Alan Richardson-Klavehn

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Neurology University of Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany 
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Kizilirmak JM, Schott BH, Thuerich H, et al. (2019) Learning of novel semantic relationships via sudden comprehension is associated with a hippocampus-independent network. Consciousness and Cognition. 69: 113-132
Schott BH, Wüstenberg T, Lücke E, et al. (2018) Gradual acquisition of visuospatial associative memory representations via the dorsal precuneus. Human Brain Mapping
Kizilirmak JM, Serger V, Kehl J, et al. (2018) Feelings-of-Warmth Increase More Abruptly for Verbal Riddles Solved With in Contrast to Without Aha! Experience. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1404
Kizilirmak JM, Thuerich H, Folta-Schoofs K, et al. (2016) Neural Correlates of Learning from Induced Insight: A Case for Reward-Based Episodic Encoding. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1693
Sweeney-Reed CM, Zaehle T, Voges J, et al. (2016) Clinical, neuropsychological, and pre-stimulus dorsomedial thalamic nucleus electrophysiological data in deep brain stimulation patients. Data in Brief. 8: 557-61
Soch J, Deserno L, Assmann A, et al. (2016) Inhibition of Information Flow to the Default Mode Network During Self-Reference Versus Reference to Others. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Sweeney-Reed CM, Zaehle T, Voges J, et al. (2016) Pre-stimulus thalamic theta power predicts human memory formation. Neuroimage
Kizilirmak JM, Galvao Gomes da Silva J, Imamoglu F, et al. (2015) Generation and the subjective feeling of "aha!" are independently related to learning from insight. Psychological Research
Sweeney-Reed CM, Zaehle T, Voges J, et al. (2015) Thalamic theta phase alignment predicts human memory formation and anterior thalamic cross-frequency coupling. Elife. 4
Guggenmos M, Thoma V, Haynes JD, et al. (2015) Spatial attention enhances object coding in local and distributed representations of the lateral occipital complex. Neuroimage. 116: 149-57
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