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Year 2015

Aru, J., J. Aru, V. Priesemann, M. Wibral, L. Lana, G. Pipa, W. Singer and R. Vicente: Untangling cross-frequency coupling in neuroscience. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 31: 51-61 (2015).

Merkel, N., G. Bland, M. Wibral and W. Singer: Changing high frequency oscillatory patterns in early visual cortex with MEG neurofeedback. 6th European Conference of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering, IFMBE Proceedings 45: 930-933 (2015).

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Year 2014

Aru, J., J. Aru, V. Priesemann, M. Wibral, L. Lana, G. Pipa, W. Singer and R. Vicente: Untangling cross-frequency coupling in neuroscience. arXiv 1405.7965 (1-42) (2014).

Brunet, N., M. Vinck, C.A. Bosman, W. Singer and P. Fries: Gamma or no gamma, that is the question. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 18(10): 507-509 (2014).

Gericke, C. und W. Singer: Sind Tierversuche sinnvoll? Pro Contra. Salzgitter-Zeitung 28.01.2014 (2014).

Gómez, C., J.T. Lizier, M. Schaum, P. Wollstadt, C. Grützner, P. Uhlhaas, C. Freitag, S. Schlitt, S. Bölte, R. Hornero and M. Wibral: Reduced predictable information in brain signals in autism spectrum disorder. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 8: 9 (1-12) (2014).

Klein, D., A. Rotarska-Jagiela, E. Genc, S. Sritharan, H. Mohr, F. Roux, C.E. Han, M. Kaiser, W. Singer and P.J. Uhlhaas: Adolescent brain maturation and cortical folding: Evidence for reductions in gyrification. PLOS ONE 9(1): e84914 (1-10) (2014).

Lavin, C., R. San Martín and E. Rosales Jubal: Pupil dilation signals uncertainty and surprise in a learning gambling task. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 7: 218 (1-8) (2014).

Moca, V.V., D. Nikolic, W. Singer and R.C. Muresan: Membrane resonance enables stable and robust gamma oscillations. Cerebral Cortex 24(1): 119-142 (2014).

Mroczko-Wasowicz, A. and D. Nikolic: Semantic mechanisms may be responsible for developing synesthesia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8: 509 (1-13) (2014).

Nikolic, D.: Practopoiesis: Or how life fosters a mind. arXiv: 1402.5332 (1-29) (2014).

Premoli, I., N. Castellanos, D. Rivolta, P. Belardinelli, R. Bajo, C. Zipser, S. Espenhahn, T. Heidegger, F. Müller-Dahlhaus and U. Ziemann: TMS-EEG signatures of GABAergic neurotransmission in the human cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 34(16): 5603-5612 (2014).

Priesemann, V., M. Wibral, M. Valderrama, R. Pröpper, M. Le Van Quyen, T. Geisel, J. Triesch, D. Nikolic and M.H.J. Munk: Spike avalanches in vivo suggest a driven, slightly subcritical brain state. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 8: 108 (1-17) (2014).

Rivolta, D., N.P. Castellanos, C. Stawowsky, S. Helbling, M. Wibral, C. Grützner, D. Koethe, K. Birkner, L. Kranaster, F. Enning, W. Singer, F.M. Leweke* and P.J. Uhlhaas*: Source-reconstruction of event-related fields reveals hyperfunction and hypofunction of cortical circuits in antipsychotic-naive, first-episode schizophrenia patients during mooney face processing. The Journal of Neuroscience 34(17): 5909-5917 (2014). *contributed equally to this work

Roux, F. and P.J. Uhlhaas: Working memory and neural oscillations: alpha-gamma versus theta-gamma codes for distinct WM information? Trends in Cognitive Sciences 18(1): 16-25 (2014).

Sancristóbal, B., R. Vicente and J. Garcia-Ojalvo: Role of frequency mismatch in neuronal communication through coherence. Journal of Computational Neuroscience 37(2): 193-208 (2014).

Schwiedrzik, C.M., C.C. Ruff, A. Lazar, F.C. Leitner, W. Singer and L. Melloni: Untangling perceptual memory: Hysteresis and adaptation map into separate cortical networks. Cerebral Cortex 24(5): 1152-1164 (2014).

Singer, W.: Geleitwort. In: A. Stirn, R. Stark, K. Tabbert, S. Wehrum-Osinsky, S. Oddo (Hrsg.). Sexualität, Körper und Neurobiologie. Grundlagen und Störungsbilder im interdisziplinären Fokus. Verlag W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2014, 15-17.

Singer, W.: Was kann ein Mensch wann lernen? In: V. Hüntler, P. Jansen, A. Schilling, A. de Wit (Eds.). AbiBox Erziehungswissenschaft. Schülerarbeitsbuch. 1. Halbjahr der Qualifikationsphase. Entwicklung und Sozialisation in der Kindheit. Interdependenzen und Differenzen. Brinkmann Meyhöfer GmbH & Co.KG, Hannover 2014, 137-139 (140-141). 

Singer, W.: Iconic turn – Vom Bild zur Wahrnehmung. Iconic turn – From image to perception. In: Jules Spinatsch. Vienna MMIX – 10008/7000 Surveillance Panorama Project No. 4 – The Vienna Opera Ball. Verlag Scheidegger & Spiess AG, Zürich 2014, 23-33 (dt.), 34-43 (engl.).

Singer, W.: Foreword. In: N. Tranquillo (Ed.). Dream Consciousness. Allan Hobson’s New Approach to the Brain and Its Mind. Vienna Circle Institute Library 3. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland Zürich 2014, vii-xii.

Singer, W.: How does the finding of a correlation between the three conscious states (REM dream, lucid dream, and waking) and 40 Hz power fit with your suggestion that 40 Hz is a substrate of consciousness? The putative role of synchronized gamma-oscillations in brain states associated with conscious experience. In: N. Tranquillo (Ed.). Dream Consciousness. Allan Hobson’s New Approach to the Brain and Its Mind. Vienna Circle Institute Library 3. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland Zürich 2014, 201-203.

Singer, W.: Erst kommt das Denken, dann die Kunst. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 17.09.2014, 216: N2 (2014).

Singer, W.: In unserem Kopf geht es anders zu, als es uns scheint. Das Gehirn, ein sich selbst organisierendes System. In: H. Fink, R. Rosenzweig (Hrsg.). Bewusstsein – Selbst – Ich. Die Hirnforschung und das Subjektive. Mentis Verlag GmbH, Münster 2014, 17-36.

Singer, W. und P. Müller: Das Gehirn würfelt nicht. SPIEGEL-Gespräch: Der Mensch habe keinen freien Willen, sagte Wolf Singer bei Angela Merkels 50. Geburtstag. Kann Politik von der Hirnforschung lernen? Der Spiegel 29: 38-40 (2014). (Gespräch)

Singer, W., T. Lippert und H. Klein: Das ist wie eine Blackbox. Helmholtz Perspektiven 4, Juli-Aug.: 6-10 (2014). (Gespräch)

Van Leeuwen, T.: Constructing priors in synesthesia. Cognitive Neuroscience 5(2): 124-126 (2014).

Wollstadt, P., M. Martinez-Zarzuela, R. Vicente, F.J. Diaz-Pernas and M. Wibral: Efficient transfer entropy analysis of non-stationary neural time series. PLOS ONE 9(7): e102833 (1-22) (2014).

Zemmar, A., O. Weinmann, Y. Kellner, X. Yu, R. Vicente, M. Gullo, H. Kasper, K. Lussi, Z. Ristic, A.R. Luft, M. Rioult-Pedotti, Y. Zuo, M. Zagrebelsky and M.E. Schwab: Neutralization of Nogo-A enhances synaptic plasticity in the rodent motor cortex and improves motor learning in vivo. The Journal of Neuroscience 34(26): 8685-8698 (2014).

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Year 2013

Aru, J. and T. Bachmann: Phenomenal awareness can emerge without attention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7: 89 (1-2) (2013).
(A commentary on: Cohen, M.A., P. Cavanagh, M.M. Chun, K. Nakayama (2012) The attentional requirements of consciousness. Trends Cogn. Sci. 16: 411-417.)

Battro A., S. Dehaene, M. Sánchez Sorondo and W. Singer (Eds.): Neurosciences and the Human Person: New Perspectives on Human Activities. The Proceedings of the Working Group, 8-10 November 2012, Scripta Varia 121. Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Vatican City 2013, pp. 319.

Buzsáki, G., N. Logothetis and W. Singer: Scaling brain size, keeping timing: Evolutionary preservation of brain rhythms. Neuron 80(3): 751-764 (2013).

Castelhano, J., J. Rebola, B. Leitao, E. Rodriguez and M. Castelo-Branco: To perceive or not perceive: The role of gamma-band activity in signaling object percepts. PLoS ONE 8(6): e66363 (1-10) (2013).

Folias, S.E., S. Yu, A. Snyder, D. Nikolić and J.E. Rubin: Synchronisation hubs in visual cortex may arise from strong rhythmic inhibition during gamma oscillations. European Journal of Neuroscience 38(6): 2864-2883 (2013).

Garcés, P., R. Vicente, M. Wibral, J. A. Pineda-Pardo, M. E. López, S. Aurtenetxe, A. Marcos, M. E. de Andrés, M. Yus, M. Sancho, F. Maestú and A. Fernández: Brain-wide slowing of spontaneous alpha rhythms in mild cognitive impairment. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 5: 100 (1-7) (2013).

Grützner, C., M. Wibral, L. Sun, D. Rivolta, W. Singer, K. Maurer and P.J. Uhlhaas: Deficits in high- (> 60Hz) gamma-band oscillations during visual processing in schizophrenia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7: 88 (1-11) (2013).

Haslinger, R., G. Pipa, L. Lewis, D. Nikolic, Z. Williams and E. Brown: Encoding through patterns: regression tree based neuronal population models. Neural Computation 25: 1953-1993 (2013).

Konrad, K., C. Firk und P.J. Uhlhaas: Hirnentwicklung in der Adoleszenz. Deutsches Ärzteblatt 7: 316-321 (2013).

Konrad, K., C. Firk and P.J. Uhlhaas: Brain development during adolescence. Deutsches Ärzteblatt International 110(25): 425-431 (2013).

Lewis, C.M. and A.E. Lazar: Orienting towards ensembles: From single cells to neural populations. The Journal of Neuroscience 33(1): 2-3 (2013).

Morgan, C., M. O’Donovan, R.A. Bittner, K.S. Cadenhead, P.B. Jones, J. McGrath, S.M. Silverstein, H. Tost, P. Uhlhaas and A. Voineskos: How can risk and resilience factors be leveraged to optimize discovery pathways? In: S.M. Silverstein, B. Moghaddam, T. Wykes (Eds.). Schizophrenia. Evolution and Synthesis. Strüngmann Forum Reports. The MIT Press and the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Cambridge 2013, 137-164.

Mroczko-Wasowicz, A. and D. Nikolić: Coloured alphabets in bi-lingual synaesthetes. In: J. Simner, E.M. Hubbard (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Synaesthesia. Oxford University Press, Oxford 2013, 165-180.

Müller, N.G., H. Strumpf, M. Scholz, B. Baier and L. Melloni: Repetition suppression versus enhancement – It’s quantity that matters. Cerebral Cortex 23(2): 315-322 (2013).

Nikolic, D., P. Fries and W. Singer: Gamma oscillations: precise temporal coordination without a metronome. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 17(2): 54-55 (2013).

Pampu N.C., R. Vicente, R.C. Muresan, V. Priesemann, F. Siebenhühner and M. Wibral: Transfer entropy as a tool for reconstructing interaction delays in neural signals. Proceedings of International Symposium on Signals, Circuits & Systems - ISSCS 2013, IEEE (1-4) (2013).

Petersen, S. and W. Singer (Eds.): Macrocircuits. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 23(2), Elsevier, Amsterdam NL 2013, 159-290.

Petersen, S. and W. Singer: Editorial overview. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 23(2): 159-161 (2013).

Rivolta, D.: Prosopagnosia. When all faces look the same. Cognitive Systems Monographs, Vol. 20. Springer, 95 p. (2013).

Rivolta, D., R. Palermo and L. Schmalzl: What is overt and what is covert in congenital prosopagnosia? Neuropsychology Review 23(2): 111-116 (2013).

Rothen, N., D. Nikolic, U.M. Jürgens, A. Mroczko-Wasowicz, J. Cock and B. Meier: Psychophysiological evidence for the genuineness of swimming-style colour synaesthesia. Consciousness and Cognition 22(1): 35-46 (2013).

Roux, F., M. Wibral, W. Singer, J. Aru and P.J. Uhlhaas: The phase of thalamic alpha activity modulates cortical gamma-band activity: Evidence from resting-state MEG recordings. The Journal of Neuroscience 33(45): 17827-17835 (2013).

Sancristóbal, B., R. Vicente, A.J. Pons, G. Pipa and J. Garcia-Ojalvo: Modulating the phase coherence of neuronal population oscillations in the gamma band. Advances in Cognitive Neurodynamics III: 475-481 (2013).

Sancristóbal, B., R. Vicente, J.M. Sancho and J. Garcia-Ojalvo: Emergent bimodal firing patterns implement different encoding strategies during gamma-band oscillations. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 7: 18 (1-13) (2013).

Sedda, A., D. Rivolta, P. Scarpa, M. Burt, E. Frigerio, G. Zanardi, A. Piazzini, K. Turner, M.P. Canevini, S. Francione, G. Lo Russo and G. Bottini: Ambiguous emotion recognition in temporal lobe epilepsy: The role of expression intensity. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 13(3): 452-463 (2013).

Seehaus, A.K., A. Roebroeck, O. Chiry, D.-S. Kim, I. Ronen, H. Bratzke, R. Goebel and R.A.W. Galuske: Histological validation of DW-MRI tractography in human postmortem tissue. Cerebral Cortex 23(2): 442-450 (2013).

Singer, W.: The brain: A highly distributed self-organizing system. Who has the initiative? In: G. Auletta, I. Colagè, M. Jeannerod (Eds.). Brains Top Down. Is Top-Down Causation Challenging Neuroscience? World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore 2013, 143-166.

Singer, W.: Widersprüche zwischen Intuition und neurobiologischen Erkenntnissen. In: A. Nordheim, K. Antoni (Hrsg.). Grenzüberschreitungen. Der Mensch im Spannungsfeld von Biologie, Kultur und Technik. Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld 2013, 11-39.

Singer, W.: The neuronal correlate of consciousness: Unity in time rather than space? Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Scripta Varia 121: 51-67 (2013).

Singer, W.: Cortical dynamics revisited. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 17(12): 616-626 (2013).

Singer, W.: Entstehung und Bedeutung von Ritualen. Ein Versuch. Revue - Magazine for the Next Society 14: 66-71 (2013).

Singer, W.: In unserem Kopf geht es anders zu, als es uns scheint – Das Gehirn – ein sich selbst organisierendes System. Vortrag, Symposium Turmdersinne, Bewusstsein - Selbst – Ich, 4.-6. Oktober 2013, Stadthalle Fürth. Geist in Bewegung, Auditorium Netzwerk, Müllheim/Baden 2013, 2 DVDs: TDS13-V1D 41 Min., TDS13-V1C 40 Min.

Singer, W.: Current findings from brain science in childhood development. In: J.F. Maas, S.C. Ehmig, C. Seelmann (Eds.). Prepare for Life! Raising Awareness for Early Literacy Education. Results and Implications of the International Conference of Experts 2013. Stiftung Lesen, Mainz 2013, 17-26.

Singer, W. und M. Eckoldt: Heute weiß ich weniger über das Gehirn, als ich vor 20 Jahren zu wissen glaubte. Wolf Singer über die Suche nach dem Sitz des Bewußtseins, eine zufällige Entdeckung und die Aufklärung von Tierschützern. In: M. Eckoldt (Hrsg.). Kann das Gehirn das Gehirn verstehen? Gespräche über Hirnforschung und die Grenzen unserer Erkenntnis. Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag und Verlagsbuchhandlung GmbH, Heidelberg 2013, 194-217.

Singer, W. and A. Lipinski: Mózg na kontemplacji. Style Charaktery. Medytacja. Dla kogo? Po co? Jak? 4: 72-77 (2013). (Interview)

Singer, W. und S. Päch: Physik und Biologie wachsen zusammen. Prof. Wolf Singer und die Theoretisierung der belebten Natur. HYPERRAUM.TV (2013).
www.hyperraum.tv/2013/08/27/physik-und-biologie-wachsen-zusammen/
(Online-Interview, 15 min.)

Singer, W. und S. Päch: Experimentierfeld lebendes Gehirn. Neurowissenschaftler brauchen bessere Messinstrumente. HYPERRAUM.TV (2013).
www.hyperraum.tv/2013/10/15/experimente-am-lebenden-gehirn/
(Online-Interview, 15 min.)

Singer, W. und M. Ricard: Altruismus und Wohlbefinden. In: R. Oehler (Hrsg.). Gesundheit neu denken. Ein Lesebuch mit Anregungen und Anleitungen. Beltz Verlag, Weinheim und Basel 2013, 268-276. (Gespräch)

Sun, L., N. Castellanos, C. Grützner, D. Koethe, D. Rivolta, M. Wibral, L. Kranaster, W. Singer, M.F. Leweke and P.J. Uhlhaas: Evidence for dysregulated high-frequency oscillations during sensory processing in medication-naïve, first episode schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 150(2-3): 519-525 (2013).

Tan, H.-R.M., L. Lana and P.J.Uhlhaas: High-frequency neural oscillations and visual processing deficits in schizophrenia. Frontiers in Psychology 4: 621 (1-19) (2013).

Uhlhaas, P.J.: Dysconnectivity, large-scale networks and neuronal dynamics in schizophrenia. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 23(2): 283-290 (2013).

Uhlhaas, P.J. and W. Singer: High-frequency oscillations and the neurobiology of schizophrenia. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience 15: 301-313 (2013).

Uhlhaas, P.J., F. Roux and W. Singer: Thalamocortical synchronization and cognition: Implications for schizophrenia? Neuron 77: 997-999 (2013).

van Leeuwen, T.M.: Individual differences in synaesthesia. In: J. Simner, E.M. Hubbard (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Synaesthesia. Oxford University Press, Oxford 2013, 241-264.

van Leeuwen, T., P. Hagoort and B.F. Händel: Real color captures attention and overrides spatial cues in grapheme-color synesthetes but not in controls. Neuropsychologia 51: 1802-1813 (2013).

Weigelt, S., W. Singer and A. Kohler: Feature-based attention affects direction-selective fMRI adaptation in hMT+. Cerebral Cortex 23(9): 2169-2178 (2013).

Wibral, M., N. Pampu, V. Priesemann, F. Siebenhühner, H. Seiwert, M. Lindner, J.T. Lizier and R. Vicente: Measuring information-transfer delays. PLOS ONE 8(2): e55809 (1-19) (2013).

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Year 2012

Alink, A., F. Euler, E. Galeano, A. Krugliak, W. Singer and A. Kohler: Auditory motion capturing ambiguous visual motion. Frontiers in Psychology 2: 391 (1-8) (2012).

Alink, A., F. Euler, N. Kriegeskorte, W. Singer and A. Kohler: Auditory motion direction encoding in auditory cortex and high-level visual cortex. Human Brain Mapping 33(4): 969-978 (2012).

Aru, J., N. Axmacher, A.T.A. Do Lam, J. Fell, C.E. Elger, W. Singer and L. Melloni: Local category-specific gamma band responses in the visual cortex do not reflect conscious perception. The Journal of Neuroscience 32(43): 14909-14914 (2012).

Aru, J., T. Bachmann, W. Singer and L. Melloni: Distilling the neural correlates of consciousness. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 36(2): 737-746 (2012).

Aru, J., K. Korjus, C. Murd and T. Bachmann: Spectral signatures of the effects of caffeine and occipitally applied transcranial magnetic stimulation in a task-free experimental setup. Journal of Caffeine Research 2(1): 23-30 (2012).

Cho, K.-H., H.-J. Jang, Y.-H. Jo, W. Singer and D.-J. Rhie: Cholinergic induction of input-specific late-phase LTP via localized Ca2+ release in the visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 32(13): 4520-4530 (2012).

D’Huys, O., I. Fischer, J. Danckaert and R. Vicente: Spectral and correlation properties of rings of delay-coupled elements: Comparing linear and nonlinear systems. Physical Review E 85: 056209 (1-5) (2012).

D’Huys, O, L. Lean, R. Vicente, J. Danckaert and I. Fischer: Dynamical properties of two delay-coupled lasers: on spectra, correlations and synchronisation. Proceedings of the SPIE – The International Society for Optical Engineering 8432: 843215 (1-12) (2012).

Gansel, K.S. and W. Singer: Detecting multineuronal temporal patterns in parallel spike trains. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 6: 18 (1-16) (2012).

Haslinger, R., G. Pipa, B. Lima, W. Singer, E.N. Brown and S. Neuenschwander: Context matters: The illusive simplicity of macaque V1 receptive fields. PLoS One 7(7): e39699 (1-17) (2012).

Jürgens, U.M. and D. Nikolic: Ideaesthesia: Conceptual processes assign similar colours to similar shapes. Translation Neuroscience 3(1): 22-27 (2012).

Knöchel, C., V. Oertel-Knöchel, R. Schönmeyer, A. Rotarska-Jagiela, V. van de Ven, D. Prvulovic, C. Haenschel, P. Uhlhaas, J. Pantel, H. Hampel and D.E.J. Linden: Interhemispheric hypoconnectivity in schizophrenia: Fiber integrity and volume differences of the corpus callosum in patients and unaffected relatives. Neuroimage 59(2): 926-934 (2012).

Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften und Union der deutschen Akademien der Wissenschaften (Hrsg.). Koordinator: M.J. Lohse. (u.a. - unter Mitarbeit von W. Singer): Ad-hoc-Stellungnahme. Tierversuche in der Forschung. Empfehlungen zur Umsetzung der EU-Richtlinie 2010/63/EU in deutsches Recht. Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina e.V. – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften –, Halle (Saale) 2012, pp. 44. (Weißbuch)

Melloni, L., S. van Leeuwen, A. Alink and N.G. Müller: Interaction between bottom-up saliency and top-down control: How saliency maps are created in the human brain. Cerebral Cortex 22(12): 2943-2952 (2012).

Nikolic, D. und K. Gansel: Der Kontext entscheidet. Gehirn & Geist 5: 20-23 (2012).

Nikolic, D., R.C. Muresan, W. Feng and W. Singer: Scaled correlation analysis: a better way to compute a cross-correlogram. European Journal of Neuroscience 35(5): 742-762 (2012).

Ogorek, R. und W. Singer: Das aberrante Hirn. Gespräch zwischen Regina Ogorek und Wolf Singer. Berichte aus der Welt des Rechts. Myops 16: 6-19 (2012).

Pena, M. and L. Melloni: Brain oscillations during spoken sentence processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24(5): 1149-1164 (2012).

Pipa, G., Z. Chen, S. Neuenschwander, B. Lima and E.N. Brown: Mapping of visual receptive fields by tomographic reconstruction. Neural Computation 24(10): 2543-2578 (2012).

Rivolta, D.: Prosopagnosia: Un mondo di facce uguali. Ferrari Sinibaldi Editore, Milano 2012, pp. 160.

Rivolta, D., R. Palermo, L. Schmalzl and M.A. Williams: Investigating the features of the M170 in congenital prosopagnosia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6: 45 (1-13) (2012).

Roux, F., M. Wibral, H.M. Mohr, W. Singer and P.J. Uhlhaas: Gamma-band activity in human prefrontal cortex codes for the number of relevant items maintained in working memory. The Journal of Neuroscience 32(36): 12411-12420 (2012).

Schmid, M.C., W. Singer and P. Fries: Thalamic coordination of cortical communication. Neuron 75: 551-552 (2012).

Singer, W.: What binds it all together? Synchronized oscillatory activity in normal and pathological cognition. In: F.G. Barth, P. Giampieri-Deutsch, H.-D. Klein (eds.). Sensory Perception. Mind and Matter. Springer-Verlag, Wien 2012, 57-70.

Singer, W.: “Denken ist nicht verlässlicher als Wahrnehmen”. Konflikte zwischen Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologischer Fremdbeschreibung. TheEducator 1, Juni/Juli 2012: 05 (2012).

Singer, W.: Neuronale und bewusste Prozesse – Eine schwierige Beziehung. In: J. Nida-Rümelin, E. Özmen (Hrsg.). Kolloquium 9, Ursachen und Gründe in der Neurophilosophie. Welt der Gründe. Proceedings des XXII. Deutschen Kongresses für Philosophie, Sept. 2011 München. Deutsches Jahrbuch Philosophie 4. Felix Meiner Verlag GmbH, Hamburg 2012, 465-477.

Singer, W. and M. Büsser: What economists can learn from neuroscientists. The House of Finance, Newsletter 4th Quarter 2012: 12 (2012). (Interview)

Singer, W., H. Engeln und R. Harf: Wie das Gehirn sich selbst erkennt. GEO kompakt 32: 52-62 (2012). (Gespräch)

Singer, W. und A. Kluge: Das Orchester ohne Dirigent. Die Welt kompakt 14. Dez. 2012: 112008617 (1-4) (www.welt.de/112008617) (2012). (Interview)

Singer, W. und S. Zoske: Wolf Singer im Porträt. Was ist denn das für eine zerebrale Gymnastik? Frankfurter Allgemeine Rhein-Main 09.09.2012, 11883634.html (1-4). (Interview)

Sun, L., C. Grützner, S. Bölte, M. Wibral, T. Tozman, S. Schlitt, F. Poustka, W. Singer, C.M. Freitag and P.J. Uhlhaas: Impaired gamma-band activity during perceptual organization in adults with autism spectrum disorders: Evidence for dysfunctional network activity in frontal-posterior cortices. The Journal of Neuroscience 32(28): 9563-9573 (2012).

Turi, G., S. Gotthardt, W. Singer, T. Anh Vuong, M. Munk and M. Wibral: Quantifying additive evoked contributions to the event-related potential. NeuroImage 59(3): 2607-2624 (2012).

Uhlhaas, P.J. and W. Singer: Neuronal dynamics and neuropsychiatric disorders: Toward a translational paradigm for dysfunctional large-scale networks. Neuron 75(6): 963-980 (2012).

Van Leeuwen, S., W. Singer and L. Melloni: Meditation increases the depth of information processing and improves the allocation of attention in space. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6: 133 (1-16) (2012).

Vicente, R. and C.R. Mirasso: Cuando las neuronas sincronizan sus relojes. Mente y Cerebro 53: 62-71 (2012).

Weigelt, S., K. Limbach, W. Singer and A. Kohler: Orientation-selective functional magnetic resonance imaging adaptation in primary visual cortex revisited. Human Brain Mapping 33(3): 707-714 (2012).

Wibral, M., P. Wollstadt, U. Meyer, N. Pampu, V. Priesemann and R. Vicente: Revisiting Wiener’s principle of causality – interaction-delay reconstruction using transfer entropy and multivariate analysis on delay-weighted graphs. 34th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC) San Diego, California USA, 28 August - 1 September, 2012: 3676-3679 (2012).

Womelsdorf, T., B. Lima, M. Vinck, R. Oostenveld, W. Singer, S. Neuenschwander and P. Fries: Orientation selectivity and noise correlation in awake monkey area V1 are modulated by the gamma cycle. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 109(11): 4302-4307 (2012).

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Year 2011

Aus der Au Heymann, C., H. Förstl, K. Mainzer, W. Singer, V. Sturm, A. Müller-Lissner und S. Schwanitz: Zentrum “Dialog mit den Wissenschaften”. Die Zukunft unseres Gehirns. In: A. Glück, E. Nagel, S. Lechner, T. Großmann (Hrsg.). Damit ihr Hoffnung habt. 2. Ökumenischer Kirchentag. 12.-16. Mai 2010 in München. Dokumentation. Gütersloher Verlagshaus, Gütersloh 2011, 484-495.

Battro, A.M., S. Dehaene and W.J. Singer (Eds.): Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarvm Scripta Varia 117. The Proceedings of the Working Group on Human Neuroplasticity and Education. 27-28 October 2010. The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Vatican City 2011, pp. 260.

Battro, A.M., S. Dehaene and W.J. Singer: Introduction. In: Battro, A.M., S. Dehaene, W.J. Singer (eds.). Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarvm Scripta Varia 117. The Proceedings of the Working Group on Human Neuroplasticity and Education. 27-28 October 2010. The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Vatican City 2011, 11-12.

Battro, A.M., S. Dehaene, W.J. Singer, A.M. Galaburda, H.J. Neville and F. Varga-Khadem: Human neuroplasticity and education. Final statement. In: A.M. Battro, S. Dehaene, W.J. Singer (eds.). Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarvm Scripta Varia 117. The Proceedings of the Working Group on Human Neuroplasticity and Education. 27-28 October 2010. The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Vatican City 2011, 223-234.

D’Huys, O., I. Fischer, J. Danckaert and R. Vicente: Role of delay for the symmetry in the dynamics of networks. Physical Review E 83: 046223 (1-7) (2011).

Echtermeyer, C., C.E. Han, A. Rotarska-Jagiela, H. Mohr, P.J. Uhlhaas and M. Kaiser: Integrating temporal and spatial scales: human structural network motifs across age and region of interest size. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 5: 10 (1-14) (2011).

Eriksson, D., R. Vicente and K. Schmidt: A linear model of phase-dependent power correlations in neuronal oscillations. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 5: 34 (1-14) (2011).

Genc, E., J. Bergmann, W. Singer and A. Kohler: Interhemispheric connections shape subjective experience of bistable motion. Current Biology 21(17): 1494-1499 (2011).

