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Literaturliste von Prof. Dr. Stefan Treue

letzte Aktualisierung: 02.05.2023

Moeller, S., Unakafov, A. M., Fischer, J., Gail, A., Treue, S. & Kagan, I. (2023). Human and macaque pairs employ different coordination strategies in a transparent decision game. eLife, 12, No. e81641.

Esghaei, M., Treue, S. & Vidyasagar, T. R. (2022). Dynamic coupling of oscillatory neural activity and its roles in visual attention. Trends in Neurosciences, 45(4), 323-335.

Krieber-Tomantschger, M., Pokorny, F. B., Krieber-Tomantschger, I., Langmann, L., Poustka, L., Zhang, D., Treue, S., Tanzer, N. K., Einspieler, C., Marschik, P. B. & Korner, C. (2022). The development of visual attention in early infancy: Insights from a free-viewing paradigm. Infancy, 27(2), 433-458.

Wild, B., Maamoun, A., Mayr, Y., Brockhausen, R. & Treue, S. (2022). Electrophysiological dataset from macaque visual cortical area MST in response to a novel motion stimulus. Scientific Data, 9(182), 1-10.

Yoo, S.-A., Martinez-Trujillo, J. C., Treue, S., Tsotsos, J. K. & Fallah, M. (2022). Attention to visual motion suppresses neuronal and behavioral sensitivity in nearby feature space. BMC Biology, 20(1), No. 220.

Yurt, P., Calapai, A., Mundry, R. & Treue, S. (2022). Assessing cognitive flexibility in humans and rhesus macaques with visual motion and neutral distractors. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, No. 1047292.

Dezfouli, M. P., Schwedhelm, P., Wibral, M., Treue, S., Daliri, M. R. & Esghaei, M. (2021). A neural correlate of visual feature binding in primate lateral prefrontal cortex. NeuroImage, 229, No. 117757.

Veith, V. K., Quigley, C. & Treue, S. (2021). Cholinergic manipulations affect sensory responses but not attentional enhancement in macaque MT. BMC Biology, 19, No. 49.

Wild, B. & Treue, S. (2021). Comparing the influence of stimulus size and contrast on the perception of moving gratings and random dot patterns - A registered report protocol. PLoS ONE, 16(6), No. e0253067.

Zdarsky, N., Treue, S. & Esghaei, M. (2021). A deep learning-based approach to video-based eye tracking for human psychophysics. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 15, No. 685830.

Mehrpour, V., Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. & Treue, S. (2020). Attention amplifies neural representations of changes in sensory input at the expense of perceptual accuracy. Nature Communications, 11(1), No. 2128.

Schwedhelm, P., Baldauf, D. & Treue, S. (2020). The lateral prefrontal cortex of primates encodes stimulus colors and their behavioral relevance during a match-to-sample task. Scientific Reports, 10, No. 4216.

Wilson, V. A. D., Kade, C., Moeller, S., Treue, S., Kagan, I. & Fischer, J. (2020). Macaque gaze responses to the Primatar: A virtual macaque head for social cognition research. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, No. 1645.

Xue, C., Calapai, A., Krumbiegel, J. & Treue, S. (2020). Sustained spatial attention accounts for the direction bias of human microsaccades. Scientific Reports, 10(1), No. 20604.

Zareian, B., Maboudi, K., Daliri, M. R., Moghaddam, H. A., Treue, S. & Esghaei, M. (2020). Attention strengthens across-trial pre-stimulus phase coherence in visual cortex, enhancing stimulus processing. Scientific Reports, 10(1), No. 4837 .

Khamechian, M. B., Kozyrev, V., Treue, S., Esghaei, M. & Daliri, M. R. (2019). Routing information flow by separate neural synchrony frequencies allows for "functionally labeled lines" in higher primate cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116(25), 12506-12515.

Esghaei, M., Daliriri, M. R. & Treue, S. (2018). Attention decouples action potentials from the phase of local field potentials in macaque visual cortical area MT. BMC Biology, 16, No. 86.

Lange-Malecki, B., Treue, S., Rothenberger, A. & Albrecht, B. (2018). Cognitive control over visual motion processing - Are children with ADHD especially compromised? A pilot study of Flanker Task event-related potentials. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12, No. 491.

