Sensomotorik Labor

Die enorme Anzahl an Fasern, die der Großhirnrinde entspringen und über die pontinen Kerne in das Kleinhirn projizieren, weisen den cerebro-ponto-cerebellären Pfad als eine wichtige Instanz der sensomotorischen Integration aus. Er vereint schon auf der Ebene der pontinen Kerne sensorische Eingänge, z.B. visuelle oder auditorische Signale, mit Motorsignalen der Extremitäten und der Augen. Bei den Untersuchungen über die funktionelle Architektur der Brückenkerne geht es um die Frage, ob die Informationsströme, die ihren Ursprung in verschiedenen Teilen des cerebralen Cortex nehmen, auf der Ebene der Brückenkerne miteinander interagieren.

Untersuchungen, die dem Kleinhirn gelten, befassen sich mit der Frage, ob das Kleinhirn tatsächlich, wie seit Marr und Albus vermutet, ein wesentliches Instrument des motorischen Lernens ist. Sie versuchen zu klären, welche neuronalen Mechanismen dem motorischen Lernen zugrunde liegen. Die Arbeitshypothese, die in Experimenten an nichthumanen Primaten verfolgt wird, ist, dass der cerebelläre Cortex motorische Programme kontinuierlich, auf einer Zeitskala von Sekunden bis Minuten, an die sich stetig verändernden Eigenschaften der Effektoren und der Umwelt, mit der die Effektoren interagieren, anpasst. Die Grundlagen des motorischen Lernens werden am Beispiel des sakkadischen Lernens untersucht, wobei experimentelle Läsionen sowie Einzel- und Multielektrodenableitungen zum Einsatz kommen. Die Arbeitsgruppe interagiert mit der Wahrnehmungsarbeitsgruppe (Labor für Visuelle Wahrnehmung), wenn sie den Gedanken verfolgt, dass zerebelläre Beiträge zur Wahrnehmung darauf basieren könnten, dass das Kleinhirn interne Modelle motorischer Leistungen, die die Wahrnehmung beeinflussen, anbietet, die in ganz ähnlicher Weise wie die internen Modelle, die zur Optimierung motorischer Leistungen dienen, fortwährend angepasst werden.

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Integration von Augen- und Handbewegungen in den Brückenkernen

Rolle des Kleinhirns für das motorische Lernen, Adaptation und Rekalibration schneller Augenbewegungen

Rolle des Kleinhirns für die Wahrnehmung von Bewegungsreizen

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 Ruediger Berndt
Ruediger Berndt
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81909 
 Maria-Sophie Breu
Maria-Sophie Breu MD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81935 
 Christoph Budziszewski
Christoph Budziszewski PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81935 
Dr. rer. nat. Friedemann Bunjes
Dr. rer. nat. Friedemann Bunjes IT Development and Coordination
IT
07071 29-81999 
 Ian Chong
Ian Chong PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
 
Dr. Peter Dicke
Dr. Peter Dicke PostDoc
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81936 
 Mareike Gann
Mareike Gann PhD Student
Neuropsychology of Action
87601 
 Ute Grosshennig
Ute Grosshennig Technical Assistant
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-87643 
 Mohammad Khazali
Mohammad Khazali PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81926 
PD Dr. Axel Lindner
PD Dr. Axel Lindner Project Leader
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-80469 
PhD Student Haian Mao
PhD Student Haian Mao PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
81926 
 Akshay Markanday
Akshay Markanday PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81926 
Dr. Joern Pomper
Dr. Joern Pomper Project Leader
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-80464 
 Katrina Quinn
Katrina Quinn Master Student
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81195 
 Hamidreza Ramezanpour
Hamidreza Ramezanpour PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81926 
 Manuel Roth
Manuel Roth PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
 
 Mohammad Shams Ahmar
Mohammad Shams Ahmar PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
81926 
Dr. Silvia Spadacenta
Dr. Silvia Spadacenta PostDoc
Sensorimotor Lab
 
 Oleg Spivak
Oleg Spivak PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
 
 Zong-Peng Sun
Zong-Peng Sun PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-81925 
Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Thier
Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Thier Head of Department
Sensorimotor Lab
07071 29-83057 
 Shengjun Wen
Shengjun Wen PhD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
 
 Thekla Zekos
Thekla Zekos MD Student
Sensorimotor Lab
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In press

 

