Detlef Wegener
Detlef Wegener
Brain Research Institute, Center for Cognitive Science, University of Bremen
Verified email at brain.uni-bremen.de
TitleCited byYear
Feature-based attention and the suppression of non-relevant object features
D Wegener, F Ehn, MK Aurich, FO Galashan, AK Kreiter
Vision Research 48 (27), 2696-2707, 2008
522008
The influence of sustained selective attention on stimulus selectivity in macaque visual area MT
D Wegener, WA Freiwald, AK Kreiter
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (27), 6106-6114, 2004
362004
Monkey area MT latencies to speed changes depend on attention and correlate with behavioral reaction times
FO Galashan, HC Saßen, AK Kreiter, D Wegener
Neuron 78 (4), 740-750, 2013
262013
Speed change detection in foveal and peripheral vision
A Traschütz, W Zinke, D Wegener
Vision Research 72, 1-13, 2012
222012
A new type of recording chamber with an easy-to-exchange microdrive array for chronic recordings in macaque monkeys
FO Galashan, HC Rempel, A Meyer, E Gruber-Dujardin, AK Kreiter, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 105 (6), 3092-3105, 2011
212011
Selective visual attention ensures constancy of sensory representations: Testing the influence of perceptual load and spatial competition
D Wegener, FO Galashan, DN Markowski, AK Kreiter
Vision research 46 (21), 3563-3574, 2006
142006
Attentional spreading to task-irrelevant object features: experimental support and a 3-step model of attention for object-based selection and feature-based processing modulation
D Wegener, FO Galashan, MK Aurich, AK Kreiter
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 414, 2014
132014
Transient activity in monkey area MT represents speed changes and is correlated with human behavioral performance
A Traschütz, AK Kreiter, D Wegener
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (3), 890-903, 2014
82014
Task-specific, dimension-based attentional shaping of motion processing in monkey area MT
B Schledde, FO Galashan, M Przybyla, AK Kreiter, D Wegener
Journal of neurophysiology 118 (3), 1542-1555, 2017
7*2017
Human feature-based attention consists of two distinct spatiotemporal processes
D Gledhill, C Grimsen, M Fahle, D Wegener
Journal of vision 15 (8), 8-8, 2015
52015
Emphasizing the 'positive' in positive reinforcement: Using non-binary rewarding for training monkeys on cognitive tasks.
B Fischer, D Wegener
Journal of neurophysiology 120 (1), 115-128, 2018
22018
25th annual computational neuroscience meeting: CNS-2016
TO Sharpee, A Destexhe, M Kawato, V Sekulić, FK Skinner, DK Wójcik, ...
BMC Neuroscience 17 (1), 54, 2016
22016
Projection specificity of retinal ganglion cells in salamanders of the family Plethodontidae
D Wegener, W Wiggers
From Membrane to Mind, Thieme, Stuttgart, New York, 1997
21997
Optimizing the Yield of Multi-Unit Activity by Including the Entire Spiking Activity
E Drebitz, B Schledde, AK Kreiter, D Wegener
Frontiers in neuroscience 13, 83, 2019
12019
Influence of task requirements on space-independent attentional modulation
D Wegener, F Ehn, M Aurich, FO Galashan, AK Kreiter
Perception 36 (Suppl.), 133, 2007
12007
Der Einfluss selektiver visueller Aufmerksamkeit auf neuronale Synchronisation und zeitliche Aktivitätsmuster im parietalen Cortex des Makaken
D Wegener
WVB, Wiss. Verlag Berlin, 2003
12003
Visual epidural field potentials possess high functional specificity in single trials
B Fischer, A Schander, AK Kreiter, W Lang, D Wegener
bioRxiv, 646612, 2019
2019
Why monkeys matter
D Wegener, A Kreiter
PAN European Networks 23, 180, 2017
2017
Investigating how the brain shapes perception
D Wegener
Scientia 111, 21-24, 2017
2017
Attentional spreading over feature attributes and feature dimensions: Distributed top-down modulation or joint neural coding?
L Bohnenkamp, D Wegener, U Ernst
BMC neuroscience 16 (S1), P69, 2015
2015
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