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K. Lukasova, J. Sommer, M. P. Nucci-da-Silva, G. Vieira, M. Blanke, F. Bremmer, J.R. Sato, T. Kircher, E. Amaro.
Test-retest reliability of fMRI activation generated by different saccade tasks.
J. Magn. Reson. Imaging 40(1): 37-46 doi: 10.1002/jmri.24369. Epub 2013 Nov 4

AP. Morris, F. Bremmer & B. Krekelberg
Eye-position signals in the dorsal visual system are accurate and precise short time-scales.
J. Neurosci. 33: 12395-12406 doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0576-13.2013

J. Knöll, M.C. Morrone & F. Bremmer
Spatio-temporal topography of saccadic overestimation of time.
Vision Research  83:56-65 doi: 10.1016/j.visres.2013.02.013.

F. Bremmer, A. Schlack, A. Kaminiarz & KP. Hoffmann
Encoding of movement in near extrapersonal space in primate area VIP.
Front. Behav. Neurosci. 7:8. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00008.


S. Marx, G. Respondek, M. Stamelou, S. Dowiasch S, J. Stoll, F. Bremmer, WH. Oertel, GU. Höglinger & W. Einhauser
Validation of mobile eye tracking as novel and efficient means for differentiating progressive supranuclear palsy from Parkinson’s disease.
Front. Behav. Neurosci. 6:88. doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2012.00088.

P. Binda, M.C. Morrone & F. Bremmer
Saccadic compression of symbolic numerical magnitude.
PLoS ONE 2012 7(11): e49587.

AP. Morris, M. Kubischik, KP. Hoffmann, B. Krekelberg & F. Bremmer
Dynamics of eye-position signals in the dorsal visual system.
Current Biology 2012 22: 1-7.

See also the dispatch by J. Schlag: Visuo-Motor Control: When the Brain Loses Track of the Eyes.
Current Biology 2012 22(4): R132-133.


Jonas Knöll, Paola Binda,M. Concetta Morrone & Frank Bremmer
Spatio-temporal profile of peri-saccadic contrast sensitivity.
Journal of Vision 2011 11(14),15: 1-12.

J. Billino, DI. Braun, F. Bremmer & KR. Gegenfurtner
Challenges to normal neural functioning provide insights into seperability of motion processing mechanisms.
Neuropsychologia 2011 49(12):3151-63.

T. Hartmann, F. Bremmer, T. Albright & B. Krekelberg
Receptive Field Positions in area MT during Slow Eye Movements.
Journal of Neuroscience 2011, 31(29):10437-10444.

A. von Hopffgarten & F. Bremmer
Self-motion reproduction can be affected by associated auditory cues.
Seeing and Perceiving 2011, 24(3): 203–222.

S. Klingenhöfer & F.Bremmer
Saccadic suppression of displacement in face of saccade adaptation.
Vision Research 2011 Apr 22;51(8):881-9.

S. Klauke, M. Goertz, S. Rein, D. Höhl, U. Thomas, R. Eckhorn, F.Bremmer & T. Wachtler
Stimulation with a wireless intraocular epiretinal implant elicits visual percepts in blind humans: Results from stimulation tests during the EPIRET3 prospective clinical trial.
Invest Ophth Vis Sci 2011 Jan 21;52(1):449-55.


K. Gegenfurthner, F.Bremmer, K. Fiehler, D. Henriques, R. Krautzlis
Vision Research special issue on "Perception and action".
Vision Research 2010 Dec;50(24):2617.

Multisensory space: From eye-movements to self motion.
J. Physiol. published 4 October 2010.

M. Blanke, L. Harsch, J. Knoell & F.Bremmer
Spatial perception during pursuit initiation.
Vision Research 2010 Dec;50(24):2714-20.

K. Koenigs & F. Bremmer
Localization of visual and auditory stimuli during smooth pursuit eye movements.
Journal of Vision 10(8):8, 2010.

