Waltraud Stadler
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A shift of visual spatial attention is selectively associated with human EEG alpha activity
P Sauseng, W Klimesch, W Stadler, M Schabus, M Doppelmayr, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 22 (11), 2917-2926, 2005
6522005
Episodic retrieval is reflected by a process specific increase in human electroencephalographic theta activity
W Klimesch, M Doppelmayr, W Stadler, D Pöllhuber, P Sauseng, D Röhm
Neuroscience letters 302 (1), 49-52, 2001
2182001
EEG alpha power and intelligence
M Doppelmayr, W Klimesch, W Stadler, D Pöllhuber, C Heine
Intelligence 30 (3), 289-302, 2002
2142002
Simultaneous desynchronization and synchronization of different alpha responses in the human electroencephalograph: a neglected paradox?
W Klimesch, M Doppelmayr, D Röhm, D Pöllhuber, W Stadler
Neuroscience letters 284 (1-2), 97-100, 2000
1932000
The interplay between theta and alpha oscillations in the human electroencephalogram reflects the transfer of information between memory systems
P Sauseng, W Klimesch, W Gruber, M Doppelmayr, W Stadler, M Schabus
Neuroscience letters 324 (2), 121-124, 2002
1442002
Robotic movement preferentially engages the action observation network
ES Cross, R Liepelt, AF de C. Hamilton, J Parkinson, R Ramsey, ...
Human brain mapping 33 (9), 2238-2254, 2012
1222012
Intelligence related differences in EEG-bandpower
M Doppelmayr, W Klimesch, P Sauseng, K Hödlmoser, W Stadler, ...
Neuroscience Letters 381 (3), 309-313, 2005
1092005
Predicting and memorizing observed action: differential premotor cortex involvement
W Stadler, RI Schubotz, DY von Cramon, A Springer, M Graf, W Prinz
Human brain mapping 32 (5), 677-687, 2011
822011
The time locked theta response reflects interindividual differences in human memory performance
M Doppelmayr, W Klimesch, J Schwaiger, W Stadler, D Röhm
Neuroscience Letters 278 (3), 141-144, 2000
792000
The influence of visual training on predicting complex action sequences
ES Cross, W Stadler, J Parkinson, S Schütz‐Bosbach, W Prinz
Human brain mapping 34 (2), 467-486, 2013
682013
Repetitive TMS suggests a role of the human dorsal premotor cortex in action prediction
W Stadler, DVM Ott, A Springer, RI Schubotz, S Schütz-Bosbach, W Prinz
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 20, 2012
602012
Movement kinematics affect action prediction: comparing human to non-human point-light actions
W Stadler, A Springer, J Parkinson, W Prinz
Psychological research 76 (4), 395-406, 2012
462012
Representing others’ actions: the role of expertise in the aging mind
N Diersch, ES Cross, W Stadler, S Schütz-Bosbach, M Rieger
Psychological research 76 (4), 525-541, 2012
432012
Action prediction in younger versus older adults: neural correlates of motor familiarity
N Diersch, K Mueller, ES Cross, W Stadler, M Rieger, S Schütz-Bosbach
Plos one 8 (5), e64195, 2013
382013
The role of appearance and motion in action prediction
AP Saygin, W Stadler
Psychological research 76 (4), 388-394, 2012
332012
Differential effects of the stimulus sequence on CNV and P300
W Stadler, W Klimesch, V Pouthas, R Ragot
Brain research 1123 (1), 157-167, 2006
322006
The fraction of an action is more than a movement: neural signatures of event segmentation in fMRI
RI Schubotz, FM Korb, AM Schiffer, W Stadler, DY von Cramon
NeuroImage 61 (4), 1195-1205, 2012
252012
Dissociating dynamic probability and predictability in observed actions—an fMRI study
C Ahlheim, W Stadler, RI Schubotz
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 273, 2014
192014
2. Gender-related differences in θ bandpower changes of the EEG during the presentation of erotic and child-related stimuli
M Doppelmayr, W Stadler, P Sauseng, D Rachbauer, W Klimesch
Brain and Cognition 51 (2), 166-168, 2003
192003
Disruption of contralateral inferior parietal cortex by 1 Hz repetitive TMS modulates body sway following unpredictable removal of sway-related fingertip feedback
L Johannsen, F Hirschauer, W Stadler, J Hermsdörfer
Neuroscience letters 586, 13-18, 2015
142015
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