Arnstein D, Dicke PW, Junker MA, Smilgin A, Thier P (in press) Microsaccade control signals in the cerebellum. Journal of Neuroscience

2014

 

Atabaki A, Marciniak K, Dicke PW, Karnath H-O, Thier P (2014) Parietal BOLD response evoked by covert visual search reflects set-size effect in monkeys. European Journal of Neuroscience 39:832-840

Caggiano V, Giese M, Thier P, Casile A (2014) Encoding of point of view during action observation in the Local Field Potentials of macaque area F5. European Journal of Neuroscience; doi: 10.1111/ejn.12793. [Epub ahead of print]

Daddaoua N, Dicke PW, Thier P (2014) Eye position information is used to compensate the consequences of ocular torsion on V1 receptive fields. Nature Communications 5:3047. doi: 10.1038/ncomms4047

Dash S, Thier P (2014) Cerebellum-dependent motor learning: lessons from adaptation of eye movements in primates. Progress in Brain Research 210:121-55

Marciniak K, Atabaki A, Dicke PW, Thier P (2014) Disparate substrates for head gaze following and face perception in the monkey superior temporal sulcus. Elife; e03222. doi: 10.7554/eLife.03222

Spivak O, Thier P, Barash S (2014) Persistence of the dark-background-contingent gaze upshift during visual fixations of rhesus monkeys. Journal of Neurophysiology 112(8):1999-2005. doi: 10.1152/jn.00666.2013

2013

 

Atabaki A, Dicke PW, Karnath HO, Thier P (2013) The dependencies of fronto-parietal BOLD responses evoked by covert visual search suggest eye-centred coding. Eur J Neurosci 37(8):1320-1329.

Caggiano V, Pomper J, Fleischer F, Fogassi L, Giese MA, Thier P (2013) Mirror neurons in monkey area F5 do not adapt to the observation of repeated actions. Nat Commun 4:1433.

Dash S, Dicke PW, Thier P (2013) A vermal Purkinje cell simple spike population response encodes the changes in eye movement kinematics due to smooth pursuit adaptation. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 7, 3:1-14. doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2013.00003

Dash S, Thier P (2013) Smooth pursuit adaptation (SPA) exhibits features useful to compensate changes in the properties of the smooth pursuit eye movement system due to usage, Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2013.00067

Fleischer F, Caggiano V, Thier P, Giese MA (2013) Physiologically inspired model for the visual recognition of transitive hand actions. J Neurosci 15(33):6563-6580

2012

 

Albert MV, Catz N, Thier P, Kording K (2012) Saccadic gain adaptation is predicted by the statistics of natural fluctuations in oculomotor function. Front Comput Neurosci 6:96:1-7. doi: 10.3389/fncom.2012.00096

Büchel C, Karnath H-O, Thier P (2012) Methoden der kognitiven Neurowissenschaften. In: Kognitive Neurowissenschaften. Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds). Springer Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg, 9-32

Caggiano V, Fogassi L, Rizzolatti G, Casile A, Giese MA, Thier P (2012) Mirror neurons encode the subjective value of an observed action. PNAS 109(29):11848-11853.

Dash S, Catz N, Dicke PW, Thier P (2012) Encoding of smooth-pursuit eye movement initiation by a population of vermal purkinje cells. Cerebral Cortex 22(4):877-891

Fleischer F, Christensen A, Caggiano V, Thier P, Giese MA (2012) Neural theory for the perception of causal actions. Psychological Research 76:476-493

Ilg U, Thier P (2012) Neuronale Grundlagen visueller Wahrnehmung. In: Kognitive Neurowissenschaften. Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds). Springer Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg, 35-43

Ilg U, Thier P (2012) Zielgerichtete Augenbewegungen. In: Kognitive Neurowissenschaften. Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds). Springer Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg, 377-388

Karnath H-O, Thier P (2012) Kognitive Neurowissenschaften. 3. Auflage, Springer Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg.

