Matt Craddock

Affiliations: 
University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
Area:
object recognition
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Bekhtereva V, Craddock M, Müller MM. (2020) Affective Bias without Hemispheric Competition: Evidence for Independent Processing Resources in Each Cortical Hemisphere. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-14
Bekhtereva V, Craddock M, Gundlach C, et al. (2019) Rapid sensory gain with emotional distracters precedes attentional deployment from a foreground task. Neuroimage. 116115
Craddock M, Oppermann F, Müller MM, et al. (2016) Modulation of microsaccades by spatial frequency during object categorization. Vision Research
Craddock M, Martinovic J, Müller MM. (2015) Accounting for microsaccadic artifacts in the EEG using independent component analysis and beamforming. Psychophysiology
Craddock M, Martinovic J, Müller MM. (2015) Early and late effects of objecthood and spatial frequency on event-related potentials and gamma band activity. Bmc Neuroscience. 16: 6
Bekhtereva V, Craddock M, Müller MM. (2015) Attentional bias to affective faces and complex IAPS images in early visual cortex follows emotional cue extraction. Neuroimage. 112: 254-66
Kosilo M, Wuerger SM, Craddock M, et al. (2013) Low-level and high-level modulations of fixational saccades and high frequency oscillatory brain activity in a visual object classification task. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 948
Craddock M, Martinovic J, Müller MM. (2013) Task and spatial frequency modulations of object processing: an EEG study. Plos One. 8: e70293
Martinovic J, Lawson R, Craddock M. (2012) Time course of information processing in visual and haptic object classification. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 6: 49
Craddock M, Martinovic J, Lawson R. (2011) An advantage for active versus passive aperture-viewing in visual object recognition. Perception. 40: 1154-63
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