Händel Lab


Dr. Barbara Händel

Dept. of Psychology

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Publications (selected list)

Händel B, Jensen O (2014). Spontaneous local alpha oscillations predict motion-induced blindness. Eur J Neurosci 40:3371–3379.

Zizlsperger L, Sauvigny T, Händel B, Haarmeier T (2014). Cortical representations of confidence in a visual perceptual decision. Nat commun 5:3940.

van Leeuwen TM, Hagoort P, Händel B (2013). Real color captures attention and overrides spatial cues in grapheme-color synesthetes but not in controls. Neuropsychologia 51:1802–1813.

Händel B, Haarmeier T, Jensen O (2011). Alpha oscillations correlate with the successful inhibition of unattended stimuli. J Cogn Neurosci 23:2494–2502.

Haegens S, Händel B, Jensen O (2011). Top-down controlled alpha band activity in somatosensory areas determines behavioral performance in a discrimination task. J Neurosci 31:5197–5204.

Händel B, Haarmeier T (2009). Cross-frequency coupling of brain oscillations indicates the success in visual motion discrimination. Neuroimage 45:1040–1046.

Händel B, Thier P, Haarmeier T (2009). Visual motion perception deficits due to cerebellar lesions are paralleled by specific changes in cerebro-cortical activity. J Neurosci 29:15126–15133.

Händel B, Lutzenberger W, Thier P, Haarmeier T (2008). Selective attention increases the dependency of cortical responses on visual motion coherence in man. Cereb Cortex 18:2902–2908.

Händel B, Lutzenberger W, Thier P, Haarmeier T (2007). Opposite dependencies on visual motion coherence in human area MT+ and early visual cortex. Cererb Cortex 17:1542-1549.

Tikhonov A*, Händel B*, Haarmeier T, Lutzenberger W, Thier P (2007). Gamma oscillations underlying the visual motion aftereffect. Neuroimage 38:708–719. *equal contribution.

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last update: 05/05/2021