Lüder Deecke

University of Vienna, Wien, Wien, Austria 
"Lüder Deecke"
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Kornhuber HH, Deecke L. (2016) Brain potential changes in voluntary and passive movements in humans: readiness potential and reafferent potentials. Pflugers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology
Deecke L, Soekadar SR. (2016) Beyond the point of no return: Last-minute changes in human motor performance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Cui R, Cunnington R, Beisteiner R, et al. (2012) Effects of force-load on cortical activity preceding voluntary finger movement: Whole-scalp magnetoencephalography of the Bereitschaftsfeld Neurology Psychiatry and Brain Research. 18: 97-104
Kornhuber HH, Deecke L. (2009) Brain function and free will | Hirntätigkeit und willensfreiheit Familiendynamik. 34: 58-59
Kornhuber HH, Deecke L. (2008) Bereitschaftspotential and free will | Bereitschaftspotential und willensfreiheit Schweizer Archiv Fur Neurologie Und Psychiatrie. 159: 133
Beisteiner R, Gartus A, Erdler M, et al. (2004) Magnetoencephalography indicates finger motor somatotopy. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 19: 465-72
Püregger E, Walla P, Deecke L, et al. (2003) Magnetoencephalographic - Features related to mild cognitive impairment Neuroimage. 20: 2235-2244
Cunnington R, Windischberger C, Deecke L, et al. (2003) The preparation and readiness for voluntary movement: a high-field event-related fMRI study of the Bereitschafts-BOLD response. Neuroimage. 20: 404-12
Cunnington R, Windischberger C, Deecke L, et al. (2002) The preparation and execution of self-initiated and externally-triggered movement: A study of event-related fMRI Neuroimage. 15: 373-385
Erdler M, Windischberger C, Lanzenberger R, et al. (2001) Dissociation of supplementary motor area and primary motor cortex in human subjects when comparing index and little finger movements with functional magnetic resonance imaging Neuroscience Letters. 313: 5-8
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