Sultan F, Augath M, Hamodeh S, Murayama Y, Oeltermann A, Rauch A, Thier P. (2012) Unravelling cerebellar pathways with high temporal precision targeting motor and extensive sensory and parietal networks. Nat Commun. 3:924 (DOI: 10.3410/f.717959329.793462732)

Thier P (2012) Anatomie und Physiologie des parietalen Kortex. In: Kognitive Neurowissenschaften. Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds). Springer Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg, 225-240

Thier P (2012) Grundlagen zielgerichteter Motorik. In: Kognitive Neurowissenschaften. Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds). Springer Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg, 355-365

Thier P (2012) Die funktionelle Architektur des präfrontalen Kortex. In: Kognitive Neurowissenschaften. Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds). Springer Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg, 575-583

Thier P (2012) Kleinhirn und visuelle Wahrnehmung. In: Kognitive Neurowissenschaften. Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds). Springer Verlag Berlin-Heidelberg, 619-623

Tziridis K, Dicke PW, Thier P (2012) Pontine reference frames for the sensory guidance of movement. Cerebral Cortex 22(2):345-362

2011

 

Caggiano V, Fogassi L, Rizzolatti G, Pomper JK, Thier P, Giese MA*, Casile A*(*equal contribution) (2011) View-based encoding of actions in mirror neurons of area f5 in macaque premotor cortex. Curr Biol. 21(2):144 -148.

Daddaoua N, Dicke PW, Thier P (2011) Non-human primates exhibit disconjugate ocular counterroll to head roll tilts. Vision Research 51:1986-1993.

Dash S, Catz N, Dicke PW, Thier P (2011) Encoding of smooth-pursuit eye movement initiation by a population of vermal purkinje cells. Cerebral Cortex. [Epub ahead of print]. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhr153

Laube I, Kamphuis S, Dicke PW, Thier P (2011). Cortical processing of head- and eye-gaze cues guiding joint social attention. Neuroimage 54(2):1643-1653. DOI 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.08.074

Prsa M, Thier P (2011) The role of the cerebellum in saccadic adaptation as a window into neural mechanisms of motor learning. Eur J Neurosci 33:2114-2128.

Thier P (2011) The oculomotor cerebellum. In: Oxford University Press Handbook of Eye Movements. Oxford University Press, 173-193.

Tziridis K, Dicke PW, Thier P (2011) Pontine reference frames for the sensory guidance of movement. Cerebral Cortex. [Epub ahead of print].  doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhr109

2010

 

Dash S, Catz N, Dicke PW, Thier P (2010) Specific vermal complex spike responseses build up during the course of smooth-pursuit adaptation, paralleling the decrease of performance error. Exp Brain Res 205:41-55

Prsa M, Dicke PW, Thier P (2010) The absence of eye muscle fatigue indicates that the nervous system compensates for non-motor disturbances of oculomotor function. J. Neuroscience 30:15834-15842.

Synofzik M, Thier P, Leube DT, Schlotterbeck P, Lindner A (2010) Misattributions of agency in schizophrenia are based on imprecise predictions about the sensory consequences of one’s actions. Brain 133:262-271. doi:10.1093/brain/awp291

Zrenner C, Eytan D, Wallach A, Thier P, Marom S (2010) A generic framework for real-time multi-channel neuronal signal analysis, telemetry control, and sub-millisecond latency feedback generation. Frontiers in Neuroscience 4:173-184

2009

 

Caggiano V, Fogassi L, Rizzolatti G, Thier P, Casile A. Mirror neurons differentially encode the peripersonal and extrapersonal space of monkeys. Science 2009;324:403-406

Dash S, Dicke PW, Chakraborty S, Haarmeier T, Thier P.  Demonstration of an eye movement induced visual motion illusion (Filehne illusion) in Rhesus monkeys. J Vision 2009. In press.

Fleischer F, Casile A, Giese MA. Physiologically-inspired model for the visual tuning properties of mirror neurons. Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Cognitive Systems, University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany, April 2-4, 2008, Springer-Verlag 2009. In press.

Ilg UJ, Thier P. The neural basis of smooth pursuit eye movements in the rhesus monkey brain. Brain & Cognition 2009; doi:10.1016/j.bandc.2008.08.014

2008

 

Bock S, Dicke PW, Thier P. How precise is gaze following in humans? Vision Res 2008;48:946-957

Catz N, Dicke PW, Thier P. Cerebellar-dependent motor learning is based on pruning a Purkinje cell population response. PNAS 2008;105(20):7309-7314

Daddaoua N, Dicke PW, Thier P. The subjective visual vertical in a nonhuman primate. Journal of Vision 2008;8(3):19, 1-8, journalofvision.org/8/3/19/, doi:10.1167/8.3.19.