Parto Dezfouli, M., Khamechian, M. B., Treue, S., Esghaei, M. & Daliri, M. R. (2018). Neural activity predicts reaction in primates long before a behavioral response. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 12, No. 207.

Pfefferle, D., Plümer, S., Burchardt, L., Treue, S. & Gail, A. (2018). Assessment of stress responses in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) to daily routine procedures in system neuroscience based on salivary cortisol concentrations. PLoS ONE, 13(1), No. e0190190.

Yao, T., Treue, S. & Krishna, B. S. (2018). Saccade-synchronized rapid attention shifts in macaque visual cortical area MT. Nature Communications, No. 958.

Esghaei, M., Daliri, M. R. & Treue, S. (2017). Local field potentials are induced by visually evoked spiking activity in macaque cortical area MT. Scientific Reports, 7, No. 17110.

Malek, N., Treue, S., Khayat, P. & Martinez-Trujillo, J. (2017). Distracter suppression dominates attentional modulation of responses to multiple stimuli inside the receptive fields of middle temporal neurons. European Journal of Neuroscience, 46(12), 2844-2858.

Schwedhelm, P., Baldauf, D. & Treue, S. (2017). Electrical stimulation of macaque lateral prefrontal cortex modulates oculomotor behavior indicative of a disruption of top-down attention. Scientific Reports, 7, No. 17715.

Wilming, N., Kietzmann, T. C., Jutras, M., Xue, C., Treue, S., Buffalo, E. A. & König, P. (2017). Differential contribution of low- and high-level image content to eye movements in monkeys and humans. Cerebral Cortex, 27(1), 279-293.

Daliri, M. R., Kozyrev, V. & Treue, S. (2016). Attention enhances stimulus representations in macaque visual cortex without affecting their signal-to-noise level. Scientific Reports (Online Journal), 6, No. 27666.

Helmer, M., Kozyrev, V., Stephan, V., Treue, S., Geisel, T. & Battaglia, D. (2016). Model-free estimation of tuning curves and their attentional modulation, based on sparse and noisy data. PLoS ONE, 11(1), No. e0146500.

Li, K., Kozyrev, V., Kyllingsbaek, S., Treue, S., Ditlevsen, S. & Bundesen, C. (2016). Neurons in primate visual cortex alternate between responses to multiple stimuli in their receptive field. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 10, No. 141.

Yao, T., Ketkar, M., Treue, S. & Krishna, B. S. (2016). Visual attention is available at a task-relevant location rapidly after a saccade. eLife, 5, No. e18009.

Esghaei, M., Daliri, M. R. & Treue, S. (2015). Attention decreases phase-amplitude coupling, enhancing stimulus discriminability in cortical area MT. Frontiers in Neural Circuits (Online Journal), 9, No. 82.

Folta-Schoofs, K., Treue, S., Wolf, O. T. & Schoofs, D. (2014). Perceptual complexity, rather than valence or arousal accounts for distracter-induced overproductions of temporal durations. Acta Psychologica, 147, 51-59.

Katzner, S., Treue, S. & Busse, L. (2012). Improving behavioral performance under full attention by adjusting response criteria to changes in stimulus predictability. Journal of Vision, 12(10).

Laczo, B., Antal, A., Niebergall, R., Treue, S. & Paulus, W. (2012). Transcranial alternating current stimulation in a high gamma frequency range applied over V1 improves contrast perception but does not modulate spatial attention. Brain Stimulation, 5(4), 484-491.

Lange-Malecki, B. & Treue, S. (2012). A flanker effect for moving visual stimuli. Vision Research, 62, 134-138.

Treue, S. & Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. (2012). The spotlight of attention: Shifting, resizing and splitting receptive fields when processing visual motion. e-Neuroforum, 3(3), 74-79.

Treue, S. (2012). Neuronale Grundlagen von Aufmerksamkeit. In H.-O. Karnath & P. Thier (Hrsg.), Kognitive Neurowissenschaften (S. 323-330). Berlin: Springer.

Treue, S. & Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. (2012). Der Scheinwerferkegel der Aufmerksamkeit: Verschiebung, Grössenänderung und Teilung rezeptiver Felder bei der Verarbeitung von visueller Bewegung. Neuroforum, 18(3), 260-265.

