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    Foster, C.; Zhao, M.; Romero, J.; Black, M.; Mohler, B.; Bartels, A.; Bülthoff, I.: Decoding subcategories of human bodies from both body- and face-responsive cortical regions. NeuroImage 202 (2019)
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    Korkmaz Hacialihafiz, D.; Bartels, A.: Speed tuning to real-world-and retinal motion in cortical motion regions. (submitted)
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    Schindler, A.; Bartels, A.: Human V6 Integrates Visual and Extra-Retinal Cues during Head-Induced Gaze Shifts. iScience 7, pp. 191 - 197 (2018)
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    Grassi, P.; Zaretskaya, N.; Bartels, A.: A generic mechanism for perceptual organization in the parietal cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 38 (32), pp. 7158 - 7169 (2018)
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    Nau, M.; Schindler, A.; Bartels, A.: Real-motion signals in human early visual cortex. NeuroImage 175, pp. 379 - 387 (2018)
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    Jusyte, A.; Zaretskaya, N.; Höhnle, N.; Bartels, A.; Schönenberg, M.: Binocular rivalry transitions predict inattention symptom severity in adult ADHD. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 268 (4), pp. 373 - 382 (2018)
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    Molaei-Vaneghi, F.; Zaretskaya, N.; Van Mourik, T.; Bause, J.; Scheffler, K.; Bartels, A.: Laminar Responses to Visual Motion and Pursuit Integration in Human Areas V3A and V6 Measured Using 9.4T fMRI. (submitted)
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    Schindler, A.; Bartels, A.: Integration of visual and non-visual self-motion cues during voluntary head movements in the human brain. NeuroImage 172, pp. 597 - 607 (2018)
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    Bannert, M.; Bartels, A.: Human V4 Activity Patterns Predict Behavioral Performance in Imagery of Object Color. Journal of Neuroscience 38 (15), pp. 3657 - 3668 (2018)
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    Molaei-Vaneghi, F.; Zaretskaya, N.; Scheffler, K.; Bartels, A.: 9.4T Human fMRI Study Reveals that Real World Motion Perception Does Not Involve Laminar Organization in V1 and V5/MT. (submitted)
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    Bannert, M.; Bartels, A.: Invariance of surface color representations across illuminant changes in the human cortex. NeuroImage 158, pp. 356 - 370 (2017)
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    Korkmaz Hacialihafiz, D.; Bartels, A.: Objective (Real-world) Motion Responses in Scene Responsive Regions. (submitted)
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    Schindler, A.; Bartels, A.: Connectivity Reveals Sources of Predictive Coding Signals in Early Visual Cortex during Processing of Visual Optic Flow. Cerebral Cortex 27 (5), pp. 2885 - 2893 (2017)
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    Grassi, P.; Zaretskaya, N.; Bartels, A.: Scene segmentation in early visual cortex during suppression of ventral stream regions. NeuroImage 146, pp. 71 - 80 (2017)
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    Kwon, S.; Watanabe, M.; Fischer, E.; Bartels, A.: Attention reorganizes connectivity across networks in a frequency specific manner. NeuroImage 144 (Part A), pp. 217 - 226 (2017)
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    Grassi, P.; Zaretskaya, N.; Bartels, A.: Parietal cortex mediates perceptual Gestalt grouping independent of stimulus size. NeuroImage 133, pp. 367 - 377 (2016)
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    Lohmann, G.; Stelzer, J.; Zuber, V.; Buschmann, T.; Margulies, D.; Bartels, A.; Scheffler, K.: Task-Related Edge Density (TED): A New Method for Revealing Dynamic Network Formation in fMRI Data of the Human Brain. PLoS ONE 11 (6) (2016)
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    Schindler, A.; Bartels, A.: Visual high-level regions respond to high-level stimulus content in the absence of low-level confounds. NeuroImage 132, pp. 520 - 525 (2016)
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    Schindler, A.; Bartels, A.: Motion parallax links visual motion areas and scene regions. NeuroImage 125, pp. 803 - 812 (2016)
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    Korkmaz Hacialihafiz, D.; Bartels, A.: Motion responses in scene-selective regions. NeuroImage 118, pp. 438 - 444 (2015)
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