Christoph Bledowski
Christoph Bledowski
Institute of Medical Psychology, Goethe University Frankfurt
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Localizing P300 generators in visual target and distractor processing: a combined event-related potential and functional magnetic resonance imaging study
C Bledowski, D Prvulovic, K Hoechstetter, M Scherg, M Wibral, R Goebel, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (42), 9353-9360, 2004
5312004
Attentional systems in target and distractor processing: a combined ERP and fMRI study
C Bledowski, D Prvulovic, R Goebel, FE Zanella, DEJ Linden
Neuroimage 22 (2), 530-540, 2004
2962004
Common neural substrates for visual working memory and attention
JS Mayer, RA Bittner, D Nikolić, C Bledowski, R Goebel, DEJ Linden
Neuroimage 36 (2), 441-453, 2007
1962007
Mental chronometry of working memory retrieval: a combined functional magnetic resonance imaging and event-related potentials approach
C Bledowski, KC Kadosh, M Wibral, B Rahm, RA Bittner, K Hoechstetter, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (3), 821-829, 2006
1552006
Basic operations in working memory: contributions from functional imaging studies
C Bledowski, J Kaiser, B Rahm
Behavioural brain research 214 (2), 172-179, 2010
1242010
What “works” in working memory? Separate systems for selection and updating of critical information
C Bledowski, B Rahm, JB Rowe
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (43), 13735-13741, 2009
1182009
Processing of location and pattern changes of natural sounds in the human auditory cortex
CF Altmann, C Bledowski, M Wibral, J Kaiser
Neuroimage 35 (3), 1192-1200, 2007
1092007
Neural correlates of chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment
J Kaiser, C Bledowski, J Dietrich
Cortex 54, 33-50, 2014
1032014
The timing of feedback to early visual cortex in the perception of long-range apparent motion
M Wibral, C Bledowski, A Kohler, W Singer, L Muckli
Cerebral cortex 19 (7), 1567-1582, 2009
622009
Visual target modulation of functional connectivity networks revealed by self‐organizing group ICA
V van de Ven, C Bledowski, D Prvulovic, R Goebel, E Formisano, ...
Human brain mapping 29 (12), 1450-1461, 2008
402008
Activity in human visual and parietal cortex reveals object-based attention in working memory
B Peters, J Kaiser, B Rahm, C Bledowski
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (8), 3360-3369, 2015
342015
Superior intraparietal sulcus controls the variability of visual working memory precision
EMG Weber, B Peters, T Hahn, C Bledowski, CJ Fiebach
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (20), 5623-5635, 2016
282016
Decomposition of working memory-related scalp ERPs: crossvalidation of fMRI-constrained source analysis and ICA
M Wibral, G Turi, DEJ Linden, J Kaiser, C Bledowski
International journal of psychophysiology 67 (3), 200-211, 2008
272008
At your own peril: an ERP study of voluntary task set selection processes in the medial frontal cortex
BU Forstmann, KR Ridderinkhof, J Kaiser, C Bledowski
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 7 (4), 286-296, 2007
272007
Combining electrophysiology and functional imaging–different methods for different questions
C Bledowski, DEJ Linden, M Wibral
Trends in cognitive sciences 11 (12), 500-502, 2007
202007
fMRI characterization of visual working memory recognition
B Rahm, J Kaiser, JM Unterrainer, J Simon, C Bledowski
NeuroImage 90, 413-422, 2014
192014
Separable neural bases for subprocesses of recognition in working memory
C Bledowski, J Kaiser, M Wibral, K Yildiz-Erzberger, B Rahm
Cerebral Cortex 22 (8), 1950-1958, 2012
182012
Two types of serial dependence in visual working memory
S Czoschke, C Fischer, J Beitner, J Kaiser, C Bledowski
British Journal of Psychology 110 (2), 256-267, 2019
112019
Integration of separately recorded EEG/MEG and fMRI data
M Wibral, C Bledowski, G Turi
Simultaneous EEG and fMRI: recording, analysis, and application (Ullsperger …, 2010
112010
Recurrence of task set-related MEG signal patterns during auditory working memory
B Peters, C Bledowski, M Rieder, J Kaiser
Brain research 1640, 232-242, 2016
92016
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