Tobias H. Donner

2015- University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany 
decision-making, perception, neuromodulation, psychophysics, modelling, neuroimaging
"Tobias Donner"
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Colizoli O, de Gee JW, van der Zwaag W, et al. (2021) Functional magnetic resonance imaging responses during perceptual decision-making at 3 and 7 T in human cortex, striatum, and brainstem. Human Brain Mapping
Murphy PR, Wilming N, Hernandez-Bocanegra DC, et al. (2021) Adaptive circuit dynamics across human cortex during evidence accumulation in changing environments. Nature Neuroscience
de Gee JW, Correa CMC, Weaver M, et al. (2021) Pupil Dilation and the Slow Wave ERP Reflect Surprise about Choice Outcome Resulting from Intrinsic Variability in Decision Confidence. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Chandra Talluri B, Braun A, Donner TH. (2021) Decision making: How the past guides the future in frontal cortex. Current Biology : Cb. 31: R303-R306
Talluri BC, Urai AE, Bronfman ZZ, et al. (2021) Choices Change the Temporal Weighting of Decision Evidence. Journal of Neurophysiology
Desender K, Donner TH, Verguts T. (2020) Dynamic expressions of confidence within an evidence accumulation framework. Cognition. 104522
Wilming N, Murphy PR, Meyniel F, et al. (2020) Large-scale dynamics of perceptual decision information across human cortex. Nature Communications. 11: 5109
de Gee JW, Tsetsos K, Schwabe L, et al. (2020) Pupil-linked phasic arousal predicts a reduction of choice bias across species and decision domains. Elife. 9
Lak A, Hueske E, Hirokawa J, et al. (2020) Confidence-guided updating of choice bias during perceptual decisions is a widespread behavioral phenomenon. Elife. 9
Gudi-Mindermann H, Rimmele JM, Bruns P, et al. (2020) Post-training Load-Related Changes of Auditory Working Memory - An EEG Study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 72
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