Genc, E., J. Bergmann, F. Tong, R. Blake, W. Singer and A. Kohler: Callosal connections of primary visual cortex predict the spatial spreading of binocular rivalry across the visual hemifields. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5: 161 (1-12) (2011).

Gerhard, F., R. Haslinger and G. Pipa: Applying the multivariate time-rescaling theorem to neural population models. Neural Computation 23(6): 1452-1483 (2011).

Gerhard, F., G. Pipa, B. Lima, S. Neuenschwander and W. Gerstner: Extraction of network topology from multi-electrode recordings: is there a small-world effect? Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 5: 4 (1-13) (2011).

Havenith, M.N., S. Yu, J. Biederlack, N.-H. Chen, W. Singer and D. Nikolic: Synchrony makes neurons fire in sequence, and stimulus properties determine who is ahead. The Journal of Neuroscience 31(23): 8570-8584 (2011).

Ito, J., P. Maldonado, W. Singer and S. Grün: Saccade-related modulations of neuronal excitability support synchrony of visually elicited spikes. Cerebral Cortex 21: 2482-2497 (2011).

Jurjut, O.F., D. Nikolic, W. Singer, S. Yu, M.N. Havenith and R.C. Muresan: Timescales of multineuronal activity patterns reflect temporal structure of visual stimuli. PLOS One 6(2): e16758 (1-15) (2011).

Lazar, A., G. Pipa, and J. Triesch: Emerging Bayesian priors in a self-organizing recurrent network. Artificial Neural Networks and Machine Learning, ICANN 2011, Espoo, Finland, 14-17 June 2011, Part II, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6792: 127–134 (2011).

Lima, B., W. Singer and S. Neuenschwander: Gamma responses correlate with temporal expectation in monkey primary visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 31(44): 15919-15931 (2011).

Lindner, M., R. Vicente, V. Priesemann and M. Wibral: TRENTOOL: A matlab open source toolbox to analyse information flow in time series data with transfer entropy. BioMedCentral Neuroscience 12: 119 (1-22) (2011).

Luck, S.J., D.H. Mathalon, B.F. O’Donnell, M.S. Hämäläinen, K.M. Spencer, D.C. Javitt and P.J. Uhlhaas: A roadmap for the development and validation of event-related potential biomarkers in schizophrenia research. Biological Psychiatry 70(1): 28-34 (2011).

Melloni, L., C.M. Schwiedrzik, N. Müller, E. Rodriguez and W. Singer: Expectations change the signatures and timing of electrophysiological correlates of perceptual awareness. The Journal of Neuroscience 31(4): 1386-1396 (2011).

Melloni, L. and W. Singer: The explanatory gap in neuroscience. The Scientific Legacy of the 20th Century. The Proceedings of the Plenary Session 28. Oct. – 1. Nov. 2010. Vatican City 2011. Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarvm Acta 21: 61-73 (2011).

Moca, V.V., I. Tincas, L. Melloni and R.C. Muresan: Visual exploration and object recognition by lattice deformation. Public Library of Science One 6(7): e22831 (1-16) (2011).

Mohr, H.M., N.S. Linder, H. Dennis and R. Sireteanu: Orientation-specific aftereffects to mentally generated lines. Perception 40(3): 272-290 (2011).

Naumer, M.J., J.J.F. van den Bosch, M. Wibral, A. Kohler, W. Singer, J. Kaiser, V. van de Ven and L. Muckli: Investigating human audio-visual object perception with a combination of hypothesis-generating and hypothesis-testing fMRI analysis tools. Experimental Brain Research 213(2-3): 309-320 (2011).

Nida-Rümelin, J. und W. Singer: Erregungsmuster und gute Gründe. Über Bewusstsein und freien Willen. In: T. Bonhoeffer, P. Gruss (Hrsg.). Zukunft Gehirn. Neue Erkenntnisse, neue Herausforderungen. Ein Report der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft. Verlag C.H. Beck oHG, München 2011, 253-277.

Nikolic, D. and U.M. Jürgens: Sinfonie in Rot. Gehirn & Geist 6/2011: 58-63 (2011).

Nikolic, D., U.M. Jürgens, N. Rothen, B. Meier and A. Mroczko: Swimming-style synesthesia. Cortex 47: 874-879 (2011).

Pérez, T., G.C. Garcia, V.M. Eguilus, R. Vicente, G. Pipa and C. Mirasso: Effect of the topology and delayed interactions in neuronal networks synchronization. PLoS One 6(5): e19900 (1-9) (2011).

Pipa, G. and M.H.J. Munk: Higher order spike synchrony in prefrontal cortex during visual memory. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 5: 23 (1-13) (2011).

The Royal Society (Ed.), N. Mackintosh, A. Baddeley, R. Brownsword, L. Claydon, J. Harris, G. Rees, N. Rose, M. Rutter and W. Singer (co-authors): Brain Waves Module 4: Neuroscience and the law. The Royal Society, London 2011, pp. 32.

Scheller, B., G. Pipa, H. Kertscho, P. Lauscher, J. Ehrlich, O. Habler, K. Zacharowski and J. Meier: Low hemoglobin levels during normovolemia are associated with electrocardiographic changes in pigs. Shock 35(4): 375-381 (2011).

Scheller, B., M. Castellano, R. Vicente and G. Pipa: Spike train auto-structure impacts post-synaptic firing and timing-based plasticity. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 5: 60 (1-16) (2011).

Schmidt, K.E., S.G. Lomber, B.R. Payne and R.A.W. Galuske: Pattern motion representation in primary visual cortex is mediated by transcortical feedback. NeuroImage 54: 474-484 (2011).

Schwiedrzik, C.M., W. Singer and L. Melloni: Subjective and objective learning effects dissociate in space and in time. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 108(11): 4506-4511 (2011).
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Singer, W. (2011) Der Körper in der Kunst. In: F. Krämer, M. Hollein (Hrsg.). Kunst der Moderne. 1800-1945 im Städel Museum. Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern 2011, 37-39

Singer, W., A. Slavik und H.-J. Jakobs: “Ich wartete, ob Gott mich bestraft” Süddeutsche Zeitung, Bayern/München Ausgabe vom 23.12.2011: 26 (2011). (Interview)

Singer, W.: Geleitwort. In: G. Schiepek (Hrsg.): Neurobiologie der Psychotherapie. Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart 2011, VI.

Singer, W.: Das Gehirn als komplexes System. Das Gehirn - ein komplexes, sich selbst organisierendes System. In: G. Schiepek (Hrsg.). Neurobiologie der Psychotherapie. Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart 2011, 133-141.

Singer, W.: Ein notwendiges Produkt unserer Evolution. Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Spezial (Rituale. Was unser Leben zusammenhält) 1/11: 15-19 (2011).

Singer, W.: A determinist view of brain, mind and consciousness. In: The Royal Society. Brain Waves Module 1: Neuroscience, Society and Policy. The Royal Society, London 2011, 41-48.

Singer, W.: Dynamic formation of functional networks by synchronization. Neuron 69: 191-193 (2011).

Singer, W.: Epigenesis and brain plasticity in education. In: A. M. Battro, K. W. Fischer, P. J. Léna (eds.). The Educated Brain. Essays in Neuroeducation. Pontifical Academy of Sciences and Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2008, 97-109. Übersetzung in Chinesisch, Chapter 6: 91-101 (2011).

Singer, W.: Nähe per Nasenspray – Hirnforscher Professor Dr. Wolf Singer über die Verankerung unserer Gefühle. In: Frankfurter Volksbank eG, Frankfurt am Main. Geschäftsbericht 2010, Frankfurter Volksbank: 16 (2011). (Interview)

Singer, W.: Man kann auch würfeln. In: DZ Equity Partner GmbH, Frankfurt am Main. Voneinander lernen 2011/01: 9-11 (2011). (Interview)

Singer, W.: Warum würfeln wir nicht? Plädoyer für eine Irrtumskultur. Zukunfts-Express. Die überregionale und unabhängige Zeitung des Frankfurter Zukunftsrates e. V. 1: 2-3 (2011).

Singer, W.: Wer regiert im Kopf? – Philosophische Implikationen der Hirnforschung. Nova Acta Leopoldina NF 110(377): 325-352 (2011).

Singer, W.: Time matters. In: L.M. Chalupa, N. Berardi, M. Caleo, L. Galli-Resta, T. Pizzorusso (Eds.). Cerebral Plasticity. New Perspectives. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 2011, 247-258.

Singer, W.: Ich denke, also bin ich Ich? Philosophische Implikationen der Hirnforschung. In: T. Müller, T.M. Schmidt (Hrsg.). Ich denke also bin ich Ich? Das Selbst zwischen Neurobiologie, Philosophie und Religion. Religion, Theologie und Naturwissenschaft. Bd. 14. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Co. KG, Göttingen 2011, 15-28.

Singer, W.: Entstehung und Bedeutung von Ritualen. Ein Versuch. In: C. Tewes, K. Vieweg (Hrsg.). Natur und Geist. Über ihre evolutionäre Verhältnisbestimmung. Akademie Verlag GmbH, Berlin 2011, 67-73.

Singer, W.: Doświadczanie siebie a opis neurobiologiczny. Dwa konfliktowe źródła poznania. In: A. Pacholik-Zuromska (red.). Niemiecka Analityczna Filozofia Umysłu. Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika, Toruń 2011, 191-216.

Singer, W.: Geleitwort. In: P. Uhlhaas, K. Konrad (Hrsg.): Das adoleszente Gehirn. W. Kohlhammer GmbH, Stuttgart 2011, 5-7.

Singer, W., W. D’Inka und P. Lückemeier: Wir lernen unser Leben lang. In: W. D’Inka, P. Lückemeier (Hrsg.). Gesprächsstoff. Die Interviews aus der F.A.Z. Rhein-Main-Zeitung. Frankfurter Societäts-Medien GmbH, Frankfurt am Main 2011, 106-113. (Interview)

Singer, W., C. Massinger und F. Moritz: Schreiben hat eine andere Wahrheit. Scriptura 2011, A. W. Faber-Castell Schweiz AG: 20-23 (2011). (Interview)

Singer, W. und U. Pontes: Ist der freie Wille wirklich frei? dasGehirn.info (1 S.) (2011). (Interview)

Singer, W. und P. Weibel: Warum sich die Medienkunst für Neurologie interessiert. Wolf Singer und Peter Weibel über “Gehirn und Kunst”. Newsletter 2011, Hertie-Institut für klinische Hirnforschung, Tübingen 2011, S. 3. (Gespräch)

Stamm, M., J. Aru and T. Bachmann: Right-frontal slow negative potentials evoked by occipital TMS are reduced in NREM sleep. Neuroscience Letters 493: 116-121 (2011).

Uhlhaas, P. and W. Singer: Developmental changes in neuronal oscillations and synchrony: Evidence for a late critical period. In: A.M. Battro, S. Dehaene, W.J. Singer (eds.). Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarvm Scripta Varia 117. The Proceedings of the Working Group on Human Neuroplasticity and Education. 27-28 October 2010. The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Vatican City 2011, 218-229.

Uhlhaas, P.: The adolescent brain: Implications for the understanding, pathophysiology, and treatment of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin 37(3): 480-483 (2011).

Uhlhaas, P.: High-frequency oscillations in schizophrenia. Clinical EEG and Neuroscience 42(2): 77-82 (2011).

Uhlhaas, P.: Entwicklung von neuronalen Oszillationen und Synchronisation in der Adoleszenz. In: P. Uhlhaas, K. Konrad (Hrsg.): Das adoleszente Gehirn. W. Kohlhammer GmbH, Stuttgart 2011, 173-186.

Uhlhaas, P. and K. Konrad (Hrsg.): Das adoleszente Gehirn. W. Kohlhammer GmbH, Stuttgart 2011, pp. 310.

Uhlhaas, P. and K. Konrad: Einführung. In: P. Uhlhaas, K. Konrad (Hrsg.): Das adoleszente Gehirn. W. Kohlhammer GmbH, Stuttgart 2011, 19-22.

Uhlhaas, P. and K. Konrad: Das adoleszente Gehirn: eine Perspektive. In: P. Uhlhaas, K. Konrad (Hrsg.): Das adoleszente Gehirn. W. Kohlhammer GmbH, Stuttgart 2011, 261-264.

Uhlhaas, P., G. Pipa, S. Neuenschwander, M. Wibral and W. Singer: A new look at gamma? High- (>60 Hz) γ-band activity in cortical networks: Function, mechanisms and impairment. Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology 105(1-2): 14-28 (2011).

Uhlhaas, P. and W. Singer: The development of neural synchrony and large-scale cortical networks during adolescence: Relevance for the pathophysiology of schizophrenia and neurodevelopmental hypothesis. Schizophrenia Bulletin 37(3): 514-523 (2011).

Uhlhaas, P. and W. Singer: Brain evolution and cognition: Psychosis as evolutionary cost for complexity and cognitive abilities in humans. In: W. Welsch, W. Singer, A. Wunder (Eds.). Interdisciplinary Anthropology. Continuing Evolution of Man. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg 2011, 1-17.

Vicente, R., M. Wibral, M. Lindner and G. Pipa: Transfer entropy - a model-free measure of effective connectivity for the neurosciences. Journal of Computational Neuroscience 30(1): 45-67 (2011).

Wang, P. and D. Nikolic: An LCD monitor with sufficiently precise timing for research in vision. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5: 85 (1-10) (2011).

Welsch, W., W. Singer and A. Wunder (Eds.): Interdisciplinary Anthropology. Continuing Evolution of Man. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg 2011, pp.174.

Wibral, M., B. Rahm, M. Rieder, M. Lindner, R. Vicente and J. Kaiser: Transfer entropy in magnetoencephalographic data: Quantifying information flow in cortical and cerebellar networks. Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology 105: 80-97 (2011).

Wu, W., D.W. Wheeler and G. Pipa: Bivariate and multivariate NeuroXidence: a robust and reliable method to detect modulations of spike-spike synchronization across experimental conditions. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 5: 14 (1-11) (2011).

Yu, S. and D. Nikolic: Quantum mechanics needs no consciousness. Annalen der Physik 523(11): 931-938 (2011).

Yu, S., H. Yang, H. Nakahara, G.S. Santos, D. Nikolic and D. Plenz: Higher-order interactions characterized in cortical activity. The Journal of Neuroscience 31(48): 17514-17526 (2011).

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Alink, A., C.M. Schwiedrzik, A. Kohler, W. Singer and L. Muckli: Stimulus predictability reduces responses in primary visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 30(8): 2960-2966 (2010).Balaban, E., S. Edelman, S. Grillner, U. Grodzinski, E.D. Jarvis, J.H. Kaas, G. Laurent and G. Pipa: Evolution of dynamic coordination. In: Von der Malsburg, C., W.A. Phillips and W. Singer (Eds.). Dynamic Coordination in the Brain. From Neurons to Mind. Strüngmann Forum Report, Vol. 5. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA & FIAS Frankfurt a. M. 2010, 59-82.Cho, K.-H., J.H. Jang, H.-J. Jang, M.-J. Kim, S.H. Yoon, T. Fukuda, F. Tennigkeit, W. Singer and D.-J. Rhie: Subtype-specific dendritic Ca2+ dynamics of inhibitory interneurons in the rat visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 104(2): 840-853 (2010).D'Huys, O., R. Vicente, J. Danckaert and I. Fischer: Synchronization and symmetry breaking of delay-coupled oscillators: on the role of phase and amplitude instabilities. Proceedings of the SPIE – The International Society for Optical Engineering 7720: 772023 (1-11) (2010).D'Huys, O., R. Vicente, J. Danckaert and I. Fischer: Amplitude and phase effects on the synchronization of delay-coupled oscillators. Chaos 20: 043127 (1-10) (2010).Doehrmann, O., S. Weigelt, C.F. Altmann, J. Kaiser and M.J. Naumer: Audiovisual functional magnetic resonance imaging adaptation reveals multisensory integration effects in object-related sensory cortices. The Journal of Neuroscience 30(9): 3370-3379 (2010).Engel, A.K., K. Friston, J.A.S. Kelso, P. König, I. Kovács, A. MacDonald III, E.K. Miller, W.A. Phillips, S.M. Silverstein, C. Tallon-Baudry, J. Triesch and P. Uhlhaas: Coordination in behavior and cognition. In: Von der Malsburg, C., W.A. Phillips and W. Singer (Eds.). Dynamic Coordination in the Brain. From Neurons to Mind. Strüngmann Forum Report, Vol. 5. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA & FIAS Frankfurt a. M. 2010, 267-299.Feng, W., M.N. Havenith, P. Wang, W. Singer and D. Nikolic: Frequencies of gamma/beta oscillations are stably tuned to stimulus properties. NeuroReport 21(10): 680-684 (2010).Fischmann, T., M. Russ, T. Baehr, A. Stirn, W. Singer und M. Leuzinger-Bohleber: Frankfurter-fMRI/EEG-Depressionsstudie (FRED). Veränderungen der Gehirnfunktionen bei chronisch Depressiven nach psychoanalytischen und kognitiv-behavioralen Langzeitbehandlungen. Werkstattbericht aus einer laufenden Studie. In: M. Leuzinger-Bohleber, K. Röckerath und L.V. Strauss (Hrsg.). Depression und Neuroplastizität. Psychoanalytische Klinik und Forschung. Brandes & Apsel Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2010, 162-185.Grützner, C., P.J. Uhlhaas, E. Genc, A. Kohler, W. Singer and M. Wibral: Neuroelectromagnetic correlates of perceptual closure processes. The Journal of Neuroscience 30(24): 8342-8352 (2010).Haenschel, C., D.E. Linden, R.A. Bittner, W. Singer and S. Hanslmayr: Alpha phase locking predicts residual working memory performance in schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry 68(7): 595-598 (2010).Hahn, G., T. Petermann, M.N. Havenith, S. Yu, W. Singer, D. Plenz and D. Nikolic: Neuronal avalanches in spontaneous activity in vivo. Journal of Neurophysiology 104(6): 3312-3322 (2010).Haslinger, R., G. Pipa and E. Brown: Discrete time rescaling theorem: Determining goodness of fit for discrete time statistical models of neural spiking. Neural Computation 22: 2477-2506 (2010).Kaas, A.L., S. Weigelt, A. Roebroeck, A. Kohler and L. Muckli: Imagery of a moving object: the role of occipital cortex and human MT/V5+. NeuroImage 49: 794-804 (2010).Lima, B., W. Singer, N.-H. Chen and S. Neuenschwander: Synchronization dynamics in response to plaid stimuli in monkey V1. Cerebral Cortex 20: 1556-1573 (2010).Luo, l., E. Rodriguez, K. Jerbi, J.-P. Lachaux, J. Martinerie, M. Corbetta, G.L. Shulman, D. Piomelli, G.G. Turrigiano, S.B. Nelson, M. Joels, E.R. de Kloet, F. Holsboer, D.M. Amodio, C.D. Frith, M.L. Block, L. Zecca, J.-S. Hong, R. Dantzer, K.W. Kelley and A.D. (Bud) Craig: Ten years of Nature Reviews Neuroscience: insights from the highly cited. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 11(10): 718-726 (2010).Maus, G.W., S. Weigelt, R. Nijhawan and L. Muckli: Does area V3A predict positions of moving objects? Frontiers in Psychology 1: article 186, 1-11 (2010).Mehta, M., G. Buzsáki, A. Kreiter, A. Lansner, J. Lücke, K. Martin, B. Moghaddam, M.-B. Moser, D. Nikolic and T.J. Sejnowski: Coordination in circuits. In: C. Von der Malsburg, W.A. Phillips and W. Singer (Eds.). Dynamic Coordination in the Brain. From Neurons to Mind. Strüngmann Forum Report, Vol. 5. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA & FIAS Frankfurt a. M. 2010, 133-148.Melloni, L. and W. Singer: Distinct characteristics of conscious experience are met by large-scale neuronal synchronization. In: E. Perry, D. Collerton, F. LeBeau and H. Ashton (Eds.). New Horizons in the Neuroscience of Consciousness. Advances in Consciousness Research 79. John Benjamins, B.V., Amsterdam 2010, 17-28.Mohr, H.M., H.T. Mues, V. Robol and R. Sireteanu: Altered mental number line in amblyopia - Reduced pseudoneglect corresponds to a decreased bias in number estimation. Neuropsychologia 48: 1775-1781 (2010).Moser, E.I., M. Corbetta, R. Desimone, Y. Frégnac, P. Fries, A.M. Graybiel, J.-D. Haynes, L. Itti, L. Melloni, H. Monyer, W. Singer, C. von der Malsburg and M.A. Wilson: Coordination in brain systems. In: Von der Malsburg, C., W.A. Phillips and W. Singer (Eds.). Dynamic Coordination in the Brain. From Neurons to Mind. Strüngmann Forum Report, Vol. 5. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA & FIAS Frankfurt a. M. 2010, 193-214.Murd, C., J. Aru, M. Hiio, I. Luiga and T. Bachmann: Caffeine enhances frontal relative negativity of slow brain potentials in a task-free experimental setup. Brain Research Bulletin 82: 39-45 (2010).Muth, K., R. Schönmeyer, S. Matura, C. Haenschel, J. Schröder and J. Pantel: Mild cognitive impairment in the elderly is associated with volume loss of the cholinergic basal forebrain region. Biological Psychiatry 67: 588-591 (2010).Nikolic, D.: The brain is a context machine. Review of Psychology 17(1): 33-38 (2010).Oertel, V., C. Knöchel, A. Rotarska-Jagiela, R. Schönmeyer, M. Lindner, V. van de Ven, C. Haenschel, P. Uhlhaas, K. Maurer and D.E.J. Linden: Reduced laterality as a trait marker of schizophrenia – evidence from structural and functional neuroimaging. The Journal of Neuroscience 30(6): 2289-2299 (2010).    Pasca, S.P., W. Singer and D. Nikolic: Surround modulation of neuronal responses in V1 is as stable over time as responses to direct stimulation of receptive fields. Cortex 46: 1199-1203 (2010).Phillips, W.A., C. von der Malsburg and W. Singer: Dynamic coordination in brain and mind. In: Von der Malsburg, C., W.A. Phillips and W. Singer (Eds.). Dynamic Coordination in the Brain. From Neurons to Mind. Strüngmann Forum Report, Vol. 5. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA & FIAS Frankfurt a. M. 2010, 1-24.Rippe, K.P., W. Singer, S. Zimmermann, R. Rentschler und A. Jahn: Bonobos bauen keine Kathedralen. Gehirn & Geist 12/2010: 64-69 (2010). (Interview)Rodriguez, R., U. Kallenbach, W. Singer and M.H.J. Munk: Stabilization of visual responses through cholinergic activation. Neuroscience 165: 944-954 (2010).Rotarska-Jagiela, A., V. van de Ven, V. Oertel-Knöchel, P.J. Uhlhaas, K. Vogeley and D.E.J. Linden: Resting-state functional network correlates of psychotic symptoms in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 117: 21-30 (2010).Singer, W.: Zur Organisation des Gehirns: Widerspüche zwischen Intuition und neuronaler Wirklichkeit. Uni 3. Lebensalters Frankfurt, 10. Feb. 2010. Auditorium Netzwerk, Müllheim/Baden. DVD 90 Min. (2010).Singer, W.: Wann und warum erscheinen uns Entscheidungen als frei? In: T. Stompe, H. Schanda (Hrsg.). Der freie Wille und die Schuldfähigkeit in Recht, Psychiatrie und Neurowissenschaften. Wiener Schriftenreihe für Forensische Psychiatrie. Medizinische Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, Berlin 2010, 15-35.Singer, W.: Neocortical rhythms. An overview. In: Von der Malsburg, C., W.A. Phillips and W. Singer (Eds.). Dynamic Coordination in the Brain. From Neurons to Mind. Strüngmann Forum Report, Vol. 5. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA & FIAS Frankfurt a. M. 2010, 159-168.Singer, W.: Drei Frauen. In: H. Hoffmann (Hrsg.). Frankfurts Meisterwerke. Die Lieblingsbilder der Frankfurter. Frankfurter Societäts-Druckerei GmbH 2010, 120-121.Singer, W.: Vom Gehirn zum Bewußtsein. In: H. Schmidt (Hrsg.). Vertiefungen. Neue Beiträge zum Verständnis unserer Welt. Siedler Verlag, München 2010, 173-193.Singer, W.: Wahrnehmen, Erinnern, Vergessen. Über Nutzen und Vorteil der Hirnforschung für den Umgang mit der Geschichte. Pastoral-Theologie. Monatsschrift für Wissenschaft und Praxis in Kirche und Gesellschaft. 99. Jhrg., Heft 9, 2010/9: 330-342 (2010).Singer, W.: Das Gehirn - ein sich selbst organisierendes System? In: Henn Architekten, D. Dineva, C. Janke und R. Sladek (Hrsg.). Henn Architekten, Jahrbuch 2010. Henn Architekten, München 2010, 124-125. Singer, W.: Large scale temporal coordination of cortical activity as prerequisite for conscious experience. Pragmatics & Cognition 18(3): 570-583 (2010). Special Issue. The Emergence of Consciousness: A top-down, social phenomenon? J. Cole and M. Dascal (Eds.), John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam, NL.Singer, W., W. D'Inka und P. Lückenmeier: Wir lernen unser Leben lang. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 19. Juli 2010, 164: 33 (2010). (Interview)Singer, W. und C. Fischill: Interview mit Wolf Singer über Gehirnforschung und die menschliche (Un-)Freiheit. In: C. Fischill (Hrsg.). Philosophie. Veritas-Verlag, Linz 2010, 97-101. (Interview)Singer, W. und K. Herbst: Ein gebrochenes Verhältnis zur Vergangenheit. In: P. Gruss, R. Rürup, S. Kiewitz (Hrsg.). Denkorte. Max-Planck-Gesellschaft und Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gesellschaft, Brüche und Kontinuitäten, 1911-2011. Sandstein Verlag, Dresden, MPG 2010, 302-305. (Interview) Singer, W., T. Hülswitt und R. Brinzanik: Auf der Suche nach der Verbindung zwischen Materie und Geist. In: T. Hülswitt, R. Brinzanik (Hrsg.). Werden wir ewig leben? Gespräche über die Zukunft von Mensch und Technologie. Suhrkamp Verlag, edition unseld, Berlin 2010, 158-186. (Gespräch)Singer, W.: The brain, a complex self-organising system. Les Annales de la Fondation Fyssen 2010/Hors-Série 30e Anniversaire (1979-2009): 97-102 (2010).Ter Meulen, V. und W. Singer: Glückwunschschreiben zum 80. Geburtstag, Prof. Dr. Eric R. Kandel. Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina - Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften, Jahrbuch 2009, Leopoldina Reihe 3, Jhrg. 55: 265-267 (2010).Uhlhaas, P.J. and W. Singer: Abnormal neural oscillations and synchrony in schizophrenia. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 11: 100-113 (2010). Uhlhaas, P.J. and W. Singer: Role of neuronal synchrony in normal and pathological brain functions. In: G.F. Koob, M. Le Moal, R.F. Thompson (eds.). Encyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience, Vol. 3, Academic Press, Oxford 2010, 180-187.Uhlhaas, P.J., F. Roux, E. Rodriguez, A. Rotarska-Jagiela and W. Singer: Neural synchrony and the development of cortical networks. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 14(2): 72-80 (2010).Vinck, M., B. Lima, T. Womelsdorf, R. Oostenveld, W. Singer, S. Neuenschwander and P. Fries: Gamma-phase shifting in awake monkey visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 30(4): 1250-1257 (2010).Volz, S., U. Nöth, A. Rotarska-Jagiela and R. Deichmann: A fast B1-mapping method for the correction and normalization of magnetization transfer ratio maps at 3 T. NeuroImage 49: 3015-3026 (2010).Von der Malsburg, C., W.A. Phillips and W. Singer (Eds.): Dynamic Coordination in the Brain. From Neurons to Mind. Strüngmann Forum Reports, Vol. 5. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA & FIAS Frankfurt a. M., pp. 1-352, (2010). Wang, P., M.N. Havenith, M. Best, C. Grützner, W. Singer, P. Uhlhaas and D. Nikolic: Time delays in the [beta]/[gamma] cycle operate on the level of individual neurons. NeuroReport 21(11): 746-750 (2010).Yu, S. and D. Nikolic: Quantum mechanics needs no consciousness (and the other way around). arXiv 1009.2404v2: 1-8 (2010).

 

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Lima B, Singer W, Chen NH, Neuenschwander S, Synchronization Dynamics in Response to Plaid Stimuli in Monkey V1. Cereb Cortex 20(7): 1556-1573

Barlow, H. B., A. J. Parker, W. Singer and S. J. Thorpe: Barlow's 1972 paper. Perception 38(6): 795-807

Havenith, M.N., A. Zemmar, S. Yu, S.M. Baudrexel, W. Singer and D. Nikolić:
Measuring sub-millisecond delays in spiking activity with millisecond time-bins.
Neuroscience Letters, 450: 296-300

Hodzic, A., A. Kaas, L. Muckli, A. Stirn and W. Singer: Distinct cortical networks for the detection and identification of human body. NeuroImage 45(4): 1264-1271

Hodzic, A., L. Muckli, W. Singer and A. Stirn: Cortical responses to self and others. Human Brain Mapping 30: 951-962

Jurcoane, A., B. Choubey, D. Mitsieva, L. Muckli and R. Sireteanu: Interocular transfer of orientation-specific fMRI adaptation reveals amblyopia-related deficits in humans. Vision Research 49: 1681-1692

Lazar, A., G. Pipa and J. Triesch: SORN: a self-organizing recurrent neural network. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 3: 23 (1-9) (2009).

