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Literaturliste von Prof. Guido Hesselmann

letzte Aktualisierung: 12.08.2019

Darcy, N., Sterzer, P. & Hesselmann, G. (2019). Category-selective processing in the two visual pathways as a function of stimulus degradation by noise. NeuroImage, 188, 785-793.

Moors, P. & Hesselmann, G. (2019). Unconscious arithmetic: Assessing the robustness of the results reported by Karpinski, Briggs, and Yale (2018). Consciousness and Cognition, 68, 97-106.

Hesselmann, G. (2018). Applying linear mixed effects models (LMMs) in within-participant designs with subjective trial-based assessments of awareness-a caveat. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, No. 788.

Hesselmann, G., Darcy, N., Rothkirch, M. & Sterzer, P. (2018). Investigating masked priming along the "vision-for-perception" and "vision-for-action" dimensions of unconscious processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology - General, 147(11), 1641-1659.

Moors, P. & Hesselmann, G. (2018). A critical reexamination of doing arithmetic nonconsciously. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 25(1), 472-481.

Rothkirch, M. & Hesselmann, G. (2018). No evidence for dorsal-stream-based priming under continuous flash suppression. Consciousness and Cognition, 64, 84-94.

Rothkirch, M., Overgaard, M. & Hesselmann, G. (2018). Editorial: Transitions between consciousness and unconsciousness. Frontiers in Psychology (Consciousness Research),

Kerr, J. A., Hesselmann, G., Räling, R., Wartenburger, I. & Sterzer, P. (2017). Choice of analysis pathway dramatically affects statistical outcomes in breaking continuous flash suppression. Scientific Reports, 7, No. 3002.

Moors, P., Hesselmann, G., Wagemans, J. & van Ee, R. (2017). Continuous flash suppression: Stimulus fractionation rather than integration. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 21(10), 719-721.

Rothkirch, M. & Hesselmann, G. (2017). What we talk about when we talk about unconscious processing - A plea for best practices. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 8, No. 835.

Weilnhammer, V., Stuke, H., Hesselmann, G., Sterzer, P. & Schmack, K. (2017). A predictive coding account of bistable perception - a model-based fMRI study. PLoS Computational Biology, 13(5), No. 1005536.

Hesselmann, G., Darcy, N., Ludwig, K. & Sterzer, P. (2016). Priming in a shape task but not in a category task under continuous flash suppression. Journal of Vision, 16(3), 1-17.

Ludwig, K., Sterzer, P. & Hesselmann, G. (2016). Stimulus visibility differentially modulates response patterns in dorsal and ventral visual stream. Cortex.

Ludwig, K., Sterzer, P., Kathmann, N. & Hesselmann, G. (2016). Differential modulation of visual object processing in dorsal and ventral stream by stimulus visibility. Cortex, 83, 113-123.

Stein, T., Kaiser, D. & Hesselmann, G. (2016). Can working memory be non-conscious. Neuroscience of Consciousness, niv011.

Weilnhammer, V. A., Sterzer, P. & Hesselmann, G. (2016). Perceptual stability of the Lissajous figure is modulated by the speed of illusory rotation. PLoS ONE, 11(8), No. e0160772.

Hesselmann, G., Darcy, N., Sterzer, P. & Knops, A. (2015). Exploring the boundary conditions of unconscious numerical priming effects with continuous flash suppression. Consciousness and Cognition, 31, 60-72.

Hesselmann, G. & Moors, P. (2015). Definitely maybe: Can unconscious processes perform the same functions as conscious processes? Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 6, No. 584.

Ludwig, K. & Hesselmann, G. (2015). Weighing the evidence for a dorsal processing bias under continuous flash suppression. Consciousness and Cognition, 35, 251-259.

Ludwig, K., Kathmann, N., Sterzer, P. & Hesselmann, G. (2015). Investigating category- and shape-selective neural processing in ventral and dorsal visual stream under interocular suppression. Human Brain Mapping, 36(1), 137-149.