Morawetz, C., Baudewig, J., Treue, S. & Dechent, P. (2011). Effects of spatial frequency and location of fearful faces on human amygdala activity. Brain Research, 87-99.

Niebergall, R., Khayat, P. S., Treue, S. & Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. (2011). Expansion of MT neurons excitatory receptive fields during covert attentive tracking. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(43), 15499-15510.

Morawetz, C., Baudewig, J., Treue, S. & Dechent, P. (2010). Diverting attention suppresses human amygdala responses to faces. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Anton-Erxleben, K., Stephan, V. M. & Treue, S. (2009). Attention reshapes center-surround receptive-field structure in macaque cortical area MT. Cerebral Cortex, 19(10), 2466-2478.

Katzner, S., Busse, L. & Treue, S. (2009). Attention to the color of a moving stimulus modulates motion-processing in macaque area MT: Evidence for a unified attentional system. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 3(12), 1-8.

Patzwahl, D. R. & Treue, S. (2009). Combining spatial and feature-based attention within the receptive field of MT neurons. Vision Research, 49(10), 1188-1193.

Rodríguez-Sanchez, A. J., Tsotsos, J. K., Treue, S. & Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. (2009). Comparing neuronal and behavioral thresholds for spiral motion discrimination. NeuroReport, 20(18), 1619-1624.

Busse, L., Katzner, S., Tillmann, C. & Treue, S. (2008). Effects of attention on perceptual direction tuning curves in the human visual system. Journal of Vision, 8(9), 1-13.

Busse, L., Katzner, S. & Treue, S. (2008). Temporal dynamics of neuronal modulation during exogenous and endogenous shifts of visual attention in macaque area MT. Proceedings of the National Acadamy of Sciences, 105(42), 16380-16385.

Womelsdorf, T., Anton-Erxleben, K. & Treue, S. (2008). Receptive field shift and shrinkage in macaque middle temporal area through attentional gain modulation. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(36), 8934-8944.

Anton-Erxleben, K., Henrich, C. & Treue, S. (2007). Attention changes perceived size of moving visual patterns. Journal of Vision, 7(11), 1-9.

Kaping, D., Tzvetanov, T. & Treue, S. (2007). Adaptation to statistical properties of visual scenes biases rapid categorization. Visual Cognition, 15(1), 12-19.

Morawetz, C., Holz, P., Baudewig, J., Treue, S. & Dechent, P. (2007). Split of attentional resources in human visual cortex. Visual Neuroscience, 24(6), 817-826.

Treue, S. & Katzner, S. (2007). Visual attention: Of features and transparent surfaces. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 11(11), 451-453.

Treue, S. & Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. (2007). Attending to features inside and outside the spotlight of attention. Neuron, 55(2), 174-176.

Busse, L., Katzner, S. & Treue, S. (2006). Spatial and feature-based effects of exogenous cueing on visual motion processing. Vision Research, 46(13), 2019-2027.

Katzner, S., Busse, L. & Treue, S. (2006). Feature-based attentional integration of color and visual motion. Journal of Vision, 6(3), 269-284.

Treue, S. (2006). Directing the auditory spotlight. Nature Neuroscience, 9, 161-162.

Treue, S. & Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. (2006). Visual search and single-cell electrophysiology of attention: Area MT, from sensation to perception. Visual Cognition, 14(4/5/6/7/8), 898-910.

Tzvetanov, T., Womelsdorf, T., Niebergall, R. & Treue, S. (2006). Feature-based attention influences contextual interactions during motion repulsion. Vision Research, 46(21), 3651-3658.

Womelsdorf, T., Anton-Erxleben, K., Pieper, F. & Treue, S. (2006). Dynamic shifts of visual receptive fields in cortical area MT by spatial attention. Nature Neuroscience, 9(9), 1156-1160.

Martinez-Trujillo, J. C., Tsotsos, J. K., Simine, E., Pomplun, M., Wildes, R., Treue, S., Heinze, H.-J. & Hopf, J.-M. (2005). Selectivity for speed gradients in human area MT/V5. NeuroReport, 16(5), 435-438.

Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. & Treue, S. (2004). Feature-based attention increases the selectivity of population responses in primate visual cortex. Current Biology, 14(9), 744-751.

Treue, S. (2004). Perceptual enhancement of contrast by attention. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 8(10), 435-437.