T. Teichert, S. Klingenhoefer, T. Wachtler & F. Bremmer
Perisaccadic shift as optimal percept.
Journal of Vision 10(8):19, 2010.

F. Bremmer, M. Kubishik, M. Pekel, K.P. Hoffmann & M. Lappe
Visual selectivity for heading in monkey area MST.
Exp Brain Res., 200(1):51-60, 2010.


A. Kaminiarz, K. Königs & F. Bremmer
Task influences on the dynamic properties of fast eye movements.
Journal of Vision, 9(13):1, 1-11, 2009.

F. Bremmer, M. Kubischik, K.-P. Hoffmann & B. Krekelberg
Neural dynamics of saccadic suppression.
Journal of Neuroscience, 29(40):12374-83, 2009.

R. Kleiser, C.S. Konen, R.J. Seitz & F. Bremmer
I know where you will look: An fMRI study of oculomotor intention and a change of motor plan.
Behav. Brain Funct., 5:27, 2009.

S. Klingenhoefer & F. Bremmer
Perisaccadic localization of auditory stimuli.
Exp. Brain Res., 198(2-3):411-23, 2009.

J. Billino, D. I. Braun, K.-D. Böhm, F. Bremmer & K. R. Gegenfurtner
Cortical Networks for Motion Processing: Effects of Focal Brain Lesions on Perception of Different Motion Types.
Neuropsychologia, 47: 2133–2144, 2009. 

A. Kaminiarz, K. Koenigs & F. Bremmer
The main sequence of human optokinetic afternystagmus (OKAN).
J Neurophysiol., 101: 2889-2897, 2009. 

K.-P. Hoffmann, F. Bremmer & C. Distler
Visual response properties of neurons in cortical areas MT and MST projecting to the dorsolateral pontine nucleus or the nucleus of the optic tract in macaque monkeys
Eur.J.Neurosci. 29(2): 411-423, 2009.


T. Teichert, S. Klingenhoefer, T. Wachtler & F. Bremmer
Depth perception during saccades
Journal of Vision, 8(14): 27.1-13, 2008.

M. Wittenberg, F. Bremmer & T. Wachtler
Perceptual evidence for saccadic updating of color stimuli
Journal of Vision, 8(14):9, 1-9

J. Billino, F. Bremmer & K. R. Gegenfurtner
Motion Processing at Low Light Levels: Differential Effects on the Perception of Specific Motion Types
Journal of Vision, 8(3):14.1-10

J. Billino, F. Bremmer & K. R. Gegenfurtner
Differential Aging of Motion Processing Mechanisms: Evidence Against General Perceptual Decline
Vision Research, 48(10):1254-61

F. Bremmer
Visual Neuroscience: The Brains Interest in Natural Flow
Current Biology, 18(6):R263-5

A. Kaminiarz, B. Krekelberg & F. Bremmer
Expansion of visual space during optokinetic afternystagmus (OKAN)
J.Neurophysiol. 99(5):2470-8


Teichert T., Wachtler T., Gail A., Eckhorn R.
Scale-invariance of receptive field properties in primary visual cortex.
BMC Neuroscience 8(1):38.

Wachtler T., Doi E., Lee T.-W., Sejnowski T.J.
Cone selectivity derived from the responses of the cone mosaic to natural scenes.
Journal of Vision 7(8):6, 1-14.

Kaminiarz, A., Krekelberg, B. & Bremmer, F.
Localization of visual targets during optokinetic eye movements
Vision Res. 47: 869-878.

Königs K., Knöll J. and Bremmer F.
Localization of auditory targets during optokinetic nystagmus
Perception, 36: 1507 - 1512.

Konen C. S., Kleiser R., Bremmer F. & Seitz R. J.
Different corticalactivations during visuospatial attention and the intention to perform asaccade
Exp.Brain.Res. 182(3):333-341.

Al-Shaikhli B., Wachtler T., Eckhorn R.
Inhomogeneous retino-cortical mapping is supported and stabilized with correlation-learning during self-motion.
Biosystems, 89:264-272.

