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        • Multisensory Integration

      • [61] Michail G, Senkowski D, Holtkamp M, Wachter B, Keil J. 2022. Early beta oscillations in multisensory association areas underlie crossmodal performance enhancement. Neuroimage 257:119307 (PDF)
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        • [60] Keil J, Senkowski D, Moran JK. 2022. Early and late evoked brain responses differentially reflect feature encoding and perception of the flash-lag illusion. Neuroimage. 246:118787 (PDF)
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      • [59] Michail G, Senkowski D, Niedeggen M, Keil J. 2021. Memory load alters perception-related oscillations during multisensory integration. J Neurosci. 41:1505-1515. (Abstract)
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    • [58] Kaiser M, Senkowski D, Keil J. 2021. Mediofrontal-theta-band oscillations reflect top-down influence in the ventriloquist illusion. Hum Brain Mapp. 42:452-466. (PDF)
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      [57] Kaiser M, Senkowski D, Busch NA, Balz J, Keil J. 2019. Single trial prestimulus oscillations predict perception of the sound-induced flash illusion. Sci Rep. 9:5983. (PDF)
       
    • [56] Keil J, Senkowski D. 2018. Neural oscillations orchestrate multisensory processing. Neuroscientist. 6:609-626. (PDF)
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    • [55] Michail G, Keil J. 2018. High cognitive load enhances the susceptibility to non-speech audiovisual illusions. Sci Rep. 8:11530. (PDF)
       
        • [54] Keil J, Pomper U, Feuerbach N, Senkowski D. 2017. Temporal orienting precedes intersensory attention and has opposing effects on early evoked brain activity. Neuroimage. 148:230-239. (Abstract)
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        • [53] Keil J, Senkowski D. 2017. Individual alpha frequency relates to the sound-induced flash illusion. Multisens Res. 30:565-578. (Abstract)
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        • [52] Keil J, Pomper U, Senkowski D. 2016. Distinct patterns of local oscillatory activity and functional connectivity underlie intersensory attention and temporal prediction. Cortex. 74:277-288. (Abstract)
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      • [51] Balz J, Keil J, Roa Romero Y, Mekle R, Schubert F, Aydin S, Ittermann B, Gallinat J, Senkowski D. 2016. GABA concentration in superior temporal sulcus predicts gamma power and perception in the sound-induced flash illusion. Neuroimage. 125:724-730. (Abstract)
       
      [50] Krebber M, Harwood J, Spitzer B, Keil J, Senkowski D. 2015. Visuotactile motion congruence enhances gamma-band activity in visual and somatosensory cortices. Neuroimage. 117:160-169. (Abstract)
       
      [49] Roa Romero Y, Senkowski D, Keil J. 2015. Early and late beta-band power reflect audiovisual perception in the McGurk illusion. J Neurophysiol.113:2342-2350. (PDF)
       
      [48] Pomper U, Keil J, Foxe JJ, Senkowski D. 2015. Intersensory selective attention and temporal orienting operate in parallel and are instantiated in spatially distinct sensory and motor cortices. Hum Brain Mapp. 36:3246-59. (Abstract)
       
      [47] Pomper U, Brincker J, Harwood J, Prikhodko I, Senkowski D. 2014. Taking a call is facilitated by the multisensory processing of smartphone vibrations, sounds, and flashes. PLoS One. 9:e103238. (PDF) (Charite press release)
       
      [46] Schepers IM, Schneider TR, Hipp JF, Engel AK, Senkowski D (2013). Noise alters beta-band activtiy in superior temporal cortex during audiovisual speech processing. Neuroimage 70:101-112 (PDF)
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    • [45] Krause H, Schneider TR, Engel AK, Senkowski D. 2012 Capture of visual attention interferes with multisensory speech processing. Front Integr Neurosci. 6:67 (PDF)
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    • [44] Schneider TR, Lorenz S, Senkowski D, Engel AK. 2011. Gamma-band activity as a signature for cross-modal priming of auditory object recognition by active haptic exploration. J Neurosci. 2011. 31:2502-2510. (Abstract)
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    • [43] Senkowski D, Saint-Amour D, Höfle M, Foxe JJ. 2011. Multisensory interactions in early evoked brain activity follow the principle of inverse effectiveness. Neuroimage. 56:2200-2208. (Abstract)
       
