Matthias M. Müller

General Psychology Leipzig University, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
"Matthias Müller"
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Moratti S, Gundlach C, de Echegaray J, et al. (2023) Distinct patterns of spatial attentional modulation of steady-state visual evoked magnetic fields (SSVEFs) in subdivisions of the human early visual cortex. Psychophysiology. e14452
Panitz C, Keil A, Müller MM. (2023) Sustained selective attention to chromatic information enhances visuocortical gain at the population level. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Gundlach C, Wehle S, Müller MM. (2023) Early sensory gain control is dominated by obligatory and global feature-based attention in top-down shifts of combined spatial and feature-based attention. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Boylan MR, Panitz C, Tebbe AL, et al. (2023) Feature-based Attentional Amplitude Modulations of the Steady-state Visual Evoked Potentials Reflect Blood Oxygen Level Dependent Changes in Feature-sensitive Visual Areas. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-15
Aharoni M, Breska A, Müller MM, et al. (2023) Mechanisms of Sustained Perceptual Entrainment after Stimulus Offset. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Oxner M, Martinovic J, Forschack N, et al. (2023) Global enhancement of target color-not proactive suppression-explains attentional deployment during visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Panitz C, Gundlach C, Boylan MR, et al. (2023) Higher amplitudes in steady-state visual evoked potentials driven by square-wave versus sine-wave contrast modulation - A dual-laboratory study. Psychophysiology. e14287
Gundlach C, Forschack N, Müller MM. (2023) Global attentional selection of visual features is not associated with selective modulation of posterior alpha-band activity. Psychophysiology. e14244
Forschack N, Gundlach C, Hillyard S, et al. (2022) Attentional capture is modulated by stimulus saliency in visual search as evidenced by event-related potentials and alpha oscillations. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Forschack N, Gundlach C, Hillyard S, et al. (2022) Dynamics of attentional allocation to targets and distractors during visual search. Neuroimage. 119759
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