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Urte Roeber

Affiliations: 
University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
Area:
EEG, ERPs, Cognition, Binocular vision, Audition, Memory
Website:
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~biocog/roeber/index.en.shtml
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Jack BN, Roeber U, O'Shea RP. (2017) Do early neural correlates of visual consciousness show the oblique effect? A binocular rivalry and event-related potential study. Plos One. 12: e0188979
O'Shea RP, Roeber U, Wade NJ. (2017) On the Discovery of Monocular Rivalry by Tscherning in 1898: Translation and Review. I-Perception. 8: 2041669517743523
O'Shea RP, Roeber U, Wade NJ. (2017) Gottfried Wilhelm Osann (1833, 1836) on Simultaneous Color Contrast: Translation and Commentary. I-Perception. 8: 2041669517717755
Jack BN, Widmann A, O'Shea RP, et al. (2017) Brain activity from stimuli that are not perceived: Visual mismatch negativity during binocular rivalry suppression. Psychophysiology
Jack BN, Roeber U, O'Shea RP. (2015) We make predictions about eye of origin of visual input: Visual mismatch negativity from binocular rivalry. Journal of Vision. 15: 9
Berti S, Roeber U. (2013) Encoding into Visual Working Memory: Event-Related Brain Potentials Reflect Automatic Processing of Seemingly Redundant Information. Neuroscience Journal. 2013: 172614
O'Shea RP, Kornmeier J, Roeber U. (2013) Predicting visual consciousness electrophysiologically from intermittent binocular rivalry. Plos One. 8: e76134
van Rhijn M, Roeber U, O'Shea RP. (2013) Can eye of origin serve as a deviant? Visual mismatch negativity from binocular rivalry. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 190
Roeber U. (2012) Neural processing of orientation differences between the eyes' images. Journal of Vision. 12: 20
Müller D, Roeber U, Winkler I, et al. (2012) Impact of lower- vs. upper-hemifield presentation on automatic colour-deviance detection: a visual mismatch negativity study. Brain Research. 1472: 89-98
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