    • [42] Talsma D, Senkowski D, Soto-Faraco S, Woldorff MG. 2010. The multifaceted interplay between attention and multisensory integration. Trends Cogn Sci. 14:400-410. (Abstract)
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    • [41] Talsma D, Senkowski D, Woldorff MG. 2009. Intermodal attention affects the processing of the temporal alignment of audiovisual stimuli. Exp Brain Res. 198:313-328. (PDF)
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      • [40] Senkowski D, Schneider TR, Tandler F, Engel AK. 2009. Gamma-band activity reflects multisensory matching in working memory. Exp Brain Res. 198:363-372. (Abstract)
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      • [39] Spence C, Senkowski D, Roder B. 2009. Crossmodal processing. Exp Brain Res. 198:107-110. (Abstract)
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      • [38] Senkowski D, Schneider TR, Foxe JJ, Engel AK. 2008. Crossmodal binding through neural coherence: implications for multisensory processing. Trends Neurosci. 8:401-409. (Abstract)
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    • [37] Senkowski D, Saint-Amour D, Gruber T, Foxe JJ. 2008. Look who's talking: the deployment of visuo-spatial attention during multisensory speech processing under noisy environmental conditions. Neuroimage. 43:379-387. (Abstract)
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    • [36] Senkowski D, Saint-Amour D, Kelly SP, Foxe JJ. 2007. Multisensory processing of naturalistic objects in motion: a high-density electrical mapping and source estimation study. Neuroimage. 36:877-888. (Abstract)

      • [35] Senkowski D, Gomez-Ramirez M, Lakatos P, Wylie GR, Molholm S, Schroeder CE, Foxe JJ. Multisensory processing and oscillatory activity: analyzing non-linear electrophysiological measures in humans and simians. Exp Brain Res. 177:184-195. (Abstract) 

      • [34] Senkowski D, Talsma D, Grigutsch M, Herrmann CS, Woldorff MG. 2007. Good times for multisensory integration: Effects of the precision of temporal synchrony as revealed by gamma-band oscillations. Neuropsychologia. 45:561-571. (Abstract)
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    • [33] Senkowski D, Molholm S, Gomez-Ramirez M, Foxe JJ. 2006. Oscillatory beta activity predicts response speed during a multisensory audiovisual reaction time task: a high-density electrical mapping study. Cereb Cortex. 16:1556-1565. (Abstract)
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      • [32] Senkowski D, Talsma D, Herrmann CS, Woldorff MG. 2005. Multisensory processing and oscillatory gamma responses: effects of spatial selective attention. Exp Brain Res. 166:411-426. (Abstract)
     

          • Schizophrenia  

        • [31] Senkowski D and Moran JK. 2022. Early evoked brain activity underlies auditory and audiovisual speech recognition deficits in schizophrenia. Neuroimage:Clin. 33, 102909 (PDF)
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        • [30] Moran JK, Keil J, Masurovsky A, Gutwinski S, Montag C, Senkowski D. 2021. Multisensory processing can compensate for top-down attention deficits in schizophrenia. Cereb Cortex. 31:5536-5548 (Abstract)
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          • [29] Wooldridge J, Kaiser M, Roa Romero Y, Riecke L, Keil J, Senkowski D. 2020. Low-frequency oscillations reflect aberrant tone restoration during the auditory continuity illusion in schizophrenia. Sci Rep. 10:11872. (PDF)
           
