Frank Bremmer, Dr. rer. nat.

Affiliations: 
Neurophysics Philipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg, Hessen, Germany 
Area:
Vision, Multisensory, Self-Motion, Primates
Website:
https://www.uni-marburg.de/fb13/forschungsgruppen/neurophysik
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Engel D, Student J, Schwenk JCB, et al. (2021) Visual perturbation of balance suggests impaired motor control but intact visuo-motor processing in Parkinson's disease. Journal of Neurophysiology
Churan J, Kaminiarz A, Schwenk JCB, et al. (2021) Coding of interceptive saccades in parietal cortex of macaque monkeys. Brain Structure & Function. 226: 2707-2723
Schmitt C, Schwenk JCB, Schütz A, et al. (2021) Preattentive processing of visually guided self-motion in humans and monkeys. Progress in Neurobiology. 102117
Churan J, Kaminiarz A, Schwenk JCB, et al. (2021) Action-dependent processing of self-motion in parietal cortex of macaque monkeys. Journal of Neurophysiology
Engel D, Schwenk JCB, Schütz A, et al. (2021) Multi-segment phase coupling to oscillatory visual drive. Gait & Posture. 86: 132-138
Schwenk JCB, Klingenhoefer S, Werner BO, et al. (2021) Perisaccadic encoding of temporal information in macaque area V4. Journal of Neurophysiology
Schmitt C, Baltaretu BR, Crawford JD, et al. (2020) A Causal Role of Area hMST for Self-Motion Perception in Humans. Cerebral Cortex Communications. 1: tgaa042
Schwenk JCB, VanRullen R, Bremmer F. (2020) Dynamics of Visual Perceptual Echoes Following Short-Term Visual Deprivation. Cerebral Cortex Communications. 1: tgaa012
Dowiasch S, Meyer-Stender S, Klingenhoefer S, et al. (2020) Nonretinocentric localization of successively presented flashes during smooth pursuit eye movements. Journal of Vision. 20: 8
Engel D, Schütz A, Krala M, et al. (2020) Inter-trial phase coherence of visually evoked postural responses in virtual reality. Experimental Brain Research
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