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Poster (74)

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Poster
Bartels, A.; Augath, M.; Moutoussis, K.; Zeki , S.; Logothetis, N.: Movie presentation allows mapping of retinotopy, color, and face-related activity in the anesthetized monkey brain. 35th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2005), Washington, DC, USA (2005)
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Poster
Bartels, A.; Zeki, S.; Logothetis, N.: Low-level visual features correlate with distinct cortical regions during natural viewing of a movie. 34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2004), San Diego, CA, USA (2004)

Working Paper (5)

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Working Paper
Grassi, P.; Bartels, A.: Magic, Bayes and wows: a Bayesian account of magic tricks. (submitted)
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Working Paper
Bannert, M.; Bartels, A.: Large-scale color biases in the retinotopic functional architecture are shared across human brains. (submitted)
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Working Paper
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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Working Paper
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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Working Paper
Korkmaz Hacialihafiz, D.; Bartels, A.: Objective (Real-world) Motion Responses in Scene Responsive Regions. (submitted)

Report (1)

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Report
Shelton, J.; Blaschko, M.; Bartels, A.: Semi-supervised subspace analysis of human functional magnetic resonance imaging data (Technical Report of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, 185). Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany (2009), 10 pp.
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