Bettina Lange-Malecki

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German Primate Center, Göttingen, Niedersachsen, Germany 
Area:
Visual system
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Lange-Malecki B, Treue S, Rothenberger A, et al. (2018) Cognitive Control Over Visual Motion Processing - Are Children With ADHD Especially Compromised? A Pilot Study of Flanker Task Event-Related Potentials. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12: 491
Lange-Malecki B, Treue S. (2012) A flanker effect for moving visual stimuli. Vision Research. 62: 134-8
Jacobsen RB, Koch ED, Lange-Malecki B, et al. (2000) Single amino acid substitutions in kappa-conotoxin PVIIA disrupt interaction with the shaker K+ channel. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 275: 24639-44
Valberg A, Lange-Malecki B, Seim T. (1991) Colour changes as a function of luminance contrast. Perception. 20: 655-68
Valberg A, Lange-Malecki B. (1990) "Colour constancy" in Mondrian patterns: a partial cancellation of physical chromaticity shifts by simultaneous contrast. Vision Research. 30: 371-80
Lange-Malecki B, Poppinga J, Creutzfeldt OD. (1990) The relative contribution of retinal and cortical mechanisms to simultaneous contrast. Die Naturwissenschaften. 77: 394-8
Creutzfeldt O, Lange-Malecki B, Dreyer E. (1990) Chromatic induction and brightness contrast: a relativistic color model. Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics and Image Science. 7: 1644-53
Crook JM, Lange-Malecki B, Lee BB, et al. (1988) Visual resolution of macaque retinal ganglion cells. The Journal of Physiology. 396: 205-24
Creutzfeldt O, Lange-Malecki B, Wortmann K. (1987) Darkness induction, retinex and cooperative mechanisms in vision. Experimental Brain Research. 67: 270-83
Lange-Malecki B, Creutzfeldt OD, Hinse P. (1985) Haploscopic colour mixtures with and without contours in subjects with normal and disturbed binocular vision. Perception. 14: 587-600
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