Felix Blankenburg

Affiliations: 
Berlin NeuroImaging Center, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
Area:
Neuroimaging
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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
Lichtner G, Auksztulewicz R, Kirilina E, et al. (2018) Effects of propofol anesthesia on the processing of noxious stimuli in the spinal cord and the brain. Neuroimage
von Lautz AH, Herding J, Ludwig S, et al. (2017) Gamma and Beta Oscillations in Human MEG Encode the Contents of Vibrotactile Working Memory. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11: 576
Ludwig S, Spitzer B, Jacobs AM, et al. (2016) Spectral EEG abnormalities during vibrotactile encoding and quantitative working memory processing in schizophrenia. Neuroimage. Clinical. 11: 578-87
Limanowski J, Blankenburg F. (2016) Integration of Visual and Proprioceptive Limb Position Information in Human Posterior Parietal, Premotor, and Extrastriate Cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 2582-9
Herding J, Spitzer B, Blankenburg F. (2016) Upper Beta Band Oscillations in Human Premotor Cortex Encode Subjective Choices in a Vibrotactile Comparison Task. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-12
Spitzer B, Blankenburg F, Summerfield C. (2015) Rhythmic gain control during supramodal integration of approximate number. Neuroimage
Kirilina E, Lutti A, Poser BA, et al. (2015) The quest for the best: The impact of different EPI sequences on the sensitivity of random effect fMRI group analyses. Neuroimage
Horn A, Blankenburg F. (2015) Toward a standardized structural-functional group connectome in MNI space. Neuroimage. 124: 310-322
Limanowski J, Blankenburg F. (2015) Network activity underlying the illusory self-attribution of a dummy arm. Human Brain Mapping. 36: 2284-304
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