Leidloff, G. and W. Singer: Neurowissenschaft und zeitgenössische Kunst. Ein Interview. In: Frosch und Frankenstein. Bilder als Medium der Popularisierung von Wissenschaft (Eds. B. Hüppauf and P. Weingart). Transkript, Science Studies S. 311-323

Melloni, L., C. M. Schwiedrzik, E. Rodriguez and W. Singer: (Micro)saccades, corollary activity and cortical oscillations. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 13(6): 239-245

Melloni, L., C. M. Schwiedrzik, M. Wibral, E. Rodriguez and W. Singer:
Response to: Yuval-Greenberg et al., "Transient induced gamma-band response in EEG as a manifestation of miniature saccades." Neuron 58, 429-441. Neuron 62(1): 8-10

Mohr, H. M., N. S. Linder, D. E. J. Linden, J. Kaiser and R. Sireteanu: Orientation-specific adaptation to mentally generated lines in human visual cortex. NeuroImage 47(1): 384-391

Naumer, M. J., O. Doehrmann, N. G. Müller, L. Muckli, J. Kaiser and G. Hein:
Cortical plasticity of audio-visual object representations.
Cerebral Cortex 19: 1641-1653

Pipa, G., E. S. Staedtler, E.F. Rodriguez, J.A. Waltz, L.F. Muckli, W. Singer, R. Goebel and M.H.J. Munk (2009) Performance- and stimulus-dependent oscillations in monkey prefrontal cortex during short-term memory. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 3: 25 (1-13)

Priesemann, V., M. H. J. Munk and M. Wibral: Subsampling effects in neuronal avalanche distributions recorded in vivo. BioMed Central Neuroscience 10: 40 (S. 1-20), doi: 10.1186/1471-2202-10-40

Schwiedrzik, C.M.: Retina or visual cortex? The site of phosphene induction by transcranial alternating current stimulation. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 18;3:6

Schwiedrzik C.M., Singer, W., Melloni, L.: Sensitivity and perceptual awareness increase with practice in metacontrast masking Journal of Vision 9(10):18.1-18 Link

Singer, W.: Consciousness and neuronal synchronization. In: S. Laureys, G. Tononi (Eds.). The Neurology of Consciousness. Elsevier Ltd., 2009, 43-52

Singer, W.: The brain's view of the world depends on what it has to know.
In: A. Berthoz, Y. Christen (Eds.). Neurobiology of "Umwelt". How Living Beings Perceive the World. Research and Perspectives in Neurosciences. Fondation Ipsen. Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg 2009, 39-52

Singer, W.: Neural synchrony and feature binding. In: L. R. Squire (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Vol. 6. Academic Press, Oxford 2009, 253-259.

Singer, W.: Unser Menschenbild im Spannungsfeld zwischen Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologischer Fremdbeschreibung. In: W. Frühwald (Hrsg.). Blaupause des Menschen. Streitgespräche über die beschleunigte Evolution. University Press, Berlin 2009, 177-210.

Singer, W.: Zum Problem der Willensfreiheit. Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologische Fremdbeschreibung: Zwei sich widersprechende Erkenntnisquellen. In: R. Rosenzweig (Hrsg.). Nicht wahr?! Sinneskanäle, Hirnwindungen und Grenzen der Wahrnehmung. Mentis Verlag GmbH, Paderborn 2009, 233-259

Singer, W.: The brain, a complex self-organizing system. European Review 17(2): 321-329

Singer, W.: Das Bild in uns. Vom Bild zur Wahrnehmung. In: K. Sachs-Hombach (Hrsg.). Bildtheorien. Anthropologische und kulturelle Grundlagen des Visualistic Turn. Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2009, 104-126.

Singer, W.: Hirnforschung an der Grenze zwischen Kulur- und Naturwissenschaft. In: Gemeinnützige Hertie-Stiftung (Hrsg.). Für Roman Herzog. Vernunft und Politik im 21. Jahrhundert. Hoffmann und Campe Verlag, Hamburg 2009, 138-162

Singer, W. und A. Euler: Tanzen wie die Neuronen. Ballettanz 04: 54-59 (Interview)

Singer, W. und K.-J. Grün: Gekränkte Freiheit. In: G. Roth, K.-J. Grün (Hrsg.). Das Gehirn und seine Freiheit. Beiträge zur neurowissenschaftlichen Grundlegung der Philosophie. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Co. KG, Göttingen 2009, 3. Auflage, 83-87 (Interview)

Singer, W. und B. Lutz-Sterzenbach: Über die Notwendigkeit von Kunstunterricht. Kunst + Unterricht 331/332: 94-95 (2009) (Interview)

Singer W. und T. Metzinger: The unity of consciousness: A conversation with Wolf Singer. In: T. Metzinger (Hrsg.). The Ego Tunnel. The Science of the Mind and the Myth of the Self. Basic Books, New York 2009, 66-71.

Singer, W. und N. A. Mögel: Meditation trifft Hirnforschung. Interdisciplinary Center for Neuroscience Frankfurt, ICNF Newsletter 01/2009: 1-3 (2009) (Interview)

Singer, W. und C. Schwägerl: I don't really like being in the spotlight. Excellent Brains. 25 Years of Cutting-Edge Science 24-27 (2009) (Interview).

Singer, W. und H. Tügel: Das Geheimnis der Gamma-Oszillation. Was geschieht, wenn der Geist leer wird? Neuroforscher haben neue Vermutungen, was Meditation im Hirn bewirkt. GEO 01/2009: 155 (2009) (Interview)

Thiel, A. and R. Sireteanu: Strabismic amblyopes show a bilateral rightward bias in a line bisection task: evidence for a visual attention deficit. Vision Res. 49(3):287-294

Uhlhaas, P.J., F. Roux, W. Singer, C. Haenschel, R. Sireteanu and E. Rodriguez: Neural Synchrony During Human Development Reflects Late Maturation and Restructuring of Functional Networks in Humans.
PNAS, 16; 106(24):9866-9871

Wibral, M., C. Bledowski, A. Kohler, W. Singer and L. Muckli: The timing of feedback to early visual cortex in the perception of long-range apparent motion. Cerebral Cortex, 19(7): 1567-1582

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Alink, A., W. Singer and L. Muckli: Capture of auditory motion by vision is represented by an activation shift from auditory to visual motion cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 28(11): 2690-2697

Busse, L., S. Katzner, C. Tillmann and S. Treue: Effects of attention on perceptual direction-tuning curves in the human visual system. Journal of Vision 8(9):2, 1-13

Chiry, O., W.N. Fishbein, N. Merezhinskaya, S. Clarke, R.A.W. Galuske, P.J. Magistretti and L. Pellerin: Distribution of the monocarboxylate transporter MCT2 in human cerebral cortex: an immunohistochemical study. Brain Res., 1226:61-69

Engel, C. and W. Singer (Eds.): Better Than Conscious? In: Decision Making, the Human Mind, and Implications For Institutions. Strüngmann Forum Reports, 456 pp., May 2008

Kohler, A., L. Haddad, W. Singer and L. Muckli: Deciding what to see: The role of intention and attention in the perception of apparent motion.
Vision Research, 48(8), 1096-1106

Leidloff, G. and W. Singer: Neuroscience and Contemporary Art. An Interview.
In: Science Images and Popular Images of the Sciences (Eds. B. Hüppauf and P. Weingart), Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York London, 227-238.

Muresan, R. C., O. F. Jurjut, V. V. Moca, W. Singer and D. Nikolic: The oscillation score: An efficient method for estimating oscillation strength in neuronal activity. Journal of Neurophysiology 99: 1333-1353

Nikolić, D., V.V. Moca, W. Singer and R.C. Mureşan: Properties of multivariate data investigated by fractal dimensionality.
J Neurosci Methods. 172:27-33

Pipa, G., D.W. Wheeler, W. Singer and D. Nikolić: NeuroXidence: A non-parametric test on Excess or Deficiency of Joint-Spike Events. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 25: 64-88

Roebroeck, A., R.A.W. Galuske, E. Formisano, O. Chiry, H. Bratzke, I. Ronen, D.S. Kim and R. Goebel: High-resolution diffusion tensor imaging and tractography of the human optic chiasm at 9.4 T. Neuroimage; 39(1):157-168

Schmidt, K.E., W. Singer and S. Löwel: Binocular phasic coactivation does not prevent ocular dominance segregation. Frontiers in Bioscience 13, 3381-3390

Singer, W.: Das Abenteuer unseres Bewusstseins. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 29. April, Nr. 100: Feuilleton 37

Singer, W.: Das Gehirn, das Tor zur Welt. In: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Perspektiven der Forschung und ihrer Förderung 2007-2011. WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim. S. 74-93

Singer, W.: Der 7. Sinn. In: A. Hamilton, P. Sillem (Hrsg.). Die fünf Sinne. Von unserer Wahrnehmung der Welt. S. Fischer Verlag GmbH, Frankfurt am Main 2008, 151-160

Singer, W.: Epigenesis and brain plasticity in education. In: A. M. Battro, K. W. Fischer, P. J. Léna (eds.): The Educated Brain. Essays in Neuroeducation. Pontifical Academy of Sciences and Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2008, 97-109

Singer, W.: Influencing brain functioning - possibilities and boundaries. 100 Jahre Merz. We care for your tomorrow. Merz GmbH & Co. KGaA, Frankfurt am Main 2008, 26-27

Singer, W.: Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologische Fremdbeschreibung. Zwei konfliktträchtige Erkenntnisquellen. In: H. G. Petzold, J. Sieper (Hrsg.): Der Wille, die Neurobiologie und die Psychotherapie. Zwischen Freiheit und Determination. Band I. Edition Sirius, Aisthesis Verlag, Bielefeld und Locarno 2008, 197-227

Singer, W.: Temporal coherence: A versatile code for the definition of relations. In: A. I. Basbaum, A. Kaneko, G. M. Shepherd, G. Westheimer (eds.): The Senses: A Comprehensive Reference, Vol. 2, Vision II, T. D. Albright, R. Masland. Academic Press, San Diego 2008, 1-9

Singer, W.: Unser Gehirn - das Tor zur Welt. Rotary Magazin 3: 42-46

Singer, W.: Zur Deutungsmacht der Naturwissenschaften: Determinismus oder Freiheit. In: A. Hüttemann (Hrsg.): Zur Deutungsmacht der Biowissenschaften. Mentis Verlag, Paderborn 2008, 49-60

Singer, W. und I. Haas: Das Bewusstsein sitzt im Gehirn. Interview. Ckökor, Tibethaus-Journal, Nr. 45 und 46, S. 38-43

Singer, W., A. Hüttemann, D. Kolesch und M. Korte: "Wir brauchen Übersetzer" - Ein Gespräch. In: A. Hüttemann (Hrsg.): Zur Deutungsmacht der Biowissenschaften. Mentis Verlag, Paderborn 2008, 19-31

Singer, W. and C. Lee: Neuroscience explores our internal universe. CERN Courier 48(4): 17-18 (Interview)

Singer, W. und M. Ricard: Hirnforschung und Meditation. Ein Dialog. Edition Unseld 4. Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2008

Singer, W. und U. Schnabel: Ein soziales Organ. Die Zeit, 3. April, Nr. 15: 39 (Interview)

Sireteanu, R., C. Goebel, R. Goertz, I. Werner, M. Nalewajko and A. Thiel: Impaired serial visual search in children with developmental dyslexia.
Ann N Y Acad Sci., 1145:199-211

Sireteanu, R., A. Thiel, S. Fikus and A. Iftime: Patterns of spatial distortions in human amblyopia are invariant to stimulus duration and instruction modality. Vision Res. 48(9):1150-1163

Spilker, H. und W. Singer: Können wir uns frei entscheiden? Technology Review 3: 98 (Interview)

Thal, D.R., E. Capetillo-Zarate and R.A.W. Galuske: Tracing of temporo-entorhinal connections in the human brain: cognitively impaired argyrophilic grain disease cases show dendritic alterations but no axonal disconnection of temporo-entorhinal association neurons. Acta Neuropathol. 115(2):175-183

Uhlhaas, P.J., C. Haenschel, D. Nikolić and W. Singer: The role of oscillations and synchrony in cortical networks and their putative relevance for the pathophysiology of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 34: 927-943

Uhlhaas, P.J., J. Pantel, H. Lanfermann, D. Prvulovic, C. Haenschel, K. Maurer and D.E.J. Linden: Visual perceptual organization deficits in Alzheimer's dementia. Geriatr Cogn Disord 11;25(5):465-475

R. Vicente, L.L. Gollo, C.R. Mirasso, I. Fischer, and G. Pipa: Dynamical relaying can yield zero time lag neuronal synchrony despite long conduction delays. PNAS, 105(44):17157-17162

Weigelt, S., L. Muckli and A. Kohler: Functional magnetic resonance adaptation in visual neuroscience. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 19, 363-380

Wibral, M., G. Turi, D. Linden, J. Kaiser and C. Bledowski: Decomposition of working memory-related scalp ERPs: Crossvalidation of fMRI-constrained source analysis and ICA. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 67(3):200-211

Yu, S., D. Huang, W. Singer and D. Nikolić: A Small World of Neuronal Synchrony. Cerebral Cortex, 18(12):2891-2901

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Altmann, C.F., C. Bledowski, M. Wibral and J. Kaiser: Processing of location and pattern changes of natural sounds in the human auditory cortex.
Neuroimage. 35(3):1192-1200

Baron J., L. Pinto, M.O. Dias, B. Lima and S. Neuenschwander: Directional responses of visual wulst neurones to grating and plaid patterns in the awake owl. Eur J Neurosci.; 26(7):1950-1968

Bles, M., A. Alink and B.M. Jansma: Neural aspects of cohort-size reduction during visual gating. Brain Res. 1150:143-154

Fries, P., D. Nikolić and W. Singer: The gamma cycle TRENDS in Neurosciences, 30(7):309-316

Haenschel, C., R.A. Bittner, F. Haertling, A. Rotarska-Jagiela, K. Maurer, W. Singer and D.E.J. Linden: Contribution of Impaired Early-Stage Visual Processing to Working Memory Dysfunction in Adolescents With Schizophrenia. Arch Gen Psychiatry, 64(11):1229-1240

Haenschel, C., P.J. Uhlhaas and W. Singer: Synchronous oscillatory activity and working memory in schizophrenia. Pharmacopsychiatry, 40 Suppl 1, S54-61.

Hein, G., A. Alink, A. Kleinschmidt and N.G. Müller: Competing neural responses for auditory and visual decisions. PLoS ONE. 2(3):e320, p. 1-8

Hein, G., O. Doehrmann, N.G. Müller, J. Kaiser, L. Muckli and M.J. Naumer:
Object Familiarity and Semantic Congruency Modulate Responses in Cortical Audiovisual Integration Areas. The Journal of Neuroscience, 27(30):7881-7887

Huang, D. and G. Pipa: Achieving synchronization of networks by auxiliary hub. epljournal, 77, 50010 p1-5

Huang, D. G. Xing and D.W. Wheeler: Multiparameter estimation using only a chaotic time series and its applications. CHAOS 17, 023118

Iftime, A., C. Bäumer and R. Sireteanu: An automated method for creating simulated distorted images in amblyopic vision. Strabismus, 15(1) : 21-27

Jurcoane, A., B. Choubey, L. Muckli and R. Sireteanu: A pilot study for investigating cortical binocularity in humans using fMRI adaptation.
Strabismus, 15(1) : 33-37

Kaas, A.L., H. Van Mier and R. Goebel: The Neural Correlates of Human Working Memory for Haptically Explored Object Orientations. Cerebral Cortex, 17: 1637-1649

Kaas, A.L., H.I. van Mier, J. Lataster, M. Fingal and A.T. Sack (2007) The effect of visuo-haptic congruency on haptic spatial matching. Exp Brain Res. 183:75-85

Cohen Kadosh, R., K. Cohen Kadosh, A. Kaas, A. Henik and R. Goebel (2007)
Notation-Dependent and -Independent Representations of Numbers in the Parietal Lobes. Neuron, 53, 307-314

Cohen Kadosh, R., K. Cohen Kadosh, T. Schuhmann, A. Kaas, R. Goebel, A. Henik and A. Sack (2007) Virtual Dyscalculia Induced by Parietal-Lobe TMS Impairs Automatic Magnitude Processing. Current Biology, 17, 689-693

Lazar, Á., R. Muresan, E. Städtler, M.H.J. Munk and G. Pipa: Importance of electrophysiological signal features assessed by classification trees.
Neurocomputing, 70: 10-12, 2017-2021

Lazar, A., G. Pipa and J. Triesch: Fading Memory and Time Series Prediction in Recurrent Networks with Different Forms of Plasticity. Neural Networks, 20: 3, 312-322

Mayer, J. S., R. A. Bittner, D. E. J. Linden and D. Nikolić: Attentional demand influences strategies for encoding into visual working memory. In: Advances in Cognitive Psychology 3, 4, 429-448

Mayer J.S., R.A. Bittner, D. Nikolić, C. Bledowski, R. Goebel and D.E.J. Linden:
Common neural substrates for visual working memory and attention. Neuroimage 36(2): 441-53

Meienbrock, A., M. J. Naumer, O. Doehrmann, W. Singer and L. Muckli:
Retinotopic effects during spatial audio-visual integration. Neuropsychologia. 2007 45(3):531-539

Melloni, L., C. Molina, M. Pena, D. Torres, W. Singer and E. Rodriguez:
Synchronization of neural activity across cortical areas correlates with conscious perception. J Neurosci., 27(11):2858-2865

Muresan, R.C. and C. Savin: Resonance or integration? Self-sustained dynamics and excitability of neural microcircuits. J Neurophysiol. 97(3):1911-1930

Nikolić, D.: Non-parametric detection of temporal order across pairwise measurements of time delays. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 22 (1); 5-19

Nikolić, D.: Vernetzung der Sinne. Uni-Klinik Aktuell 1, 8-9

Nikolić, D., S. Häusler, W. Singer and W. Maass: Temporal dynamics of information content carried by neurons in the primary visual cortex.
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 20:1041-1048

Nikolić, D., P. Lichti and W. Singer: Color-opponency in synesthetic experiences. Psychological Science, 18(6):481-486.

Nikolić, D. and W. Singer: Creation of visual long-term memory. Perception & Psychophysics, 69: 904-912

Oertel, V., A. Rotarska-Jagiela, V. G. van de Ven, C. Haenschel, K. Maurer and D. E.J. Linden: Visual hallucinations in schizophrenia investigated with functional magnetic resonance imaging. Psychiatry Research Neuroimaging 156, 269-273

Pantel, J. und Uhlhaas, P.J.: Sehen, was Alzheimer nicht sah! Der Einsatz moderner bildgebender und elektrophysiologischer Verfahren in der Erforschung der Demenz. Forschung Frankfurt 25: 29-35

Pipa, G., A. Riehle and S. Grün: Validation of task-related excess of spike coincidences based on NeuroXidence. Neurocomputing 70, 2064-2068

Proverbio, A. M., F. Wiedemann, R. Adorni, V. Rossi, M. Del Zotto and A. Zani:
Dissociating object familiarity from linguistic properties in mirror word reading.
Behavioral and Brain Functions 3, 1-22, Seq. No.: 43

Röder, C. H., M. Michal, G. Overbeck, V. G. van de Ven and D.E.J. Linden:
Pain response in depersonalization: A functional imaging study using hypnosis in healthy subjects. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 76, 115-121

Sack, A.T., A. Kohler, S. Bestmann, D.E.J. Linden, P. Dechent, R. Goebel, and J. Baudewig (2007) Imaging the brain activity changes underlying impaired visuospatial judgments: Simultaneous fMRI, TMS, and behavioral studies. Cereb. Cortex, 17, 2841-2852

Schwiedrzik, C.M., A. Alink, A. Kohler, W. Singer and L. Muckli: A spatio-temporal interaction on the apparent motion trace. Vision Research 47(28), 3424-3433

Singer, W.: Binding by Synchrony Scholarpedia, the free peer-reviewed encyclopedia

Singer, W.: Die Suche nach den Ursprüngen von Weisheit und Wissen - von der "Mind and Life"-Konferenz 2005. Chökor, Tibethaus-Journal, Ausgabe Nr. 44 (Hrsg. Tibethaus Deutschland e.V.), S. 21-27.

Singer, W.: Freiheit und neuronaler Determinismus. In: Berliner Lektionen. Eine poitisch-kulturelle Chronik der Gegenwart. (Hrsg. M. Lahnstein & J. Sartorius) Transit Buchverlag GmbH, S. 105-125

Singer, W.: Heaven is being emptied - A conversation with the renowned brain researcher. In: Fikrun Wa Fann 85, Seq. No.: 7 (2007)

Singer, W.: Kognition und Bewusstsein: Descartes' Irrtum. In: 1907-2007. 100 Jahre Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie. (Hrsg. D. Kömpf). Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie, Berlin. S. 306-311

Singer, W.: Large-scale temporal coordination of cortical activity as a prerequisite for conscious experience. In: The Blackwell Companion to Consciousness. (Eds.) Velmans, M., Schneider, S. Blackwell Publishing Ltd., Malden, MA (2007) 605-615

Singer, W.: Nachwort: Die Erforschung des Gehirns - eine Herausforderung. In: Gehirn Gefühl, Bewusstsein. Zeit Wissen Edition. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag. S. 280-287.

Singer, W.: Perspectives on neuroscience. Journal of visualized experiments, Launch video, 22:50 min

Singer, W.: Philosophische Implikationen der Hirnforschung.
In: 163. Zusammenkunft des Bremer Tabak-Collegiums am 6. Juni 2007 im Schloß Salem; Druckerei Rosebrock GmbH, Sottrum; S. 25-40. -Jokers edition, Auditorium (2007)

Singer, W.: Philosophische Implikationen neurobiologischer Forschung. Zur Freiheit unserer Entscheidungen. In: Universalitätsanspruch und partikulare Wirklichkeit. Natur- und Geisteswissenschaften im Dialog. Beiträge des Humboldt-Kollegs "Die deutsche Tradition der Universalwissenschaften" am 29./30. Oktober 2005 an der Sophia-Universität, Tokyo. (Eds.) Kimura, N., Moser v. Filseck, K. Königshausen & Neumann GmbH, Würzburg (2007) 65-85.

Singer, W.: Rezeption aus der Sicht eines Hirnforschers. Neurobiologische Argumente für eine integrative Medizin.In: Paradigma der Medizin im 21. Jahrhundert. (Eds.) Unger, F., Europäische Akademie der Wissenschaft und Künste. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg (2007) 103-105.

Singer, W.: Understanding the brain.EMBO reports, Vol 8 Special Issue 2007, S. 16-19

Singer, W.: Verändern neurobiologische Erkenntnisse unser Selbstverständnis? Autitorium Netzwerke, Müllheim-Baden (2007)

Singer, W.: Was kann ein Mensch wann lernen? In: Denken und Lernen mit Bildern. Interdisziplinäre Zugänge zur Ästhetischen Bildung. (Eds.) Niehoff, R., Wenrich, R. Kontext Kunstpädagogik 12. Kopaed, München (2007) 313-320

Singer, W.: Zum Problem der Willensfreiheit. In: Die Freiheit des Denkens. (Eds.) Liessmann, K. P. Philosophicum Lech 10. Paul Zsolnay Verlag, Wien (2007) 111-143

Sireteanu, R., C. Bäumer, C. Sârbu and A. Iftime: Spatial and temporal misperceptions in amblyopic vision. Strabismus, 15(1) : 45-54

Sireteanu, R., C. Bäumer, C. Sârbu, S. Tsujimura and L. Muckli: Basiert der verzerrte Seheindruck bei Amblyopie auf einer erhöhten Aktivierung in der primären Sehrinde? Spatial Misperceptions in Amblyopic Vision: Abnormal Activation of the Primary Visual Cortex? Klinische Monatsblätter für Augenheilkunde 2007, 224:1-7

Ulhaas, P.J., I. Millard, L. Muetzelfeldt, H.V. Curran and C.J.A. Morgan:
Perceptual organization in ketamine users: preliminary evidence of deficits on night of drug use but not 3 days later. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 21(3):347-352

Uhlhaas, P.J., & Mishara, A.: Perceptual anomalies in schizophrenia: Integrating phenomenology and cognitive neuroscience. Schizophrenia Bulletin (Special Issue on Philosophy and Psychopathology) 33(1):142-156

Uhlhaas, P.J., Singer, W.: What do disturbances in neural synchrony tell us about autism? Biological Psychiatry, 62(3):190-191

Weigelt, S.: Seeing things: Illusory contours in the human visual brain.
The Journal of Neuroscience 27 (20): 5269-5270

Weigelt, S., Z. Kourtzi, A. Kohler, W. Singer and L. Muckli: The cortical representation of objects rotating in depth. The Journal of Neuroscience, 27, 3864-3874

Weigelt, S., W. Singer and L. Muckli: Separate cortical stages in amodal completion revealed by functional magnetic resonance adaptation. BMC Neuroscience, 8:70

Wibral, M.,L.F. Muckli, K. Melnikovic, B. Scheller, A. Alink, W. Singer and M.H.J. Munk: Time dependent effects of hyperoxia on the BOLD fMRI signal in primate visual cortex and LGN. NeuroImage, 35:1044-1063

Womelsdorf, T., J. Schoffelen, R. Oostenveld, W. Singer, R. Desimone, A. Engel and P. Fries: Modulation of neuronal interactions through neuronal synchronization. Science, 316(5831): 1609-12

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Bäumer, C. and R. Sireteanu: Temporal instability in the perception of strabismic amblyopia. Strabismus 14(2):59-64

Biederlack, J., M. Castelo-Branco, S. Neuenschwander, D.W. Wheeler, W. Singer and D. Nikolić: Brightness induction: Rate enhancement and neuronal synchronization as complementary codes. Neuron 52, 1073-1083

Bledowski, C., K. Cohen Kadosh, M. Wibral, B. Rahm, R.A. Bittner, K. Hoechstetter, M. Scherg, K. Maurer, R. Goebel and D.E.J. Linden: Mental Chronometry of Working Memory Retrieval: A Combined Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Event-Related Potentials Approach
The Journal of Neuroscience, 26(3):821 - 829

Fukuda, T., T. Kosaka, W. Singer and R.A.W. Galuske: Gap junctions among dendrites of cortical GABAergic neurons establish a dense and widespread intercolumnar network. J Neurosci. 26(13):3434-3443

Ibanez, A., V. Lopez and C. Cornejo: ERPs and contextual semantic discrimination: Degrees of congruence in wakefulness and sleep. In: Brain and Language 98, 3, 264-275

Kozma, P., Silverstein, S.M., Kovasz, I., Uhlhaas, P.J., & Wilkniss, S.: A web version of the contour integration paradigm. Computers in Human Behavior, 22, 971-980

Lazar, A. G. Pipa and J. Triesch: The combination of STDP and intrinsic plasticity yields complex dynamics in recurrent spiking networks. ESANN 2006: 647-652

Mohr, H.M., R. Goebel and D.E.J. Linden: Content- and Task-Specific Dissociations of Frontal Activity during Maintenance and Manipulation in Visual Working Memory. The Journal of Neuroscience, 26(17): 4465-4471

Muckli, L., S. Kiess, N. Tonhausen, W. Singer, R. Goebel and R. Sireteanu: Cerebral correlates of impaired grating perception in individual, psychophysically assessed human amblyopes. Vision Res. 46, 506-526

Sack, A.T., A. Kohler, D.E.J. Linden, R. Goebel and L. Muckli: The temporal characteristics of motion processing in hMT/V5+: Combining fMRI and neuronavigated TMS. NeuroImage; 29(4):1326-1335

Schicke, T., L. Muckli, A.L. Beer, M. Wibral, W. Singer, R. Goebel, F. Rösler and B. Röder: Tight covariation of BOLD signal changes and slow ERPs in the parietal cortex in a parametric spatial imagery task with haptic acquisition. European Journal of Neuroscience, 23, 1910-1918

Schmidt, K.E., M. Castelo-Branco, R. Goebel, B.R. Payne, S.G. Lomber and R.A.W. Galuske: Pattern motion selectivity in population responses of area 18. European Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 24, pp. 2363-2374

Schneider, G., M.N. Havenith and D. Nikolić: Spatio-temporal structure in large neuronal networks detected from cross correlation. Neural Computation, 18(10):2387-2413

Schneider, G. and D. Nikolic: Detection and assessment of near-zero delays in neuronal spiking activity. In: Journal of Neuroscience Methods 152, 1-2, 97-106

Silverstein, S., P. J. Uhlhaas, B. Essex, S. Halpin, U. Schall, and V. Carr:
Perceptual organization in first episode schizophrenia and ultra-high-risk states Schizophrenia Research, 83(1) : 41-52

Silverstein, S. M., M. H. Wong, L. S. Schenkel, I. Kovasz, A. Feher, T. E. Smith, C. Goicochea, P. J. Uhlhaas, K. Carpiniello and A. Savitz: Reduced top-down influences in contour detection in schizophrenia. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 11(2): 112-132

Singer, W.: Brain Development and Education. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, 9. Jahrgang, Beiheft 5/2006, VS-Verlag, S. 11-20

Singer, W.: Fragen eines Hirnforschers beim Lesen. Die Zeit 19/2006, S. 44

Singer, W.: Ich bin mein Gehirn. Interview. Die Furche Nr. 6, 9. Februar 2006, S. 9

Singer, W.: Fragen eines Hirnforschers beim Lesen. Die Zeit 19/2006, S. 44

Singer, W.: Naturwissenschaft und Poesie. In: Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung. Jahrbuch 2005. (Eds.) Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung. Wallstein Verlag, Göttingen (2006) 11-17.

