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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. 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.
  21. 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.
  22. 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]
  23. 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]
  24. 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]
  25. 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
  26. 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
  27. 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
  28. Magazzini, L., Singh, K.D. (in press). Spatial attention modulates visual gamma oscillations across the human ventral stream. NeuroImage [link]


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