Treue, S. (2003). Climbing the cortical ladder from sensation to perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 17(11), 469-471.

Treue, S. (2003). Visual attention: The where, what, how and why of saliency. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 13(4), 428-432.

Treue, S. & Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. (2003). Cognitive Physiology: Moving the mind's eye before the head's eye. Current Biology, 13(11), R442-R444.

Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. & Treue, S. (2002). Attentional modulation strength in cortical area MT depends on stimulus contrast. Neuron, 35(2), 365-370.

Merboldt, K.-D., Baudewig, J., Treue, S. & Frahm, J. (2002). Functional MRI of self-controlled stereoscopic depth perception. NeuroReport, 13(14), 1721-1725.

Hol, K. & Treue, S. (2001). Different populations of neurons contribute to the detection and discrimination of visual motion. Vision Research, 41(6), 685-689.

Treue, S. (2001). Neural correlates of attention in primate visual cortex. Trends in Neurosciences, 24(5), 295-300.

Treue, S. & Ilg, U. J. (2000). A tug-of-war for the eyeball. Current Biology, 10(20), R746-R749.

Treue, S. & Ilg, U. J. (2000). Image segmentation: A tug-of-war for the eyeball. Current Biology, 10(20), R746-R749.

Treue, S., Hol, K. & Rauber, H.-J. (2000). Seeing multiple directions of motion - physiology and psychophysics. Nature Neuroscience, 3, 270-276.

Rauber, H.-J. & Treue, S. (1999). Revisiting motion repulsion: Evidence for a general phenomenon? Vision Research, 39(19), 3187-3196.

Thier, P., Haarmeier, T., Treue, S. & Barash, S. (1999). Absence of a common functional denominator of visual disturbances in cerebellar disease. Brain, 122(11), 2133-2146.

Treue, S. & Martinez Trujillo, J. C. (1999). Feature-based attention influences motion processing gain in macaque visual cortex. Nature, 399(June 10), 575-579.

Treue, S. & Martinez Trujillo, J. C. (1999). Reshaping neuronal representations of visual scenes through attention. Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive, 18(5-6), 951-972.

Rauber, H.-J. & Treue, S. (1998). Reference repulsion when judging the direction of visual motion. Perception, 393-402.

Treue, S. & Maunsell, J. H. R. (1998). Effects of attention on the processing of motion in macaque visual cortical areas MT and MST. Journal of Neuroscience, 19, 7603-7616.

Treue, S. (1997). License to see: For one eye only? Neuron, 19(2), 223-225.

Treue, S. & Andersen, R. A. (1996). Neural responses to velocity gradients in macaque cortical area MT. Visual Neuroscience, 13, 797-804.

Treue, S. & Maunsell, J. H. R. (1996). Attentional modulation of visual motion processing in cortical areas MT and MST. Nature, 382, 539-541.

Hildreth, E. C., Ando, H., Andersen, R. A. & Treue, S. (1995). Recovering three-dimensional structure from motion with surface reconstruction. Vision Research, 35(1), 117-137.

Treue, S., Andersen, R. A., Ando, H. & Hildreth, E. C. (1995). Structure-from-motion: Perceptual evidence for surface interpolation. Vision Research, 35(1), 139-148.

Treue, S., Snowden, R. J. & Andersen, R. A. (1993). The effect of transiency on perceived velocity of visual patterns: A case of "temporal capture". Vision Research, 33(5-6), 791-798.

Snowden, R. J., Treue, S. & Andersen, R. A. (1992). The response of neurons in areas V1 and MT of the alert rhesus monkey to moving random dot patterns. Experimental Brain Research, 88(2), 389-400.

Hildreth, E. C., Ando, H., Andersen, R. & Treue, S. (1991). Recovering three-dimensional structure from motion with surface reconstruction. A.I. Memo, 1314.

Snowden, R. J., Treue, S., Erickson, R. G. & Andersen, R. A. (1991). The response of area MT and V1 neurons to transparent motion. Journal of Neuroscience, 11(9), 2768-2785.

Treue, S., Husain, M. & Andersen, R. A. (1991). Human perception of structure from motion. Vision Research, 31(1), 59-75.

Husain, M., Treue, S. & Andersen, R. A. (1989). Surface interpolation in three-dimensional structure-from-motion perception. Neural Computation, 1(3), 324-333.

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