Singer, W.: Neurobiologische Anmerkungen zum Freiheitsdiskurs.
DEBATTE, Heft 3 der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, S. 17-26

Singer, W.: Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologische Fremdbeschreibung. Zwei konfliktträchtige Erkenntnisquellen. In: Beiträge zu einer aktuellen Anthropologie (Hrsg.) H.-R. Duncker, Franz Steiner Verlag Stuttgart 2006, S.129-150

Singer, W.: The Evolution of Culture from a Neurobiological Perspective.
In: Evolution and Culture (Eds.) S.C. Levinson and P. Jaisson, The MIT Press, S. 181-201

Singer, W.: Unser Menschenbild - Neuere Erkenntnisse der Hirnforschung. Systemische Supervisiontage in Heidelberg

Singer, W.: Wann und warum erscheinen uns Entscheidungen als frei?
In: Hirn als Subjekt? Philosophische Grenzfragen der Neurobiologie. (Eds.) H.-P. Krüger. Akademie Verlag, Berlin (2006) 187-202.

Singer, W.: Was kann ein Mensch wann lernen? In: Warum Menschen sich erinnern können. Fortschritte der interdisziplinären Gedächtnisforschung. (Eds.) H. Welzer, H. J. Markowitsch. Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart (2006) 276-285.

Singer, W.: Was stimmt wann? Wann stimmt was? Neurologische Grundlagen kognitiver Prozesse. In: F20, P06. Frankfurter Positionen 2006. Zeitgenössische Urteilskraft. Vorträge, Essays, Diskussionen. (Eds.) V. Boehnisch. Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main (2006) 227-249.

Singer, W. and K.-J. Grün: Gekränkte Freiheit. Interview. In: Das Gehirn und seine Freiheit, Hrsg.) G. Roth und K.-J. Grün, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 83-87

Singer, W. and C. Kompe: Die Gedächtnisspuren müssen wieder ins Bewusstsein gelangen. Interview. Die Waage, Band 45, April 2006, Zeit und Gedächtnis, S. 4-12

Singer, W. and T. Quinn: Das Gehirn - determinierte Freiheit. Interview.
think on, Das Konzernmagazin der Altana AG, Ausgabe 7, Januar 2006, S.14-19

Singer, W. and G. Voss: Das Sehen Verarbeiten. Wolf Singer im Gespräch. In: Schnitte in Raum und Zeit, Vorwerk 8, Berlin, S. 103-117

Sireteanu, R., C. Goebel, R. Goertz and T. Wandert: Do children with developmental dyslexia show a selective visual attention deficit? Strabismus, 14(2) : 85-93

Sperling, J.M., D. Prvulovic, D.E.J. Linden, W. Singer and A. Stirn: Neuronal Correlates of Colour-Graphemic Synaesthesia: A fMRI Study
Cortex, 2: 295-303

Stephens G.J., S. Neuenschwander, J.S. George, W. Singer and G.T. Kenyon:
 See globally, spike locally: oscillations in a retinal model encode large visual features. Biol Cybern. 2006 Aug 9; [Epub ahead of print]

Uhlhaas P.J., D.E.J. Linden, W. Singer, C. Haenschel, M. Lindner, K. Maurer and E. Rodriguez: Dysfunctional long-range coordination of neural activity during Gestalt perception in schizophrenia. J Neurosci. 26(31):8168-8175

Uhlhaas, P. J., W. A. Phillips, G. Mitchell and S. M. Silverstein: Perceptual grouping in disorganized schizophrenia. In: Psychiatry Research 145, 2-3, 105-117 (2006).

Uhlhaas P.J., Phillips, W.A., Schenkel, L., & Silverstein, S.M.: Theory of mind and perceptual context-processing in schizophrenia.
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 11(4), 416-436

Uhlhaas, P.J., & Singer, W.: Neural synchrony in brain disorders: relevance for cognitive dysfunctions and pathophysiology. Neuron, 52(1), 155-68

Vernon, D, C. Haenschel, P. Dwivedi and J. Gruzelier Slow habituation of induced gamma and beta oscillations in association with unreality experiences in schizotypy. Int J Psychophysiol. 2005 Apr; 56(1) : 15-24

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Amedi, A., K. von Kriegstein, N.M. van Atteveldt, M.S. Beauchamp and M.J. Naumer: Functional imaging of human crossmodal identification and object recognition. Exp Brain Res. 166: 559-571

Fries, P., M. Castelo-Branco, A.K. Engel and W. Singer:
The functional role of oscillatory neuronal synchronization for perceptual organization and selection. In: Binocular Rivalry (Eds.) D. Alais and R. Blake, A Bradford Book, The MIT Press, Massachusetts

Green, M.J., P.J. Uhlhaas and M. Coltheart: Social cognition and context-processing in schizophrenia. Current Psychiatry Review, 1, 11-22

Haenschel, C., David J. Vernon, Prabuddh Dwivedi, John H. Gruzelier and Torsten Baldeweg: Event-Related Brain Potential Correlates of Human Auditory Sensory Memory-Trace Formation. J. Neurosci.25 10494-10501

Kadosh R.C., A. Henik, O. Rubinsten, H. Mohr, H. Dori, V. van de Ven, M. Zorzi, T. Hendler, R. Goebel and D.E.J. Linden: Are numbers special? The comparison systems of the human brain investigated by fMRI. Neuropsychologia 43 : 1238-1248

Mohr, H.M. and D.E.J. Linden: Separation of the Systems for Color and Spatial Manipulation in Working Memory Revealed by a Dual-task Procedure.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17(2) : 355-366

Muckli, L. and A. Kohler: Interpret und kreativer Lückenfüller. Forschung Frankfurt, Das Wissenschaftsmagazin, 4/2005, S. 14-20

Muckli, L., A. Kohler, N. Kriegeskorte and W. Singer: Primary Visual Cortex Activity along the Apparent-Motion Trace Reflects Illusory Perception.
PLoS Biol. 2005 Jul 19;3(8):e265

Muresan, R.C., G. Pipa and D.W. Wheeler: Single-unit Recordings Revisited: Activity in Recurrent Microcircuits. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3696, Eds. W. Duch, J. Kacprzyk, E. Oja, et al., pp. 153-160

Muresan, R.C., G. Pipa, R.V. Florian and D.W. Wheeler: Coherence, Memory and Conditioning. A Modern Viewpoint. Neural Information Processing - Letters and Reviews, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 19-28

Naumer, M.J., C. Bledowski, C.F. Altmann und J. Kaiser: Vom neuronalen Einzelfahrschein zur kortikalen Netzkarte. Audio-visuelle Objekterkennung in der Großhirnrinde. Forschung Frankfurt, Das Wissenschaftsmagazin, 4/2005, S. 21-25

Niessing, J., B. Ebisch, K.E. Schmidt, M. Niessing, W. Singer and R.A. Galuske:
Hemodynamic signals correlate tightly with synchronized gamma oscillations.
Science; 309 : 948-951

Prinz, W., U. Schnabel und W. Singer: Wer deutet das Denken? Ein Streitgespräch zwischen Wolfgang Prinz und Wolf Singer über Neurowissenschaften und den freien Willen. Die Zeit, Nr. 29, 14. Juli 2005, S. 31-32

Prvulovic, D., V. Van de Ven, A.T. Sack, K. Maurer and D.E.J. Linden: Functional activation imaging in aging and dementia. Psychiatry Res.: Neuroimaging 140(2):97-113

Schneider, G. and D. Nikolic: Detection and assessment of near-zero delays in neuronal spiking activity. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 2005, 152(1-2):97-106

Silverstein, S.M., M. Hatashita-Wong, B.A. Solak, P.J. Uhlhaas, Y. Landa, S.M. Wilkniss: Effectiveness of a two-phase cognitive rehabilitation intervention for severely-impaired schizophrenia patients. Psychological Medicine, 6, 829-837

Singer, W.: Conditio humana aus neurobiologischer Perspektive.
In: Die Rolle der Seele in der Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaft. (Hrsg.) M.F. Peschl, Verlag Königshausen & Neumann GmbH, Würzburg 2005, S. 41-61

Singer, W.: Das Bild im Kopf - aus neurobiologischer Perspektive. Bilder und Worte. In: Sichtweisen. Zur veränderten Wahrnehmung von Objekten in Museen. (Hrsg.) B. Graf und A.B. Müller. Berliner Schriften zur Museumskunde. Band 19. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. Wiesbaden, S. 143-158

Singer, W.: Das Gehirn - ein Orchester ohne Dirigent. Max Planck Forschung. Das Wissenschaftsmagazin der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft. 2/2005, S. 15-18

Singer, W.: Die Evolution des Gehirns - immer mehr vom Gleichen. Interview.
Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 26. Jan., Nr.21, S. 57

Singer, W.: Ein wunderbares Organ. Interview. GEOkompakt, Nr.2 Das Wunder Mensch. S.114-117

Singer, W.: Einwurf: Deutungsmacht, Gefühle und Willensfreiheit. Ein Interview mit Wolf Singer. In: EGB Emotionales Gesetzbuch. Dekalog der Gefühle (Hrsg.) R.M. Kiesow, M. Korte, Böhlau Verlag GmbH & Cie, Köln, S.132-137

Singer, W.: Grenzen der Intuition: Determinismus oder Freiheit? In: Summa - Dieter Simon zum 70. Geburtstag (Hrsg. R.M. Kiesow, R. Ogorek, S. Simitis) Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt am Main, 2005

Singer, W.: How does the brain know when it is right? In: Neurobiology of Human Values (Eds.) J.P. Changeux, A.R. Damasio. W. Singer, Y. Christen, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005, S. 125-135

Singer, W.: Intuition und neurobiologische Fremdbestimmung - zwei konfliktträchtige Erkenntnisquellen In: Jahrbuch 2004 der Deutschen Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina, (Hrsg.) V. ter Meulen, In Kommission bei Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Stuttgart, S.441-446

Singer, W.: Nachbilder. In: Nachbilder, Eva Schwab 2000-2005, (Hrsg.) A. Theobald, Revolver, Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, S. 3-13

Singer, W.: Putative Role of Oscillations and Synchrony in Cortical Signal Processing and Attention. In: Neurobiology of Attention (Eds.) L. Itti, G. Rees and J.K. Tsotsos, Elsevier, Inc., San Diego, CA, 526-533

Singer, W.: Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologische Fremdbeschreibung. Zwei konfliktträchtige Erkenntnisquellen. In: Der Mensch - ein freies Wesen? (Hrsg.) H. Schmidinger and C. Sedmak, Wissenschaftl. Buchges. Darmstadt, S. 135-160

Singer, W.: Synchronisierte Antworten aus der Großhirnrinde. Ein Lösungsvorschlag für das Bindungsproblem. Forschung Frankfurt, Das Wissenschaftsmagazin, 4/2005, S. 45-47

Singer, W.: The Brain - An Orchestra without a Conductor. MaxPlanckResearch 3/2005, S. 14-18

Singer, W.: Interview: Von der Notwendigkeit theoretischer Durchdringung komplexer Systeme. Bioforum 6/2005, GIT VERLAG GmbH & Co. KG, Darmstadt, S. 10-11

Singer, W.: Wann und warum erscheinen uns Entscheidungen als frei? - Ein Nachtrag. DZPhil, Berlin 53 (2005) 5, 707-722

Singer, W., M. Willascheck, T.M. Schmidt and S. Kieß: Die Welt jenseits der Oszillografen. Ein Streitgespräch zwischen dem Hirnforscher Wolf Singer und dem Philosophen Marcus Willascheck. Forschung Frankfurt, Das Wissenschaftsmagazin, 4/2005, S. 84-91

Sireteanu, R., I. Encke and I. Bachert: Saliency and context play a role in infants' texture segmentation. Vision Res.; 45(16) : 2161-2176

Sireteanu, R, R. Goertz R, I. Bachert and T. Wandert: Children with developmental dyslexia show a left visual "minineglect" Vision Res. 45:3075-3082

Stiefel, K.M., F. Tennigkeit and W. Singer: Synaptic plasticity in the absence of backpropagating spikes of layer II inputs to layer V pyramidal cells in rat visual cortex. Eur J Neurosci.; 21(9): 2605-2610

Stiefel, K.M., V. Wespatat, B. Gutkin, F. Tennigkeit and W. Singer:
Phase Dependent Sign Changes of GABAergic Synaptic Input Explored 'In-Silicio' and 'In-Vitro'. Journal of Computational Neuroscience 19, 71-85

Uhlhaas, P.J., W.A. Phillips and S.M. Silverstein: The course and clinical correlates of dysfunctions in visual perceptual organization in schizophrenia during the remission of psychotic symptoms. Schizophrenia Research, 75, 2-3, 183-192

Uhlhaas, P.J. and S.M. Silverstein: Perceptual organization in schizophrenia spectrum disorders: empirical research and theoretical implications. Psychol Bull. 131(4): 618-632

Uhlhaas, P.J. and S.M. Silverstein: Phenomenology, biology and specificity of dysfunctions in Gestalt perception in schizophrenia. Gestalt Theory 1, 57-70

van de Ven, V.G., E. Formisano, C.H. Röder, D. Prvulovic, R.A. Bittner, M.G. Dietz, D. Hubl, T. Dierks, A. Federspiel, F. Esposito, F. Di Salle, B. Jansma, R. Goebel and D.E. Linden: The spatiotemporal pattern of auditory cortical responses during verbal hallucinations. Neuroimage. 2005 Sep;27(3):644-655

Vernon, D, C. Haenschel, P. Dwivedi and J. Gruzelier Slow habituation of induced gamma and beta oscillations in association with unreality experiences in schizotypy. Int J Psychophysiol. 2005 Apr; 56(1) : 15-24

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Bledowski, C., D. Prvulovic, R. Goebel, F.E. Zanella and D.E.J. Linden: Attentional systems in target and distractor processing: a combined ERP and fMRI study. Neuroimage, 22 : 530-40

Bledowski, C., D. Prvulovic, K. Hoechstetter, M. Scherg, M. Wibral, R. Goebel and D.E.J. Linden: Localizing P300 generators in visual target and distractor processing: a combined event-related potential and functional magnetic resonance imaging study. J Neurosci. 24(42):9353-9360

Brecht, M., W. Singer and A.K. Engel: Amplitude and direction of saccadic eye movements depend on the synchronicity of collicular population activity.
Journal of Neurophysiology, 92(1):424-432

Elger, C. E., A. D. Friederici, C. Koch, H. Luhmann, C. von der Malsburg, R. Menzel, H. Monyer, F. Rösler, G. Roth, H. Scheich and W. Singer: Das Manifest. Elf führende Neurowissenschaftler über Gegenwart und Zukunft der Hirnforschung. Gehirn & Geist 6, 30-37

Fronius M., R. Sireteanu and A. Zubcov: Deficits of spatial localization in children with strabismic amblyopia. Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol. 242(10):827-39

Galuske, R.A.W., L.M. Drach, M. Nichtweiß, K. Franz, R. Marquart and W. Schlote: Colocalization of different types of amyloid in the walls of cerebral blood vessels of patients suffering from cerebral amyloid angiopathy and spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage: a report of 5 cases. Clin.Neuropath. 23, 113-119

Goertz, R. and C. Goertz: Hemispheric differences in the recognition of possible and impossible objects. Laterality, 9: 2, 209-224

Herrmann, C.S., M.H.J. Munk and A.K. Engel: Cognitive functions of gamma-band activity: memory match and utilization. TRENDS in Cognitive Science, 8(8): 347-355

Linden, D.E.J.: Neurophysiologische Grundlagen kognitiver Prozesse. Spezialisierung und Integration im Gehirn. In: Geist, Seele und Gehirn: Entwurf eines gemeinsamen Menschenbildes von Neurobiologen und Geisteswissenschaftlern, (Ed.) Linden, W., Fleissner, W. LIT Verlag, Hamburg (2004) 78-93

Linden, D. E. J., D. Prvulovic, A. Stirn and K. Maurer: Funktionelle Bildgebung und Psychotherapie. In: Funktionelle Bildgebung in der klinischen Neurowissenschaft, (Ed.) Walter, H. Schattauer, Stuttgart (2004) 373-382

J. Nida-Rümelin und W. Singer: Geist contra Großhirn. Interview. Frankfurter Rundschau Nr. 14, S. 4-5

Rodriguez, R., U. Kallenbach, W. Singer and M.H.J. Munk: Short- and long-term effects of cholinergic modulation on gamma oscillations and response synchronization in the visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience, 24(46):10369-10378

Schmidt K.E., W. Singer and R.A.W. Galuske: Processing deficits in primary visual cortex of amblyopic cats. Journal of Neurophysiology, 91(4):1661-1671

Silverstein, S.M. and P.J. Uhlhaas: Gestalt psychology: the forgotten paradigm in abnormal psychology. Am J Psychol. 117(2):259-277

Singer, W.: Das Bild im Kopf. In: cahiers critiques, (Ed.) Groß, S., Kuhn, N. Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Kunst muss aus der Stille kommen 2. Revolver, Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt am Main (2004) 25-27

Singer, W.: Das Bild in uns - vom Bild zur Wahrnehmung. - In: Iconic Turn. Die neue Macht der Bilder. (Hrsg.) C. Maar, H. Burda. DuMont Literatur und Kunst Verlag, Köln 2004, 56-76 - In: Kunst muß aus der Stille kommen. Revolver. Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. S. 25-27

Singer, W.: Die Erforschung organisierter Systeme oder: Die Notwendigkeit einer theoretischen Fundierung der Lebenswissenschaften. In: Die andere Intelligenz. Wie wir morgen denken werden. Ein Almanach neuer Denkansätze aus Wissenschaft, Gesellschaft und Kultur. (Hrsg.) B. v. Mutius. Klett-Cotta, J. G. Cotta'sche Buchhandlung, Stuttgart 2004, 110-117

Singer, W.: Ein Spiel von Spiegeln. Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Spezial; Bewußtsein 1/2004, 20-25

Singer, W.: Entscheidungsgrundlagen: Keiner kann anders als er ist. Verschaltungen legen uns fest: Wir sollten aufhören, von Freiheit zu reden.
- Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Feuilleton 8. Januar 2004, Nr.6, S. 33
- In: Hirnforschung und Willensfreiheit, Zur Deutung der neuesten Experimente (Hrsg.) C. Geyer, Edition Suhrkamp, S. 30-65
- In: Geist, Seele und Gehirn. W. Linden, A. Fleissner (Hrsg.), LIT VERLAG Münster 2004, S. 21-30

Singer, W.: Hirngespinste. Frankfurter Rundschau, 146, 26.6.2004, Feuilleton, S. 17

Singer, W.: Musische Bildung muss spätestens im Kindergarten beginnen.
In: Kinder zum Olymp! Wege zur Kultur für Kinder und Jugendliche, PWC Stiftung Jugend - Bildung - Kultur, K. v. Welck und Margarete Schweizer (Hrsg.), Wienand Verlag, Köln, S. 22-26

Singer, W.: Offene Fenster. Interview. McK, Das Magazin von McKinsey 08, 3. Jahrgang, März 2004, 52-55

Singer, W.: Perceiving, Remembering, Forgetting. In: Science + Fiction, Between Nanoworlds and Global Culture, jovis Verlag GmbH Berlin, 179-197

Singer, W.: Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologische Fremdbeschreibung. Zwei konfliktträchtige Erkenntnisquellen. DZPhil, Berlin 52 (2004) 2, 235-255

Singer, W.: Synchrony, oscillations and relational codes. In: The Visual Neurosciences, Vol.2, (Eds.) L.M. Chalupa, J.S. Werner, A Bradford Book, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts 2004, 1665-1681

Singer, W.: Time as coding space in the cerebral cortex.
In: Functional Neuroimaging of Visual Cognition. Attention and Performance XX. (Eds.) N. Kanwisher, J. Duncan. Oxford University Press, Oxford 2004, 99-123

Singer, W.: Toleranz aus neurobiologischer Perspektive.
In: Bausteine zur Mensching-Forschung (Hrsg. H.R. Yousefi, I. Braun, K. Fischer, R.A. Mall und U. Tworuschka), Interkulturelle Orientierung, Traugott Bautz, Nordhausen 2004, S. 509-515

Singer, W.: Über Bewußtsein und unsere Grenzen: Ein neurobiologischer Erklärungsversuch. In: Subjekttheorien interdisziplinär. Diskussionsbeiträge aus Sozialwissenschaften, Philosophie und Neurowissenschaften. (Hrsg.) M. Grundmann, R. Beer. LIT Verlag, Münster 2004, 99-120

Singer, W.: Une coordination temporelle à grande échelle de l'activité corticale comme préalable à l'expérience consciente. Académie Européenne Interdisciplinaire des Sciences (Paris), Bulletin 87, 37-44

Singer, W.: Unser Menschenbild im Spannungsfeld von Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologischer Fremdbeschreibung. -In: Das Design des Menschen. Vom Wandel des Menschenbildes unter dem Einfluß der modernen Naturwissenschaft, DuMont Literatur und Kunst Verlag, Köln, S. 182 - 216
-In: Ästhetik - Hermeneutik - Neurowissenschaften, (Hrsg.) O. Breidbach und G. Orsi, LIT Verlag, Münster 2004, 67-87

Singer, W.: Verschaltungen legen uns fest: Wir sollten aufhören, von Freiheit zu sprechen. In: Hirnforschung und Willensfreiheit. Zur Deutung der neuesten Experimente, (Ed.) Geyer, C.Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main (2004) 30-65

Singer, W.: Was für ein Hirngespinst. Schöpfung nach Plan. blue line, das executive magazine von hp, 04/2004. S. 38-43

Singer, W.: Zu wenig Zeit - zu viele Entscheidungen. Petra Roth zum 60. Geburtstag (Hrsg. C.R. Köper, K. Reichert, D. Stolte und R. Volhard, S. Fischer Verlag GmbH, Frankfurt am Main

Singer, W., A. Hüttemann, D. Kolesch and M. Korte: Interview: AG zur Deutungsmacht der Biowissenschaften

Singer, W., J. Müller-Jung, F. Schirrmacher und R. Wandtner: Interview: Das Gehirn ist ein wunderbares Organ FAZ, 25. Nov., Nr. 276, Feuilleton, S. 40-41

Trojano, L., D. E. J. Linden, E. Formisano, R. Goebel, A. T. Sack and F. Di Salle:
What clocks tell us about the neural correlates of spatial imagery.
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 16, 5, 653-672

Uhlhaas, P.J., S.M. Silverstein, W.A. Phillips and P.G. Lovell: Evidence for impaired visual context processing in schizotypy with thought disorder.
Schizophr Res., 68(2-3):249-260

Van De Ven, V.G., E. Formisano, D. Prvulovic, C.H. Roeder and D.E.J. Linden:
Functional connectivity as revealed by spatial independent component analysis of fMRI measurements during rest. Hum Brain Mapp. 22 : 165-78

Wespatat ,V., F. Tennigkeit and W. Singer: Phase sensitivity of synaptic modifications in oscillating cells of rat visual cortex. J Neurosci. 24(41): 9067-9075

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Goebel, R., L. Muckli and D.S. Kim: Visual System.
In: The Human Nervous System, (Eds.) G. Paxinos and J.K. Mai, San Diego, Academic Press, 1280-1305

Goertz, R.: Review: Visual Perception: Physiology, Psychology and Ecology by V. Bruce, P. R. Green, M. A. Georgeson Perception, 32(10), 1283-1284

Grün S., A. Riehle, A. Aertsen and M. Diesmann: Temporal scales of cortical interactions. Nova Acta Leopoldina NF 88, Nr. 332, 189-206

Grün S., A. Riehle and M. Diesmann: Effect of cross-trial nonstationarity on joint-spike events. Biological Cybernetics 88(5) : 335-351

Hutsler, J. and R.A.W. Galuske: Hemispheric asymmetries in cerebral cortical networks. Trends in Neurosciences 26/8, 429-435

Kohler, A.: Wittgenstein meets neuroscience. A review of Philosophical Foundations of Neuroscience by M. R. Bennett and P. M. S. Hacker. Human Nature Review, 3, 459-460

Kral, A., J.H. Schröder, R. Klinke and A.K. Engel: Absence of cross-modal reorganization in the primary auditory cortex of congenitally deaf cats.
Exp Brain Res. 153(4) : 605-613

Kriegeskorte, N., B. Sorger, M. Naumer, J. Schwarzbach, E. van den Boogert, W. Hussy and R. Goebel: Human cortical object recognition from a visual motion flowfield. J. Neurosci.; 23(4), 1451-1463

Linden, D. E. J.: Cerebral mechanisms of learning revealed by functional neuroimaging in humans. In: Adaptivity and Learning - An Interdisciplinary Debate, (Eds.) R. Kuhn, R. Menzel, W. Menzel, U. Ratsch, M.M. Richter and I.O. Stamatescu, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg

Linden, D.E.J., R.A. Bittner, L. Muckli, J.A. Waltz, N. Kriegeskorte, R. Goebel R, W. Singer and M.H.J. Munk: Cortical capacity constraints for visual working memory: dissociation of fMRI load effects in a fronto-parietal network. Neuroimage, 20(3): 1518-1530

Meienbrock, A.: Ohne Ahnung an die Börse. Gehirn & Geist 1, 28-31

Meienbrock, A.: Entscheiden für Fortgeschrittene. Gehirn & Geist 2, 22-25

Meienbrock, A.: Entscheidende Hirnregionen. Gehirn & Geist 3, 16-19

Muckli, L.: Gesehenes und Erdachtes / Perceived and Imagined.
In: Bis ans Ende der Welt - In Memoriam Bob Ross, (Eds.) F. Hahn and A. Theodorakopoulos, Frankfurt am Main, Revolver, 176-181

Munk, M.H.J.: The Principle of Controlling Neuronal Dynamics in Neocortex: Rapid Reorganization and Consolidation of Neuronal Assemblies.
In: Principles of Learning and Memory, (Eds.) R.H. Kluwe, G. Lüer, F. Rösler, Birkhäuser Verlag, 187-205

Nase, G., W. Singer, H. Monyer and A.K. Engel: Features of neuronal synchrony in mouse visual cortex. J Neurophysiol. 90 (2) : 1115-1123

Niessing, M., K.E. Schmidt, W. Singer and R.A.W. Galuske: Precise placement of multiple electrodes into functionally predefined cortical locations.
Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 126/2, 195 - 207

Pipa, G., M. Diesmann and S. Grün: Significance of joint-spike events based on trial-shuffling by efficient combinatorial methods Complexity International, 8/4, 79-86

Pipa, G. and S. Grün: Non-parametric significance estimation of joint-spike events by shuffling and resampling. Neurocomputing, 52-54, 31-37

Rathjen, S., K.E. Schmidt and S. Löwel: Postnatal growth and column spacing of cat primary visual cortex. Experimental Brain Research, 149: 151-158

Sack, A.T. and D.E.J. Linden: Combining transcranial magnetic stimulation and functional imaging in cognitive brain research: possibilities and limitations.
Brain Research Reviews 43(1), 41-56

Schmidt, H., E.B. Brown, B. Schwaller and J. Eilers: Diffusional mobility of parvalbumin in spiny dendrites of cerebellar Purkinje neurons quantified by fluorescence recovery after photobleaching. Biophysical Journal, 84, 2599-2608

Schmidt, H., K.M. Stiefel, P. Racay, B. Schwaller and J. Eilers: Mutational analysis of dendritic Ca2+ kinetics in rodent Purkinje cells: role of parvalbumin and calbindin D28k. J Physiol.; 551.1, 13-32

Schmidt, K.E., D.E.J. Linden, R. Goebel, F.E. Zanella, H. Lanfermann and A.A. Zubcov: Striatal activation during blepharospasm revealed by fMRI.
Neurology; 60(11):1738-43

Schneider, G. and S. Grün: Analysis of higher-order correlations in multiple parallel processes. Neurocomputing, 52-54, 771-777

Singer, W.: Bewußtsein und Selbst. Möglichkeiten und Grenzen von Wahrnehmung aus der Sicht der Hirnforschung. In: Differenzerfahrung und Selbst - Bewußtsein und Wahrnehmung in Literatur und Geschichte des 20 Jahrhunderts, (Hrsg.) B. von Jagow und F. Steger, Universitätsverlag Winter, Heidelberg 2003, s. 21-41

Singer, W.: Bindungsprobleme - Neurobiologische Überlegungen Audio-CD C+P 2003 supposé Köln

Singer, W.: Conditio humana aus neurobiologischer Perspektive
In: Was ist der Mensch? (Hrsg.) N. Elsner, H.-L. Schreiber, Wallstein Verlag, Göttingen, S. 143-167

Singer, W.: Die Evolution der Kultur. Eine neurobiologische Perspektive.
In: Evolution, Geschichte und Zukunft des Lebens, (Hrsg.) E. P. Fischer und K. Wiegandt, 301-323

Singer, W. : Die Kunst braucht Schutz. Schauspielfrankfurt 03, S. 3

Singer, W.: Ein neues Menschenbild? Gespräche über Hirnforschung.
Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt a.M.

