Barbara Dillenburger

2010- MPI for Neurological Research, Cologne, Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
Sensory processes, Cortex, Visual Perception
"Barbara Dillenburger"
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Dillenburger B, Morgan M. (2017) Saccades to Explicit and Virtual Features in the Poggendorff Figure Show Perceptual Biases. I-Perception. 8: 2041669517699221
Morgan M, Dillenburger B. (2016) Geometrical Features underlying the Perception of Collinearity. Vision Research
Morgan M, Dillenburger B. (2015) Saccadic eye movements reveal an orientational bias, but not a position bias, in the Poggendorff figure. Journal of Vision. 15: 606
Raphael S, Dillenburger B, Morgan M. (2013) Computation of relative numerosity of circular dot textures. Journal of Vision. 13: 17
Chen LM, Dillenburger BC, Wang F, et al. (2012) Differential fMRI activation to noxious heat and tactile stimuli in parasylvian areas of new world monkeys. Pain. 153: 158-69
Chen G, Wang F, Dillenburger BC, et al. (2012) Functional magnetic resonance imaging of awake monkeys: some approaches for improving imaging quality. Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 30: 36-47
Morgan M, Dillenburger B, Raphael S, et al. (2012) Observers can voluntarily shift their psychometric functions without losing sensitivity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 74: 185-93
Friedman RM, Dillenburger BC, Wang F, et al. (2011) Methods for fine scale functional imaging of tactile motion in human and nonhuman primates. The Open Neuroimaging Journal. 5: 160-71
Chen LM, Dillenburger BC, Wang F, et al. (2011) High-resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging mapping of noxious heat and tactile activations along the central sulcus in New World monkeys. Pain. 152: 522-32
Kaskan PM, Dillenburger BC, Lu HD, et al. (2010) Orientation and Direction-of-Motion Response in the Middle Temporal Visual Area (MT) of New World Owl Monkeys as Revealed by Intrinsic-Signal Optical Imaging. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 4: 23
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