Andrej Stancak
Andrej Stancak
Senior Lecturer in Psychology
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Event-related synchronization (ERS) in the alpha band—an electrophysiological correlate of cortical idling: a review
G Pfurtscheller, A Stancak Jr, C Neuper
International journal of psychophysiology 24 (1-2), 39-46, 1996
Post-movement beta synchronization. A correlate of an idling motor area?
G Pfurtscheller, A Stancak Jr, C Neuper
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 98 (4), 281-293, 1996
On the existence of different types of central beta rhythms below 30 Hz
G Pfurtscheller, A Stancak Jr, G Edlinger
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 102 (4), 316-325, 1997
Event-related desynchronisation of central beta-rhythms during brisk and slow self-paced finger movements of dominant and nondominant hand
A Stancák Jr, G Pfurtscheller
Cognitive brain research 4 (3), 171-183, 1996
Desynchronization and recovery of β rhythms during brisk and slow self-paced finger movements in man
A Stancák Jr, G Pfurtscheller
Neuroscience letters 196 (1-2), 21-24, 1995
Oscillatory cortical activity and movement-related potentials in proximal and distal movements
A Stančák Jr, B Feige, CH Lücking, R Kristeva-Feige
Clinical Neurophysiology 111 (4), 636-650, 2000
The effects of handedness and type of movement on the contralateral preponderance of μ-rhythm desynchronisation
A Stancák Jr, G Pfurtscheller
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 99 (2), 174-182, 1996
Modulation of motor-cortex oscillatory activity by painful Aδ-and C-fiber stimuli
TT Raij, N Forss, A Stancák, R Hari
Neuroimage 23 (2), 569-573, 2004
Interaction of tactile input in the human primary and secondary somatosensory cortex—a magnetoencephalographic study
K Hoechstetter, A Rupp, A Stančák, HM Meinck, C Stippich, P Berg, ...
Neuroimage 14 (3), 759-767, 2001
The effects of external load on movement-related changes of the sensorimotor EEG rhythms
A Stančák Jr, A Riml, G Pfurtscheller
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 102 (6), 495-504, 1997
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of cerebral activation during spinal cord stimulation in failed back surgery syndrome patients
A Stančák, J Kozák, I Vrba, J Tintěra, J Vrána, H Poláček, M Stančák
European Journal of Pain 12 (2), 137-148, 2008
Mu-rhythm changes in brisk and slow self-paced finger movements.
JA Stancák, G Pfurtscheller
Neuroreport 7 (6), 1161-1164, 1996
EEG changes during forced alternate nostril breathing
A Stančák Jr, M Kuna
International journal of psychophysiology 18 (1), 75-79, 1994
Desynchronization of cortical rhythms following cutaneous stimulation: effects of stimulus repetition and intensity, and of the size of corpus callosum
A Stancák, J Svoboda, R Rachmanová, J Vrána, J Králı́k, J Tintera
Clinical neurophysiology 114 (10), 1936-1947, 2003
Kapalabhati--yogic cleansing exercise. II. EEG topography analysis.
JA Stancák, M Kuna, C Dostalek, S Vishnudevananda
Homeostasis in health and disease: international journal devoted to …, 1991
Kapalabhati--yogic cleansing exercise. I. Cardiovascular and respiratory changes.
JA Stancák, M Kuna, S Vishnudevananda, C Dostalek
Homeostasis in health and disease: international journal devoted to …, 1991
Intracerebral recording of cortical activity related to self-paced voluntary movements: a Bereitschaftspotential and event-related desynchronization/synchronization. SEEG study
D Sochůrková, I Rektor, P Jurák, A Stančák
Experimental Brain Research 173 (4), 637-649, 2006
Increased gray matter volume of left pars opercularis in male orchestral musicians correlate positively with years of musical performance
IA Abdul‐Kareem, A Stancak, LM Parkes, V Sluming
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 33 (1), 24-32, 2011
EEG signal classification: introduction to the problem
J Šťastný, P Sovka, A Stančák
Radioengineering 12 (3), 51-55, 2003
Functional connectivity with the default mode network is altered in fibromyalgia patients
N Fallon, Y Chiu, T Nurmikko, A Stancak
PloS one 11 (7), 2016
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