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung - neuronale Plastizität - Lernen.
In: Lehrbuch der Physiologie, (Hrsg.) R. Klinke und S. Silbernagl, 743-756

Singer, W.: Oscillations and Synchrony - Time as Coding Space in Neuronal Processing -Nova Acta Leopoldina NF88, Nr.332, 35-56
-Proceedings of the International Conference on Theoretical Neurobiology, New Delhi, India, 29-49

Singer, W.: Oscillations, synchrony and neuronal codes.
In: Learning and Memory, 2nd Edition, New York, Macmillan References USA, 500-505

Singer, W.: Synchronization, binding and expectancy. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, Second edition, (M.A. Arbib, Ed.), Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2003, 1136-1143

Singer, W.: The Impact of Neuroscience on Culture. In: The Cultural Values of Science, Pontifical Academy of Sciences 2003, Vatican City State, pp. 233-241

Singer, W.: The Nature-Nurture Problem Revisited. In: Understanding Human Development, Dialogues with Lifespan Psychology (Eds. U.M. Staudinger, U. Lindenberger), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003, 437-447

Singer, W.: Über Bewußtsein und unsere Grenzen. Ein neurobiologischer Erklärungsversuch. In: Gene, Meme und Gehirne. Geist und Gesellschaft als Natur, Suhrkamp Verlag, S. 279-305

Singer, W.: Unser Menschenbild im Spannungsfeld von Selbsterfahrung und neurobiologischer Fremdbeschreibung. - Reden und Aufsätze der Universität Ulm, Helft 11, 7-46 - Schriften der Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität zu Münster, Heft 79, 19-47

Singer, W.: Wahrnehmen, Erinnern, Vergessen. In: Science + Fiction, (Hrsg.) S. Iglhaut und T. Spring, Jovis Verlag, 169-189

Singer, W.: Warum Wissenschaft sich erklären muß. In: Musik und Humanität - Interdisziplinäre Grundlagen für (musikalische) Erziehung und Bildung, (Hrsg.) H.G. Bastian und G. Kreutz, 2003 Schott Musik International, Mainz, S. 318-323

Singer, W.: Was kann ein Mensch wann lernen? - In: Elementarpädagogik nach PISA, (Hrsg.) W.E. Fthenakis, Herder Verlag 67-75 - In: Bildung und Qualität, Jahrbuch 2003/04, Bayerischer Landesverband kath. Tageseinrichtungen für Kinder e.V., S. 104-119

Singer, W. und B. Rasche: Interview: Es gibt eine Verpflichtung zur Neugier.
Tagesspiegel, 12.11.2003

Singer, W. : Was können Kinder Lernen? In: Die Bildung der Zukunft, (Hrsg. N. Killius, J. Kluge und L. Reisch), Suhrkamp Verlag, S. 167-174

Singer W. und H. Horeis: Interview: Wie macht das Gehirn ein Bild von der Welt? Der Frankfurter Hirnforscher hat darauf eine Antwort. Bild der Wissenschaft 3: 28-32

Singer, W. and V. Kutscher: Interview. In: Flüchtige Verfestigung, 22 Installationen im Hessischen Rundfunk, Marielies Hess-Stiftung e.V., 9-10

Singer, W. and B. Müller: Interview: Unablässig draufhämmern. Infodienst - Kulturpädagogische Nachrichten, 70: 12-13

Singer, W. and A. Stirn: Playing with fear. Experiments in Antipodean Sensations. In: At your own risk, M. Heinzelmann and M. Weinhart (Eds.)., Revolver - Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, S. 286-295

Sireteanu, R., I. Encke and I. Bachert: Infants' Preference for Texture-Defined Targets of Different Saliency: Evidence for Local Processing.
In: The Development of Face Processing, (Hrsg.) G. Schwarzer, Hogrefe & Huber Verlag, 19-34

Uhlhaas, P.J. and S.M. Silverstein: Can Gestalt Psychology inform the search for the Etiology of Schizophrenia? - A response to Ernst Plaums Commentary
Gestalt Theory 25(4):289-298

Uhlhaas, P.J. and S.M. Silverstein: The Continuing Relevance of Gestalt Psychology for an Understanding of Schizophrenia. Gestalt Theory 25(4):256-270

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Baumert, J., J. Fried, H. Joas, J. Mittelstraß und W. Singer:
Bildung lehrt den vernünftigen Umgang mit der Welt. Deshalb muß Bildung die zentrale Aufgabe unserer Gesellschaft werden In: Die Zukunft der Bildung, (Hrsg.) N. Killius, J. Kluge und L. Reisch, Suhrkamp, 171-225

Castelo-Branco, M., E. Formisano, W. Backes, F. Zanella, S. Neuenschwander, W. Singer and R. Goebel: Activity patterns in human motion-sensitive areas depend on the interpretation of global motion. PNAS,15;99(21),13914-13919

Fiesser, A.: Virtuelle Singleparties. Gehirn & Geist 4, 20-22

Formisano, E., D.E.J. Linden, F. Di Salle, L. Trojano, F. Esposito, A.T. Sack, D. Grossi, F.E. Zanella, R. Goebel: Tracking the mind's image in the brain I: Time-resolved fMRI during visuospatial mental imagery. Neuron 35, 185-194

Fries, P., J.-H. Schröder, P.R. Roelfsema, W. Singer and A.K. Engel: Oscillatory neuronal synchronization in primary visual cortex as a correlate of stimulus selection. Journal of Neuroscience 22(9), 3739-3754

Gal, V. S. Grün and R. Tetzlaff: Analyzing multidimensional neural activity via (CNN-UM). In: Ronald Tetzlaff (eds.) Proc. 7th IEEE Intern. Workshop on Cellular Neural Networks and their Applications, pp. 243-250

Galuske, R.A.W., D.-S. Kim and K.E. Schmidt: Examining the Basis of Neural Plasticity Using Chronic Pharmacological Applications. In: Virtual Lesions: Examining Cortical Function with Reversible Deactivation, Oxford University Press, Oxford - New York, (Hrsg.) S.G. Lomber and R.A.W. Galuske, ISBN 019850893 X, 141-160

Galuske, R.A.W., K.E. Schmidt, R. Goebel, S.G. Lomber and B.R. Payne: The role of feedback in shaping neural representations in visual cortex.
PNAS 2002; 99(26),17083-17088

Grün, S., M. Diesmann and A. Aertsen: Unitary events in multiple single-neuron spiking activity. I. Detection and significance. Neural Computation 14(1), 43-80

Grün, S., M. Diesmann and A. Aertsen: Unitary events in multiple single-neuron spiking activity. II. Nonstationary data. Neural Computation 14(1), 81-119

Lemke, H.U. and D.E.J. Linden (2002) Andreas Vesalius and 500 years imaging of the brain. Health Academy 02/2002, 75-86

Leonards, U., R. Rettenbach, G. Nase and R. Sireteanu: Perceptual learning of highly demanding visual search tasks. Vision Research 42, 2193-2204

Linden, D.E.J.: Five Hundred Years of Brain Images. Archives of Neurology 59, 308-313

Linden, D.E.J. and T. Dierks Funktionelle Bildgebung akustischer Halluzinationen bei der Schizophrenie. Nervenheilkunde 21, 331-335

Löwel, S. and W. Singer: Experience-dependent plasticity of intracortical connections. In: Perceptual Learning. (Eds.) M. Fahle, T.Poggio. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, London 2002, 3-18

Muckli, L., N. Kriegeskorte, H. Lanfermann, F.E. Zanella, W. Singer and R. Goebel: Apparent motion: Event-related functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of perceptual switches and states. Journal of Neuroscience 22, RC219 (1-5)

Muckli, L., W. Singer, F.E. Zanella and R. Goebel: Integration of multiple motion vectors over space: an fMRI study of transparent motion perception. NeuroImage 16, 843-856

Munk, M.H.J., D.E.J. Linden, L. Muckli, H. Lanfermann, F.E. Zanella, W. Singer and R. Goebel: Distributed cortical systems in visual short-term memory revealed by event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging. Cerebral Cortex 12, 866-876

Neuenschwander, S., M. Castelo-Branco, J. Baron and W. Singer
Feed-forward synchronization: propagation of temporal patterns along the retinothalamocortical pathway. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 357, 1869-1876

Prvulovic, D., D. Hubl, A.T. Sack, L. Melillo, K. Maurer, L. Frölich, H. Lanfermann, F.E. Zanella, R. Goebel, D.E.J. Linden, T. Dierks Functional imaging of visuospatial processing in Alzheimer's disease. Neuroimage 17, 1403-14

Rathjen, S., K.E. Schmidt and S. Löwel: Two-dimensional analysis of the spacing of ocular dominance colums in normally raised and strabismic kittens.
Experimental Brain Research 145, 158-165

Sack, A.T., J.M. Sperling, D. Prvulovic, E. Formisano, R. Goebel, F. Di Salle, T. Dierks, D.E.J. Linden Tracking the mind's image in the brain II: Differential effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the right and left parietal lobe. Neuron 35, 195-204

Sack, A.T., D. Hubl, D. Prvulovic, E. Formisano, M. Jandl, F.E. Zanella, K. Maurer, R. Goebel, T. Dierks and D.E.J. Linden: The experimental combination of rTMS and fMRI reveals the functional relevance of parietal cortex for visuospatial functions. Cognitive Brain Research 13, 85-93

Schmidt, H. and J. Eilers: Combined flourometric and electrophysiological recordings. In: Neuromethods, Vol. 35. Patch-Clamp Analysis: Advanced Techniques. (Eds.) W. Waltz, A.A: Boulton and G.B. Baker. Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ 2002, 111-133

Schmidt, K.E.: Cultural traces of a vital fluid. Science 295, 49-50

Schmidt, K.E. and S. Löwel: Long-range intrinsic connections in cat primary visual cortex. In: The Cat Primary Visual Cortex. (Hrsg.) B. Payne, A. Peters. Academic Press, San Diego 2002, 387-426

Schmidt, K.E., M. Stephan, W. Singer and S. Löwel: Spatial analysis of ocular dominance patterns in monocularly deprived cats. Cerebral Cortex 12, 783-796

Schröder, J.-H., P. Fries, P.R. Roelfsema, W. Singer and A.K. Engel: Ocular dominance in extrastriate cortex of strabismic amblyopic cats. Vision Research 42 (1), 29-39

Singer, W.: Cognition, gamma oscillations and neuronal synchrony
In: Advances in Clinical Neurophysiology, Editors: R.C. Reisin, M.R. Nuwer, M. Hallett, C. Medina 2002 Elsevier Science, 3-22

Singer, W.: 'Conditio humana' aus neurobiologischer Perspektive.
In: Was ist der Mensch?, (Hrsg.) N. Elsner und H.-L- Schreiber, Wallstein Verlag 2002, Göttingen, 143-167

Singer, W.: Der Beobachter im Gehirn. Essays zur Hirnforschung.
Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt a.M., 2002

Singer, W.: Die Natur des Menschen. Neuronale Informationsverarbeitung.
In: Das Netz. Sinn und Sinnlichkeit vernetzter Systeme. K. Beyrer und M. Andritzky (Hrsg.), Edition Braus, Heidelberg, 45-52

Singer W.: Eine neurobiologische Begründung zur Notwendigkeit aktiver Kulturvermittlung an Kinder und Jugendliche. Bericht der Unabhängigen Hessischen Kulturkommission, 16. Dezember 2002. Wiesbaden: Hessisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst, S. 26-27

Singer, W.: Gestaltwahrnehmung: Zusammenspiel von Auge und Gehirn. In: Kosmos Gehirn, (Hrsg.) H. Kettenmann, M. Gibson, Neurowissenschaftliche Gesellschaft e.V. und BMBF, Berlin 2002, 38-39

Singer, W.: Improvisation als Ritual. Rituale des Alltags, (Hrsg.) S. Bovenschen und J. Bong, Fischer Verlag, 24-26

Singer, W.: Interview: Die Intuition ist nicht schlauer als der Verstand.
Capital 4, 108-109

Singer, W.: Neurobiologische Anmerkungen zum Konstruktivismus-Diskurs.
Visionen, Universität Kaiserslautern 2002, 41-60

Singer, W.: Neuronal Representations, Assemblies and the Role of Synchronization. In: Frontiers of Life (Eds.) D. Baltimore, R. Dulbecco, F. Jacob, R. Levi-Montalcini, Academic Press, 2002, Volume 3, 561-573

Singer, W.: Response synchronization, gamma oscillations, and perceptual binding in cat primary visual cortex. In: The Cat Primary Visual Cortex. (Hrsg.) B. Payne, A. Peters. Academic Press, San Diego 2002, 521-559

Singer, W.: Synchronisation neuronale et représentations mentales.
Pour la science 302: 74-79

Singer, W.: The Misperception of Reality. In: Deceptions and Illusions, Five Centuries of Trompe l'Oeil Painting, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 41-51

Singer, W.: Time as coding space for information processing in the cerebral cortex. In: Proceedings of the 7th IEEE International Workshop on "Cellular Neural Networks and their Applications". (Ed.) R. Tetzlaff, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., S. 209-227

Singer, W.: Warum Wissenschaft sich erklären muß. Wie wird Wißbares Gemeingut? Forschung und Lehre 3, 118-121

Singer, W.: Was kann ein Mensch wann lernen? - Theorie und Praxis der Sozialpädagogik 1, 10-14 - Theorie und Praxis der Sozialpädagogik. Sammelband: Kinder, Lernen, Bildung, 4-8 - Frühe Kindheit I/02, 4-9
- In: Die Zukunft der Bildung, (Hrsg.) N. Killius, J. Kluge, L. Reisch, Suhrkamp, 78-99

Singer, W., I. Hoefer und C. Pöppe: Bewußtsein und freier Wille.
Spektrum der Wissenschaft. Dossier: Grenzen des Wissens. 2, 42-45

Singer, W., T. Metzinger und C. Könneker: Ein Frontalangriff auf unser Selbstverständnis und unsere Menschenwürde Gehirn und Geist 04/2002, 32-35

Singer, W. und L. Reisch: Interview. Je früher, desto besser.
Bildung! (Das Magazin für Lernen, Wissen und Kultur) 1, 52-57

Singer, W. und H. Schödel: Interview. Von Lerntricks und Nervenzellen.
Tierfreund 2, 10-11

Trojano, L., D. Grossi, D.E.J. Linden, E. Formisano, R. Goebel, S. Cirillo, R. Elefante and F. Di Salle: Coordinate and categorical judgements in spatial imagery. An fMRI study. Neuropsychologia 40, 1666-1674

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Aertsen, A., M. Diesmann, M.-O. Gewaltig, S. Grün and S. Rotter:
Neuronal dynamics in cortical networks - precision of joint-spiking events.
In: Complexity in biological information processing, Wiley, Chichester, Novartis Foundation Symposium 239, 193-207

Borchard, F.: Animal rights in research and research application.
In: International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 1. (Ed.) J. Smelser. Elsevier, Pergamon, Amsterdam 2001, 505-510

Brecht, M., R. Goebel, W. Singer and A.K. Engel: Synchronization of visual responses in the superior colliculus of awake cats. NeuroReport 12, (1), 43-47

Di Salle, F., E. Formisano, E. Seifritz, D.E.J. Linden, K. Scheffler, C. Saulino, G. Tedeschi, F.E. Zanella, A. Pepino, R. Goebel and E. Marciano: Functional fields in human auditory cortex revealed by time-resolved fMRI without interference of EPI noise. Neuroimage 13, 328-338

Eilers, J., T.D. Plant, N. Marandi and A. Konnerth: GABA-mediated Ca2+ signalling in developing rat cerebellar Purkinje neurones. Journal of Physiology 536.2, 429-437

Engel, A.K., P. Fries and W. Singer: Dynamic predictions: oscillations and synchrony in top-down processing. Nature Reviews Neuroscience Oct; 2(10),704-716

Engel, A.K., and W. Singer: Temporal binding and the neural correlates of sensory awareness. Trends in Cognitive Science 5(1), 16-25

Engel, A.K., and W. Singer: Neuronale Grundlagen des Bewußtseins.
In: Computer. Gehirn: Was kann der Mensch? Was können die Computer? (Hrsg.) Heinz Nixdorf Museumsforum. Ferdinand Schöningh, Paderborn 2001, 62-85

Freiwald, W.A., A.K. Kreiter and W. Singer: Synchronization and assembly formation in the visual cortex. Progess in Brain Research 130, 111-40

Fries, P., S. Neuenschwander, A.K. Engel, R. Goebel and W. Singer: Rapid feature selective neuronal synchronization through correlated latency shifting. Nature Neuroscience 4 (2), 194-200

Fries, P., J.-H. Schröder, W. Singer and A.K. Engel: Conditions of perceptual selection and suppression during interocular rivalry in strabismic and normal cats. Vision Res. 41: 771-783

Goebel, R., L. Muckli, F.E. Zanella, W. Singer and P. Stoerig: Sustained extrastriate cortical activation without visual awareness revealed by fMRI studies of hemianopic patients. Vision Research 41(10-11), 1459-74

Munk, M.H.J.: Role of gamma-oscillations for information processing and memory formation in the neocortex. In: Neuronal Mechanisms of Memory Formation. (Hrsg.) C. Hölscher. University Press, Cambridge 2001, 167-192

Schmidt, K.E.: Neural plasticity in visual cortex. In: N. J. Smelser & P. B. Baltes (Eds.-in-Chief), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences, Vol. 15, Oxford: Elsevier Science B, 10551-10555

Singer, W.: An die Grenzen des Erkennbaren: Vom Gehirn zum Bewußtsein.
In: B. Baierl (ed) Symposium Medical Schmerz/Migräne und Neurologie, 12. Jahrgang. BMV Berliner Medizinische Verlagsanstalt, 34-38

Singer, W.: Consciousness and the binding problem.
In: P.C. Marijuán (ed) CAJAL AND CONSCIOUSNESS: Scientific Approaches to Consciousness on the Centennial of Ramón y Cajal's Textura. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 929, 123-146

Singer, W.: Gestaltwahrnehmung: Zusammenspiel von Auge und Hirn.
In: H. Kettenmann und M. Gibson (eds) Kosmos Gehirn. Berlin: Neurowissenschaftliche Gesellschaft e.V.

Singer, W.: Wir brauchen kritischen Wissenschaftsjournalismus.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 9. Juli 2001, Nr. 156/Feuilleton, S. 47

Singer, W.: Lernen, bevor es zu spät ist. Das Gehirn und seine Zeitfenster: Warum es so wichtig ist, Kindern das Richtige zum richtigen Zeitpunkt beizubringen. Süddeutsche Zeitung, 28/29. Juli 2001, Nr. 172/Feuilleton, S. 1

Singer, W.: Ignorabimus? - Ignoramus. Wie Bewußtsein in die Welt kam.
In: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Jahrbuch 2000. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 115-124

Singer, W.: The transition from biological to cultural evolution.
In: Science and the Future of Mankind. Proceedings of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences 1999 and 2000, Vatican City State, 350-359

Singer, W.: Was kann ein Mensch wann lernen? - (Teil 1) Universitas 56. Jahrgang, 663(9), 880-892 - (Teil 2) Universitas 56. Jahrgang, 664(10), 1011-1019

Singer, W.: Wir versammeln unwillkürlich Haß und Wut auf uns.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 5. Oktober 2001, 231 (Feuilleton), 54

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung - neuronale Plastizität - Lernen (3. Auflage).
In: Lehrbuch der Physiologie. (Hrsg.) S. Silbernagel, R. Klinke. Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 743-756

Singer, W.: Wie gelangt Wissen über die Welt in das Gehirn. Neurobiologische Anmerkungen zum Konstruktivismus-Diskurs.
In: Velbrück Wissenschaft. Almanach Herbst 2001. Velbrück Wissenschaft, Weilerswist, 3-26

Singer, W.: Neurobiologische Anmerkungen zum Konstruktivismus-Diskurs.
In: Materialität des Geistes. Zur Sache Kultur - im Diskurs mit Ulrich Oevermann. (Hrsg.) R. Burkholz, C. Gärtner, F. Zehentreiter. Velbrück Wissenschaft, Weilerswist, 377-400

Singer, W.: Gedanken zum 11. September 2001. In: Glanzlichter der Wissenschaft. Ein Almanach. (Hrsg.) Deutscher Hochschulverband. Lucius und Lucius, Stuttgart, 129-133

Singer, W.: Wahrnehmen, Erinnern, Vergessen. In: Eine Welt - Eine Geschichte? 43. Deutscher Historikertag in Aachen 2000. (Hrsg.) Verband der Historiker und Historikerinnen Deutschlands e.V., M. Kerner. Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München 2001, 18-27

Singer, W.: Neuronal synchrony as a binding mechanism.
In: International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 15. (Eds.) N.J. Smelser, P.B. Baltes. Elsevier Science, Oxford 2001, 10567-10570

Singer, W.: Schluss mit den Lebenslügen. Kulturchronik 6, 18-23

Singer, W., R. Braun und T. Briegleb: Interview. Der Himmel wird leer gefegt.
DIE WOCHE, 12. April 2001, 26-27

Singer, W., J. Grolle und G. Traufetter: Interview für DER SPIEGEL:  Das falsche Rot der Rose. DER SPIEGEL 1/2001, 154-160

Singer, W., I. Hoefer und C. Pöppe: Spektrum Interview: Das Ende des freien Willens? Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Feb. 2001, 72-75

Sireteanu, R.: Development of the visual system in the human infant.
In: Handbook of Brain and Behaviour in Human Development. (Eds.) A.F. Kalverboer, A. Gramsberger. Kluwer Academic Publishers, London 2001, 629-652

Stiefel, K.M., V. Wespatat, W. Singer and F. Tennigkeit: A computational model of the interaction of membrane potential oscillations with inhibitory synaptic input in cortical cells Neurocomputing, 38-40 (1-4), 389-395

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Castelo-Branco, M., R. Goebel, S. Neuenschwander and W. Singer: Neural synchrony correlates with surface segregation rules. Nature 405, 685-689

Dierks T., V. Jelic, R. Pascual-Marqui, L.-O. Wahlund, P. Julin, D.E.J. Linden, K. Maurer, B. Winblad and A. Nordberg: Spatial pattern of cerebral glucose metabolism (PET) correlates with localisation of intracerebral EEG generators in Alzheimer's disease.
Clinical Neurophysiology 111, 1817-1824

Engel, A.K.: Zeitliche Bindung und phänomenales Bewußtsein.
In: Das Selbst und seine neurobiologischen Grundlagen. (Hrsg.) A. Newen, K. Vogeley. Mentis Verlag, Paderborn 2000, 417-445

Engel, A.K.: Neuronale Synchronisation und Bewußtsein - Hypothesen, Experimente, Vorbehalte. In: Bewußtsein und Person. (Hrsg.) G. Rager, A. Holderegger. Herder Verlag, Freiburg (Schweiz) 2000, 27-52

Galuske, R.A.W., D.-S. Kim, E. Castrén and W. Singer: Differential effects of neurotrophins on ocular dominance plasticity in developing and adult cat visual cortex. European Journal of Neuroscience 12, 3315-3330

Galuske, R.A.W., W. Schlote, H. Bratzke and W. Singer: Interhemispheric asymmetries of the modular structure in human temporal cortex. Science 289, 1946-1949

Leonards, U. and W. Singer: Conjunctions of colour, luminance and orientation: the role of colour and luminance contrast on saliency and proximity grouping in texture segregation. Spatial Vision 13(1), 87-105

Munk, M.H.J. and S. Neuenschwander: High-frequency oscillations (20 to 120 Hz) and their role in visual processing. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 17, 341-360

Rathjen, S. and S. Löwel: Early postnatal development of functional ocular dominance columns in cat primary visual cortex. NeuroReport 11, 2363-2367

Riehle, A., F. Grammont, M. Diesmann and S. Grün: Dynamical changes and temporal precision of synchronized spiking activity in monkey motor cortex during movement preparation. Journal of Physiology (Paris) 94, 569-582

Singer, W.: Der Geist tickt auf 40 Hertz. In: Die Gegenwart der Zukunft. Serie der Süddeutschen Zeitung über unsere Welt im neuen Jahrhundert. Verlag Klaus Wagenbach, Berlin 2000, 80-88

Singer, W.: Das Bild im Kopf - ein Paradigmenwechsel. Neurobiologische Anmerkungen zum Konstruktivismus-Diskurs. * Universitas 55. Jahrgang, 644, 108-120

Singer, W.: Vom Gehirn zur Psyche. In: Wie entstehen neue Qualitäten in komplexen Systemen? Dokumentation des Symposiums zum 50jährigen Gründungsjubiläum der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft am 18. Dezember 1998 in Berlin, 56-74

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung - neuronale Plastizität - Lernen (2. Neugestaltete und überarbeitete Auflage) In: R. Klinke u. S. Silbernagl (Hrsg.): Lehrbuch der Physiologie. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, 710-720

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung und Umwelt. In: V. Lewandowsky and D. Grünbein (eds): Gehirn und Denken. Kosmos im Gehirn. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 108-115

Singer, W.: Neurobiologische Anmerkungen zum Konstruktivismus-Diskurs.
In: V. Lewandowsky and D. Grünbein (eds): Gehirn und Denken. Kosmos im Gehirn. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz Verlag,132-141

Singer, W.: Goethe - ein Konstruktivist? In: A. Schmidt and K.-J. Grün (eds): Durchgeistete Natur. Ihre Präsenz in Goethes Dichtung, Wissenschaft und Philosophie. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang Verlag, 57-66

Singer, W.: Wissensquellen - Wie kommt das Wissen in den Kopf?
In: C. Maar, H.U. Obrist and E. Pöppel (eds): Weltwissen- Wissenswelt. Burda Akademie zum Dritten Jahrtausend. Köln: DuMont, 137-145

Singer, W.: Ein neurobiologischer Erklärungsversuch zur Evolution von Bewußtsein und Selbstbewußtsein. In: A. Newen and K. Vogeley (eds) Selbst und Gehirn. Paderborn: Mentis Verlag, 333-351

Singer, W.: Die planbare Evolution. Universitas, 55. Jahrgang, 649, 626-632

Singer, W.: Verfehlte Qualität. Das Unbehagen an unserer Kulturpolitik. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 24.6.2000, Nr. 21/Feuilleton, 11-12

Singer, W.: Wissen und seine Quellen aus neurobiologischer Sicht.
In: J. Mittelstraß (ed) Die Zukunft des Wissens. XVIII. Deutscher Kongress für Philosophie, Konstanz. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 518-528

Singer, W.: Neurobiologische Anmerkungen zum Konstruktivismus-Diskurs.
In: H.R. Fischer and S.J. Schmidt (eds) Wirklichkeit und Welterzeugung. Heidelberg: Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag, 174-199

Singer, W.: Im Grunde nichts Neues. In: D. Simon (ed) Rechtshistorisches Journal 19. Frankfurt/Main: Löwenklau Gesellschaft e.V., 41-51

Singer, W.: Ignorabimus? - Ignoramus. Wie Bewußtsein in die Welt gekommen sein könnte und warum technische Systeme bewußtlos sind.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 23.9.2000, Nr. 222/Feuilleton, 52

Singer, W.: Phenomenal awareness and consciousness from a neurobiological perspective. In: T. Metzinger (ed) Neural Correlates of Consciousness. Cambridge, Ma: MIT Press, pp. 121-137

Singer, W.: Organisation und Funktionen des Gehirn. Zur Evolution und Emergenz neuer Qualitäten. In: E.v. Samsonov und E. Alliez (eds) Hyperplastik. Kunst und Konzepte der Wahrnehmung. Wien: Turia und Kant, pp. 138-149

Singer, W.: Wahrnehmen, Erinnern, Vergessen. Über Nutzen und Vorteil der Hirnforschung für die Geschichtswissenschaft: Eröffnungsvortrag des 43. Deutschen Historikertags. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28.9.2000, Nr. 226, 10

Singer, W.: Vom Gehirn zum Bewußtsein. In: N. Elsner and G. Lüer (eds) Das Gehirn und sein Geist. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 189-204

Singer, W.: Why use more than one electrode at a time? New Technologies for Life Science: A Trends Guide. Special Issue. Dec. 2000, 12-17

Singer, W.: The changing concept of nature from a neurobiological perspective. In: Changing Concepts of Nature at the Turn of the Millennium. Proceedings of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences 1998, Vatican City State, 87-104

Singer, W.: Response synchronization, a neuronal code for relatedness.
In: J.J. Bolhuis (ed) Brain, Perception, Memory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 35-48

Singer, W.: Statement in TransAct - Transnational Activities in the Cultural Field in Kooperation mit museum in progress. 24.2.2000

Singer, W.: Statement. Herausforderungen an die Hirnforschung.
In: H.A. Müller (Hrg.): Der Bildung ein Haus. Zwanzig Jahre Hospitalhof Stuttgart und Evangelisches Bildungswerk, S. 365

Singer, W.: Kommentar zu "Ugly Casting" von Gabriele Leitloff.
In: Theater der Natur und Kunst. Katalog: Wunderkammern des Wissens. Zickau: Westermann Druck, pp. 40-41

Singer, W.: Percevoir, se souvenir, oublier. Bulletin d'Information de la Mission Historique Francaise en Allemagne 36, 195-214

Singer, W., C. Brosseder, J. Müller-Jung und F. Schirrmacher: Interview für Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: Wir benötigen den neuronalen Code.
FAZ Feuilleton, 24. August 2000, Nr. 196, 51

Singer, W. und L. Wingert: Streitgespräch. Wer deutet die Welt? DIE ZEIT, 7. Dez. 2000, Nr. 50, 43-44

Singer, W. und N. Lossau: Interview. Forschung im 21. Jahrhundert. Spektrum der Wissenschaft SPEZIAL 1/2000, 62-63

Singer, W. und S. Schmidt: Interview. Entdeckungen sind nicht planbar.
In: DAS MAGAZIN, Wissenschaftszentrum Nordrhein-Westfalen 1/2000, 22-23

Singer, W. und B. Weitz: Interview. Ist der Mensch doch nur eine Maschine?
Deutsches Allgemeines Sonntagsblatt Nr. 7, 4 DS-Thema, 18. Februar 2000

Sireteanu, R.: The binocular act in strabismus. Advances in Strabismus Research 78, 63-83

Sireteanu, R.: Texture segmentation, "pop-out", and feature binding in infants and children. Progress in Infancy Research 1, 183-251

Sireteanu, R.: The binocular visual system in amblyopia. Strabismus 8, 39-51

Sireteanu, R. and R. Rettenbach: Perceptual learning in visual search generalizes over tasks, locations, and eyes. Vision Res. 40, 2925-2949