Dicke PW, Chakraborty S, Thier P. Neuronal correlates of perceptual stability during eye movements. Europ J Neurosci 2008;27:991-1002

Fleischer F, Casile A, Giese MA. Neural Model for the Visual Recognition of Goal-directed Movements. In: Kurkova V, Neruda R, Koutnik J (eds.). ICANN 2008, Part II, LNCS 5164, pp 939-948

Händel B, Lutzenberger W, Thier P, Haarmeier T. Selective attention increases the dependency of neuromagnetic responses on visual motion coherence. Cerebral Cortex  2008;18:2902-2908

Ilg UJ, Thier P. The neural basis of smooth pursuit eye movements in the rhesus monkey brain. Brain and Cognition 2008;68:229-240

Materna S, Dicke PW, Thier P. Dissociable roles of the superior temporal sulcus and the intraparietal sulcus in joint attention: an fMRI study. J Cogn Neurosci 2008;20:108-119

Materna S, Dicke PW, Thier P. The posterior superior temporal sulcus is involved in social communication not specific for the eyes. Neuropsychologia 2008;46:2759-2765

2007

 

Catz N, Thier P. Neural control of saccadic eye movements. Neuro-Ophthalmology, Developments in Ophthalmology 2007;40:52-75

Dayan E, Casile A, Levit-Binnun N, Giese MA, Hendler T, Flash T. Neural representations of kinematic laws of motion: evidence for action-perception coupling. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2007;104(51):20582-20587

Graf M, Reitzner B, Corves C, Casile A, Giese MA, Prinz W. Predicting point-light actions in real. Neuroimage 2007;36 Suppl 2:T22-32

Haarmeier T, Thier P. The attentive cerebellum - fact or myth? Cerebellum 2007;6:177-183

Händel B, Lutzenberger W, Thier P, Haarmeier T. Opposite dependencies on visual motion coherence in human area MT+ and early visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex 2007;17:1542-1549.

Ilg W, Golla H, Thier P, Giese MA. Specific influences of cerebellar dysfunctions on gait. Brain 2007;130:786-798

Ilg W, Roehrig R, Thier P, Giese MA. Learning-based methods for the analysis of intra-limb coordination and adaptation of locomotor patterns in cerebellar patients. IEEE 10th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 2007, 1090-1095

Maschke M, Jahn K, Thier P. Alkoholfolgekrankheiten. In: Therapie und Verlauf neurologischer Erkrankungen. Brandt T, Dichgans J, Diener HC (eds). 5. Auflage, Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, 2007, 797-817

Thier P, Golla H. Rehabilitation zerebraler Sehstörungen. In: Therapie und Verlauf neurologischer Erkrankungen. Brandt T, Dichgans J, Diener HC (eds). 5. Auflage, Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, 2007, 288-293

Tikhonov A, Händel B, Haarmeier T, Lutzenberger W, Thier P. Gamma oscillations underlying the visual motion aftereffect. Neuroimage 2007;38:708-719

2006

 

Büchel C, Karnath H-O, Thier P. Methoden der Kognitiven Neurowissenschaften. In: H-O Karnath, P Thier (eds) Neuropsychologie. 2. Auflage. Springer, Heidelberg, 2006, pp 7-29

Casile A, Giese MA. Non-visual motor learning influences the recognition of biological motion. Current Biology 2006;16(1):69-74

Casile A, Rucci M. A theoretical analysis of the influence of fixational instability on the development of thalamo-cortical connectivity. Neural Computation 2006;18:569-590

Haarmeier T, Thier P. The detection of speed changes during pursuit eye movements. Exp Brain Res 2006;170:345-357

Haendel B, Lutzenberger W, Thier P, Haarmeier T. Opposite dependencies on visual motion coherence in human area MT+ and early visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex, advance access published August 28, 2006

Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds) Neuropsychologie. 2. Auflage. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2006

Lindner A, Haarmeier T, Erb M, Grodd W, Thier P. Cerebro-cerebellar circuits for the perceptual cancellation of eye-movement-induced retinal image motion. J Cogn Neurosci 2006;18(11):1899-1912

Lindner A, Haarmeier T, Thier P. Die inferentielle Natur der Wahrnehmung: Die Bedeutung des Reafferenzprinzips für das Bewegungssehen. Neuroforum 2006;1:160-165

Linnemann C, Schmeh I, Thier P, Schwarz C. Transient change in GABAA receptor subunit mRNA expression in Lurcher cerebellar nuclei during Purkinje cell degeneration. BMC Neuroscience 2006;7: 59

