Elinor Tzvi
Elinor Tzvi
Postdoctoral research fellow, Department of Neurology, University of Leipzig
Verified email at medizin.uni-leipzig.de
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Delineating the cortico-striatal-cerebellar network in implicit motor sequence learning
E Tzvi, TF Münte, UM Krämer
Neuroimage 94, 222-230, 2014
Frontal and motor cortex contributions to response inhibition: evidence from electrocorticography
YM Fonken, JW Rieger, E Tzvi, NE Crone, E Chang, J Parvizi, RT Knight, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 115 (4), 2224-2236, 2016
Striatal–cerebellar networks mediate consolidation in a motor sequence learning task: an fMRI study using dynamic causal modelling
E Tzvi, A Stoldt, K Witt, UM Krämer
Neuroimage 122, 52-64, 2015
Temporal dynamics of proactive and reactive motor inhibition
M Liebrand, I Pein, E Tzvi, UM Krämer
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 204, 2017
Ready for change: Oscillatory mechanisms of proactive motor control
M Liebrand, J Kristek, E Tzvi, UM Krämer
PloS one 13 (5), e0196855, 2018
Reduced alpha-gamma phase amplitude coupling over right parietal cortex is associated with implicit visuomotor sequence learning
E Tzvi, R Verleger, TF Münte, UM Krämer
NeuroImage 141, 60-70, 2016
Cerebellar degeneration affects cortico-cortical connectivity in motor learning networks
E Tzvi, C Zimmermann, R Bey, TF Münte, M Nitschke, UM Krämer
NeuroImage: Clinical 16, 66-78, 2017
Cerebellar–Premotor cortex interactions underlying visuomotor adaptation
E Tzvi, F Koeth, AN Karabanov, HR Siebner, UM Krämer
NeuroImage 220, 117142, 2020
Alpha-gamma phase amplitude coupling subserves information transfer during perceptual sequence learning
E Tzvi, LJ Bauhaus, TU Kessler, M Liebrand, M Wöstmann, UM Krämer
Neurobiology of learning and memory 149, 107-117, 2018
Beneficial effects of cerebellar tDCS on motor learning are associated with altered putamen-cerebellar connectivity: a simultaneous tDCS-fMRI study
M Liebrand, A Karabanov, D Antonenko, A Flöel, HR Siebner, J Classen, ...
NeuroImage 223, 117363, 2020
A surface ECG-based algorithm to determine the atrial refractoriness of rodents during electrophysiological study
Y Zigel, M Mor, E Tzvi, V Tsviling, O Gil, A Katz, Y Etzion
Cardiovascular Engineering and Technology 2 (4), 388-398, 2011
Cerebello-striatal interaction mediates effects of subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation in Parkinson's disease
H Hanssen, J Steinhardt, A Münchau, A Al-Zubaidi, E Tzvi, M Heldmann, ...
Parkinsonism & related disorders 67, 99-104, 2019
Mini-review: The Role of the Cerebellum in Visuomotor Adaptation
E Tzvi, S Loens, O Donchin
The Cerebellum, 1-8, 2021
Motor learning deficits in cervical dystonia point to defective basal ganglia circuitry
S Loens, J Verrel, VM Herrmann, A Kienzle, E Tzvi, A Weissbach, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-9, 2021
Cerebellar rTMS and PAS effectively induce cerebellar plasticity
MG Pauly, A Steinmeier, C Bolte, F Hamami, E Tzvi, A Münchau, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-13, 2021
P195 Cerebellar alpha transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) leads to motor learning deficits and modulation of oscillatory alpha power
C Schubert, A Dabbagh, J Classen, E Tzvi
Clinical Neurophysiology 131 (4), e125-e126, 2020
Motor sequence learning deficits in idiopathic Parkinsons disease are associated with increased substantia nigra activity
E Tzvi, R Bey, M Nitschke, N Brueggemann, J Classen, TF Muente, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
The role of alpha oscillations in a premotor-cerebellar loop in modulation of motor learning: insights from transcranial alternating current stimulation
C Schubert, A Dabbagh, J Classen, UM Krämer, E Tzvi
bioRxiv, 2020
P20 Effects of post-training transcranial direct current stimulation on motor consolidation and oscillatory activity in the motor consolidation network: a resting-state EEG study
A Dabbagh, E Tzvi, J Classen, JJ Rumpf
Clinical Neurophysiology 130 (8), e155-e156, 2019
Abnormal cerebellar learning in cervical dystonia
T Baeumer, E Tzvi, J Junker, J Verrel, S Loens
MOVEMENT DISORDERS 33, S345-S345, 2018
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