Barbara Haendel
Barbara Haendel
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Top-down controlled alpha band activity in somatosensory areas determines behavioral performance in a discrimination task
S Haegens, BF Händel, O Jensen
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (14), 5197-5204, 2011
3542011
Alpha oscillations correlate with the successful inhibition of unattended stimuli
BF Händel, T Haarmeier, O Jensen
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (9), 2494-2502, 2011
3252011
Human attitudes towards large carnivores in Norway
E Røskaft, B Händel, T Bjerke, BP Kaltenborn
Wildlife biology 13 (2), 172-185, 2007
2242007
Cross-frequency coupling of brain oscillations indicates the success in visual motion discrimination
B Händel, T Haarmeier
Neuroimage 45 (3), 1040-1046, 2009
702009
Opposite dependencies on visual motion coherence in human area MT+ and early visual cortex
B Händel, W Lutzenberger, P Thier, T Haarmeier
Cerebral Cortex 17 (7), 1542-1549, 2007
532007
Visual motion perception deficits due to cerebellar lesions are paralleled by specific changes in cerebro-cortical activity
B Händel, P Thier, T Haarmeier
Journal of neuroscience 29 (48), 15126-15133, 2009
432009
Cortical representations of confidence in a visual perceptual decision
L Zizlsperger, T Sauvigny, B Händel, T Haarmeier
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-13, 2014
282014
Selective attention increases the dependency of cortical responses on visual motion coherence in man
B Händel, W Lutzenberger, P Thier, T Haarmeier
Cerebral Cortex 18 (12), 2902-2908, 2008
192008
Walking enhances peripheral visual processing in humans
L Cao, B Händel
PLoS biology 17 (10), e3000511, 2019
122019
Real color captures attention and overrides spatial cues in grapheme-color synesthetes but not in controls
TM Van Leeuwen, P Hagoort, BF Händel
Neuropsychologia 51 (10), 1802-1813, 2013
112013
The brain during free movement–What can we learn from the animal model
BF Händel, ML Schölvinck
Brain Research 1716, 3-15, 2019
92019
Gamma oscillations underlying the visual motion aftereffect
A Tikhonov, B Händel, T Haarmeier, W Lutzenberger, P Thier
Neuroimage 38 (4), 708-719, 2007
82007
Spontaneous local alpha oscillations predict motion‐induced blindness
BF Händel, O Jensen
European Journal of Neuroscience 40 (9), 3371-3379, 2014
52014
Action force modulates action binding: evidence for a multisensory information integration explanation
L Cao, M Steinborn, W Kunde, B Haendel
Experimental Brain Research, 1-11, 2020
12020
Increased influence of periphery on central visual processing in humans during walking
L Cao, B Händel
bioRxiv, 382093, 2018
12018
The influence of eye movements and their retinal consequences on bistable motion perception
M Brych, S Murali, B Haendel
BioRxiv, 2020
2020
How the Motor Aspect of Speaking Influences the Blink Rate
M Brych, S Murali, B Händel
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
The Latency of Spontaneous Eye Blinks Marks Relevant Visual and Auditory Information Processing
S Murali, B Haendel
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
The Link Between Blinks, Microsaccades and the Percept of Bistable Motion
M Brych, S Murali, L Cao, B Haendel
PERCEPTION 48, 39-39, 2019
2019
The brain during free movement
BF Händel, ML Schölvinck
Brain Research Reviews, 2017
2017
Il sistema al momento non può eseguire l'operazione. Riprova più tardi.
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