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Effects of emotional arousal in the cerebral hemispheres: a study of oscillatory brain activity and event-related potentials
The time course of cortical facilitation during cued shifts of spatial attention
- Matthias M. Müller, W. Teder-Sälejärvi, S. Hillyard
- Psychology, BiologyNature Neuroscience
- 1 November 1998
The build-up of cortical facilitation reflected in SSVEP amplitude was found to bear a close temporal relationship with the emergence of accurate target discriminations at the newly attended location.
Selective visual-spatial attention alters induced gamma band responses in the human EEG
Human Gamma Band Activity and Perception of a Gestalt
- A. Keil, Matthias M. Müller, W. Ray, T. Gruber, T. Elbert
- PsychologyThe Journal of Neuroscience
- 15 August 1999
The topography of gamma band spectral power and event-related potentials in human EEG associated with perceptual switching effected by rotating ambiguous (bistable) figures support the notion that formation of a visual percept may involve oscillations in a distributed neuronal assembly.
Processing of affective pictures modulates right-hemispheric gamma band EEG activity
Oscillatory brain activity dissociates between associative stimulus content in a repetition priming task in the human EEG.
Event related potentials (ERPs) showed a decrease in amplitude independent of the stimuli's associative content, and seem to play a complementary role in repetition priming as compared to high-frequency brain dynamics.
Concurrent recording of steady-state and transient event-related potentials as indices of visual-spatial selective attention
Induced Electroencephalogram Oscillations during Source Memory: Familiarity is Reflected in the Gamma Band, Recollection in the Theta Band
- T. Gruber, D. Tsivilis, Claire-Marie Giabbiconi, Matthias M. Müller
- PsychologyJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience
- 1 June 2008
It is proposed that iGBRs mirror early associative processes linked to familiarity-related retrieval processes, whereas iTBRs reflect later onsetting, episodic, recollection-related mechanisms.
Directed Cortical Information Flow during Human Object Recognition: Analyzing Induced EEG Gamma-Band Responses in Brain's Source Space
- G. Supp, A. Schlögl, N. Trujillo-Barreto, Matthias M. Müller, T. Gruber
- Psychology, BiologyPloS one
- 1 August 2007
This study is the first to identify the directionality of oscillatory brain interactions in source space during human object recognition and suggests that familiar, but not unfamiliar, objects engage widespread reciprocal information flow during familiar object processing.
Perceptual Correlates of Changes in Cortical Representation of Fingers in Blind Multifinger Braille Readers
- A. Sterr, Matthias M. Müller, T. Elbert, B. Rockstroh, C. Pantev, E. Taub
- Psychology, BiologyThe Journal of Neuroscience
- 1 June 1998
Magnetic source imaging indicated that the cortical somatosensory representation of the fingers was frequently topographically disordered in blind Braille readers; in addition, they frequently misperceived which of these fingers was being touched by a light tactile stimulus.