Zwickel T., Wachtler T., Eckhorn R.
Coding the presence of visual objects in a recurrent neural network model of visual cortex.
Biosystems, 89:216-226.


Michler F., Wachtler T., Eckhorn R.
Adaptive feedback inhibition improves pattern learning by reducing overlap of input stimuli.
Lect Notes in Art Int 4087:2132


A. Schlack, S. Sterbing d'Angelo, K. Hartung, K.-P. Hoffmann &  F. Bremmer
Multisensory Space Representations in the Macaque Ventral Intraparietal Area (VIP)
J.Neurosci., 25(18): 4616 – 4625, 2005

F. Bremmer
Navigation in space – The role of the macaque ventral intraparietal area (VIP) 
J. Physiol., 566: 29 - 35, 2005

C.S. Konen, R. Kleiser, H.-J. Wittsack, F. Bremmer & R.J. Seitz
An fMRI study of optokinetic nystagmus and smooth pursuit eye movements in humans
Exp. Brain Res., 165(2): 203 – 216, 2005

F. Bremmer
What's next - Sequential movement encoding in primary motor cortex
Neuron, 45(6): 819 - 821, 2005

Wachtler T.
Interindividual variation in human color categories: Evidence against srong influence of language.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28:510


C.S. Konen, R. Kleiser, H. J. Wittsack, F. Bremmer & R.J. Seitz
The encoding of saccadic eye movements within human posterior parietal cortex
Neuroimage, 22 (1): 304 - 314, 2004

F. Bremmer, A. Schlack, W. Graf & J.R. Duhamel
Multisensory self-motion encoding in parietal cortex
Visual Cognition, 11: 161 - 172, 2004

Bruns A, Eckhorn R
Task-related coupling from high- to low-frequency signals among visual cortical areas in human subdural recordings
International Journal of Psychophysiology (2004) 51:97-116

Bruns A
Fourier-, Hilbert- and wavelet-based signal analysis: are they really different approaches?
Journal of Neuroscience Methods (2004) 137:321-332

Gail A, Brinksmeyer HJ, and Eckhorn R
Perception-related modulations of local field potential power and coherence in primary visual cortex of awake monkey during binocular rivalry
Cerebral Cortex (2004) 14:300-313

Eckhorn R, Gail A, Bruns A, Gabriel A, Al-Shaikhli B, Saam M
Neural mechanisms of visual associative processing
Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis (2004) 64:239-252

Wachtler T, Dohrmann U, Hertel R
Modeling color percepts of dichromats
Vision Research (2004) 44:2843-2855

Schwartz O, Movellan JR, Wachtler T, Albright TD, Sejnowski TJ
Spike count distributions, factorizability, and contextual effects in area V1
Neurocomputing (2004) 58-60:893-900

Eckhorn R, Gail AM, Bruns A, Gabriel A, Al-Shaikhli B, Saam M
Different Types of Signal Coupling in the Visual Cortex Related to Neural Mechanisms of Associative Processing and Perception
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks (2004) 15:1039-1052


B. Krekelberg, S. Dannenberg, K.P.-Hoffmann, F. Bremmer & J.Ross
Neural correlates of implied motion
Nature, 424: 674-677, 2003

A. Schlack, K.-P. Hoffmann & F. Bremmer
Selectivity of macaque ventral intraparietal area (area VIP) for smooth pursuit eye movements
J.Physiol., 551: 551-561, 2003

H. Frenz, F. Bremmer & M. Lappe
Discrimination of travel distances from ’situated’ optic flow
Vision Research, 43(20): 2173-2183, 2003

F. Bremmer & B. Krekelberg
Seeing and acting at the same time: challenges for brain (and) research
Neuron, 38(3): 367-370, 2003

B. Krekelberg, M. Kubischik, K.-P. Hoffmann & F. Bremmer
Neural correlates of visual localization and perisaccadic mislocalization
Neuron, 37(3):537 - 545, 2003

