Ralph Weidner

Affiliations: 
2002- INM-3 Reseach Centre Jülich 
Area:
Visual perception; Attention
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Hermann Josef Mueller grad student 1998-2001
Stefan Pollmann grad student 1998-2002
Gereon R. Fink post-doc 2002-
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Zeng 曾行 H, Fink GR, Weidner R. (2020) Visual size processing in early visual cortex follows lateral occipital cortex involvement. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Wiesing M, Fink GR, Weidner R. (2020) Accuracy and precision of stimulus timing and reaction times with Unreal Engine and SteamVR. Plos One. 15: e0231152
Wiesing M, Fink GR, Weidner R, et al. (2020) Combined expectancies: the role of expectations for the coding of salient bottom-up signals. Experimental Brain Research
Chen S, Weidner R, Zeng H, et al. (2019) Tracking the completion of parts into whole objects: Retinotopic activation in response to illusory figures in the lateral occipital complex. Neuroimage. 116426
Li H, Liu N, Li Y, et al. (2019) The Simon Effect Based on Allocentric and Egocentric Reference Frame: Common and Specific Neural Correlates. Scientific Reports. 9: 13727
Yun SD, Weidner R, Weiss PH, et al. (2019) Evaluating the Utility of EPIK in a Finger Tapping fMRI Experiment using BOLD Detection and Effective Connectivity. Scientific Reports. 9: 10978
Zeng H, Kreutzer S, Fink GR, et al. (2017) The source of visual size adaptation. Journal of Vision. 17: 8
Zimmermann E, Weidner R, Fink GR. (2017) Spatiotopic updating of visual feature information. Journal of Vision. 17: 6
Zeng H, Weidner R, Fink GR, et al. (2017) Neural correlates underlying the attentional spotlight in human parietal cortex independent of task difficulty. Human Brain Mapping
Moonen AJH, Weiss PH, Wiesing M, et al. (2017) An fMRI study into emotional processing in Parkinson's disease: Does increased medial prefrontal activation compensate for striatal dysfunction? Plos One. 12: e0177085
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