Felix Blankenburg

Berlin NeuroImaging Center, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
"Felix Blankenburg"
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Nierhaus T, Wesolek S, Pach D, et al. (2023) Content Representation of Tactile Mental Imagery in Primary Somatosensory Cortex. Eneuro. 10
Grundei M, Schröder P, Gijsen S, et al. (2023) EEG mismatch responses in a multimodal roving stimulus paradigm provide evidence for probabilistic inference across audition, somatosensation, and vision. Human Brain Mapping. 44: 3644-3668
Fourcade A, Schmidt TT, Nierhaus T, et al. (2022) Enhanced processing of aversive stimuli on embodied artificial limbs by the human amygdala. Scientific Reports. 12: 5778
Pennock IML, Schmidt TT, Zorbek D, et al. (2021) Representation of visual numerosity information during working memory in humans: An fMRI decoding study. Human Brain Mapping
Wu YH, Velenosi LA, Blankenburg F. (2020) Response modality-dependent categorical choice representations for vibrotactile comparisons. Neuroimage. 117592
Schmidt TT, Schröder P, Reinhardt P, et al. (2020) Rehearsal of tactile working memory: Premotor cortex recruits two dissociable neuronal content representations. Human Brain Mapping
Velenosi LA, Wu YH, Schmidt TT, et al. (2020) Intraparietal sulcus maintains working memory representations of somatosensory categories in an adaptive, context-dependent manner. Neuroimage. 117146
Uluç I, Velenosi LA, Schmidt TT, et al. (2020) Parametric representation of tactile numerosity in working memory. Eneuro
Herding J, Ludwig S, von Lautz A, et al. (2019) Centro-parietal EEG potentials index subjective evidence and confidence during perceptual decision making. Neuroimage. 201: 116011
Limanowski J, Lopes P, Keck J, et al. (2019) Action-Dependent Processing of Touch in the Human Parietal Operculum and Posterior Insula. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
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