Trojano, L., D. Grossi, D.E.J. Linden, E. Formisano, H. Hacker, F.E. Zanella, R. Goebel and F. Di Salle: Matching two imagined clocks. The functional anatomy of spatial analysis in the absence of visual stimulation. Cerebral Cortex 10, 473-481

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Brecht, M., W. Singer and A.K. Engel: Patterns of synchronization in the superior colliculus of anesthetized cats. Journal of Neuroscience 19(9), 3567-3579

Di Salle, F., E. Formisano, D.E.J. Linden, R. Goebel, S. Bonavita, A. Pepino, F. Smaltino and G. Tedeschi: Exploring brain function with Magnetic Resonance Imaging. European Journal of Radiology 30, 84-94

Dierks, T., D.E.J. Linden, A. Hertel, T. Günther, H. Lanfermann, A. Niesen, L. Frolich, F.E. Zanella, G. Hör, R. Goebel and K. Maurer: Multimodal imaging of residual function and compensatory resource allocation in cortical atrophy: a case study of parietal lobe function in a patient with Huntington's disease. (corrected and republished article) originally printed in Psychiatry Research 84(1), 27-35, 1998) Psychiatry Research 90, 67-75

Dierks, T., D.E.J. Linden, M. Jandl, E. Formisano, R. Goebel, H. Lanfermann and W. Singer: Activation of Heschl`s gyrus during auditory hallucinations. Neuron 22, 615-621

Engel, A.K.: Time, assemblies, and consciousness. In: Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. Jahrbuch 1997/98, (Hrsg.) W. Lepenies. Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin, 1999, 192-209

Engel, A.K.: Zeit und Bewußtsein (Abschlußbericht) In: Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. Jahrbuch 1997/98, (Hrsg.) W. Lepenies. Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin, 1999, 47-51

Engel, A.K., P. Fries, P. König, M. Brecht and W. Singer: Target Article.  Temporal binding, binocular rivalry, and consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition 8, 128-151

Engel, A.K., P. Fries, P. König, M. Brecht and W. Singer: Concluding Commentary.  Does time help to understand consciousness? Consciousness and Cognition 8, 260-268

Freiwald, W.A., P. Valdes, J. Bosch, R. Biscay, J.C. Jimenez, L.M. Rodriguez, V. Rodriguez, A.K. Kreiter and W. Singer: Testing non-linearity and directedness of interactions between neural groups in the macaque inferotemporal cortex.
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 94, 105-119

Galuske, R.A.W., D.-S. Kim and W. Singer: The role of neurotrophins in developmental cortical plasticity. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 15, 115-124

Goebel, R., L. Muckli and W. Singer: Motion Perception and motion imagery: New evidence of constructive brain processes from functional magnetic resonance imaging studies. In: Learning. Rule Extraction and Representation, (Eds.) A.D. Friederici and R. Menzel.Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, New York, 1999, 165-185

Grün, S., M. Diesmann, F. Grammont, A. Riehle and A. Aertsen: Detecting unitary events without discretization of time. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 94, 67-79

Grün, S. and S. Rotter: Concepts of neuronal cooperativity in the cortex.
In: From Molecular Neurobiology to Clinical Neuroscience, (Eds.) N. Elsner and U. Eysel. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 1999, 359-363

Herculano-Houzel, S.: Yves Delage: Neuronal assemblies, synchronous oscillations, and Hebbian learning in 1919. The Neuroscientist 5(5), 341-345

Herculano-Houzel, S., M.H.J. Munk, S. Neuenschwander and W. Singer:
Precisely synchronized oscillatory firing patterns require electroencephalographic activation. Journal of Neuroscience 19(10), 3992-4010

Linden, D.E.J.: The natural and the supernatural in melancholic genius. A debate in 16th century Spanish medicine and its antecedents. Medizinhistorisches Journal - Medicine and the Life Sciences in History 34, 227-244

Linden, D.E.J.: Gabriele Zerbi's de cautelis medicorum and the tradition of medical prudence. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 19-37

Linden, D.E.J., T. Dierks, M. Jandl, E. Formisano, R. Goebel, H. Lanfermann and W. Singer (1999) Activation of Heschl`s gyrus during auditory hallucinations.
Neuron 22, 615-621

Linden, D.E.J., U. Kallenbach, A. Heinecke, W. Singer and R. Goebel: The myth of upright vision. A psychophysical and functional imaging study of adaptation to inverting spectacles. Perception 28, 469-481

Linden, D.E.J., D. Prvulovic, E. Formisano, M. Völlinger, F.E. Zanella, R. Goebel and T. Dierks: The functional neuroanatomy of target detection: an fMRI study of visual and auditory oddball tasks. Cerebral Cortex 9, 815-823

Nase, G., J. Weishaupt, P. Stern, W. Singer and H. Monyer: Genetic and epigenetic regulation of NMDA receptor expression in the rat visual cortex.
European Journal of Neuroscience 11, 4320-4326

Neuenschwander, S., M. Castelo-Branco and W. Singer: Synchronous oscillations in the cat retina. Vision Research 39, 2485-2497

Nowak, L.G., M.H.J. Munk, A.C. James, P. Girard and J. Bullier: Cross-correlation study of the temporal interactions between areas V1 and V2 of the macaque monkey. Journal of Neurophysiology 81, 1057-1074

Rettenbach, R., G. Diller and R. Sireteanu: Do deaf people see better? Texture segmentation and visual search compensate in adult but not in juvenile subjects. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 11(5), 560-583

Scherg, M., D.E.J. Linden, L. Muckli, R. Roth, K. Drüen, N. Ille, S. Linek, F.E. Zanella, W. Singer and R. Goebel: Combining MEG with fMRI in studies of the human visual system. In: Advances in Biomagnetism, (Eds.) Yoshimoto, T., M. Kotani, H. Karibe, N. Nakasato. Tohoku University Press, Sendai 1999, 129-132

Schmidt, K.E., R.A.W. Galuske and W. Singer: Matching the modules: cortical maps and long-range intrinsic connections in visual cortex during development. Journal of Neurobiology 41(1), 10-17

Singer, W.: Sriving for coherence. News and Views. Nature 397, 391-393

Singer, W.: Tierversuche - ein ethischer Konflikt. Kulturchronik 17(2), 48-52

Singer, W.: Weshalb er keine Sonette schreibt. Für Paulus Böhmer.
In: Wer ich bin? Notizen zu Paulus Böhmer. Axel Dielmann Verlag, Frankfurt 1999, 9-11

Singer, W.: Time as a coding space? In: Cognitive Neuroscience, (Eds.) M. Gallagher and D.L. Schacter. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 9(2), 189-194

Singer, W.: Der Geist tickt auf 40 Hz. Süddeutsche Zeitung (22./23./24. Mai 1999) 116, III

Singer, W.: Binding by neural synchrony. In: The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences, (Eds.) R.A. Wilson and F.C. Keil. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. 1999, 81-84

Singer, W.: Ironische Züge im Gesicht der Wissenschaft. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (6. Okt. 1999) 232 (Feuilleton), 39

Singer, W.: Das Bild im Kopf - ein Paradigmenwechsel. In: Gene, Neurone, Qubits & Co. Unsere Welten der Information. Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte, (Eds.) D. Ganten u.a. S. Hirzel Verlag, Stuttgart, Leipzig 1999, 267-278

Singer, W.: Neuronal synchrony: a versatile code for the definition of relations? Neuron 24, 49-65 (References 111-125)

Singer, W.: Für und wider die Natur. In: Glück und Gerechtigkeit. Moral am Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts, (Ed.) R. Stäblein. Insel Verlag, Frankfurt/Main 1999, 105-117

Singer, W.: Hirnforschung an der Schwelle zum nächsten Jahrhundert.
In: Jahrhundertwissenschaft Biologie, (Ed.) P. Sitte. Verlag Beck, München 1999, 203-233

Singer, W.: Meinung zu "Hat ein Schöpfer das All und die Menschen erschaffen?" Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 26.12.1999, Nr. 51 R, S. 4

Singer, W.:Vom Geschöpf zum Schöpfer. Wie die Entzauberung des Lebens das Selbstbildnis des Menschen verändert. Fikrun Wa Fann 70, 18-20

Singer, W.: Non l'évolution ne peut être planifiée. Courrier International 474, 63

Singer, W.: The observer in the brain. In: Understanding Representation in the Cognitive Sciences, (Eds.) A. Riegler, M. Peschl, A. von Stein. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York 1999, 253-256

Singer, W.: Response synchronization: A universal coding strategy for the definition of relations. In: The New Cognitive Neurosciences, Second Edition, (Ed.) M.S. Gazzaniga. MIT Press, Cambridge MA 1999/2000, 325-338

Singer, W.: Processi di sincronizzazione di gruppi di neuroni nel sistema nervoso centrale. Übersetzung aus dem englischen ins italienische.In: Frontiere della Vita. Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana. Fondata da Giovanni Treccani, pp. 525-536

Singer, W. und N. Lossau: Hoffnung für Querschnittsgelähmte. Die Welt, 15. Dez. 1999, 33

Singer, W. und L. Montada: Polemik oder Diskurs. Moderation: Hazel Rosenstrauch. Hrsg. Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften. In: GEGENWORTE. Zeitschrift für den Disput über Wissen. 4, 10-16

Singer, W. und L. Reisch: In der Bildung gilt: Je früher, desto besser.
Psychologie Heute 26(12), 60-65

Singer, W. und C.P. Simon: Abschied von der Seele. Die Woche, Wissenschaft und Technik, 19. Feb. 1999, 26

Sireteanu, R.: Switching on the infant brain. Science 286, 59-61

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Brecht, M., W. Singer and A.K. Engel: Correlation analysis of corticotectal interactions in the cat visual system. Journal of Neurophysiology 79, 2394-2407

Castelo-Branco., M., S. Neuenschwander and W. Singer: Synchronization of visual responses between the cortex, lateral geniculate nucleus, and retina in the anesthetized cat. Journal of Neuroscience 18, 6395-6410

Dierks, T., D.E.J. Linden, A. Hertel, T. Günther, H. Lanfermann, A. Niesen, L. Frölich, F.E. Zanella, G. Hör, R. Goebel and K. Maurer: Multimodal imaging of residual function and compensatory resource allocation in cortical atrophy: a case study of parietal lobe function in a patient with Huntington's disease.
Psychiatry Research Neuroimaging 84, 27-35

Engel, A.K., M. Brecht, P. Fries und W. Singer: Zeitliche Bindung und der Aufbau visueller Objektpräsentationen. In: Intelligente Informationsverarbeitung, (Eds.) U. Kotkamp, W. Krause. Deutscher Universitätsverlag, Wiesbaden 1998, 193-200

Engel, A.K. and P. König: Paradigm shifts in the neurobiology of perception.
In: Intelligence and artificial intelligence, (Eds.) U. Ratsch, M.M. Richter, I.-O. Stamatescu. Springer Verlag, Berlin 1998, 178-192

Engel, A.K. and P. König: Das neurobiologische Wahrnehmungsparadigma: eine kritische Bestandsaufnahme. In: Der Mensch in der Perspektive der Kognitionswissenschaften, (Eds.) P. Gold, A.K. Engel. Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt 1998, 156-194

Engel, A.K.: Neuronale Grundlagen der perzeptiven Integration.
In: Der Sinn der Sinne. Schriftreihe Forum Bd. 8, (Eds.) Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Steidl Verlag, Göttingen 1998, 158-178

Goebel, R., D.E.J. Linden, H. Lanfermann, F.E. Zanella and W. Singer:
Functional imaging of mirror and inverse reading reveals separate coactivated networks for oculomotion and spatial transformations. NeuroReport 9, 713-719

Goebel, R., D. Khorram-Sefat, L. Muckli, H. Hacker and W. Singer:
The constructive nature of vision: direct evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of apparent motion and motion imagery. European Journal of Neuroscience 10, 1563-1573

Gold, P. und A.K. Engel (Eds.): Der Mensch in der Perspektive der Kognitionswissenschaften. Suhrkamp, Frankfurt/M. 1998, 486 Seiten

Gold, P. und A.K. Engel (Eds.): Wozu Kognitionswissenschaften? Eine Einleitung. In: Der Mensch in der Perspektive der Kognitionswissenschaften, (Eds.) P. Gold, A.K. Engel. Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt 1998, 9-16

Grün, S., F. Tennigkeit and M.H.J. Munk: The role of time in neuronal processing. B.I.F. Futura 13, 182-196

Leonards, U. and W. Singer: Two segmentation mechanisms with differential sensitivity for colour and luminance contrast. Vision Research 38(1), 101-109

Leonards, U., R. Rettenbach and R. Sireteanu: Parallel visual search is not always effortless. Cognitive Brain Research 7, 207-213

Linden, D.E.J.: Visual perception: myths and mechanisms. Trends in Neurosciences 21(6), 225-226

Löwel, S., K.E. Schmidt, D.-S. Kim, F. Wolf, F. Hoffsümmer, W. Singer and T. Bonhoeffer: The layout of orientation and ocular dominance domains in area 17 of strabismic cats. European Journal of Neuroscience 10, 2629-2643

Rager, G. and W. Singer: The response of cat visual cortex to flicker stimuli of variable frequency. European Journal of Neuroscience 10, 1856-1877

Roelfsema, P.R. and W. Singer: Detecting Connectedness. Cerebral Cortex 8, 385-396

Singer, W.: Auf dem Weg nach innen. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 27.02.1998, 49, 41

Singer, W.: Auf dem Weg nach innen. 50 Jahre Hirnforschung in der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft. MPG Spiegel 2/98, 20-34

Singer, W.: Der Weg nach innen. 50 Jahre Hirnforschung in der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft. In: Forschung an den Grenzen des Wissens: 50 Jahre Max-Planck-Gesellschaft 1948-1998, Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht Göttingen 1998, 45-73

Singer, W.: Consciousness from a neurobiological perspective.
In: From Brains to Consciousness?, (Ed.) S. Rose. Penguin Books Ltd., London 1998, 228-245

Singer, W.: Consciousness from a neurobiological perspective.
In: Brain and Mind: Evolutionary Perspectives, (Eds.) M.S. Gazzaniga, J.S. Altman. HFSP Strasbourg 1998, 72-88

Singer, W.: "Früh übt sich ....." Zur Neurobiologie des Lernens.
In: Ungenutzte Potentiale. Wege zu konstruktivem Üben, (Ed.) G. Mantel. Schott Musik International, Mainz 1998, 43-53

Singer, W.: Consciousness and the structure of neuronal representations.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences 353, 1829-1840

Singer, W.: Das wichtigste Tausendstel unter den toten Tieren. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28.11.1998, 277, 36

Singer, W., A. Kreiter, P. Fries, S. Herculano, M. Volgushev and S. Neuenschwander: The putative role of precise timing in cortical processing. In: Basic Mechanisms in Cognition and Language, (Eds.) C. von Euler, I. Lundberg, R. Llinas. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1998, 63-85

Sireteanu, R., B. Neu, M. Fronius and D.H. Constantinescu: Live vs. video observation in foreced-choice preferential looking: a comparison of methods. Strabismus 6(2), 81-86

Skaliora, I., W. Singer, H. Betz and A.W. Püschel: Differential patterns of semaphorin expression in the developing rat brain. European Journal of Neuroscience 10, 1215-1229

Volgushev, M., M. Chistiakova and W. Singer: Modification of discharge patterns of neocortical neurons by induced oscillations of the membrane potential. Neuroscience 83(1), 15-25

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Delius, J.A.M., I. Kramer, M. Schachner and W. Singer: NCAM 180 in the postnatal development of cat visual cortex: An immunohistochemical study.
Journal of Neuroscience Research 49, 255-267

Engel, A. K., P. Fries, P.R. Roelfsema, P. König and W. Singer: Temporal binding, binocular rivalry, and consciousness. Third electronic seminar "Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness" (ASSC) Website

Engel, A. K., P.R. Roelfsema, P. Fries, M. Brecht and W. Singer: Role of the temporal domain for response selection and perceptual binding. Cerebral Cortex 7, 571-582

Engel, A.K., P.R. Roelfsema, P. Fries, M. Brecht and W. Singer: Binding and response selection in the temporal domain - a new paradigm for neurobiological research. Theory Bioscience 116, 241-266

Engel, A.K., P.R. Roelfsema, P. König and W. Singer: Neurophysiological relevance of time. In: Time, temporality, now, (Eds.) E. Ruhnau, H. Atmanspacher. Springer, Berlin 1997, 133-157

Engel, A.K. and W. Singer: Neuronale Grundlagen der Gestaltwahrnehmung.
In: Spektrum Dossier 4/1997: Kopf oder Computer. Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Heidelberg 1997, 66-73

Fries, P., P.R. Roelfsema, A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: Synchronization of oscillatory responses in visual cortex correlates with perception in interocular rivalry.  Proceedngs of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 94, 12699-12704

Gerstner, W., A.K. Kreiter, H. Markram and A.V.M. Herz: Neural codes: Firing rates and beyond. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 94, 12740-12741

Gödecke, I., D.-S. Kim, T. Bonhoeffer and W. Singer: Development of orientation preference maps in kitten visual cortex. European Journal of Neuroscience 9, 1754-1762

Hansel, C., A. Artola and W. Singer: Relation between dendritic Ca2+ levels and the polarity of synaptic long term modifications in rat visual cortex neurons. European Journal of Neuroscience 9, 2309-2322

Leonards, U. and W. Singer: Selective temporal interactions between processing streams with differential sensitivity for colour and luminance contrast. Vision Research 37, 1129-1140

Linden, D.E.J.: Gespenst des Biologismus. Deutsches Ärzteblatt 94, Heft 17, 3-4

Löwel, S., K.E. Schmidt and W. Singer: Nature vs. nurture in the development of tangential connections and functional maps in the visual cortex. In: Artificial neural networks - ICANN '97, (Eds.) W. Gerstner, A. Germond, M. Hasler, J.-D. Nicoud. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg 1997, 171-176

Neu, B. and R. Sireteanu: Monocular acuity in preschool children: Assessment with the Teller and Keeler acuity cards in comparison to the C-test. Strabismus 5, 185-201

Phillips, W.A. and W. Singer: In search of common foundations for cortical computation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20, 657-722

Roelfsema, P.R., A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: Visuomotor integration is associated with zero time-lag synchronization among cortical areas.  Nature 385, 157-161

Schmidt, K.E., R. Goebel, S. Löwel and W. Singer: The perceptual grouping criterion of colinearity is reflected by anisotropies of connections in the primary visual cortex. European Journal of Neuroscience 9, 1083-1089

Schmidt, K.E., D.-S. Kim, W. Singer, T. Bonhoeffer and S. Löwel: Functional specificity of long-range intrinsic and interhemispheric connections in the visual cortex of strabismic cats. The Journal of Neuroscience 17, 5480-5492

Singer, W.: Der Beobachter im Gehirn. In: Der Mensch und sein Gehirn, (Eds.) H. Meier and D. Ploog. Piper, München Zürich 1997, 35-65

Singer, W.: Für und wider die Natur? Einleitungsreferat zu den Römerberggesprächen 1996 "Hunde wollt ihr ewig leben? Der Zugriff der Biologen". In: Jahrbuch für Geschichte und Theorie der Biologie IV, (Eds.) H. J. v. Rheinberger, M. Weingarten. VWB, Berlin 1997, 7-14

Singer, W.: Towards a European forum for the neurosciences. Trends in Neurosciences 20, 116-118

Singer, W.: Die Architektur des Gehirns als Modell für komplexe Stadtstrukturen? In: Virtual Cities, (Eds.) C. Maar and F. Rötzer. Birkhäuser, Basel 1997, 153-161

Singer, W.: Bewußtsein, etwas "Neues, bis dahin Unerhörtes".  In: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Berichte und Abhandlungen, Band 4. Akademie, Berlin 1997, 175-190

Singer, W.: Funktionelle Organisation der Großhirnrinde. Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 50, 386-394

Singer, W.: Development and plasticity of neocortical processing architectures. In: Neural-Networks Models of Cognition, (Eds.) J. W. Donahoe and V. Packard Dorsel. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1997, 143-159

Singer, W., A.K. Engel, A.K. Kreiter, M.H.J. Munk, S. Neuenschwander and P.R. Roelfsema: Neuronal assemblies: necessity, signature and detectability.
Trends in Cognitive Scienc:es 1, 252-261

Singer, W. and R. Reed: Editorial Overview. Current Opinion in Neurobiology.
In: Sensory Systems, Current Opinion in Neurobiology 7(4), (Eds.) W. Singer and R. Reed. Current Biol. Ltd., London 1997, 469-472

Stern, P.: Synaptic interactions between principal neurons and interneurons in the hippocampus and neocortex.  In: Proceedings of the 25th Göttingen neurobiology conference, (Eds.) N. Elsner and H. Wässle. Thieme, Stuttgart New York 1997, 374-378

Vanduffel, W., E. Vandenbussche, W. Singer and G.A. Orban: A metabolic mapping study of orientation discrimination and detection tasks in the cat.
European Journal of Neuroscience 9, 1314-132

Volgushev, M., L.L. Voronin, M. Chistiakova and W. Singer: Relations between long-term synaptic modifications and paired-pulse interactions in the rat neocortex. European Journal of Neuroscience 9, 1656-1665

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Year 1996

Artola, A., T. Hensch and W. Singer: Calcium-induced long-term depression in the visual cortex of the rat "in vitro". J. Neurophysiol. 76(2), 984-994

Brecht, M. and A.K. Engel: Cortico-tectal interactions in the cat visual system.
In: Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 96. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Bd. 1112, (Eds.) C. von der Malsburg, W. von Seelen, J. C. Vorbrüggen, B. Sendhoff. Springer, Berlin 1996, 395-399

Engel, A.K.: Prinzipien der Wahrnehmung: Das visuelle System. In: Kopf-Arbeit. Gehirnfunktionen und kognitive Leistungen, Hrsg. G. Roth und W. Prinz. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg 1996, 181-207

Engel, A.K. und P. König: Der Aufbau neuronaler Repräsentationen im Sehsystem. In: Interne Repräsentationen - Neue Konzepte der Hirnforschung, Hrsg. G. Rusch, S. J. Schmidt, O. Breidbach. Suhrkamp, Frankfurt 1996, 122-152

Engel, A.K., P. König und W. Singer: Zeitliche Kodierung im Sehsystem. Die Rolle synchroner Aktivität für die neuronale Informationsverarbeitung. Deut. Physiolog. Ges. 7, 12-21

Galuske, R.A.W., D-S. Kim, E. Castrén, H. Thoenen and W. Singer: Brain-derived neurotrophic factor reversed experience-dependent synaptic modifications in kitten visual cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci. 8, 1554-1559

Galuske, R.A.W. and W. Singer: The origin and topography of long-range intrinsic projections in cat visual cortex: A developmental study. Cerebral Cortex 6, 417-430

Goebel, R.: Brain voyager: A program for analyzing and visualizing functional and structural magnetic resonance data sets. NeuroImage 3(3), 604

Goebel, R., D. Khorram-Sefat, H. Hacker and W. Singer: Going beyond the information given: The neuronal substrate of phi-motion and shape-from-motion as revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging. NeuroImage 3(3), 274

Hansel, C. and W. Singer: Calcium imaging in neurons of rat brain slices.
Neurosci. Prot. 7, 1-14

Hoffsümmer, F., F. Wolf, T. Geisel, S. Löwel and K.E. Schmidt: Sequential bifurcation and dynamic rearrangement of columnar patterns during cortical development. In: Computational Neuroscience. Trends in Research, Ed. J. M. Bower. Academic Press, San Diego 1996, 197-202

König, P., A.K. Engel and W. Singer: Integrator or coincidence detector? The role of the cortical neuron revisited. Trends in Neurosci. 19(4), 130-137

König, P., A.K. Engel and W. Singer: Reply to commentary K. Kirschfeld: The temporal-correlation hypothesis. Trends in Neurosci. 19(10), 415-416

Kreiter, A.K. and W. Singer: Stimulus-dependent synchronization of neuronal responses in the visual cortex of the awake macaque monkey.
J. Neurosci. 16(7), 2381-2396

Kreiter, A.K. and W. Singer: On the role of neural synchrony in the primate visual cortex. In: Brain Theory. Biological Basis and Computational Principles, Eds. A. Aertsen and V. Braitenberg. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1996, 201-227

Leonards, U., W. Singer and M. Fahle: The influence of temporal phase differences on texture segmentation. Vision Res. 36, 2689-2697

Munk, M.H.J., P.R. Roelfsema, P. König, A.K. Engel and W. Singer: Role of reticular activation in the modulation of intracortical synchronization.
Science 272, 271-274

Murre, J. and R. Goebel: Connectionist models. In: Computational Psycholinguistics, Eds. T. Dijkstra and K. De Smedt. Taylor and Francis, London 1996, 49-81

Neuenschwander, S., A.K. Engel, P. König, W. Singer and F.J. Varela: Synchronization of neuronal responses in the optic tectum of awake pigeons.
Vis. Neurosci. 13, 575-584

Neuenschwander, S. and W. Singer: Long-range synchronization of oscillatory light responses in the cat retina and lateral geniculate nucleus. Nature 379, 728-733

Papp, A.: Presynaptic modification of synaptic transmission at identified aplysia central synapses, induced by changes in protein kinase C activity. Neurobiol. 4, 203-216

Papp, A. and J. Hoyer: PKC-dependent reduction of the Acetylcholin-evoked inward Na current aplysia D-neurons: Effect of injected PKC activators. Brain Res. 708, 123-127

Roelfsema, P.R., A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: The role of neuronal synchronization in response selection: A biologically plausible theory of structured representations in the visual cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 8(6): 603-625 (1996)

Singer, W.: The changing face of inhibition. Current Biology 6(4), 395-397

Singer, W.: Funktionelle Organisation der Großhirnrinde. Nova Acta Leopoldina NF 72(294), 61-78

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung - Neuronale Plastizität -Lernen. In: Lehrbuch der Physiologie (2. Auflage), Hrsg. S. Silbernagl, R. Klinke. Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart 1996, 709-720

Singer, W.: Neurobiologie von Lernen und Gedächtnis. In: Wörterbuch der Kognitionswissenschaft, Hrsg. G. Strube. Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart 1996, 428-434

Singer, W.: Neuronal synchronization: A solution to the binding problem?
In: The Mind-Brain Continuum. Sensory Processes, Eds. R. Llinas and P. S. Churchland. MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. 1996, 100-130

Singer, W.: Synchronization as a mechanism for response selection in visual processing. In: Vision and movement mechanisms in the cerebral cortex, Eds. R. Caminiti, K.-P. Hoffmann, F. Lacquaniti, J. Altman. HFSP, Strasbourg 1996, 153-162

Singer, W., A.K. Kreiter, A.K. Engel, P. Fries, P.R. Roelfsema and M. Volgushev:
Precise time of neuronal discharges with and across cortical areas: Implications for synaptic transmission. J. Physiology (Paris) 90, 221-222

Sireteanu, R. und R. Rettenbach: Textursegmentierung und visuelle Suche: Entwicklung, Lernen und Plastizität. Klin. Monatsbl. Augenheilkd. 208, 3-10

Voronin, L.L., M. Volgushev, M. Chistiakova, U. Kuhnt and W. Singer:
Involvement of silent synapses in the induction of long-term potentiation and long-term depression in neocortical hippocampal neurons. Neuroscience 74(2), 323-330

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Year 1995

Freiwald, W.A., A.K. Kreiter and W. Singer: Stimulus dependent intercolumnar synchronization of single unit responses in cat area 17. NeuroReport 6, 2348-2352

Goebel, R.: Neurolator - Ein Programm zur Simulation neuronaler Netzwerke.
In: Forschung und wissenschaftliches Rechnen. Beiträge zum Heinz-Billing-Preis 1994, GWDG-Bericht Nr. 40, Hrsg. T. Plesser, P. Wittenburg. Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung mbH Göttingen 1995, 13-36

Goodhill, G.J. and S. Löwel: Theory meets experiment: correlated neural activity helps determine ocular dominance column periodicity. Trends Neurosci. 18(10), 437-439

Gu, Q. and W. Singer: Involvement of serotonin in developmental plasticity of kitten visual cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci. 7, 1146-1153

Hoffsümmer, F., F. Wolf, T. Geisel, S. Löwel and K.E. Schmidt: Sequential bifurcation of orientation- and ocular dominance maps. In: ICANN '95: Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, Eds. F. Fogelman-Soulié, P. Gallinari. EC2 & Cie, Paris 1995, 535-540

König, P. and A.K. Engel: Correlated firing in sensory-motor systems. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 5, 511-519

König, P., A.K. Engel, P.R. Roelfsema and W. Singer: How precise is neuronal synchronization? Neural Computation 7, 469-485

König, P., A.K. Engel and W. Singer: Relation between oscillatory activity and long-range synchronization in cat visual cortex. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 92, 290-294

Kossel, A., S. Löwel and J. Bolz: Relationships between dendritic fields and functional architecture in striate cortex of normal and visually deprived cats. J. Neurosci. 15(5), 3913-3926

Löwel, S.: Welchen Einfluß hat visuelle Erfahrung auf die Strukturierung der Sehrinde von Hauskatzen ("Felis catus forma domestica")? Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. (DZG) 88.2, 217-228

Lozovaya, N.A. and M.R. Klee: Phorbol diacetate differentially regulates the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) and non-NMDA receptor-mediated components of the rat hippocampal excitatory postsynaptic currents. Neurosci. Letters 189, 101-104

Munk, M.H.J., L.G. Nowak, J.I. Nelson and J. Bullier: Structural basis of cortical synchronization. II. Effects of cortical lesions. J. Neurophysiol. 74(6), 2401-2414

Munk, M.H.J., L.G. Nowak, P. Girard, N. Chounlamountri and J. Bullier Visual latencies in cytochrome oxidase bands of macaque area V2. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1995 Feb 14;92(4):988-92

