Thomas Eggert

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Neurology Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, München, Bayern, Germany 
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Ozdemir MC, Eggert T, Straube A. (2019) Improving the repeatability of two-rate model parameter estimations by using autoencoder networks. Progress in Brain Research. 249: 189-194
Eggert T, Straube A. (2019) Saccade variability in healthy subjects and cerebellar patients. Progress in Brain Research. 249: 141-152
Ruscheweyh R, Fritz A, Eggert T, et al. (2017) Oculomotor Disturbances in Patients with Chronic Nonspecific Spinal Pain. Pain Medicine (Malden, Mass.)
Krüger M, Straube A, Eggert T. (2017) The Propagation of Movement Variability in Time: A Methodological Approach for Discrete Movements with Multiple Degrees of Freedom. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 11: 93
Brostek L, Eggert T, Glasauer S. (2017) Gain Control in Predictive Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements: Evidence for an Acceleration-Based Predictive Mechanism. Eneuro. 4
Kremmyda O, Bardins S, Straube A, et al. (2017) Changes in quick phases of downbeat nystagmus during visual fixation. Journal of Neurology
Paulus MM, Straube A, Eggert T. (2017) Vergence-accommodation conflict in virtual reality displays induces phoria adaptation. Journal of Neurology
Eggert T, Robinson FR, Straube A. (2016) Modeling Inter-trial Variability of Saccade Trajectories: Effects of Lesions of the Oculomotor Part of the Fastigial Nucleus. Plos Computational Biology. 12: e1004866
Sailer U, Güldenpfennig F, Eggert T. (2015) Saccade-Related Potentials During Eye-Hand Coordination: Effects of Hand Movements on Saccade Preparation. Motor Control
Filippopulos FM, Grafenstein J, Straube A, et al. (2015) Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) or continuous unilateral distal experimental pain stimulation in healthy subjects does not bias visual attention towards one hemifield. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 3291-9
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