Dr. Andreas Bartels

Adresse: Max-Planck-Ring 8
72076 Tübingen
Tel.: 07071 601 656
Fax: 07071 601 652
E-Mail: andreas.bartels


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Andreas Bartels

Position: Projektleiter  Abteilung: Logothetis

Visual perception and processing

My interests are centred on visual perception and the neural substrates making this possible. In one approach we use well-controlled, artificial stimuli such as random dot kinematograms to study neural circuits involved in visual self- or object-motion, or binocular (dichoptic) stimuli to learn more about neural substrates underlying the spontaneous perceptual changes during binocular rivalry.

Such well-controlled studies provide detailed answers to specific questions, but by definition preclude insight into brain function and especially communication between brain regions during processing of the much more complex and dynamic stimuli for which the brain actually evolved.

We therefore complement above studies using entirely uncontrolled but natural movie stimuli presented during fMRI recording. We use computational vision and various fMRI data analysis techniques to identify functional areas, networks and their connectivity in more natural settings and also to inspire our more detailed controlled studies.

We complement some of the perceptual and fMRI studies with neuronavigated TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) to probe the causal influence of brain areas on conscious perception or on other aspects of visual processing.

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Artikel (64):

Grassi PR, Zaretskaya N und Bartels A (Juli-2018) A generic mechanism for perceptual organization in the parietal cortex Journal of Neuroscience Epub ahead.
Nau M, Schindler A und Bartels A (Juli-2018) Real-motion signals in human early visual cortex NeuroImage 175 379-387.
Jusyte A, Zaretskaya N, Höhnle NM, Bartels A und Schönenberg M (Juni-2018) Binocular rivalry transitions predict inattention symptom severity in adult ADHD European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 268(4) 373-382.
Schindler A und Bartels A (Mai-2018) Integration of visual and non-visual self-motion cues during voluntary head movements in the human brain NeuroImage 172 597-607.
Molaei-Vaneghi F, Zaretskaya N, Van Mourik T, Bause J, Scheffler K und Bartels A (Mai-2018) Laminar Responses to Visual Motion and Pursuit Integration in Human Areas V3A and V6 Measured Using 9.4T fMRI Cerebral Cortex . eingereicht
Bannert MM und Bartels A (April-2018) Human V4 Activity Patterns Predict Behavioral Performance in Imagery of Object Color Journal of Neuroscience 38(15) 3657-3668.
Molaei-Vaneghi F, Zaretskaya N, Scheffler K und Bartels A (Januar-2018) 9.4T Human fMRI Study Reveals that Real World Motion Perception Does Not Involve Laminar Organization in V1 and V5/MT - . in Vorbereitung
Bannert MM und Bartels A (September-2017) Invariance of surface color representations across illuminant changes in the human cortex NeuroImage 158 356-370.
Schindler A und Bartels A (Mai-2017) Connectivity Reveals Sources of Predictive Coding Signals in Early Visual Cortex during Processing of Visual Optic Flow Cerebral Cortex 27(5) 2885-2893.
Grassi PR, Zaretskaya N und Bartels A (Februar-2017) Scene segmentation in early visual cortex during suppression of ventral stream regions NeuroImage 146 71–80.
Kwon S, Watanabe M, Fischer E und Bartels A (Januar-2017) Attention reorganizes connectivity across networks in a frequency specific manner NeuroImage 144(Part A) 217-226.
Grassi PR, Zaretskaya N und Bartels A (Juni-2016) Parietal cortex mediates perceptual Gestalt grouping independent of stimulus size NeuroImage 133 367–377.
Lohmann G, Stelzer J, Zuber V, Buschmann T, Margulies D, Bartels A und Scheffler K (Juni-2016) Task-Related Edge Density (TED): A New Method for Revealing Dynamic Network Formation in fMRI Data of the Human Brain PLoS ONE 11(6) 1-22.
Schindler A und Bartels A (Mai-2016) Visual high-level regions respond to high-level stimulus content in the absence of low-level confounds NeuroImage 132 520–525.
Schindler A und Bartels A (Januar-2016) Motion parallax links visual motion areas and scene regions NeuroImage 125 803–812.
Korkmaz Hacialihafiz D und Bartels A (September-2015) Motion responses in scene-selective regions NeuroImage 118 438–444.
Reinl M und Bartels A (August-2015) Perception of temporal asymmetries in dynamic facial expressions Frontiers in Psychology 6(1107) 1-8.
Zaretskaya N und Bartels A (Mai-2015) Gestalt perception is associated with reduced parietal beta oscillations NeuroImage 112 61–69.
Reinl M und Bartels A (November-2014) Face processing regions are sensitive to distinct aspects of temporal sequence in facial dynamics NeuroImage 102(2) 407–415.
Bartels A (Juli-2014) Visual Perception: Early Visual Cortex Fills in the Gaps Current Biology 24(13) R600–R602.
Schindler A, Herdener M und Bartels A (Dezember-2013) Coding of Melodic Gestalt in Human Auditory Cortex Cerebral Cortex 23(12) 2987-2993.