Gail A, Brinksmeyer HJ, Eckhorn R
Simultaneous mapping ov binocular and moncular receptive fields in awake monkeys for calibrating eye alignment in a dichoptical setup
Journal of Neuroscience Methods (2003) 126:41-56

Wachtler T, Sejnowski TJ, and Albright TD
Representation of color stimuli in awake macaque primary visual cortex
Neuron (2003) 37:681-691

Gabriel A, Eckhorn R
A multi-channel corelation method detects traveling gamma-waves in monkey visual cortex
Journal of Neuroscience Methods (2003) 131:171-184

Movellan JR, Wachtler T, Albright TD, Sejnowski T
Morton-style factorial coding of color in primary visual cortex
NIPS (2003) 15:205-212

Wilms M, Eger M, Schanze Th, and Eckhorn R
Visual resolution with epi-retinal electrical stimulation estimated from activation profiles in cat visual cortex
Visual Neuroscience (2003) 20:543-555

Doi E, Inui T, Lee T-W, Wachtler T, Sejnowski TJ
Spatio-chromatic receptive field properties derived from information-theoretic analyses of cone mosaic responses to natural scenes
Neural Computation (2003) 15:397-417


F. Bremmer, J.-R. Duhamel, S. Ben Hamed & W. Graf
Heading encoding in the macaque ventral intraparietal area (VIP)
Eur.J.Neurosci., 16(8): 1554 - 1568, 2002

F. Bremmer, S. Ben Hamed, J.-R. Duhamel & W. Graf
Visual-vestibular interactive responses in the macaque ventral intraparietal area (VIP)
Eur.J.Neurosci., 16(8): 1569 - 1586, 2002

A. Schlack, K.-P. Hoffmann & F. Bremmer
Interaction of linear vestibular and visual stimulation in the macaque ventral intraparietal area (VIP)
Eur.J.Neurosci., 16(10): 1877-86, 2002

S. Ben Hamed, J.-R. Duhamel, F. Bremmer, & W. Graf
Visual receptive field modulation in the lateral intraparietal area during attentive fixation and free gaze
Cereb.Cortex 12: 234-245, 2002

K.-P. Hoffmann, F. Bremmer, A. Thiele, & C. Distler
Directional asymmetry of neurons in cortical areas MT and MST projecting to the NOT-DTN in macaques
J.Neurophysiol. 87: 2113-2123, 2002

Kremper A, Schanze T, Eckhorn R
Classification of neural signals by a generalized correlation classifier based o radial basis functions
Journal of Neuroscience Methods (2002) 116:179-187

Eger M, and Eckhorn R
A model-bsed approach for the analysis of neuronal information transmission in multiinput and -output systems
Journal of Computational Neuroscience (2002) 12:175-200

Eger M, and Eckhorn R
A model-based approach for the analysis of neuronal information transmission in multi-input and -output systems
Journal of Computational Neuroscience (2002) 12:175-200

Lee T-W, Wachtler T, Sejnowski TJ
Color opponency is an efficient representation of spectral properties in natural scenes
Vision Research (2002) 42:2095-2103

Woelbern T, Eckhorn R, Frien A, and Bauer R
Perceptual grouping correlates with short synchronization in monkey prestriate cortex
NeuroReport (2002) 13:1881-1886

Eger M, and Eckhorn R
Assessing the encoding of stimulus attributes with rapid sequences of stimulus events
Journal of Computational Neuroscience (2002) 13:207-216

Kupper R and Eckhorn R
A neural mechanism for viewing-distance-invariance
Dynamic Perception, infix, 2002 (2002) :277-282

Brinksmeyer HJ, Michler F, Gail A, and Eckhorn R
Stimulus sensitivity in monkey visual cortex is modulated by viewing distance while spatial frequency tuning and receptive field size are not
Dynamic Perzeption (2002) :209-214

Eger M, Eckhorn R
Quantification of sensory information transmission using timeseries decorrelation techniques
BioSystems (2002) 67:55-65