Hesselmann, G. & Knops, A. (2014). No conclusive evidence for numerical priming under interocular suppression. Psychological Science, 25, 2116-2119.

Lev, M., Ludwig, K., Gilaie-Dotan, S., Voss, S., Sterzer, P., Hesselmann, G. & Polat, U. (2014). Training improves visual processing speed and generalizes to untrained functions. Scientific Reports (Online Journal), 4, No. 7251.

Sterzer, P., Stein, T., Rothkirch, M., Ludwig, K. & Hesselmann, G. (2014). Visual information processing under interocular suppression: A critical review. Frontiers in Psychology (Consciousness Research),

Sterzer, P., Stein, T., Ludwig, K., Rothkirch, M. & Hesselmann, G. (2014). Neural processing of visual information under interocular suppression: A critical review. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 5, No. 453.

Weilnhammer, V. A., Ludwig, K., Sterzer, P. & Hesselmann, G. (2014). Revisiting the Lissajous figure as a tool to study bistable perception. Vision Research, 98, 107-112.

Hesselmann, G. (2013). Dissecting visual awareness with fMRI. The Neuroscientist, 19(5), 495-508.

Hesselmann, G., Naccache, L., Cohen, L. & Dehaene, S. (2013). Splitting of the P3 component during dual-task processing in a patient with posterior callosal section. Cortex, 49(3), 730-747.

Ludwig, K., Sterzer, P., Kathmann, N., Franz, V. H. & Hesselmann, G. (2013). Learning to detect but not to grasp suppressed visual stimuli. Neuropsychologia, 51(13), 2930-2938.

Salomon, R., Lim, M., Herbelin, B., Hesselmann, G. & Blanke, O. (2013). Feel Me, See me: Proprioception affects visual awareness. Journal of Vision, 13, 1-8.

Salomon, R., Lim, M., Herbelin, B., Hesselmann, G. & Blanke, O. (2013). Posing for awareness: Proprioception modulates access to visual consciousness in a continuous flash suppression task. Journal of Vision, 13(2), 1-8.

Weilnhammer, V. A., Ludwig, K., Hesselmann, G. & Sterzer, P. (2013). Frontoparietal cortex mediates perceptual transitions in bistable perception. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(40), 16009-16015.

Dirnberger, G., Hesselmann, G., Roisner, J., Preminger, S., Malach, R., Jahanshahi, M. & Paz, R. (2012). Effects of emotion on time perception: An fMRI study. NeuroImage, 63, 591-599.

Dirnberger, G., Hesselmann, G., Roiser, J. P., Preminger, S., Jahanshahi, M. & Paz, R. (2012). Give it time: Neural evidence for distorted time perception and enhanced memory encoding in emotional situations. NeuroImage, 63(1), 591-599.

Gauthier, B., Eger, E., Hesselmann, G., Giraud, A.-L. & Kleinschmidt, A. (2012). Temporal tuning properties along the human ventral visual stream. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(41), 14433-14441.

Hebart, M. N. & Hesselmann, G. (2012). What visual information is processed in the human dorsal stream? Journal of Neuroscience, 32(24), 8107-8109.

Niedeggen, M., Michael, L. & Hesselmann, G. (2012). Closing the gates to consciousness: Distractors activate a central inhibition process. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24(6), 1294-1304.

Ovadia-Caro, S., Nir, Y., Soddu, A., Ramot, M., Hesselmann, G., Vanhaudenhuyse, A., Dinstein, I., Tshibanda, J.-L., Boly, M., Harel, M., Laureys, S. & Malach, R. (2012). Decreased inter-hemispheric correlations in patients with disorders of consciousness: an fMRI study. PLOS One, 7(5), e37238.

Ovadia-Caro, S., Nir, Y., Soddu, A., Ramot, M., Hesselmann, G., Vanhaudenhuyse, A., Dinstein, I., Tshibanda, J.- F.- L., Boly, M., Harel, M., Laureys, S. & Malach, R. (2012). Reduction in inter-hemispheric connectivity in disorders of consciousness. PLOS One 7, 7(5), e37238.

