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References

Publications

Contact person: Ms. Stefanie Rudrich

Brain Products Hardware and Software mentioned in Publications on EEG/fMRI

Within recent years dozens of our customers used our equipment for their research purposes and published their results in wellknown scientific journals. Here you‘ll find a list of more than 400 of these scientific articles on EEG & fMRI.

Brain Products Hardware and Software mentioned in Publications on Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI)

Within recent years dozens of our customers used our equipment for their research purposes and published their results in wellknown scientific journals. Here you‘ll find a list of almost 200 of these scientific articles on BCI.

User Research

Contact person: Ms. Stefanie Rudrich

2014 - today

More User Researches
- January 2014 to today

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Dec 2013

Efficacy of tACS depends on endogenous oscillatory power

by Toralf Neuling(1), Stefan Rach(1;2), Christoph S. Herrmann(1;2)
(1)Experimental Psychology Lab, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany
(2)Research Center Neurosensory Science, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany

Efficacy of tACS depends on endogenous oscillatory power
Type: pdf   Size: 1.3 MB

Oct 2013

The neural and vascular effects of caffeine revealed by simultaneous EEG-fMRI

by Richard G. Wise
Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK

The neural and vascular effects of caffeine revealed by simultaneous EEG-fMRI
Type: pdf   Size: 705.8 KB

Jul 2013

Neural decoding of visual dream contents during sleep-onset period

by Masako Tamaki
ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories, Kyoto 619-0288, Japan

Neural decoding of visual dream contents during sleep-onset period
Type: pdf   Size: 460.6 KB

Apr 2013

Perceiving while acting: How visual selection is tuned to action intentions

by Agnieszka Wykowska
Department of General and Experimental Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany

Perceiving while acting: How visual selection is tuned to action intentions
Type: pdf   Size: 989.4 KB

Dec 2012

Perception of effort and movement-related cortical potential during weight lifting

by Helma M. de Morree
Department of Medical Psychology and Neuropsychology, Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic Diseases (CoRPS),Tilburg University, The Netherlands

Perception of effort and movement-related cortical potential during weight lifting
Type: pdf   Size: 677.7 KB

Sep 2012

High-frequency neural activity modulated by crossmodal haptic-to-auditory priming

by Till R. Schneider
Cognitive and Clinical Neurophysiology Group / University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

High-frequency neural activity modulated by crossmodal haptic-to-auditory priming
Type: pdf   Size: 518.6 KB

Jun 2012

When processing the melody of speech is atypical: ERP insights into emotional prosody processing in Williams syndrome

by Ana Patrνcia Teixeira Pinheiro
Neuropsychophysiology Laboratory, School of Psychology, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal
Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

When processing the melody of speech is atypical
Type: pdf   Size: 184.9 KB

Apr 2012

Visual processing in the auditory cortex of cochlear-implant users

by Pascale Sandmann
Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany

Visual processing in the auditory cortex of cochlear-implant users
Type: pdf   Size: 141.2 KB

Dec 2011

Sleep and functional Imaging

by Michael Czisch, Victor I. Spoormaker, Katia C. Andrade, Renate Wehrle, Philipp G. Sδmannn
Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, Germany

Sleep and functional Imaging
Type: pdf   Size: 1.5 MB

Oct 2011

How DC-recorded slow potentials can aid in studying dynamic retrieval-control processes

by Jasmin M. Kizilirmak
Philipps-University Marburg, Germany

How DC-recorded slow potentials can aid in studying dynamic retrieval-control processes
Type: pdf   Size: 1.2 MB

Jul 2011

Combining EEG and fMRI signals in both humans and rodents: Advantages and limitations

by Jorge Riera
Department of Functional Brain Imaging, Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer, Tohoku University

Combining EEG and fMRI signals in both humans and rodents: Advantages and limitations
Type: pdf   Size: 2.9 MB

Apr 2011

Multi-stability and non-linearity of large-scale cortical rhythms

by Michael Breakspear

Multi-stability and non-linearity of large-scale cortical rhythms
Type: pdf   Size: 1.7 MB

Media Coverage / Products in Practice

Contact person: Ms. Stefanie Rudrich

Mar 2017

Brain Awareness Week

RAI (16.03.2017) – Italian video


Jan 2017

Groundbreaking system allows locked-in syndrome patients to communicate

The Guardian (31.01.2017) – English article


Dec 2016

Depressed Children Respond Differently to Rewards Than Other Kids

Neuroscioence News (15.12.2016) – English article


Oct 2016

BCI-controlled TETRIS developed by Team PhyPA at IEEE Hackathlon 2016

You Tube (09.10.2016) – Video


Oct 2016

Scania research puts warning signs to the test

ATN (05.10.2016) – English article


Sep 2016

What makes humans become individuals

SRF - Switzerland (29.09.2016) – German Video

    fast forward to minute 5:25


Sep 2016

This is Tinie Tempah’s brain on music

The Guardian (13.09.2016) – English article/video


Aug 2016

Deceleration with Nikolai Makarov

ARTE (30.08.2016) – German article/video


Aug 2016

'Brain training' technique restores feeling and movement to paraplegic patients

The Guardian (11.08.2016) – English article/video


Jul 2016

ASU researcher controls multiple drones with his mind

3TV NEWS (14.07.2016) – English video


Jun 2016

Why common sense matters

Der Standard (21.06.2016) – German article


Jun 2016

MEGAERF (in cooperation with PHYSIP)

Direct Defense - Eurosatory (17.06.2016) – French articles/video


Jun 2016

Doping - are religious athletes better?

