Werner Sommer

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Psychology Humboldt University Berlin 
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Meyberg S, Sommer W, Dimigen O. (2017) How microsaccades relate to lateralized ERP components of spatial attention: A co-registration study. Neuropsychologia. 99: 64-80
Kornrumpf B, Dimigen O, Sommer W. (2017) Lateralization of posterior alpha EEG reflects the distribution of spatial attention during saccadic reading. Psychophysiology. 54: 809-823
Kornrumpf B, Niefind F, Sommer W, et al. (2016) Neural Correlates of Word Recognition: A Systematic Comparison of Natural Reading and Rapid Serial Visual Presentation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 28: 1374-91
Li N, Niefind F, Wang S, et al. (2015) Parafoveal processing in reading Chinese sentences: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Psychophysiology
Kornrumpf B, Sommer W. (2015) Modulation of the attentional span by foveal and parafoveal task load: An ERP study using attentional probes. Psychophysiology. 52: 1218-27
Frömer R, Dimigen O, Niefind F, et al. (2015) Are individual differences in reading speed related to extrafoveal visual acuity and crowding? Plos One. 10: e0121986
Meyberg S, Werkle-Bergner M, Sommer W, et al. (2015) Microsaccade-related brain potentials signal the focus of visuospatial attention. Neuroimage. 104: 79-88
Yuan WJ, Dimigen O, Sommer W, et al. (2013) A model of microsaccade-related neural responses induced by short-term depression in thalamocortical synapses. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 7: 47
Schinkel S, Zamora-López G, Dimigen O, et al. (2012) Order Patterns Networks (ORPAN)-a method to estimate time-evolving functional connectivity from multivariate time series. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 6: 91
Dimigen O, Kliegl R, Sommer W. (2012) Trans-saccadic parafoveal preview benefits in fluent reading: a study with fixation-related brain potentials. Neuroimage. 62: 381-93
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