. Psychphysiology, 54, 809-823 [link]
  24. Meyberg, S., Sommer, W., & Dimigen, O. (2017). How microsaccades relate to lateralized ERP components of spatial attention: A co-registration study.Neuropsychologia, 99, 64-80 [link]
  25. Meindertsma, N., Kloosterman, A., Nolte, G., Engel, A.K., & Donner, T.H. (2017). Multiple Transient Signals in Human Visual Cortex Associated with an Elementary Decision. Journal of Neuroscience, 37, 5744-5757 [link]
  26. Dippel, G., Mückschel, M., Ziemssen, T., Beste, C. (2017). Demands on response inhibition processes determine modulations of theta band activity in superior frontal areas and correlations with pupillometry. Implications for the norepinephrine system during inhibitory control.Neuroimage, 157, 575-585
  27. Cuesta-Frau, D. et al. (2017). Noisy EEG signals classification based on entropy metrics. Performance assessment using first and second generation statistics. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 87, 141-151
  28. Wolff, N., Mückschel, M. Ziemssen, T., & Beste, C. (2017). The role of phasic norepinephrine modulations during task switching: evidence for specific effects in parietal areas. Brain Structure and Function
  29. Magazzini, L., Singh, K.D. (in press). Spatial attention modulates visual gamma oscillations across the human ventral stream. NeuroImage [link]
  30. Lehr, E.J., Dresler, T.D., Hautzinger, M., & Zipfel, S. (2018). Food specific inhibitory control under negative mood in binge-eating disorder: Evidence from a multimethod approach. Eating disorders [link]


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