Stationen, BR television (08.06.2016) – German video


Apr 2016

This is your brain on Trump

CNN Money (04.2016) – English video


Apr 2016

Why Kissing is so wonderful

WDR - Quarks & Co. (05.04.2016) – German article/video


Mar 2016

Scientists test the possibility to upload knowledge to the human brain

news.com.au (07.03.2016) – English article


Mar 2016

Scientists develop Matrix-style technique of 'feeding' information directly into your brain

Mirror (01.03.2016) – English article/video


Feb 2016

The Neuroscience of Implicit Moral Evaluation and Its Relation to Generosity in Early Childhood

YouTube (01.02.2016) – English video


Oct 2015

Your Brain On Art - Exquisite Corpse - University of Houston

YouTube (26.10.2015) – English video


Oct 2015

NeuroLab - Testumgebung fόr Fragen der Neuroarbeitswissenschaft - Fraunhofer IAO

YouTube (15.10.2015) – German video


Sep 2015

Team links two human brains for question-and-answer experiment

Science Daily (23.09.2015) – English article/video


Aug 2015

Controlling an Exoskeleton with a Brain Computer Interface

Neuroscience News (18.08.2015) – English article/video


Apr 2015

World Parkinson's Day 2015

SWR - Landesschau aktuell (11.04.2015) – German video


Mar 2015

Researchers build brain-machine interface to control prosthetic hand

NeuroscientistNews (31.03.2015) – English article


Jan 2015

What makes you happy!?

ZDFtivi - PUR (17.01.2015) – German video


Jan 2015

Drone-Tennis - a BCI experiment

ProSieben - TV Total (15.01.2015) – German video


Dec 2014

In the head of sex offenders

ICI Radio Canada (09.12.2014) – French video


Nov 2014

Science Slam - How Sports affects your Brain

YouTube (12.11.2014) – German video

    fast forward to minute 7:28


Nov 2014

actiCAP - Press Photo of the Year

Sueddeutsche (25.11.2014) – German article


Sep 2014

The Power of Thoughts

Main Post (05.09.2014) – German article
GEO (01.2014) – German article


Jun 2014

Paralyzed Man Kicks Off World Cup

The Science (13.06.2014) – English article/video


May 2014

The healing power of thoughts

ARD - [w] wie wissen (13.06.2014) – German video


May 2014

Brainflight

n-tv - NEWS (26.05.2014) – German article/video


Apr 2014

How Dancers Think When They Dance

TERP (29.04.2014) – English article/video


Apr 2014

Exoskeleton that Brazilian with paralysis will wear at the opening of the World Cup
reaches final stage

Fantastico (19.04.2014) – Portuguese video


Mar 2014

Eliciting brain plasticity to keep the body moving

Science Nation (31.03.2014) – English video


Feb 2014

Knowledge Ambassador Prof. Dr. Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky

HR - Hessen schafft Wissen (18.02.2014) – German video


Feb 2014

Getting smarter through "brain doping"

BR (18.02.2014) – German video


Nov 2013

How Botox affects the brain

SWI - SwissInfo (26.11.2013) – English video


Nov 2013

20 Steps by MarieMarie

BR - Music Video (11.11.2013) – Video


Jun 2013

Being clever quickly

WDR - neuneinhalb (08.06.2013) – German video


May 2013

To make the brain get a move on

Spiegel (30.05.2013) – German article


Apr 2013

Your Brain on Dance: A Research Collaboration Between Engineers and Dancers

University of Houston (19.04.2013) – English article


Mar 2013

How children's brains are influenced by physical training

svt2 (22.03.2013) – Swedish video w. German subtitle


Nov 2012

Making music together creates brain networks

Der Standard (29.11.2012) – German article


Oct 2012

Technology can reduce our stress, too

CNN (06.10.2012) – English article


Jun 2012

Research offers the promise of more independence, along with the wow factor

Houston Chronicle (14.06.2012) – English article


May 2012

A mind to walk again

The Economist (19.05.2012) – English article


May 2012

Children learn from "making faces"

nano (03.05.2012) – German article/video


Apr 2012

Sleeplessness

WDR - Quarks & Co. (20.04.2012) – German video

    fast forward to minute 20:28


Jan 2012

Restoration of Whole Body Movement

IEEE PULSE (Jan. 2012) – English article