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Liste der Publikationen seit 2011

Gutz, L., Küpper, C., Renneberg, B., & Niedeggen, M. (2011) Processing social participation: An ERP study. NeuroReport, 22, 453-458.

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

Wojtecki, L., Elben, S., Timmermann, L., Reck, C., Maarouf, M., Jörgens, S., Ploner, M., Südmeyer, M., Groiss, S.J., Sturm, V., Niedeggen, M., & Schnitzler, A. (2011): Modulation of human time processing by subthalamic deep brain stimulation. PLoS One, 6, e24589.

Niedeggen, M., Hesselmann, G., & Michael L. (2012): Closing the gates to consciousness: Cumulative frontal negativity is related to distractor-induced blindness. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24(6), 1294-1304.

Weschke, S. & Niedeggen, M. (2012): Effects of moderate alcohol consumption on visual contrast and motion processing. Psychophysiology, 49(6), 833-841.

Kiefer, M., Ansorge, U., Haynes, J.D., Hamker, F., Mattler, U., Verleger, R., & Niedeggen., M. (2011) „Neuro-cognitive mechanisms of conscious and unconscious visual perception: From a plethora of phenomena to general principles.” Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 7, 55-67.

Michael, L., Kiefer, M., & Niedeggen, M. (2012): „The influence of distracter and target features on distracter induced blindness”. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 8(1), 62-69.

Verleger, R. Smigasiewicz, K., Michael, L., & Niedeggen., M. (2012) „Effects of premature lure stimuli on 2nd target identification in rapid serial visual presentation: Inhibition induced by lures or by the 1st target?”. Psychophysiology, 49(9), 1254-65.

Mehnert, J., Brunetti, M., Steinbrink, J., Niedeggen, M. & Dohle, C. (2013): Effect of the mirror illusion on activation in precuneus assessed with near-infrared spectroscopy. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 18(6).

Weschke, S. & Niedeggen, M. (2013): The effect of the physical presence of co-players on perceived ostracism and event-related brain potentials in the Cyberball paradigm. PLOS One, 8(8).

Ulm, L., Wohlrapp, D., Meinzer, M., Steinicke, R., Schatz, A., Denzler, P., Klehmet, J., Dohle, C., Niedeggen, M., Meisel, A:, Winter, Y. (2012). A Circle-Monitor for computerised assessment of visual neglect in peripersonal space. PlosOne. 8(2),

Niedeggen, M., Sarauli, N., Cacciola, S., Weschke, S. (2014):Are there benefits of social overinclusion? Behvaioral and ERP effects in the cyberball paradigm. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Nov (19).

Gutz L, Renneberg B, Roepke S, Niedeggen M. (2015). Neural processing of social participation in borderline personality disorder and social anxiety disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 124(2), 421-431.

Niedeggen M, Busch NA, Winther GN. (2015). The state of a central inhibition system predicts access to visual targets: An ERP study on distractor-induced blindness (DIB). Consciousness and Cognition (ePub ahead)

Ebner C, Schroll H, Winther G, Niedeggen M, Hamker FH. (2015). Open and closed cortico-subcortical loops: A neuro-computational account of access to consciousness in the distractor-induced blindness paradigm. Consciousness and Cognition (ePub ahead)

Breitmeyer B, Kiefer M, & Niedeggen M (2015). Exploring the visual (un)consciousness. Consciouness and Cognition (ePub ahead).

Weschke S, & Niedeggen (2015). ERP effects and perceived exclusion in the Cyberball paradigm: Correlates of expectancy violation? Brain Research (ePub ahead).

Brunetti M., Morkisch N., Fritzsch C., Mehnert J., Steinbrink, J., Niedeggen, M., & Dohle, C. (2015). Potential determinants of efficacy of mirror therapy in stroke patients - A pilot study. Restortative Neurology and Neuroscience. (accepted).