Thomas Dierks
Thomas Dierks
University of Bern, Switzerland
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Activation of Heschl’s gyrus during auditory hallucinations
T Dierks, DEJ Linden, M Jandl, E Formisano, R Goebel, H Lanfermann, ...
Neuron 22 (3), 615-621, 1999
Activation of Heschls gyrus during auditory hallucinations.
DEJ Linden, T Dierks, M Jandl, E Formisano, R Goebel, H Lanfermann, ...
Pathways that make voices: white matter changes in auditory hallucinations
D Hubl, T Koenig, W Strik, A Federspiel, R Kreis, C Boesch, SE Maier, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 61 (7), 658-668, 2004
The functional neuroanatomy of target detection: an fMRI study of visual and auditory oddball tasks
DEJ Linden, D Prvulovic, E Formisano, M Völlinger, FE Zanella, R Goebel, ...
Cerebral Cortex 9 (8), 815-823, 1999
Decreased EEG synchronization in Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment
T Koenig, L Prichep, T Dierks, D Hubl, LO Wahlund, ER John, V Jelic
Neurobiology of aging 26 (2), 165-171, 2005
Discrimination of Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment by equivalent EEG sources: a cross-sectional and longitudinal study
C Huang, LO Wahlund, T Dierks, P Julin, B Winblad, V Jelic
Clinical Neurophysiology 111 (11), 1961-1967, 2000
Functional imbalance of visual pathways indicates alternative face processing strategies in autism
D Hubl, S Bölte, S Feineis–Matthews, H Lanfermann, A Federspiel, ...
Neurology 61 (9), 1232-1237, 2003
Spatial pattern of cerebral glucose metabolism (PET) correlates with localization of intracerebral EEG-generators in Alzheimer's disease
T Dierks, V Jelic, RD Pascual-Marqui, LO Wahlund, P Julin, DEJ Linden, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 111 (10), 1817-1824, 2000
Clinical efficacy of Ginkgo biloba special extract EGb 761 in dementia of the Alzheimer type
K Maurer, R Ihl, T Dierks, L Frölich
Journal of Psychiatric Research 31 (6), 645-655, 1997
Application and comparison of classification algorithms for recognition of Alzheimer's disease in electrical brain activity (EEG)
C Lehmann, T Koenig, V Jelic, L Prichep, RE John, LO Wahlund, Y Dodge, ...
Journal of neuroscience methods 161 (2), 342-350, 2007
Functional imaging of visuospatial processing in Alzheimer's disease
D Prvulovic, D Hubl, AT Sack, L Melillo, K Maurer, L Frölich, ...
Neuroimage 17 (3), 1403-1414, 2002
BOLD correlates of EEG alpha phase-locking and the fMRI default mode network
K Jann, T Dierks, C Boesch, M Kottlow, W Strik, T Koenig
Neuroimage 45 (3), 903-916, 2009
Facial affect recognition training in autism: can we animate the fusiform gyrus?
S Bölte, D Hubl, S Feineis-Matthews, D Prvulovic, T Dierks, F Poustka
Behavioral neuroscience 120 (1), 211, 2006
The development and evaluation of a computer-based program to test and to teach the recognition of facial affect
S Bölte, S Feineis-Matthews, S Leber, T Dierks, D Hubl, F Poustka
International Journal of Circumpolar Health 61, 2002
Structural plasticity in the language system related to increased second language proficiency
M Stein, A Federspiel, T Koenig, M Wirth, W Strik, R Wiest, D Brandeis, ...
Cortex 48 (4), 458-465, 2012
Differential validity of psychometric tests in dementia of the Alzheimer type
R Ihl, L Frölich, T Dierks, EM Martin, K Maurer
Psychiatry research 44 (2), 93-106, 1992
Topographic electrophysiological signatures of FMRI resting state networks
K Jann, M Kottlow, T Dierks, C Boesch, T Koenig
PLoS One 5 (9), e12945, 2010
The spatiotemporal pattern of auditory cortical responses during verbal hallucinations
VG van de Ven, E Formisano, CH Röder, D Prvulovic, RA Bittner, ...
Neuroimage 27 (3), 644-655, 2005
Tracking the mind's image in the brain II: transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals parietal asymmetry in visuospatial imagery
AT Sack, JM Sperling, D Prvulovic, E Formisano, R Goebel, F Di Salle, ...
Neuron 35 (1), 195-204, 2002
Dementia of the Alzheimer type: effects on the spontaneous EEG described by dipole sources
T Dierks, R Ihl, L Frölich, K Maurer
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 50 (3), 151-162, 1993
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