Hesselmann, G., Flandin, G. & Dehaene, S. (2011). Probing the cortical network underlying the psychological refractory period: A combined EEG-fMRI study. NeuroImage, 56(3), 1608-1621.

Hesselmann, G., Hebart, M. & Malach, R. (2011). Differential BOLD activity associated with subjective and objective reports during "blindsight" in normal observers. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(36), 12936-12944.

Hesselmann, G. & Malach, R. (2011). The link between fMRI-BOLD activation and perceptual awareness is "stream-invariant" in the human visual system. Cerebral Cortex, 21(12), 2829-2837.

Michael, L., Hesselmann, G., Kiefer, M. & Niedeggen, M. (2011). Distractor-induced blindness for orientation changes and coherent motion. Vision Research, 51(15), 1781-1787.

Hesselmann, G., Sadaghiani, S., Friston, K. J. & Kleinschmidt, A. (2010). Predictive coding or evidence accumulation? False inference and neuronal fluctuations. PLoS ONE, 5(3), e9926.

Sadaghiani, S., Hesselmann, G., Friston, K.J. & Kleinschmidt, A. (2010). The relation of ongoing brain activity, evoked neural responses, and cognition. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 4, 1-14.

Hesselmann, G., Allan, J. L., Sahraie, A., Milders, M. & Niedeggen, M. (2009). Inhibition related reductions in coherent motion perception in the attention-induced motion blindness paradigm. Spatial Vision, 22, 493-509.

Hesselmann, G., Allan, J. L., Sahraie, A., Milders, M. & Niedeggen, M. (2009). Inhibition related impairments of coherent motion perception in the attention-induced motion blindness paradigm. Spatial Vision, 22(6), 493-509.

Sadaghiani, S., Hesselmann, G. & Kleinschmidt, A. (2009). Detection of near-threshold auditory stimuli depends on spontaneous activity in the default mode and dorsal attention networks. Journal of Neuroscience, 29, 13410-13417.

Hesselmann, G., Kell, C.A., Eger, E. & Kleinschmidt, A. (2008). Spontaneous local variations in ongoing neural activity bias perceptual decisions. PNAS, 105, 10984-10989.

Hesselmann, G., Kell, C.A. & Kleinschmidt, A. (2008). Ongoing activity fluctuations in hMT+ bias the perception of coherent visual motion. Journal of Neuroscience, 28, 14481-14485.

Alonso-Prieto, E., Barnikol, U. B., Palmero-Soler, E., Dolan, K., Hesselmann, G., Mohlberg, H., Amunts, K., Zilles, K., Niedeggen, M. & Tass, P. A. (2007). Timing of V1/ V2 and V5+ activations during coherent motion of dots: an MEG study. NeuroImage, 37, 1384-1395.

Hesselmann, G., Niedeggen, M., Sahraie, A. & Milders, M. (2006). Specifying the distractor inhibition account of attention-induced motion blindness. Vision Research, 46(6-7), 1048-1056.

Niedeggen, M., Hesselmann, G., Sahraie, A. & Milders, M. (2006). ERPs predict the appearance of visual stimuli in a temporal selection task. Brain Research, 1097, 205-215.

Hesselmann, G. (2005). Psychophysische und psychophysiologische Untersuchungen zur Wirkung von Distraktoren im Paradigma der experimentell induzierten Bewegungsblindheit (Attention-induced motion blindness). Dissertation, Universität, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Düsseldorf.

Niedeggen, M., Hesselmann, G., Sahraie, A., Milders, M. & Blakemore, C. (2004). Probing the prerequisites for motion blindness. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(4), 584-597.

Niedeggen, M., Sahraie, A., Hesselmann, G., Milders, M. & Blakemore, C. (2002). Is experimental motion blindness due to sensory suppression? An ERP approach. Cognitive Brain Research, 13, 241-247.

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