Mark W. Greenlee, Ph.D.
|Psychologie||University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Bayern, Germany|
Area:Vision, Memory, Learning, Attention, Motion
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Dr. Mark W. Greenlee was born in Detroit, Michigan and studied at Wayne State University. After a Junior Year at University of Freiburg he continued his studies in Psychology and received his Diploma. In 1986 Greenlee received his doctoral degree in Neurobiology under supervision of Lothar Spillmann and 3 years later his Habilitation. Dr. Greenlee worked as a research fellow at the University of Freiburg, as a Feodor-Lynen Fellow of the Humboldt Foundation at the University of Oslo and in 1994 as a guest researcher of the University of London, Royal Holloway. From 1995 to 1999 he was a Schilling-Professor at the University of Freiburg. From 1999 to 2003 he was Associate Professor at the University of Oldenburg. Since 2003 he is chair of Experimental Psychology at the University of Regensburg. His research interests are in visual (self) motion perception, multisensory integration and eye movements.
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|Wirth AM, Johannesen S, Khomenko A, et al. (2018) Value of fluid-attenuated inversion recovery MRI data analyzed by the lesion segmentation toolbox in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging : Jmri|
|Bang JW, Shibata K, Frank SM, et al. (2018) Consolidation and reconsolidation share behavioral and neurochemical mechanisms. Nature Human Behaviour. 2: 507-513|
|Wirth AM, Khomenko A, Baldaranov D, et al. (2018) Combinatory Biomarker Use of Cortical Thickness, MUNIX, and ALSFRS-R at Baseline and in Longitudinal Courses of Individual Patients With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Frontiers in Neurology. 9: 614|
|Goldhacker M, Tomé AM, Greenlee MW, et al. (2018) Frequency-Resolved Dynamic Functional Connectivity Reveals Scale-Stable Features of Connectivity-States. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12: 253|
|Frank SM, Greenlee MW. (2018) The parieto-insular vestibular cortex in humans: more than a single area? Journal of Neurophysiology|
|Weiss F, Greenlee MW, Volberg G. (2018) Gray Bananas and a Red Letter A - From Synesthetic Sensation to Memory Colors. I-Perception. 9: 2041669518777515|
|Río MD, Greenlee MW, Volberg G. (2018) Neural dynamics of breaking continuous flash suppression. Neuroimage|
|Wirth AM, Frank SM, Greenlee MW, et al. (2018) White matter connectivity of the visual-vestibular cortex examined by diffusion-weighted imaging. Brain Connectivity|
|Schlaier JR, Beer AL, Faltermeier R, et al. (2017) Probabilistic versus deterministic fiber tracking and the influence of different seed regions to delineate cerebellar-thalamic fibers in deep brain stimulation. The European Journal of Neuroscience|
|Frank SM, Greenlee MW, Tse PU. (2017) Long Time No See: Enduring Behavioral and Neuronal Changes in Perceptual Learning of Motion Trajectories 3 Years After Training. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 1-12|