S. Ben Hamed, F. Bremmer, W. Graf &  J.-R. Duhamel 
The visual representation in the lateral intraparietal area LIP of macaque monkeys: a quantitative receptive field analysis
Exp. Brain Res., 140(2): 127-144, 2001

F. Bremmer
Perception of inferred action
Neuron, 31(1): 6-7, 2001

B. Krekelberg, M. Paolini, F. Bremmer, M. Lappe & K.-P. Hoffmann
Deconstructing the receptive field: information coding in macaque area MST
Neurocomputing, 38: 249-254, 2001

F. Bremmer, A. Schlack, J.-R. Duhamel, W. Graf , G.R. Fink
Space coding in primate posterior parietal cortex
NeuroImage, 14: 46-51, 2001

F. Bremmer, A. Schlack, N.J. Shah, O. Zafiris, M. Kubischik, K.-P. Hoffmann, K. Zilles, G.R. Fink
Polymodal motion processing in posterior parietal and premotor cortex: a human fMRI study strongly implies equivalencies between humans and monkeys
Neuron, 29(1): 287-296, 2001

Eckhorn R, Stett A, Schanze T, Gekeler F, Schwahn H, Zrenner E, Wilms M, Eger M, Hesse L
Physiologische Funktionspruefungen von Retina-Implantaten an Tiermodellen
Ophthalmologe (2001) 89:369-375

Eckhorn R, Bruns A, Saam M, Gail A, Gabriel A, and Brinskmeyer HJ
Flexible cortical gamma-band correlations suggest neural principles of visual processing
Visual Cognition (2001) 8:519-530

Eckhorn, Reinhard
Neural principles of preattentive scene segmentation: Hints from cortical recordings, related models, and perception
Models of Neural Networks IV (2001) :183-216

Wachtler T, Albright TD, Sejnowski TJ
Nonlocal interactions in color perception: Nonlinear processing of chromatic signals from remote inducers
Vision Research (2001) 41:1535-1546

Lee T-W, Wachtler T, Sejnowski TJ
Color opponency constitutes a sparse representation for the chromatic structure of natural scenes
NIPS (2001) 13:866-872

Wachtler T, Lee T-W, Sejnowski TJ
Chromatic structure of natural scenes
Journal of the Optical Society of America A (2001) 18:65-77


M. Paolini, C. Distler, F. Bremmer, M. Lappe and K.-P. Hoffmann
Responses to continuously changing optic flow in area MST
J. Neurophysiol., 84: 730 – 784, 2000

F. Bremmer
Eye position effects in macaque area V4
NeuroReport, 11(6): 1277-1283, 2000

F. Bremmer, W. Graf, S. Ben Hamed &. J. - R. Duhamel
Stages of optic flow processing in the primate visual cortex
International Rev. Neurobiology, 44: 173-193, 2000

Bruns A, Eckhorn R, Jokeit H, Ebner A
Amplitude envelope correlation detects coupling among incoherent brain signals
NeuroReport (2000) 11:1509-1514

Eckhorn R
Cortical synchronization suggests neural principles of visual feature grouping
Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis (2000) 60:261-269

Frien A, Eckhorn R
Functional coupling shows stronger stimulus dependency for fast oscillations than tor low-frequency components in striate cortex of awake monkey
European Journal of Neuroscience (2000) 12:1466-1478

Frien A, Eckhorn R, Bauer R, Woelbern T, Gabriel A
Fast oscillations display sharper orientation tuning than slower components of the same recordings in striate cortex of the awake monkey
European Journal of Neuroscience (2000) 12:1453-1465

Gail A, Brinksmeyer H-J, Eckhorn R
Contour decouples gamma activity across texture representation in monkey striate cortex
Cerebral Cortex (2000) 10:840-850

Saam M, Eckhorn R
Lateral spike conduction velocity in the visual cortex affects spatial range of synchronization and receptive field size without visual experience: A learning model with spiking neurons
Biological Cybernetics (2000) 83:1-9

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