Maria Wimber

University of Birmingham (UK) 
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van Bree S, Melcón M, Kolibius LD, et al. (2022) The brain time toolbox, a software library to retune electrophysiology data to brain dynamics. Nature Human Behaviour
Treder MS, Charest I, Michelmann S, et al. (2021) The hippocampus as the switchboard between perception and memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Ter Wal M, Linde-Domingo J, Lifanov J, et al. (2021) Theta rhythmicity governs human behavior and hippocampal signals during memory-dependent tasks. Nature Communications. 12: 7048
Lifanov J, Linde-Domingo J, Wimber M. (2021) Feature-specific reaction times reveal a semanticisation of memories over time and with repeated remembering. Nature Communications. 12: 3177
Del Carmen Martín-Buro M, Wimber M, Henson RN, et al. (2020) Alpha rhythms reveal when and where item- and associative memories are retrieved. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Griffiths BJ, Mayhew SD, Mullinger KJ, et al. (2019) Alpha/beta power decreases track the fidelity of stimulus-specific information. Elife. 8
Staresina BP, Wimber M. (2019) A Neural Chronometry of Memory Recall. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Griffiths BJ, Parish G, Roux F, et al. (2019) Directional coupling of slow and fast hippocampal gamma with neocortical alpha/beta oscillations in human episodic memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Ferreira CS, Charest I, Wimber M. (2019) Retrieval aids the creation of a generalised memory trace and strengthens episode-unique information. Neuroimage
Linde-Domingo J, Treder MS, Kerrén C, et al. (2019) Evidence that neural information flow is reversed between object perception and object reconstruction from memory. Nature Communications. 10: 179
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