Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

Max-Planck-Ring 8 - 14
(formerly Spemannstr. 38 - 44)
72076 Tübingen
Phone: +49 7071 601-510
Fax: +49 7071 601-520
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Most recent Publication

Venrooij J, Mulder M, Mulder M, Abbink DA, van Paassen MM, van der Helm FCT and Bülthoff HH (December-2017) Admittance-Adaptive Model-Based Approach to Mitigate Biodynamic Feedthrough IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics 47(12) 4169-4181.
Li B, Virtanen JP, Oeltermann A, Schwarz C, Giese MA, Ziemann U and Benali A (December-2017) Lifting the veil on the dynamics of neuronal activities evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation eLife 6 1-22.
Fillmer A, Hock A, Cameron D and Henning A (December-2017) Non-Water-Suppressed 1H MR Spectroscopy with Orientational Prior Knowledge Shows Potential for Separating Intra- and Extramyocellular Lipid Signals in Human Myocardium Scientific Reports 7(16898) 1-14.

Upcoming Talk




515. Li H, Li K, Zhang X-Y, Jiang X, Zhu Z, Zaiss M, Gochberg DF, Gore JC and Xu J (December-2015) R1 correction in amide proton transfer imaging: indication of the influence of transcytolemmal water exchange on CEST measurements NMR in Biomedicine 28(12) 1655–1662.
514. van Dam L and Ernst MO (December-2015) Relative errors can cue absolute visuomotor mappings Experimental Brain Research 233(12) 3367–3377.
CiteID: vanDamE2015
513. Chang D-S, Burger F, Bülthoff HH and de la Rosa S (December-2015) The Perception of Cooperativeness Without Any Visual or Auditory Communication i-Perception 6(6) 1-6.
CiteID: ChangBBd2015_2
512. Strickrodt M, O'Malley M and Wiener JM (December-2015) This Place Looks Familiar: How Navigators Distinguish Places with Ambiguous Landmark Objects When Learning Novel Routes Frontiers in Psychology 6(1936) 1-12.
CiteID: StrickrodtOW2015
511. Ortega PA and Braun DA (December-2015) What is epistemic value in free energy models of learning and acting? A bounded rationality perspective Cognitive Neuroscience 6(4) 215-216.
CiteID: OrtegaB2015
510. Perrodin C, Kayser C, Abel TJ, Logothetis NK and Petkov CI (December-2015) Who is That? Brain Networks and Mechanisms for Identifying Individuals Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19(12) 783–796.
CiteID: PerrodinKALP2015
509. Batistuzzo MC, Hoexter MQ, Costa FMA, Shavitt RG, Lopes AC, Cappi C, de Mathis A, Senço N, Henning A, Leite CC, Pastorello BF, Miguel EC and Otaduy MCG (December-2015): Myoinositol reduction in medial prefrontal cortex of obsessive compulsive disorder: a proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy study, 54th Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP 2015), Hollywood, FL, USA, Neuropsychopharmacology, 40(S1) S454-S455.
CiteID: BatistuzzoHCSLCdSHLPMO2015
508. Ramirez-Villegas JF, Logothetis NK and Besserve M (December-2015): Sharp wave-ripple complexes in a reduced model of the hippocampal CA3-CA1 network of the macaque monkey, Twenty-Fourth Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS*2015), Praha, Czech Republic, BMC Neuroscience, 16(Supplement 1) 24.
CiteID: RamirezVillegasLB2015
507. Bethge M (November-30-2015) Keynote Lecture: Perceiving Neural Networks, Max Planck ETH Center for Learning Systems Inauguration, Tübingen, Germany.
CiteID: Bethge2015_2
506. Schüz A (November-27-2015) Invited Lecture: Cortico-cortical long-range connectivity. Part 2: the human cortical white matter, NeuroMat Workshop: Random Graphs in the Brain, São Paulo, Brazil.
CiteID: Schuz2015_4
505. Schüz A (November-26-2015) Invited Lecture: Cortico-cortical long- and middle-range connectivity: anatomical data from mouse and monkey, NeuroMat Workshop: Random Graphs in the Brain, São Paulo, Brazil.
CiteID: Schuz2015_3
504. Schüz A (November-25-2015) Invited Lecture: Quantitative neuroanatomy as a tool to understand cortical function. Part 2: network structure and functional conclusions, NeuroMat Workshop: Random Graphs in the Brain, São Paulo, Brazil.
CiteID: Schuz2015_2
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