Thier P. Anatomie und Physiologie des parietalen Kortex. In: Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds) Neuropsychologie. 2. Auflage. Springer, Heidelberg, 2006, 161-176

Thier P. Grundlagen zielgerichteter Motorik. In: Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds) Neuropsychologie. 2. Auflage. Springer, Heidelberg, 2006, 275-285

Thier P. Die funktionelle Architektur des präfrontalen Kortex. In: Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds) Neuropsychologie. 2. Auflage. Springer, Heidelberg, 2006, 471-478

Thier P. Visuelle Wahrnehmung. In: Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds) Neuropsychologie. 2. Auflage. Springer, Heidelberg, 2006, 503-511

Thier P, Möck M. The oculomotor role of the pontine nuclei and the nucleus reticularis tegmenti pontis. Progr Brain Res 2006;151:293-320

2005

 

Casile A, Giese MA. Critical features for the recognition of biological motion. Journal of Vision 2005;5:348-360

Catz N, Dicke PW, Thier P. Cerebellar complex spike firing is suitable to induce as well as stabilize motor learning. Curr Biol 2005;15:2179-2189

Golla H, Thier P. Ocular flutter - a sign of brain-stem pathology as rare consequence of cyclosporin A treatment. Neurooptahlmol 2005;29:81-84

Golla H, Thier P, Haarmeier T. Disturbed overt but normal covert shifts of attention in adult cerebellar patients. Brain 2005;128:1525-1535

Ignashchenkova A, Haarmeier T, Thier P. The role of the superior colliculus in covert shifts of attention. In: Ilg UJ,  Bülthoff HH, Mallot H (eds.) Dynamic Perception. Workshop of the GI Section "Computer Vision". Infix, Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Aka (Berlin) and IOS Press BV (Amsterdam) 2005;95-100.

Lindner A, Thier P, Haarmeier T, Kircher T, Leube D. Disorders of agency in schizophrenia correlate with an inability to compensate for the sensory consequences of actions. Current Biol; 2005;15:1119-1124

Rucci M, Casile A. Decorrelation of neural activity during fixational eye movements: Possible implications for the refinement of V1 receptive fields. Visual Neuroscience 2005. In press.

Rucci M, Casile A. Fixational instability and natural image statistics: implications for early visual representations, Network 2005;16:121-138

Schwarz C, Horowski A, Möck M, Thier P. Organization of tectopontine fibers within the pontine nuclei of the rat and their spatial relationship to terminals from the visual and somatosensory cortex. J Comp Neurol 2005;484:283-298

Thier P, Ilg UJ. The neural basis of smooth-pursuit eye movements. Curr Op in Neurobiol 2005;15:645-652

2004

 

Dicke PW, Barash S, Ilg UJ, Thier P. Single-neuron evidence for a contribution of the dorsal nuclei to both types of goal-directed eye movements, saccades and smooth-pursuit. Eur J Neurosci 2004;19:609-624

Golla H, Ignashchenkova A, Haarmeier T, Thier P. Improvement of visual acuity by spatial cueing in human and non-human primates. Vision Res 2004;44:1589-1600

Ignashchenkova A, Dicke PW, Haarmeier T, Thier P. Neuron specific contribution of the superior colliculus to overt and covert shifts of attention. Nat Neurosci 2004;7:56-64

Ignashchenkova A, Haarmeier T, Thier P. The role of the superior colliculus in covert shifts of attention. In: Ilg UJ, Bülthoff H, Mallot H (eds). Dynamic Perception. AKA Akad. Verlag, Berlin, 2004;95-100

Ilg UJ, Schumann S, Thier P. Posterior parietal cortex neurons encode target motion in world-centered coordinates. Neuron 2004;43:145-151

Linnemann C, Sultan F, Pedroarena CM, Schwarz C, Thier P. Lurcher mice exhibit potentiation of GABAA-receptor-mediated conductance in cerebellar nuclei neurons in close temporal relationship to Purkinje cell death. J Neurophysiol 2004;91:1102-1107

Tikhonov A, Haarmeier T, Thier P, Braun C, Lutzenberger W. Neuromagnetic acitivity in medial parieto-occipital cortex reflects the perception of visual motion during eye movements. Neuroimage 2004;21:593-600

2003

 