Bannert MM und Bartels A (November-2013) Decoding the Yellow of a Gray Banana Current Biology 23(22) 2268–2272.
Watanabe M, Bartels A, Macke JH, Murayama Y und Logothetis NK (November-2013) Temporal Jitter of the BOLD Signal Reveals a Reliable Initial Dip and Improved Spatial Resolution Current Biology 23(21) 2146–2150.
Zaretskaya N und Bartels A (Oktober-2013) Perceptual effects of stimulating V5/hMT+ during binocular rivalry are state specific Current Biology 23(20) R919-R920.
Conrad V, Kleiner M, Bartels A, Hartcher O'Brien J, Bülthoff HH und Noppeney U (August-2013) Naturalistic Stimulus Structure Determines the Integration of Audiovisual Looming Signals in Binocular Rivalry PLoS ONE 8(8) 1-8.
Schindler A und Bartels A (Januar-2013) Parietal Cortex Codes for Egocentric Space beyond the Field of View Current Biology 23(2) 177–182.
Zaretskaya N, Anstis S und Bartels A (Januar-2013) Parietal Cortex Mediates Conscious Perception of Illusory Gestalt Journal of Neuroscience 33(2) 523-531.
Ince RAA, Mazzoni A, Bartels A, Logothetis NK und Panzeri S (September-2012) A novel test to determine the significance of neural selectivity to single and multiple potentially correlated stimulus features Journal of Neuroscience Methods 210(1) 49–65.
Bartels A (Juli-2012) Oxytocin and the Social Brain: Beware the Complexity Neuropsychopharmacology 37(8) 1795–1796.
Valverde Salzmann MF, Bartels A, Logothetis NK und Schüz A (Juni-2012) Color Blobs in Cortical Areas V1 and V2 of the New World Monkey Callithrix jacchus, Revealed by Non-Differential Optical Imaging Journal of Neuroscience 32(23) 7881-7894.
Fischer E, Logothetis NK, Bülthoff HH und Bartels A (April-2012) Visual Motion Responses in the Posterior Cingulate Sulcus: A Comparison to V5/MT and MST Cerebral Cortex 22(4) 865-876.
Fischer E, Bülthoff HH, Logothetis NK und Bartels A (März-2012) Human Areas V3A and V6 Compensate for Self-Induced Planar Visual Motion Neuron 73(6) 1228-1240.
Cavusoglu M, Bartels A, Yesilyurt B und Uludag K (Februar-2012) Retinotopic maps and hemodynamic delays in the human visual cortex measured using arterial spin labeling NeuroImage 59(4) 4044–4054.
Stoewer S, Goense J, Keliris GA, Bartels A, Logothetis NK, Duncan J und Sigala N (Januar-2012) An Analysis Approach for High-Field fMRI Data from Awake Non-Human Primates PLoS One 7(1) 1-13.
Stoewer S, Goense J, Keliris GA, Bartels A, Logothetis NK, Duncan J und Sigala N (Dezember-2011) Realignment strategies for awake-monkey fMRI data Magnetic Resonance Imaging 29(10) 1390-1400.
Bartels A, Vazquez-Zuniga Y, Schindler A und Logothetis NK (August-2011) Rivalry between afterimages and real images: the influence of the percept and the eye Journal of Vision 11(9:7) 1-13.
Blaschko MB, Shelton JA, Bartels A, Lampert CH und Gretton A (August-2011) Semi-supervised kernel canonical correlation analysis with application to human fMRI Pattern Recognition Letters 32(11) 1572-1583.
Zaretskaya N, Thielscher A, Logothetis NK und Bartels A (Dezember-2010) Disrupting Parietal Function Prolongs Dominance Durations in Binocular Rivalry Current Biology 20(23) 2106-2111.
Bartels A und Logothetis NK (Oktober-2010) Binocular rivalry: A time dependence of eye and stimulus contributions Journal of Vision 10(12:3) 1-14.
Whittingstall K, Bartels A, Singh V, Kwon S und Logothetis NK (Oktober-2010) Integration of EEG source imaging and fMRI during continuous viewing of natural movies Magnetic Resonance Imaging 28(8) 1135-1142.
Conrad V, Bartels A, Kleiner M und Noppeney U (August-2010) Audiovisual interactions in binocular rivalry Journal of Vision 10(10:27) 1-15.
Seymour K, Clifford CWG, Logothetis NK und Bartels A (August-2010) Coding and Binding of Color and Form in Visual Cortex Cerebral Cortex 20(8) 1946-1954.
Bartels A (April-2009) Visual Perception: Converging Mechanisms of Attention, Binding and Segmentation? Current Biology 19(7) R300-R302.
Seymour K, Clifford CWG, Logothetis NK und Bartels A (Februar-2009) The Coding of Color, Motion, and Their Conjunction in the Human Visual Cortex Current Biology 19(3) 177-183.
Bartels A, Logothetis NK und Moutoussis K (September-2008) fMRI and its interpretations: an illustration on directional selectivity in area V5/MT Trends in Neurosciences 31(9) 444-453.
Bartels A, Zeki S und Logothetis NK (März-2008) Natural vision reveals regional specialization to local motion and to contrast-invariant, global flow in the human brain. Cerebral Cortex 18(3) 705-717.
Bartels A und Zeki S (Juli-2006) The temporal order of binding visual attributes Vision Research 46(14) 2280-2286.
Bartels A (April-2006) Neurobiologische Grundlagen der Partnerwahl und der Liebe [Neurobiological foundations of mate choice and love] Sexuologie 13(2-4) 118-129.
Bartels A und Zeki S (April-2005) The chronoarchitecture of the cerebral cortex Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 360(1456) 733-750.
Bartels A und Zeki S (Januar-2005) Brain dynamics during natural viewing conditions: a new guide for mapping connectivity in vivo NeuroImage 24(2) 339-349.
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