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2009
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Haynes, J.-D.: Decoding visual consciousness from human brain signals. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 13 (5), S. 194 - 202 (2009)
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Bode, S.; Haynes, J.-D.: Decoding sequential stages of task preparation in the human brain. NeuroImage 45 (2), S. 606 - 613 (2009)
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Bengtsson, S. L.; Haynes, J.-D.; Sakai, K.; Buckley, M. J.; Passingham, R. E.: The representation of abstract task rules in the human prefrontal cortex. Cerebral Cortex 19 (8), S. 1929 - 1936 (2009)
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Corney, D.; Haynes, J.-D.; Rees, G. E.; Lotto, R. B.: The brightness of colour. PLoS One 4 (3), S. e5091 (2009)
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Howard, J. D.; Plailly, J.; Grüschow, M.; Haynes, J.-D.; Gottfried, J. A.: Odor quality coding and categorization in human posterior piriform cortex. Nature Neuroscience 12 (7), S. 932 - 938 (2009)
2008
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Bles, M.; Haynes, J.-D.: Detecting concealed information using brain-imaging technology. Neurocase 14 (1), S. 82 - 92 (2008)
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Eger, E.; Ashburner, J.; Haynes, J.-D.; Dolan, R. J.; Rees, G.: FMRI activity patterns in human LOC carry information about object exemplars within category. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (2), S. 356 - 370 (2008)
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Haynes, J.-D.: Detecting deception from neuroimaging signals - a data-driven perspective. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 12 (4), S. 126 - 127; author reply 127 (2008)
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Soon, C. S.; Brass, M.; Heinze, H.-J.; Haynes, J.-D.: Unconscious determinants of free decisions in the human brain. Nature Neuroscience 11 (5), S. 543 - 545 (2008)
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Sterzer, P.; Haynes, J.-D.; Rees, G.: Fine-scale activity patterns in high-level visual areas encode the category of invisible objects. Journal of Vision 8 (15), S. 1 - 12 (2008)
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Sumner, P.; Anderson, E. J.; Sylvester, R.; Haynes, J.-D.; Rees, G.: Combined orientation and colour information in human V1 for both L-M and S-cone chromatic axes. NeuroImage 39 (2), S. 814 - 824 (2008)
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Wright, N. D.; Mechelli, A.; Noppeney, U.; Veltman, D. J.; Rombouts, S. A. R. B.; Glensman, J.; Haynes, J.-D.; Price, C. J.: Selective activation around the left occipito-temporal sulcus for words relative to pictures: Individual variability or false positives? Human Brain Mapping 29 (8), S. 986 - 1000 (2008)
2007
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Haynes, J.-D.: Wissenschaftliches „Gedankenlesen“ mithilfe von Gehirnbildern? Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Jahrbuch 2007 (2007)
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Haynes, J.-D.; Sakai, K.; Rees, G.; Gilbert, S.; Frith, C.; Passingham, R. E.: Reading hidden intentions in the human brain. Current Biology 17 (4), S. 323 - 328 (2007)
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Weil, R. S.; Kilner, J. M.; Haynes, J.-D.; Rees, G.: Neural correlates of perceptual filling-in of an artificial scotoma in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 104 (12), S. 5211 - 5216 (2007)
2006
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Haynes, J.-D.; Rees, G.: Decoding mental states from brain activity in humans. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 7 (7), S. 523 - 534 (2006)
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Ruff, C. C.; Blankenburg, F.; Bjoertomt, O.; Bestmann, S.; Freeman, E.; Haynes, J.-D.; Rees, G.; Josephs, O.; Deichmann, R.; Driver, J.: Concurrent TMS-fMRI and psychophysics reveal frontal influences on human retinotopic visual cortex. Current Biology 16 (15), S. 1479 - 1488 (2006)
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Sterzer, P.; Haynes, J.-D.; Rees, G.: Primary visual cortex activation on the path of apparent motion is mediated by feedback from hMT+/V5. NeuroImage 32 (3), S. 1308 - 1316 (2006)
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Watkins, S.; Shams, L.; Tanaka, S.; Haynes, J.-D.; Rees, G.: Sound alters activity in human V1 in association with illusory visual perception. NeuroImage 31 (3), S. 1247 - 1256 (2006)
2005
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Haynes, J.-D.; Deichmann, R.; Rees, G. E.: Eye-specific suppression in human LGN reflects perceptual dominance during binocular rivalry. Nature 438, S. 496 - 499 (2005)
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