Nowak, L.G., M.H.J. Munk, J.I. Nelson, A.C. James and J. Bullier: Structural basis of cortical synchronization. I. Three types of interhemispheric coupling.
J. Neurophysiol. 74(6), 2379-2400

Nowak, L.G., M.H.J. Munk, P. Girard and J. Bullier Visual latencies in areas V1 and V2 of the macaque monkey. Vis Neurosci. 1995 Mar-Apr;12(2):371-84

Papp, A. and M.R. Klee: Alterations in the action potential of Aplysia neurons evoked by a phorbolester are mediated by protein kinase C. Brain Res. 684, 107-111

Reed, R. and W. Singer: Editorial Overview. Current Opinion in Neurobiology.
In: Sensory Systems, Current Opinion in Neurobiology 5(4), Eds. R. Reed, W. Singer. Current Biology Ltd., London 1995, 429-433

Roelfsema, P.R., A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: Oscillations and synchrony in the visual cortex: Evidence for their functional relevance. In: Oscillatory Event-Related Brain Dynamics, Ed. C. Pantev. Plenum Press, New York 1995, 99-114

Singer, W.: The role of synchrony in neocortical processing and synaptic plasticity. In: Physics of Neural Networks. Models of Neural Networks II, Eds. E. Domany, J.L. van Hemmen, K. Schulten. Springer Verlag, New York, Berlin, Heidelberg 1995, 141-173

Singer, W.: Synchronization of neuronal responses as a putative binding mechanism. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, Ed. M.A. Arbib. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 1995, 960-964

Singer, W.: Development and plasticity of cortical processing architectures. Science 270, 758-764

Singer, W. and A. Artola: The role of NMDA receptors in use-dependent synaptic plasticity of the visual cortex. In: Excitatory Amino Acids and Synaptic Transmission, Second Edition, Eds. H. Wheal, A. Thomson. Academic Press Ltd., London 1995, 249-261

Singer, W. and C.M. Gray: Visual feature integration and the temporal correlation hypothesis. Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 18, 555-586

Sireteanu, R.: Development of the visual field: Results from human and animal studies. In: Infant Vision, Eds. F. Vital-Durand, J. Atkinson, O. Braddick. University Press, Oxford 1995, 17-31

Sireteanu, R. and R. Rettenbach: Perceptual Learning in Visual Search: Fast, Enduring, but Non-specific. Vision Res. 35(14), 2037-2043

Vanduffel, W., E. Vandenbussche, W. Singer and G.A. Orban: Metabolic mapping of visual areas in the behaving cat: A [14C]2-deoxyglucose study.
J. Comp. Neurol. 354, 161-180

Volgushev, M., L.L. Voronin, M. Chistiakova, A. Artola and W. Singer: All-or-none excitatory postsynaptic potentials in the rat visual cortex.
Eur. J. Neurosci. 7, 1751-1760

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Year 1994

Artola, A. and W. Singer: NMDA receptors and developmental plasticity in visual neocortex. In: The NMDA Receptor, 2nd Edition, Eds. G.L. Collingridge, J.C. Watkins. Oxford University Press, Oxford 1994, 313-339

Artola A., S. Bröcher, T. Hensch and W. Singer: Homosynaptic long-term depression and its relationship to long-term potentiation in the rat neocortex in vitro. In: Structural and Functional Organization of the Neocortex. In memoriam Otto D. Creutzfeldt, Eds. B. Albowitz, K. Albus, H.-Ch. Nothdurft and P. Wahle. Springer Verlag, Berlin 1994, 80-91

Chizmakov, I.V. and M.R. Klee: The action of phorbol ester on voltage-dependent parameters of the sodium current in isolated hippocampal neurons. Neuroscience 59, 285-290

Fronius, M. and R. Sireteanu: Pointing errors in strabismics: complex patterns of distorted visuomotor coordination. Vision Res. 34, 689-707

Goto, S. and W. Singer: Laminar and columnar organization of immunoreactivity for calcineurin, a calcium- and calmodulin-regulated protein phosphatase, in monkey striate cortex. Cerebral Cortex 6, 636-645

Kim, D.-S. and Bonhoeffer, T.: Reverse occlusion leads to a precise restoration of orientation preference maps in visual cortex. Nature 370, 370-372

Kisvárday, Z.F., D.-S. Kim, U.T. Eysel and T. Bonhoeffer: Relationship between lateral inhibitory connections and the topography of the orientation map in cat visual cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci. 6, 1619-1632

König, P.: A method for the quantification of synchrony and oscillatory properties of neuronal activity. J. Neurosci. Meth. 54, 31-37

Kossel, A., S. Löwel and J. Bolz: Plasticity of spiny stellate cells in cat visual cortex of normal and visually deprived animals. Biomed. Res. 15, Suppl. 1, 107-111

Löwel, S.: Ocular dominance column development: Strabismus changes the spacing of adjacent columns in cat visual cortex. J. Neurosci. 14, 7451-7468

Rieth, C. and R. Sireteanu: Texture segmentation and visual search based on orientation contrast: An infant study with the familiarization - novelty preference method. Infant Beh. and Dev. 17, 359-369

Rieth, C. and R. Sireteanu: Texture segmentation and "pop-out" in infants and children: The effect of test field size. Spatial Vision 8, 173-191

Roelfsema, P.R., P. König, A.K. Engel, R. Sireteanu and W. Singer:
Reduced synchronization in the visual cortex of cats with strabismic amblyopia. Eur. J. Neurosci. 6, 1645-1655

Schillen, T.B. and P. König: Binding by temporal structure in multiple feature domains of an oscillatory neuronal network. Biol. Cybern. 70, 397-405

Singer, W.: Neuroscience in Europe: the European Neuroscience Association. Trends in Neurosciences 17(8): 330-332 (1994)

Singer, W.: Einführung. In: Gehirn und Bewußtsein. Spektrum der Wissenschaften, Ed. W. Singer. Spektrum Verlag, Heidelberg 1994, VII-IX

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung - neuronale Plastizität - Lernen. In: Lehrbuch der Physiologie. Eds. R. Silbernagl, R. Klinke. Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart 1994, 725-737

Singer, W.: A new job for the thalamus. Nature 369, 444-445

Singer, W.: The putative role of synchrony in cortical processing.
In: Structural and Functional Organization of the Neocortex, Eds. B. Albowitz, K. Albus, U. Kuhnt, H.-Ch. Nothdurft, P. Wahle. Springer Verlag, Berlin 1994, 329-343

Singer, W.: Putative functions of temporal correlations in neocortical processing. In: Large-Scale Neuronal Theories of the Brain, Eds. C. Koch, J.L. Davis. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 1994, 201-237

Singer, W.: Time as a coding space in neocortical processing. A hypothesis.
In: Temporal Coding in the Brain, Eds. Buzsaki et al. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg 1994, 51-79

Singer, W.: The organization of sensory motor representations in the neocortex: A hypothesis based on temporal coding. In: Attention and Performance XV. Conscious and Nonconscious Information Processing, Eds. C. Umilta, M. Moscovitch. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 1994, 76-107

Singer, W.: Time as coding space in neocortical processing: A hypothesis.
In: The Cognitive Neurosciences, Ed. M.S. Gazzaniga. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 1994, 91-104

Singer, W.: Coherence as an organizing principle of cortical functions.
In: Selectionism and the Brain. Intern. Review of Neurobiology, Eds. O. Sporns, G. Tononi. Academic Press, San Diego 1994, 153-183

Singer, W.: The putative role of synchrony in cortical processing.
In: Sensory Transduction, Eds. N. Elsner, H. Breer. Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart 1994, 119-14

Singer, W. and A. Artola: Plasticity of the Mature Neocortex.
In: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Higher Neural Functions, Eds. A.I. Selverston, P. Ascher. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester 1994, 49-69

Sireteanu, R., M. Fronius and D.H. Constantinescu: The development of visual acuity in the peripheral visual field of human infants: binocular and monocular measurements. Vision Res. 34, 1659-1671

Sireteanu, R., B. Groten and R. Rettenbach: Visuelle Kompensation bei hörgeschädigten Kindern und Jugendlichen? In: Spracherwerb bei hörenden, sehenden, hörgeschädigten, gehörlosen und blinden Kindern, Ed. A. Peltzer-Karpf. Gunter Narr Verlag Tübingen 1994, 351-365

Volgushev, M., L.L. Voronin, M. Chistiakova and W. Singer: Induction of LTP and LTD in visual cortex neurones by intracellular tetanization.
NeuroReport 5, 2069-2072

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Year 1993

Aldolvahab-Emminger, H. and R. Sireteanu: Residual visual properties in human amblyopia after monocular deprivation in early life. Clin.Vision Sci. 8, 263-279

Artola, A. and W. Singer: Long-term depression: related mechanisms in cerebellum, neocortex, and hippocampus. In: Synaptic Plasticity: Molecular, Cellular and Functional Aspects, Eds. R. Thompson, J. Davis, M. Baudry. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 1993, 129-146

Artola, A. and W. Singer: Long-term depression of excitatory synaptic transmission and its relationship to long-term potentiation. Trends in Neurosci. 16, 480-487

Deppisch, J., H.-U. Bauer, T. Schillen, P. König, K. Pawelzik and T. Geisel:
Alternating oscillatory and stochastic states in a network of spiking neurons.
Network 4, 243-257

Engel, A.K. and P. König: Paradigm shifts in neurobiology towards a new theory of perception. In: Philosophy and the Cognitive Sciences. Proceedings of the 16th Wittgenstein Symposium, Eds. R. Casati, G. White. Wittgenstein-Gesellschaft Kirchberg 1993, 131-138

Engel, A.K., P. König and W. Singer: Bildung repräsentationaler Zustände im Gehirn. Spektrum d. Wissenschaft 9, 42-47

Galuske, R.A.W., J.A.M. Delius and W. Singer: Lucifer yellow filling of immunohistochemically pre-labeled neurons: a new method to characterize neuronal subpopulations. J. Histochem. Cytochem. 41, 1043-1052

Goto, S., W. Singer and Q. Gu: Immunocytochemical localization of calcineurin in the adult and developing primary visual cortex of cats. Exp. Brain Res. 96, 377-386

Gu, Q. and W. Singer: Effects of intracortical infusion of anticholinergic drugs on neuronal plasticity in kitten striate cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci. 5, 475-485

König, P., A.K. Engel, S. Löwel and W. Singer: Squint affects synchronization of oscillatory responses in cat visual cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci. 5, 501-508

König, P., P. Janosch and T.B. Schillen: Assembly formation and segregation by a self-organizing neuronal oscillator model. In: Computation and Neural System, Eds. F.H. Eeckman, J.M. Bower. Kluwer, Norwell 1993, 503-507

Leonards, U. and R. Sireteanu: Interocular suppression in normal and amblyopic subjects: The effect of unilateral attenuation with neutral density filters. Perception & Psychophysics 54, 65-74

Lewandowski, M.H., C.M. Müller and W. Singer: Reticular facilitation of cat visual cortical responses is mediated by nicotinic and muscarinic cholinergic mechanisms. Exp. Brain Res. 96, 1-7

Löwel, S. and W. Singer: Monocularly induced 2-deoxyglucose patterns in the visual cortex and lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat: I. Anaesthetized and paralysed animals. Eur. J. Neurosci. 5, 846-856

Löwel, S. and W. Singer: Monocularly induced 2-deoxyglucose patterns in the visual cortex and lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat. II. Awake animals and strabismic animals. Eur. J. Neurosci. 5, 857-869

Müller, C.M., M.H. Lewandowski and W. Singer: Structures mediating cholinergic reticular facilitation of cortical responses in the cat: effects of lesions in immunocytochemically characterized projections. Exp. Brain Res. 93, 8-18

Papp, A. and M.R. Klee: Protein kinase C activation in aplysia neurons by phorbol diacetate: Comparison of effects following extracellular or intracellular application. Acta Physiologica Hungarica 81, 147-157

Reed, R. and W. Singer: Editorial overview. In: Sensory Systems, Current Opinion in Neurobiology, Vol. 3, No. 4, Eds. R. Reed, W. Singer. Current Biology Ltd., London 1993, 501-505

Schillen, T.B. and P. König: Temporal structure can solve the binding problem for multiple feature domains. In: Computation and Neural Systems. Eds. F.H. Eeckman, J.U. Bower. Kluwer, Norwell 1993, 509-513

Schoen, S.W., G.W. Kreutzberg and W. Singer: Cytochemical redistribution of 5'nucleotidase in the developing cat visual cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci. 5, 210-222

Singer, W.: Neuronal representations, assemblies and temporal coherence.
In: Progress in Brain Research, Vol. 95, Eds. T.P. Hicks, S. Molotchnikoff, T. Ono. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1993, 461-474

Singer, W.: The formation of representations in the cerebral cortex. Schering Lecture's Publications. Hellmich KG, Berlin 1993, 5-26

Singer, W.: Synchronization of cortical activity and its putative role in information processing and learning. Ann. Rev. Physiol. 55, 349-374

Singer, W.: The significance of alternative methods for the reduction of animal experiments in the neurosciences. Neuroscience 57, 191-200

Singer, W.: Wahrnehmen ist das Verifizieren von vorausgeträumten Hypothesen. Kunstforum Bd. 124, 128-135

Singer, W., A. Artola, A.K. Engel, P. König, A.K. Kreiter, S. Löwel and T.B. Schillen: Neuronal representations and temporal codes. In: Exploring Brain Functions: Models in Neuroscience. Dahlem Conferences 1991, Eds. T.A. Poggio, D.A. Glaser. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester 1993, 179-194

Singer, W., J. Delacour and J.-C. S. Lévy: Reseaux Neuronaux: Possibilité de codage temporel. In: Nouvelles Structures de Matériaux. Masson, Paris 1993, 160-165

Sireteanu, R., W.-D. Lagrèze and D.H. Constantinescu: Distortions in two-dimensional visual space perception in strabismic observers.
Vision Res. 5/6, 677-690

Sireteanu, R., W. Singer and C. Rieth: Texture segregation based on line orientation develops late in childhood. In: Facets of Dyslexia and its Remediation, Eds. S.F. Wright, R. Groner. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1993, 3-12

Sireteanu, R., W. Singer, M. Fronius, J.M. Greuel, J. Best, A. Fiorentini, S. Bisti, C. Schiavi and E. Campos: Eye alignment and cortical binocularity in strabismic kittens: A comparison between tenotomy and recession. Vis. Neurosci. 10, 541-549

Vogel, M., H. Zimmermann and W. Singer: Transient association of the HNK-1 epitope with 5'-nucleotidase during development of the cat visual cortex.
Eur. J. Neurosci. 5, 1423-1425

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Bröcher, S., A. Artola and W. Singer: Intracellular injection of Ca++ chelators blocks induction of long-term depression in rat visual cortex.Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 89, 123-127Bröcher, S., A. Artola and W. Singer: Agonists of cholinergic and noradrenergic receptors facilitate synergistically the induction of long-term potentiation in slices of rat visual cortex. Brain Res. 573, 27-36Eccles, J.C.: Evolution of consciousness. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 89, 7320-7324Engel, A.: Vorstoß zu den Quellen der Intelligenz. In: Geo-Wissen Nr. 3/1992 "Intelligenz und Bewußtsein", 1992, 22-25Engel, A.K., P. König, A.K. Kreiter, T.B. Schillen and W. Singer.: Temporal coding in the visual cortex: new vistas on integration in the nervous system.Trends in Neurosci. 15, 218-226Engel, A.K., P. König and T.B. Schillen: Why does the cortex oscillate? Current Biology 2, 332-334Engel, A.K., P. König and W. Singer: Correlated neuronal firing: a clue to the integrative functions of cortex? In: Neural Network Dynamics, Eds. J.G. Taylor, E.R. Caianiello, R.M.J. Cotterill, J.W. Clark. Springer, London 1992, 125-139Engel, A.K., P. König and W. Singer: The functional nature of neuronal oscillations - Reply. Trends in Neurosci. 15, 387-388Fronius, M. and R. Sireteanu: Lokalisationsstörungen bei Schielamblyopen: Horizontale Streckenteilung und vertikale relative Lokalisation. Klin. Mbl. Augenheilk. 1, Bd. 201, 22-29Gray, C.M., A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: Synchronization of oscillatory neuronal responses in cat striate cortex: Temporal properties. Vis. Neurosci. 8, 337-347Gray, C.M., A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: Mechanisms underlying the generation of neuronal oscillations in cat visual cortex.In: Induced Rhythms in the Brain. Brain Dynamic Series, Eds. E. Basar, T.H. Bullock. Birkhäuser, Boston - Basel - Berlin 1992, 29-45Katz, B. and R. Sireteanu: Development of visual acuity in kittens: A comparison between jumping stand and teller acuity card test. Clin. Vision Sci. 7, 29-224Klee, M.R., T. Shirasaki, T. Nakaye, N. Akaike and E.N. Melikov: Interaction of strychnine and bicuculline with GABA- and glycine-induced chloride currents in isolated CA1 neurons. In: Epilepsy and Inhibition. Eds. E.-J. Speckmann, M.J. Gutnick. Urban & Schwarzenberg, München 1992, 93-106Klinke, R. and W. Singer: Biomedizinische Forschung im Würgegriff.Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Nr. 297/S. N3 König, P., B. Janosch, and T.B. Schillen: Stimulus-dependent assembly formation of oscillatory responses: III. Learning. Neural Comput. 4, 666-681Kreiter, A.K. and W. Singer: Oscillatory neuronal responses in the visual cortex of the awake macaque monkey. Eur. J. Neurosci. 4, 369-375Lagrèze, W.-D. und R. Sireteanu: Fehler der monokularen Lokalisation bei Schielamblyopie. Klin. Mbl. Augenheilk. 201, 92-96Löwel, S.: Blobs or slabs - is that the question? In: Information Processing in the Cortex. Experiments and Theory, Eds. A. Aertsen and V. Braitenberg. Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 1992, 441-445Löwel, S. and W. Singer: Selection of intrinsic horizontal connections in the visual cortex by correlated neuronal activity. Science 255: 209-212Müller, C.M.: Astrocytes in cat visual cortex studied by GFAP and S-100 immunocytochemistry during postnatal development. J. Comp. Neurol. 317, 309-323Singer, W.: Nobelpreis für Medizin 1991 für die Neurophysiologen Erwin Neher and Bert Sakmann. Deutsches Ärzteblatt 89/5, 280-286Singer, W.: Plasticity of the visual cortex. In: Neuroscience Facts, Ed. D.L. Cheney. Fidia Research Foundation, Washington, 1Singer, W.: (Obituary of) Otto Detlev Creutzfeldt, 1927-1992. Exp. Brain Res. 88, 463-465Singer, W.: Das Gehirn: Ein biologisches Lernsystem, das sich selbst organisiert. In: Gehirn und Geist, Ed. K.A. Klivington. Spektrum Akad. Verlag, Heidelberg 1992, 174-179Singer, W.: Zur Bedeutung von Alternativmethoden für eine Verminderung von Tierversuchen in den Neurowissenschaften. MPG Spiegel 5/1992, 35-42Sireteanu, R. and J. Best: Squint-induced modification of visual receptive fields in the lateral suprasylvian cortex of the cat: Binocular interaction, vertical effect and anomalous correspondence. Eur. J. Neurosci. 4, 235-242Sireteanu, R., B. Katz, G. Mohn and F. Vital-Durand: Teller acuity cards for testing visual development and the effects of experimental manipulation in macaques. Clin. Vision Sci. 7, 107-117

Sireteanu, R. and C. Rieth: Texture segregation in infants and children. Behav. Brain Res. 49, 133-139

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Artola, A., S. Bröcher and W. Singer: Mechanisms of use-dependent synaptic plasticity in slices of rat visual cortex. In: Excitator Amino Acids, Fidia Research Foundation 5, Eds. B.S.Meldrum, F.Moroni, R.P.Simon, and J.H.Woods. Raven Press, New York 1991, 495-501

Bigl, V. and W. Singer: Neuroscience in the former GDR. Trends in Neurosci. 14, 278-281

Bode-Greuel, K.M.: Developmental changes of calcium currents in the visual cortex of the cat. Exp. Brain Res. 84, 311-318

Bonhoeffer, T. and A. Grinvald: Iso-orientation domains in cat visual cortex are arranged in pinwheel-like patterns. Nature 353, 429-431

de Belsunce, S. and R. Sireteanu: The time course of interocular suppression in normal and amblyopic subjects. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis.Sci. 32, 2645-2652

Engel, A.K., P. König, A.K. Kreiter and W. Singer: Interhemispheric synchronization of oscillatory neuronal responses in cat visual cortex.
Science 252, 1177-1179

Engel, A.K., P. König, A.K. Kreiter, C.M. Gray and W. Singer: Temporal coding by coherent oscillations as a potential solution to the binding problem: Physiological evidence. In: Nonlinear Dynamics and Neuronal Networks, Ed. H.G.Schuster. VCH Verlagsgesellschaft, Weinheim 1991, 3-25

Engel, A.K., P. König and W. Singer: Direct physiological evidence for scene segmentation by temporal coding. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 88, 9136-9140

Engel, A.K., A.K. Kreiter, P. König and W. Singer: Synchronization of oscillatory neuronal responses between striate and extrastriate visual cortical areas of the cat. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 88, 6048-6052

Gray, C.M., A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: Synchronous neuronal oscillations in cat visual cortex: functional implicatio. In: Representations of Vision. Trends and Tacit Assumptions in Vision Research, Eds. A.Gorea, Y.Frégnac, Z.Kapoula, J.Findlay. Cambridge University Press 1991, 83-96

Gray, C.M., A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: Temporal properties of synchronous oscillatory neuronal interactions in cat striate cortex.
In: Nonlinear Dynamics and Neuronal Networks, Ed. H.G.Schuster. VCH Verlagsgesellschaft, Weinheim 1991, 27-55

Kato, N., A. Artola and W. Singer: Developmental changes in the susceptibility to long-term potentiation of neurones in rat visual cortex slices. Dev. Brain Res. 60, 43-50

Kato, N., M.S. Braun, A. Artola and W. Singer: NMDA receptor-mediated EPSP in developing rat neocortex. Exp. Brain Res. 20, 81-84

Klee, M.R. and J. Hoyer: Action of a phorbol ester in the presence of two PKC blockers. Exp. Brain Res. 20, 119-122

König, P. and T.B. Schillen: Stimulus-dependent assembly formation of oscillatory responses: I. Synchronization. Neural Computation 3, 155-166

Kossut, M. and W. Singer: The effect of short periods of monocular deprivation on excitatory transmission in the striate cortex of kittens: a current source density analysis. Exp. Brain Res. 85, 519-527

Lades, M., J.C. Vorbrüggen and R.P. Würtz: Recognizing faces with a Transputer farm. In: Applications of Transputers, Eds. T.S.Durrani, W.A.Sandham, J.J.Soraghan, and S.M. Forbes. IOS Press, Amsterdam, Oxford, Washington, Tokio 1991, 148-153

Lagrèze, W.D. and R. Sireteanu: Verzerrte Formwahrnehmung bei Schielamblyopie. Z. prakt. Augenheilkd. 12, 309-313

Lagrèze, W.D. and R. Sireteanu: Two-dimensional spatial distortions in human strabismic amblyopia. Vision Res. 31, 1271-1288

Orban, G.A. and W. Singer: Neuroscience in the context of cognitive science and artificial intelligence. In: Cognitive Neuroscience, Research Directions in Cognitive Science, European Perspectives Vol. 4, Eds. G.A. Orban, W. Singer and N.O. Bernsen. Lawrence Erlbaum Ass., Hove 1991, 1-14

Schillen, T.B.: Designing a neural network simulator - the MENS modelling environment for network systems: I. Comp. Appl. Biosci. 7, 417-430

Schillen, T.B.: Designing a neural network simulator - the MENS modelling environment for network systems: II. Comp. Appl. Biosci. 7, 431-446

Schillen, T.B. and P. König: Temporal coding by coherent oscillations as a potential solution to the binding problem: neural network simulations.
In: Nonlinear Dynamics and Neuronal Networks, Ed. H.G.Schuster. VCH Verlagsgesellschaft, Weinheim 1991, 154-171

Schillen, T.B. and P. König: Stimulus-dependent assembly formation of oscillatory responses: II. Desynchronization. Neural Computation 3, 167-178

Shirasaki, T., M. Klee, T. Nakaye and N. Akaike: Differential blockade of bicuculline and strychnine on GABA- and glycine-induced responses in dissociated rat hippocampal pyramidal cells. Brain Res. 561, 77-83

Singer, W.: Selforganization of cognitive structures. In: The Principles of Design and Operation of the Brain, Eds. J.C. Eccles and O. Creutzfeldt. Vatican City State 1991, 119-129

Singer, W.: Die Entwicklung kognitiver Strukturen - ein selbstreferentieller Lernprozeß. In: Gedächtnis: Probleme und Perspektiven der interdisziplinären Gedächtnisforschung. Hrsg. S.J. Schmidt. Suhrkamp, Frankfurt 1991, 96-126

Singer, W.: Synchronization of cortical neurons: An epiphenomenon or a solution to the binding problems? IBRO News 19, 6-7

Singer, W.: The formation of cooperative cell assemblies in the visual cortex.
In: Neural Cooperativity. Springer Series in Synergetics, Ed. J. Krüger. Springer, Berlin-Heielberg 1991, 166-183

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung oder die Suche nach Kohärenz. In: Materie und Prozesse vom Elementaren zum Komplexen, Hrsg. W. Gerok. Wissenschaftl. Verlagsges., Stuttgart 1991, 187-206

Singer, W.: The brain as a coherent and self-organizing system: Perspective for European Neurobiology. In: Cognitive Neuroscience, Research Directions in Cognitive Science, European Perspectives Vol. 4, Eds. G.A. Orban and W. Singer. Lawrence Erlbaum Ass., Hove 1991, 73-81

Singer, W. and A. Artola: The role of NMDA receptors in use-dependent plasticity of the visual cortex. In: Excitatory Amino Acids and Synaptic Function, Eds. A. Thompson and H. Wheal. Academic Press, London 1991, 333-353

Singer, W., C.M. Gray, A.K. Engel, P. König, A. Artola and S. Bröcher:
Formation of cortical cell assemblies. In: Cold Spring Harbor Symposion on Quantitative Biology, Vol. LV, Eds. T.J. Sejnowski, C.F. Stevens. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press 1991, 939-952

Sireteanu, R.: Restricted visual fields in both eyes of kittens raised with a unilateral, surgically induced strabismus: Relationship to extrastriate cortical binocularity. Clin. Vision Sci. 6, 277-287

von der Malsburg, C., R.P. Würtz and J.C. Vorbrüggen: Bilderkennung mit dynamischen Neuronennetzen. In: Verteilte künstliche Intelligenz und kooperatives Arbeiten, Informatik-Fachberichte 291, Hrsg. W. Brauer, D. Hernández. Springer, Heidelberg 1991, 519-529

Wagner, L., M.R. Klee and M.L. Zeise: Different dose-dependent actions of memantine on hippocampal neurons. Exp. Brain Res. 20, 223-227

Würtz, R.P., J.C. Vorbrüggen, C. von der Malsburg and J. Lange:
Transputer-based neural object recognition system. In: From Pixels to Features II - Parallelism in Image Processing, Eds. H. Burkhardt, Y. Nuevo and J.C. Simon. North Holland, Amsterdam 1991, 275-294

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Artola, A., S. Bröcher and W. Singer: Different voltage-dependent thresholds for the induction of long-term depression and long-term potentiation in slices of the rat visual cortex. Nature 347, 69-72

Artola, A., S. Bröcher and W. Singer: An in-vivo model of plasticity in neocortical slices. In: The Biology of Memory, Eds. S. Squire, E. Lindenlaub. Schattauer, Stuttgart 1990, 319-329

Artola, A. and W. Singer: The involvement of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors in induction and maintenance of long-term potentiation in rat visual cortex.
Eur. J. Neurosci. 2, 254-269

Bear, M.F., A. Kleinschmidt, Q. Gu and W. Singer: Disruption of experience-dependent synaptic modifications in striate cortex by infusion of an NMDA receptor antagonist. J. Neurosci. 10, 909-925

Collingridge, G.L. and W. Singer: Excitatory amino acid receptors and synaptic plasticity. Trends in Pharm. Sci. 11, 290-296

Engel, A.K., P. König, C.M. Gray and W. Singer: Stimulus-dependent neuronal oscillations in cat visual cortex: Inter-columnar interaction as determined by cross-correlation analysis. Eur. J. Neurosci. 2, 588-606

Engel, A.K., P. König, C.M. Gray and W. Singer: Synchronization of oscillatory responses: A mechanism for stimulus-dependent assembly formation in cat visual cortex. In: Parallel Processing in Neural Systems and Computers, Eds. R. Eckmiller, G. Hartmann, G. Hauske. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1990, 105-108

Fronius, M. und R. Sireteanu: Verzerrte monokulare Geometrie und Visuomotorik bei Schielern: ein möglicher Zusammenhang zur anomalen Korrespondenz. In: Augenbewegung und visuelle Wahrnehmung. Physiologische, psychologische und klinische Aspekte, Hrsg. H. Mühlendyck, W. Rüssmann. Enke, Stuttgart 1990, 112-123

Gray, C.M., A.K. Engel, P. König and W. Singer: Stimulus-dependent neuronal oscillations in cat visual cortex: Receptive field properties and feature dependence. Eur. J. Neurosci. 2, 607-619

Gray, C.M., P. König, A.K. Engel and W. Singer: Synchronization of oscillatory responses in visual cortex: A plausible mechanism for scene segmentation.
In: Synergetics of Cognition, Eds. H. Haken, M. Stadler. Springer, Berlin 1990, 82-98