Casile A, Giese M. Roles of motion and form in biological motion recognition. In: Kaynak O, Alpaydin E, Oja E, Xu L (eds.) Artifical Networks and Neural Information Processing. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2714, 2003;854-862

Ilg UJ, Thier P. Visual tracking neurons in primate area MST are activated during smooth pursuit eye movements towards an "imaginary" target. J Neurophysiol 2003;90:1489-1502

Ilg U, Thier P. Zielgerichtete Augenbewegungen. In: Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds.). Neuropsychologie. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003;311-324

Sultan F, Czubayko U, Thier P. Morphological classification of the rat cerebellar nuclei neurons by principal component analysis. J Comp Neurol 2003;455:139-155

Thier P. Die funktionelle Architektur des präfrontalen Kortex. In: Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds.). Neuropsychologie. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003;495-504

Thier P. Grundlagen zielgerichteter Motorik. In: Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds.). Neuropsychologie. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003;285-298.

Thier P. Visuelle Wahrnehmung. In: Karnath H-O, Thier P (eds.). Neuropsychologie. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2003;531-540

2002

 

Möck M, Schwarz C, Thier P (2002) Serotonergic control of cerebellar mossy fiber activity by modulation of signal transfer by rat pontine nuclei neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 88: 549-564

Sultan F, König T, Möck M, Thier P (2002) Quantitative organization of neurotransmitters in the deep cerebellar nuclei of the Lurcher mutant. Journal of Comparative Neurology 452: 311-323

Thier P, Haarmeier T, Ignashchenkova A (2002) The functional architecture of attention. Current Biology 12: 158-162

Thier P, Dicke PW, Haas R, Thielert C-D, Catz N (2002) The role of the oculomotor vermis in the control of saccadic eye movements. Ann NY Acad Sci 978: 50-62

Thier P, Haarmeier T, Chakraborty S, Lindner A, Tikhonov A (2002) Cortical substrates of visuospatial awareness outside the classical dorsal stream of visual processing. In: Cognitive and Neural Bases of Spatial Neglect. Karnath, H.-O. et al. (Eds.) Oxford University Press, pp 71-84

2001

 

Czubayko U, Sultan F, Thier P, Schwarz C (2001). Two types of neurons in the rat cerebellar nuclei as distinguished by membrane potentials and intracellular fillings. Journal of Neurophysiology 85: 2017-2029

Haarmeier T, Bunjes F, Lindner A, Berret E, Thier P (2001). Optimizing visual motion perception during eye movements. Neuron 32: 527-535

Li W, Thier P, Wehrhahn C (2001) Direct responses from beyond the classical receptive field in V1 of alert monkeys. Experimental Brain Research 139: 359-371

Thier P, Haarmeier T, Chakraborty S, Lindner A, Tikhonov A (2001). Cortical substrates of perceptual stability during eye movements. NeuroImage 14: S33-S39

2000

 

Haarmeier T, Thier P (2000). Langsame Augenfolgebewegungen und optokinetischer Reflex. Klin Neurophysiol 31: 224-232

Li W, Thier P, Wehrhahn C (2000) Contextual influence on orientiation discrimination of humans and responses of neurons in V1 of alert monkeys. J Neurophysiol 83: 941-954

Salinas E, Thier P (2000) Gain modulation – a major computational principle of the central nervous system. Neuron 27: 15-21

Schwarz C, Thier P (2000) Binding of signals relevant for action. Towards a hypothesis of the functional role of the pontine nuclei. Reply to Bjaalie and Leergard. Trends in Neuroscience 23: 152-153

Sultan F, Möck M, Thier P (2000) Functional architecture of the cerebellar system. In: Neurological Ataxia (ed. Klockgether, T.), Marcel Dekker, New York, 1-52

Thier P, Dicke PW, Haas R, Barash S (2000) Encoding of movement time by populations of cerebellar Purkinje cells. Nature 405: 72-76

Thier P (2000) Ataxia due to acquired vitamin deficiency or metabolic disorder. In: Neurological Ataxia (ed. Klockgether, T.), Marcel Dekker, New York, 633-648

Prof. Dr. Shabtai Barash (Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel)      

Prof. Dr. Mitchell Glickstein (University College London)

Prof. Dr. Tadashi Isa (National Institute for Physiological Sciences, Okasaki, Japan)

Prof. Dr. Erik de Schutter (Okinawa Institute of science and Technology, Okinawa, Japan)

Prof. Dr. Reza Shadmehr (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA)

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