Matthias M. Müller

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General Psychology Leipzig University, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
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Gundlach C, Müller MM, Hoff M, et al. (2020) Reduction of somatosensory functional connectivity by transcranial alternating current stimulation at endogenous mu-frequency. Neuroimage. 221: 117175
Forschack N, Nierhaus T, Müller MM, et al. (2020) Dissociable neural correlates of stimulation intensity and detection in somatosensation. Neuroimage. 116908
Schettino A, Porcu E, Gundlach C, et al. (2020) Rapid processing of neutral and angry expressions within ongoing facial stimulus streams: Is it all about isolated facial features? Plos One. 15: e0231982
Bekhtereva V, Craddock M, Müller MM. (2020) Affective Bias without Hemispheric Competition: Evidence for Independent Processing Resources in Each Cortical Hemisphere. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-14
Trauer SM, Müller MM, Kotz SA. (2019) Expectation Gates Neural Facilitation of Emotional Words in Early Visual Areas. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13: 281
Bekhtereva V, Craddock M, Gundlach C, et al. (2019) Rapid sensory gain with emotional distracters precedes attentional deployment from a foreground task. Neuroimage. 116115
Brummerloh B, Gundlach C, Müller MM. (2018) Attentional Facilitation of Constituent Features of an Object Does Not Spread Automatically along Object-defining Cortical Boundaries. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-10
Bekhtereva V, Pritschmann R, Keil A, et al. (2018) The neural signature of extracting emotional content from rapid visual streams at multiple presentation rates: A cross-laboratory study. Psychophysiology. e13222
Martinovic J, Wuerger SM, Hillyard SA, et al. (2018) Neural mechanisms of divided feature-selective attention to colour. Neuroimage
Müller MM, Gundlach C, Forschack N, et al. (2018) It takes two to tango: Suppression of task-irrelevant features requires (spatial) competition. Neuroimage
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