Marius Blanke

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Emotional instability, difficulties in social adjustment, and disinhibited behavior are the most common symptoms of the psychiatric comorbidities in juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME). This psychopathology has been associated with dysfunctions of mesial-frontal brain circuits. The present work is a first direct test of this link and adapted a paradigm for(More)
PURPOSE To assess the reproducibility of brain-activation and eye-movement patterns in a saccade paradigm when comparing subjects, tasks, and magnetic resonance (MR) systems. MATERIALS AND METHODS Forty-five healthy adults at two different sites (n = 45) performed saccade tasks with varying levels of target predictability: predictable (PRED), position(More)
Spatial perception is modulated by eye movements. During smooth pursuit, perceived locations are shifted in the direction of the eye movement. During active fixation, visual space is perceptually compressed towards the fovea. In our present study, we were interested to determine the time course of spatial localization during pursuit initiation, i.e. the(More)
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