          • [28] Moran JK, Michail G, Heinz A, Keil J, Senkowski D. 2019. Long-Range Temporal Correlations in Resting State Beta Oscillations are Reduced in Schizophrenia. Front Psychiatry. 10:517. (PDF
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          • [27] Balz J, Roa Romero Y, Keil J, Schubert F, Ittermann B, Mekle R, Montag C, Gallinat J, Senkowski D. 2018. Glutamate concentration in the superior temporal sulcus relates to neuroticism in schizophrenia. Front Psychol. 9:578. (PDF)
         
        • [26] Balz J, Roa Romero Y, Keil J, Krebber M, Niedeggen M, Gallinat J, Senkowski D. 2016. Beta/gamma oscillations and event-related potentials indicate aberrant multisensory processing in schizophrenia. Front Psychol. 7:1896. (PDF)
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          [25] Roa Romero Y, Keil J, Balz J, Gallinat J, Senkowski D. 2016. Reduced frontal theta oscillations indicate altered crossmodal prediction error processing in schizophrenia. J Neurophysiol. 116:1396-1407. (Abstract)
           
          [24] Roa Romero Y, Keil J, Balz J, Niedeggen M, Gallinat J, Senkowski D. 2016. Alpha-band oscillations reflect altered multisensory processing of the McGurk illusion in schizophrenia. Front Hum Neurosci. 10:41. (PDF)
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        • [23] Keil J, Roa Romero Y, Balz J, Henjes M, Senkowski D. 2016. Positive and negative symptoms in schizophrenia relate to distinct oscillatory signatures of sensory gating. Front Hum Neurosci. 10:104. (PDF)
         
      • [22] Senkowski D, Gallinat J. 2015. Dysfunctional prefrontal gamma-band oscillations reflect working memory and other cognitive deficits in schizophrenia. Biol Psychiatry. 77:1010-1019. (Abstract)
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      • [21] Gallinat J, Winterer G, Herrmann CS, Senkowski D. 2004. Reduced oscillatory gamma-band responses in unmedicated schizophrenic patients indicate impaired frontal network processing. Clin Neurophysiol. 115:1863-1874 (Abstract)
         
    • [20] Gallinat J, Mulert C, Bajbouj M, Herrmann WM, Schunter J, Senkowski D, Moukhtieva R, Kronfeldt D, Winterer G. 2002. Frontal and temporal dysfunction of auditory stimulus processing in schizophrenia. Neuroimage. 17:110-127. (Abstract)
       
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    Pain

  • [19] Senkowski D, Heinz A. 2016. Chronic pain and distorted body image: Implications for multisensory feedback interventions. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 69:252-259. (Abstract)

    • [18] Senkowski D, Höfle M, Engel AK. 2014. Crossmodal shaping of pain: a multisensory approach to nociception. Trends Cogn Sci. 18:319-327. (Abstract)
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    • [17] Pomper U, Höfle M, Hauck M, Kathmann N, Engel AK, Senkowski D. 2013 Crossmodal bias of visual input on pain perception and pain-induced beta activity. Neuroimage. 66:469-478. (Abstract)
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    • [16] Hofle M, Pomper U, Hauck M, Engel AK, Senkowski D. 2013. Spectral signatures of viewing a needle approaching one's body when anticipating pain. Eur J Neurosci. 38:3089-3098. (Abstract)
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    • [15] Hofle M, Hauck M, Engel AK, Senkowski D. 2012. Viewing a needle pricking a hand that you perceive as yours enhances unpleasantness of pain. Pain. 153:1074-1081. (Abstract) (Elsevier press release)
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    • [14] Senkowski D, Kautz J, Hauck M, Zimmermann R, Engel AK. 2011 Emotional facial expressions modulate pain-induced beta and gamma oscillations in sensorimotor cortex. J Neurosci. 31:14542-14550. (Abstract)
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      • [13] Hofle M, Hauck M, Engel AK, Senkowski D. 2010. Pain processing in multisensory enviornments. e-Neuroforum. 1:23-28. (PDF)
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    • Other topics

