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Journal Article (43)

  1. 2001
    Journal Article
    Wobst, P.; Wenzel, R.; Kohl, M.; Obrig, H.; Villringer, A.: Linear Aspects of Changes in Deoxygenated Hemoglobin Concentration and Cytochrome Oxidase Oxidation during Brain Activation. NeuroImage 13, pp. 520 - 530 (2001)
  2. 2000
    Journal Article
    Obrig, H.; Wenzel, R.; Kohl, M.; Horst, S.; Wobst, P.; Steinbrink, J.; Thomas, F.; Villringer, A.: Near-infrared spectroscopy: does it function in functional activation studies of the adult brain? International Journal of Psychophysiology 35 (2-3), pp. 125 - 142 (2000)
  3. Journal Article
    Wenzel, R.; Wobst, P.; Heekeren, H.; Kwong, K. K.; Brandt, S. A.; Kohl, M.; Obrig, H.; Dirnagl, U.; Villringer, A.: Saccadic suppression induces focal hypooxygenation in the occipital cortex. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 20, pp. 1103 - 1110 (2000)

Book Chapter (4)

  1. 2010
    Book Chapter
    Ritter, P.; Becker, R.; Freyer, F.; Villringer, A.: EEG quality: The image acquisition artefact. In: EEG-fMRI: Physiological Basis, Technique, and Applications, pp. 153 - 171 (Eds. Mulert, C.; Lemieux, L.). Springer, Heidelberg (2010)
  2. 2009
    Book Chapter
    Becker, R.; Ritter, P.; Villringer, A.: Visual system. In: EEG-fMRI: Physiological basis, technique, and applications, pp. 401 - 417 (Eds. Mulert, C.; Lemieux, L.). Springer, Heidelberg (2009)
  3. 2008
    Book Chapter
    Ritter, P.; Freyer, F.; Gärtner, M.; Villringer, A.: Bildhafte Wissenspräsentation: Funktionelle Bildgebung mit simultaner EEG-fMRT. In: Bildwelten des Wissens, 6.1: Ikonographie des Gehirns, pp. 123 - 126 (Ed. Bredekamp, H.) (2008)
  4. 2002
    Book Chapter
    Ritter, P.; Villringer, A.: Inhibition and functional magnetic resonance imaging. In: Brain Activation and CBF Control, pp. 213 - 222 (Eds. Tomita, M.; Kanno, I.; Hamel, E.). Elsevier (2002)

Conference Paper (1)

  1. 2009
    Conference Paper
    Nierhaus, T.; Schön, T.; Becker, R.; Ritter, P.; Villringer, A.: Background and evoked activity and their interaction in the human brain. International School on Magnetic Resonance and Brain Function, Erice, Italy, May 18, 2008 - May 25, 2008. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 27 (8), pp. 1140 - 1150 (2009)

Talk (70)

  1. 2015
    Talk
    Ritter, P.: The Virtual Brain platform: Reverse-engineering the brain. 24th Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic (2015)
  2. Talk
    Ritter, P.: The Virtual Brain: Reverse-engineering the human brain - Collectively. Meeting, SFB 936, Hamburg, Germany (2015)
  3. Talk
    Ritter, P.: EEG and multimodal integration. 21st Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Honolulu, HI, USA (2015)
  4. Talk
    Ritter, P.: A guided tour of The Virtual Brain. 21st Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Honolulu, HI, USA (2015)
  5. Talk
    Ritter, P.: Personalized brain models act as computational microscope to infer internal states and processes. Institute Colloquium, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany (2015)
  6. Talk
    Ritter, P.: The role of alpha-rhythm states in perceptual learning: Insights from experiments and computational models. Symposium "Rhythmogenesis, Mechanisms, Modes, Modulation, Coding", Berlin, Germany (2015)
  7. Talk
    Ritter, P.: Reverse engineering the brain with The Virtual Brain simulator. Bühler Colloquium, Faculty of Psychology, Technical University Dresden, Germany (2015)
  8. 2014
    Talk
    Ritter, P.: Reverse engineering the brain with The Virtual Brain simulator. Seminar, Institute of Psychology, University of Leipzig, Germany (2014)
  9. Talk
    Ritter, P.: The virtual brain: A framework for collective multimodal reverse engineering the brain. BrainModes, King’s College London, United Kingdom (2014)
  10. Talk
    Ritter, P.: The Virtual Brain: Reverse engineering the brain. 12th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM), Session: Smart Systems for Unconventional Computing, Rhodes, Greece (2014)
  11. Talk
    Ritter, P.: The Virtual Brain: Reverse engineering the brain. Institute Colloquium, Max Planck Institute for Human and Cognitive Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany (2014)
  12. Talk
    Ritter, P.: The Virtual Brain: Reverse engineering the brain. Satellite Workshop "The Virtual Brain – Theory and Application" at the Bernstein Conference 2014, Göttingen, Germany (2014)
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