    • [12] Senkowski D, Sobirey R, Haslacher D, Soekadar SR. 2022. Boosting working memory: uncovering the differential effects of tDCS and tACS. Cereb Cortex Commun. (PDF)
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    • [11] Moran JK, Bretz J, Winkler J, Gutwinski S, Brandl EJ, Schouler-Ocak M. 2021. The differential impact of lockdown measures upon migrant and female psychiatric patients - a cross-sectional survey in a psychiatric hospital in Berlin, Germany. Front Psychiatry. (PDF)
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        • [10] Speer L, Schuler M, Keil J, Moran JK, Pantazidis P, Amelung T, Florack J, Beier KM, Senkowski D. 2020. Sexual preference for prepubescent children is associated with enhanced processing of child faces in juveniles. Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry. (Abstract)
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        • [9] Kaiser M, Senkowski D, Roa Romero Y, Riecke L, Keil J. 2018. Reduced low-frequency power and phase locking reflect restoration in the auditory continuity illusion. Eur J Neurosci. 48:2849-2856. (PDF)
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        • [8] Senkowski D, Pomper U, Fitzner I, Engel AK, Kral A. 2014. Beta-band activity in auditory pathways reflects speech localization and recognition in bilateral cochlear implant users. Hum Brain Mapp. 35:3107-3121. (PDF)
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      • [7] Gallinat J, Kunz D, Senkowski D, Kienast T, Seifert F, Schubert F, Heinz A. 2006. Hippocampal glutamate concentration predicts cerebral theta oscillations during cognitive processing. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 187:103-11. (PDF)
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      • [6] Senkowski D, Röttger S, Grimm S, Foxe JJ, Herrmann CS. 2005. Kanizsa subjective figures capture visual spatial attention: evidence from electrophysiological and behavioral data. Neuropsychologia. 43:872-886. (PDF)
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        [5] Herrmann CS, Senkowski D, Röttger S. 2004. Phase-locking and amplitude modulations of EEG alpha: Two measures reflect different cognitive processes in a working memory task. Exp Psychol. 51:311-318. (PDF)
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      • [4] Gallinat J, Senkowski D, Wernicke C, Juckel G, Becker I, Sander T, Smolka M, Hegerl U, Rommelspacher H, Winterer G,Herrmann WM. 2003. Allelic variants of the functional promoter polymorphism of the human serotonin transporter gene is associated with auditory cortical stimulus processing. Neuropsychopharmacology. 28:530-532. (PDF)
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      • [3] Senkowski D, Linden M, Zubrägel D, Bär T, Gallinat J. 2003. Evidence for disturbed cortical signal processing and altered serotonergic neurotransmission in generalized anxiety disorder. Biol Psychiatry. 53:304-314 (PDF)
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      • [2] Herrmann CS, Senkowski D, Maess B, Friederici AD. 2002. Spatial versus object feature processing in human auditory cortex: a magnetoencephalographic study. Neurosci Lett. 334:37-40. (PDF)
       
    • [1] Senkowski D, Herrmann CS. 2002. Effects of task difficulty on evoked gamma activity and ERPs in a visual discrimination task. Clin Neurophysiol. 113:1742-1753. (PDF)
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      • Book chapter

[4] Keil J and Senkowski D (2019) Neural network dynamics and audiovisual integration. In: Springer Handbook of Auditory Research on Multisensory Processes. Editor: Wallace M. (PDF)
 
[3] Senkowski D and Engel AK (2012). Oscillatory activity and multisensory processing. In: The New Handbook of Multisensory Processes. MIT Press. Editor: Stein BE. MIT Press. p. 193-205. (PDF)
 
[2] Talsma D, Senkowski D, Soto-Faraco S, Woldorff MG (2012). Influences of top-down attention on multisensory processing. In: The New Handbook of Multisensory Processes. MIT Press. Editor: Stein BE, p. 371-381. (PDF)
 
[1] Engel AK, Senkowski D, Schneider TR (2012). Multisensory integration through neural coherence. In: Frontiers in the Neural Bases of Multisensory Processing. Editors: Murray MM and Wallace MT. CRC Press, Chapter 7, p. 115-130. (Full text)
 
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