Gu, Q., B. Patel and W. Singer: The laminar distribution and postnatal development of serotonin-immunoreactive axons in the cat primary visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 81, 257-266

Katz, B. and R. Sireteanu: The teller acuity card test: A useful method for the clinical routine? Clin. Vision Sci. 5, 307-323

Klee, M.R.: Different effects of a phorbol ester on membrane properties of Aplysia neurons. Basic & Clin. Physiol. Pharmacol. 1, 119-124

König, P. and T.B. Schillen: Segregation of oscillatory responses by conflicting stimuli - desynchronizing connections in neural oscillator layers.
In: Parallel Processing in Neural Systems and Computers, Eds. R. Eckmiller, G. Hartmann, G. Hauske. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1990, 117-120

Löwel, S. and W. Singer: Tangential intracortical pathways and the development of iso-orientation bands in cat striate cortex. Dev. Brain Res. 56, 99-116

Luhmann, H.J., J.M. Greuel and W. Singer: Horizontal interactions in cat striate cortex. II. A current source-density analysis. Eur. J. Neurosci. 2, 358-368

Luhmann, H.J., J.M. Greuel and W. Singer: Horizontal interactions in cat striate cortex. III. Ectopic receptive fields and transient exuberance of tangential interactions. Eur. J. Neurosci. 2, 369-377

Luhmann, H.J., W. Singer and L. Martinez-Millan: Horizontal interactions in cat striate cortex: I. Anatomical substrate and postnatal development.
Eur. J. Neurosci. 2, 344-357

Müller, C.M.: Dark-rearing retards the maturation of astrocytes in restricted layers of cat visual cortex. Glia 3, 487-494

Müller, C.M.: Basic mechanisms of GABAergic and cholinergic influences on sensory telencephalic processing in chicken and cat. In: The Forebrain in Nonmammals, Eds. W.K. Schwerdtfeger, P. Germroth. Springer, Heidelberg 1990, 167-182

Schillen, T.: Simulation of delayed oscillators with the mens general purpose modelling environment for network systems. In: Parallel Processing in Neural Systems and Computers, Eds. R. Eckmiller, G. Hartmann, G. Hauske. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1990, 135-138

Schillen, T.B. and P. König: Coherency detection by coupled oscillatory responses - synchronizing connections in neural oscillator layers. In: Parallel Processing in Neural Systemsl and Computers, Eds. R. Eckmiller, G. Hartmann, G. Hauske. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1990, 139-142

Schoen, S.W., B. Leutenecker, G.W. Kreutzberg and W. Singer: Ocular dominance plasticity and developmental changes of 5'nucleotidase distributions in the kitten visual cortex. J. Comp. Neurol. 296, 379-392

Singer, W.: Search for coherence: a basic principle of cortical self-organization. Concepts Neurosci. 1, 1-26

Singer, W.: Aus der Sicht der Neurobiologie. In: 2. Sankt Georgener Symposium: Wertbewußtsein im modernen wirtschaftlichen Handeln, Hrsg. L. Bertsch, H. Messer. Stiftung Hochschule St. Georgen, Frankfurt 1990, 35-44

Singer, W.: Ontogenetic self-organization and learning. In: Brain Organization and Memory: Cells, Systems and Circuits, Eds. J.L.McGaugh, N.M. Weinberger, G. Lynch. Oxford University Press, New York 1990, 211-233

Singer, W.: Einführung. Das Ziel der Hirnforschung. In: Gehirn und Kognition, Spektrum der Wissenschaften, Hrsg. W. Singer. Spektrum, Heidelberg 1990, 7-9

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung und Umwelt. In: Gehirn und Kognition. Spektrum der Wissenschaften, Hrsg. W. Singer. Spektrum, Heidelberg 1990, 50-65

Singer, W.: Das Jahrzehnt des Gehirns. In: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27.12.1990, N 1

Singer, W.: The role of acetylcholine in use-dependent plasticity of the visual cortex. In: Brain Cholinergic Systems, Eds. M. Steriade, D. Biesold. Oxford University Press, New York 1990, 314-336

Singer, W.: The formation of cooperative cell assemblies in the visual cortex.
J. Exp. Biol. 153, 177-197

Singer, W., C.M. Gray, A.K. Engel, P. König, A. Artola and S. Bröcher: Formation of cortical cell assemblies. In: Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology, Vol. LV. Cold Springer Harbor Laboratory Press 1990, 939-952

Sireteanu, R.: Binokulare Summation des Pupillenreflexes bei Katzen und Menschen: Ein Maß für Binokularfunktion? In: Augenbewegung und visuelle Wahrnehmung. Physiologische, psychologische und klinische Aspekte, Hrsg. H. Mühlendyck, W. Rüssmann. Enke, Stuttgart 1990, 166-170

Sireteanu, R., K.P. Boergen und M. Fronius: Gesichtsfeldverluste bei Schielamblyopen. In: Augenbewegung und visuelle Wahrnehmung. Physiologische, psychologische und klinische Aspekte, Hrsg. H. Mühlendyck, W. Rüssmann. Enke, Stuttgart 190, 157-165

Sireteanu, R. and M. Fronius: Human amblyopia: structure of the visual field.
Exp. Brain Res. 79, 603-614

Sireteanu, R., M. Fronius and B. Katz: A perspective on psychophysical testing in children. Eye 4, 794-801

Stichel, C.C., W. Singer and K. Zilles: Ultrastructure of PKC (II/III)-immunopositive structures in rat primary visual cortex.
Exp. Brain Res. 82, 575-584

Takahama, K. and M.R. Klee: Voltage clamp analysis of the kinetics of piperdine-induced chloride current in isolated Aplysia neurons. Naunyn-Schmideberg's Arch. Pharmacol. 342, 575-581

Takahama, K. and M.R. Klee: Piperidine discriminates between the transient and the persistent components of ACh-induced chloride current in Aplysia neurons. Brain Res. 508, 161-164

Würtz, R.P., J.C. Vorbrüggen and C. von der Malsburg: A transputer system for the recognition of human faces by labeled graph matching. In: Parallel Processing in Neural Systems and Computers, Eds. E. Eckmiller, G. Hartmann, G. Hauske. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1990, 37-41

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Artola, A. and W. Singer: NMDA receptors and developmental plasticity in visual neocortex. In: The NMDA Receptor, Eds. J.C.Watkins, G.L.Collingridge. IRL Press, Oxford 1989, 153-166

Bode-Greuel, K.M. and W. Singer: The development of N-methyl-D-aspartatereceptors in cat visual cortex. Dev. Brain Res. 46, 197-204

Buhl, E.H. and J. Lübke: Intracellular Lucifer yellow injection infixed brain slices combined with retrograde tracing, light and electron microscopy.
Neuroscience 28, 3-16

Buhl, E.H., W.K. Schwerdtfeger and P. Germroth: New anatomical approaches to reveal afferent and efferent hippocampal circuitry. In: The Hippocampus - New Vistas, Eds. V.Chan-Palay, C.Köhler. Liss, New York 1989, 71-83

Buhl, E.H., W.K. Schwerdtfeger, P. Germroth and W. Singer: Combining retrograde tracing, intracellular injection, anterograde degeneration and electron microscopy to reveal synaptic link. J. Neurosci. Meth. 29, 241-250

Buhl, E.H. and W. Singer: The callosal projection in cat visual cortex as revealed by a combination of retrograde tracing and intracellular injection. Exp. Brain Res. 75, 470-476

Engel, A.K. and C.M. Müller: Postnatal development of vimentin-immunoreactive radial glial cells in the primary visual cortex of the cat. J. Neurocytol. 18, 437-450

Fronius, A. and R. Sireteanu: Monocular geometry is selectively distorted in the central visual field of strabismic amblyopes. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 30, 2034-2044

Gray, C.M., P. König, A.K. Engel and W. Singer: Oscillatory responses in cat visual cortex exhibit inter-columnar synchronization which reflects global stimulus properties. Nature 338, 334-337

Gray, C.M. and W. Singer: Stimulus-specific neuronal oscillations in orientation columns of cat visual cortex. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 86, 1698-1702

Gu, Q., M.F. Bear and W. Singer: Blockade of NMDA-receptors prevents ocularity changes in kitten visual cortex after reversed monocular deprivation. Dev. Brain Res. 47, 281-288

Gu, Q. and W. Singer: The role of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors in ocular dominance plasticity. In: Central cholinergic synaptic transmission , Eds. M. Frotscher, U. Misgeld. Birkhäuser, Basel 1989, 305-314

Katz, B. und R. Sireteanu: Der Teller-Acuity-Card-Test: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der klinischen Anwendung. Klin. Mbl. Augenheilk. 195, 17-22

Klee, M.R. and J. Hoyer: Different actions of a phorbol ester on cholinergic transmission and ACh-evoked currents. Proc. XXXI. Int. Congr. Physiol. Sci., Helsinki, 1989, 406

Mioche, L. and W. Singer: Chronic recordings from single sites of kitten striate cortex during experience-dependent modifications of receptive field-properties. J. Neurophysiol. 62, 185-197

Müller, C.M.: Cholinergic mechanisms in the telencephalon of cat and chicken.
In: Central cholinergic synaptic transmission, Eds. M.Frotscher and U.Misgeld. Birkhäuser, Basel 1989, 172-182

Müller, C.M. and J. Best: Ocular dominance plasticity in adult cat visual cortex after transplantation of cultured astrocytes. Nature 342, 427-430

Müller, C.M. and W. Singer: Acetylcholine-induced inhibition in the cat visual cortex is mediated by a GABAergic mechanism. Brain Res. 487, 335-342

Singer, W.: Developmental self-organization as a special case of learning.
In: Progress in Zoology, Vol. 37. Fundamentals of Memory Formation: Neuronal Plasticity and Brain Function, Ed. H. Rahmann. Fischer, Stuttgart 1989, 272-282

Singer, W.: Zur Selbstorganisation kognitiver Strukturen. In: Gehirn und Bewußtsein, Ed. E. Pöppel. VCH Verlagsges., Weinheim 1989, 45-59

Singer, W.: The brain, a self-organizing system. In: The Science of Mind, Ed. K.A. Klivington. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 1989, 174-179

Sireteanu, R. und M. Fronius: Gesichtsfeldverluste bei Schielamblyopen. Klin. Mbl. Augenheilk. 194, 261-269

Sireteanu, R. and M. Fronius: Different patterns of retinal correspondence in the central and peripheral visual field of strabismics. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci. 30, 2023-2033

Stichel, C.C. and W. Singer: Postnatal development of protein kinase C-like immunoreactivity in the cat visual cortex. Europ. J. Neurosci. 1, 355-366

Takahama, K., M.R. Klee and T. Miyata: Discrimination of ACh induced biphasic C1 current by piperidine. Jap. J. Pharmacol. 49, 95P

Takahama, K., M.R. Klee and T. Miyata: Kinetic study on piperidine induced C1 current in isolated Aplysia neurons. Jap. J. Pharmacol. 49, 311P

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Year 1988

Bear, M.F., A. Kleinschmidt and W. Singer: Experience-dependent modifications of kitten striate cortex are not prevented by thalamic lesions that include the intralaminar nuclei. Exp. Brain Res. 70, 627-631

Bode-Greuel, K.M. and W. Singer: Developmental changes of the distribution of binding sites for organic Ca2+-channel blockers in cat visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 70, 266-275

Francesconi, W., C.M. Müller and W. Singer: Cholinergic mechanisms in the reticular control of transmission in the cat lateral geniculate nucleus. J. Neurophysiol. 59, 1690-1718

Greuel, J.M., H.J. Luhmann and W. Singer: Persistent changes of single cell responses in kitten striate cortex produced by pairing sensory stimulation with iontophoretic application of neurotransmitters and neuromodulators.
In: Cellular mechanisms of conditioning and behavioral plasticity, Eds. C.D. Woody, D.L. Alkon, J.L. McGaugh. Plenum Press, New York 1988, 425-436

Greuel, J.M., H.J. Luhmann and W. Singer: Pharmacological induction of use-dependent receptive field-modifications in the kitten visual cortex. Science 424, 74-77

Klee, M.R.: Effects of phorbolesters on membrane properties of Aplysia neurons. 1. Europ. Congr. Neurology, Prag, 198-199

Klee, M.R., Y. Ikemoto and M.L. Evans: 4-aminopyridine blocks different cholinergic receptors in Aplysia neurons directly. In: Symposia Biologica Hungarica 36, Eds. K.S. Rozsa, J. Salanki. Publish. House of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest 1988, 723-726

Löwel, S., H.J. Bischof, B. Leutenecker and W. Singer: Topographic relations between ocular dominance and orientation columns in the cat striate cortex.
Exp. Brain Res. 71, 33-46

Mioche, L. and W. Singer: Long-term recordings and receptive field measurements from single units of the visual cortex of awake unrestrained kittens. J. Neurosci. Meth. 26, 83-94

Müller, C.M.: Structure of the GABA-ergic inhibitory system in the chicken. Auditory pathway revealed by immunocytochemistry. In: Auditory Pathway, Eds. J. Syka, R.B. Masterton. Plenum Press, New York 1988, 233-237

Müller, C.M.: Function of the GABA-ergic inhibitory system in the chicken. Auditory forebrain. In: Auditory Pathway, Eds. J. Syka, R.B. Masterton. Plenum Press, New York 1988, 239-244

Singer, W.: Neuronal mechanisms of deprivation amblyopia. In: Strabismus and amblyopia, Eds. G. Lennerstrand, G.K. von Noorden, E.C. Campos, Lennerstrand Symposium 1987. Macmillan Press, London 1988, 259-274

Singer, W.: Commentary to "Effector patterns of basic emotions" by S. Bloch et al. J. Soc. & biol. Struct. 11, 207-209

Singer, W.: Wie unser Gehirn sehen lernt. Beitrag Max-Planck-Spiegel 2/88, 24-27

Singer, W.: Pattern recognition and self-organization in biological systems.
In: Processing structures for perception and action. Final report of the Sonderforschungsbereich "Kybernetik" 1969-1983, Eds. H. Marko, G. Hauske, A. Struppler. VCH Verlagsgesellschaft, Weinheim 1988, 11-18

Singer, W., A. Artola, J. Greuel and Q. Gu: Gating of NMDA-receptor mediated neuronal plasticity. In: Frontiers in excitatory amino acid research, Eds. E.A. Cavalheiro, J. Lehmann, L. Turski. Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York 1988, 443-450

Singer, W. and C. v.d. Malsburg: Brain development and self-organization.
In: From chemical to biological organization, Eds. M. Markus, S.C. Müller, G. Nicolis. Springer, Heidelberg 1988, 288-296

Stichel, C.C.: Ontogenetic changes in the level and subcellular distribution of protein kinase C in cat visual cortex. Int. J. of Dev. Neurosci. 6, 341-349

Stichel, C.C. and W. Singer: Localization of isoenzymes II/III of protein kinase C in the rat visual cortex (area 17), hippocampus and dentate gyrus. EBR 72, 443-449

Stichel, C.C., W. Singer and C.W. Heizmann: Light and electron microscopic immunocytochemical localization of Parvalbumin in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat: evidence for coexistence with GABA. J. Comp. Neurol. 268, 29-39

Takahama, K. and M.R. Klee: Analysis of the piperidine response in isolated neurons of Aplysia in voltage and concentration clamp. Europ. Neurosci. Suppl., 78

v.d. Malsburg, C. and W. Singer: Principles of cortical network organization.
In: The neurobiology of neocortex, Eds. P. Rakic, W. Singer. S. Bernhard, Dahlem Konferenzen. Wiley, Chichester 1988, 69-99

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Year 1987

Altmann, L., H.J. Luhmann, J.M. Greuel and W. Singer: Functional and neuronal binocularity in kittens raised with rapidly alternating monocular occlusion. J. Neurophysiol. 58: 965-980 (1987).



Artola, A. and W. Singer: Long-term potentiation and NMDA receptors in rat visual cortex. Nature 330: 649-652 (1987).



Bode-Greuel, K.M., W. Singer and J.B. Aldenhoff: A current source density analysis of field potentials evoked in slices of visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 69: 213-219 (1987).



de Lima, A. and W. Singer: The serotoninergic fibers in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat: Distribution and synaptic connections demonstrated with immunocytochemistry. J. Comp. Neurol. 258: 339-351 (1987).



de Lima, A. and W. Singer: The brainstem projection to the lateral geniculate nucleus in the cat: identification of cholinergic and monoaminergic elements. J. Comp. Neurol. 259: 92-121 (1987).



Freeman, B., S. Löwel and W. Singer: Deoxyglucose mapping in the cat visual cortex following carotid artery injection and cortical flat-mounting. J. Neurosci. Meth. 20: 115-129 (1987).



Frohn, H., H. Geiger and W. Singer: A self-organizing neural network sharing features of the mammalian visual system. Biol. Cybern. 55: 333-343 (1987).



Fronius, M. and R. Sireteanu: Pointing errors in strabismic amblyopes. In: Transactions 16th Meeting, Ed. H. Kaufmann. Eur. Strabismological Association Gießen, Sept. 1987, 243-249.



Greuel, J.M., H.J. Luhmann and W. Singer: Evidence for a threshold in experience-dependent long-term changes of kitten visual cortex. Dev. Brain Res. 34: 141-149 (1987).



Klee, M.R.: Epileptic activity of single neurons. In: The epileptic focus, Eds. H.G. Wieser, E.-J. Speckman, J. Engel. Libbey, London 1987, 1-15.



Klee, M.R.: The possible role of the inward current IQ in aplysia neurons in triggering the generation of bistable state PDS potentials in calcium-free colbalt solution. In: Inactivation of hypersensitive neurons, Eds. N. Chalazonitis, M. Gola, New York 1987, 391-397.



Klee, M.R.: Entwicklung der Methodik der Elektrophysiologie und der experimentellen Epilepsieforschung oder: Vom EEG zum Patch-clamp. In: Epilepsie 86, Hrsg. E.-J. Speckmann. Einhorn, Reinbeck 1987, 27-35.



Kleinschmidt, A., M.F. Bear and W. Singer: Blockade of "NMDA" receptors disrupts experience-dependent plasticity of kitten striate cortex. Science 238: 355-358 (1987).



Löwel, S. and W. Singer: The pattern of ocular dominance columns in flat-mounts of the cat visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 68: 661-666 (1987).



Löwel, S., B. Freeman and W. Singer: Topographic organization of the orientation column system in large flat-mounts of the cat visual cortex. A 2-deoxyglucose study. J. Comp. Neurol. 255: 401-415 (1987).



Müller, C.: G-aminobutyric acid immunoreactivity in brainstem auditory nuclei of the chicken. Neurosci. Lett. 77, 272-276 (1987).



Müller, C.: Differential effects of acetylcholine in the chicken auditory neostriatum and hyperstriatum ventrale - studies in vivo and in vitro. J. Comp. Physiol. 161, 857-866 (1987).



Preisendörfer, U., M.L. Zeise and M.R. Klee: Valproate enhances inhibitory postsynaptic potentials in hippocampal neurons in vitro. Brain Res. 435, 213-219 (1987).



Singer, W.: Activity-dependent self-organization of synaptic connections as a substrate of learning. In I.P. Changeux and M. Konishi (eds.): The neural and molecular bases of learning. Dahlem Konferenzen. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester 1987, pp. 301-336.



Singer, W.: Developmental plasticity - self-organization or learning? In J.P. Rauschecker and P. Marler (eds.): Imprinting and cortical plasticity - comparative aspects of sensitive periods. Wiley and Sons, New York 1987, pp. 171-175.



Sireteanu, R.: Binocular luminance in humans with defectie binocular vision. Invest. Ophthal. Vis. Sci. 28, 349-355 (1987).



Sireteanu, R. and L. Altmann: Binocular luminance summation in young kittens and adult strabismic cats. Ophthal. Vis. Sci. 28, 343-348 (1987).



Sireteanu, R. and M. Fronius: The development of peripheral acuity in human infants. In: Transactions, 16th Meeting, Ed. H. Kaufmann, Euro. Strabismological Association, Gießen, Sept. 1987, 221-227 (1987).



Stichel, C.C. and W. Singer: Quantitative analysis of the choline acetyltransferase-immunoreactive axonal network in the cat primary visual cortex. I. Adult cats. J. Comp. Neurol. 258: 91-98 (1987).



Stichel, C.C. and W. Singer: Quantitative analysis of the choline acetyltransferase-immunoreactive axonal network in the cat primary visual cortex. II. Pre- and postnatal development. J. Comp. Neurol. 258: 99-111 (1987).



Stichel, C.C., A. de Lima and W. Singer: A search for choline acetyltransferase-like immunoreactivity in neurons of cat striate cortex. Brain Res. 405: 395-399 (1987).



Stichel, C.C., W. Singer, C.W. Heizmann and A.W. Norman: Immunohistochemical localization of calcium-binding proteins, Parvalbumin and Calbindin-D 28k, in the adult and developing visual cortex of cats: A light and electron microscopic study. J. Comp. Neurol. 262: 563-577 (1987).



Varela, F.J. and W. Singer: Neuronal dynamics in the visual corticothalamic pathway revealed through binocular rivalry. Exp. Brain Res. 66: 10-20 (1987).

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Year 1986

Altmann, L. and W. Singer: Temporal integration in amblyopic vision. Vision Res. 26: 1959-1968 (1986).



Altmann, L., R. Eckhorn and W. Singer: Temporal integration in the visual system: Influence of temporal dispersion on figure-ground discrimination. Vision Res. 26: 1949-1957 (1986).



Bear, M.F. and W. Singer: Modulation of visual cortical plasticity by acetylcholine and noradrenaline. Nature, Vol. 320, no. 6058: 172-176 (1986).



Boergen, K.-P., G. Kellerer, C. Bauernfeind-Kaliwas and R. Sireteanu: Preferential-looking for the detection of early amblyopia and monitoring early therapy. Doc. Ophthal. Proc. Series 45, 230-239 (1986).



de Lima, A. and W. Singer: Cholinergic innervation of the cat striate cortex: a choline acetyltransferase immunocytochemical analysis. J. Comp. Neurol. 250: 324-338 (1986).



Geiger, H. and W. Singer: A possible role of calcium currents in developmental plasticity. Exp. Brain Res. Ser. 14: 256-270 (1986).



Klee, M.R.: Epileptic activity of single neurons. In: The Epileptic Focus. Eds.: H.G. Wieser, E.-J. Speckmann and J. Engel jr., London, Paris: John Libbey, 1986/87, pp. 1-15 C (1986).



Klee, M.R.: The possible role of the inward current I!Q* in Aplysia neurons in triggering the generation of bistable state PDS potentials in calcium-free cobalt solution. In: Inactivation of Hypersensitive Neurons. Eds.: N. Chalazonitis and M. Gola, A.R. Liss Inc., New York 1986.



Luhmann, H.J., L. Martinez Millan and W. Singer: Development of horizontal intrinsic connections in cat striate cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 63: 443-448 (1986).



Misgeld, U., M.R. Klee and M.L. Zeise: Blockade of hippocampal GABAergic inhibition by baclofen. In: Epilepsy and Calcium. Eds.: E.-J. Speckmann, H. Schulze and J. Walden. Urban and Schwarzenberg, München, Wien, Baltimore 1986, pp. 17-33



Mohn, G., R. Sireteanu and J. van Hof-van Duin: The relation of monocular optokinetic nystagmus to peripheral binocular interactions. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis Sci. 27, 565-573 (1986).



Moneta, M.E. and W. Singer: Critical period plasticity of kitten visual cortex is not associated with enhanced susceptibility to electrical kindling. Dev. Brain Res. 30: 104-109 (1986).



Singer, W.: The brain as a self-organizing system. Eur. Arch. Psychiatr. Neurol. Sci. 236: 4-9 (1986).

Sireteanu, R. und M. Fronius: Verzerrte Raumwahrnehmung bei Amblyopen. Z. prakt. Augenheilk. 7, 243-246 (1986).



Sireteanu, R., K.-P. Boergen and R. Kellerer: The development of preferential-looking visual acuity in human infants. A correlation with animal models. Doc. Ophthal. Proc. Series 45, 214-221 (1986).



Stichel, C.C., U. Kägi and C.W. Heizmann: Parvalbumin in cat brain: isolation, characterization, and localization. J. Neurochem. 47, 46-53 (1986).



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Year 1985

de Lima, A., V.M. Montero and W. Singer: Cholinergic innervation of the visual thalamus: an EM immunocytochemical study. Exp. Brain Res. 59: 206-212 (1985).



Montero, V.M. and W. Singer: Ultrastructural identification of somata and neural processes immunoreactive to antibodies against glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat. Exp. Brain Res. 59: 151-165 (1985).



Singer, W.: Central control of developmental plasticity in the mammalian visual cortex. Vision Res. 25 (3): 389-396 (1985).

Singer, W.: Hirnentwicklung und Umwelt. In J. Piel (Hrsg.): Spektrum der Wissenschaft, März, pp. 48-61 (1985).



Singer, W.: Activity-dependent self-organization of the mammalian visual cortex. In D. Rose and V.G. Dobson (eds.): Models of the Visual Cortex. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., pp. 123-136 (1985).



Singer, W.: Neuronale Mechanismen der erfahrungsabhängigen Ausreifung visueller Funktionen. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 78: 119-136 (1985).



Singer, W.: Neuronal activity as a shaping factor in postnatal development of visual cortex. In Greenough, Jouraska, Cleary (eds.): Developmental NeuroPsychobiology. Academic Press Inc., London 1985, pp. 271-293.



Singer, W.: Hebbian modification of synaptic transmission as a common mechanism in experience-dependent maturation of cortical functions. In W.B. Levy, J.A. Anderson, and S. Lehmkuhle (eds.): Synaptic Modification, Neuron Selectivity, and Nervous System Organization. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, Hove 1985, pp. 35-64.



Sireteanu, R.: The development of visual-acuity in very young kittens – a study with forced-choice preferential looking. Vision Research 25(6): 781-788 (1985).



Stichel, C.C. and W. Singer: Organization and morphological characteristics of choline acetyltransferase-containing fibers in the visual thalamus and striate cortex of the cat. Neurosci. Lett. 53: 155-160 (1985).



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Year 1984

Montero, V.M. and W. Singer: Ultrastructure and synaptic relations of neural elements containing glutamic acid decarboxylase (GAD) in the perigeniculate nucleus of the cat. Exp. Brain Res. 56: 115-125 (1984).



Singer, W.: Neurobiologische Anmerkungen zum Wesen und zur Notwendigkeit der Kunst. Atti della Fondazione Giorgio Ronchi, no. 5-6: pp. 527-546 (1984).



Singer, W.: Neurophysiologische Grundlagen der Amblyopie. In V. Herzau (Hrsg.): Pathophysiologie des Sehens. Enke Verlag, Stuttgart 1984, pp. 162-165.



Singer, W.: Learning to see: mechanims in experience-dependent development. In P. Marler and H.S. Terrace (eds.): The Biology of Learning. Dahlem Konferenzen 1984. Berlin u.a.: Springer-Verlag, pp. 461-477 (1984).



Sireteanu, R., R. Kellerer and K.P. Boergen: The development of peripheral visual-acuity in human infants – a preliminary-study. Human Neurobiology 3(2): 81-85 (1984).


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Year 1983

Buisseret, P. and W. Singer: Proprioceptive signals from extraocular muscles gate experience dependent modifications of receptive fields in the kitten visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 51: 443-450 (1983).



Freeman, B. and W. Singer: Direct and indirect visual inputs to superficial layers of cat superior colliculus: a current source density analysis of electrically evoked potentials. J. Neurophysiol. 49: 1075-1091 (1983).



Singer, W.: Neurophysiologische Anmerkungen zu den zentralnervösen Grundlagen des Sehvorganges. Fortschr. Ophthalmol. 80: 355-359 (1983).



Singer, W.: Neuronal mechanisms of experience-dependent self-organization of the mammalian visual cortex. Acta Morphol. Hung. 31: 235-260 (1983).



Singer, W.: Neuronal activity as a shaping factor in the selforganization of neuron assemblies. In E. Basar, H. Flohr, H. Haken, and A.J. Mandell (eds.): Synergetics of the Brain. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg 1983, pp. 89-101. 



Singer, W.: Mechanisms of experience-dependent self-organization of neuronal assemblies in the mammalian visual system. Arch. Biol. Med. Exp. 16: 317-327 (1983).



Sireteanu, R., W. Singer and M. Fronius: Residuelle Binokularität im peripheren Gesichtsfeld von Amblyopen und Alternierer: eine psychophysische Untersuchung. Fortschr. Ophthalmol. 80: 271-274 (1983).



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Year 1982

Rauschecker, J.P. and W. Singer: Binocular deprivation can erase the effects of preceding monocular or binocular vision in kitten cortex. Dev. Brain Res. 4: 496-498 (1982).



Singer, W.: The role of attention in developmental plasticity. Human Neurobiol. 1: 41-43 (1982).



Singer, W.: Central core control of developmental plasticity in the kitten visual cortex. I. Diencephalic lesions. Exp. Brain Res. 47: 209-222 (1982).



Singer, W.: Recovery mechanisms in the mammalian brain. In J.G. Nicholls (ed.): Repair and Regeneration of the Nervous System. Dahlem Konferenzen. Springer, Berlin u.a. 1982, pp. 203-226.



Singer, W. and J.P. Rauschecker: Central core control of developmental plasticity in the kitten visual cortex. II. Electrical activation of mesencephalic and diencephalic projections. Exp. Brain Res. 47: 223-233 (1982).



Singer, W., F. Tretter and U. Yinon: Central gating of developmental plasticity in kitten visual cortex. J. Physiol. 324: 221-237 (1982).



Singer, W., F. Tretter and U. Yinon: Evidence for long-term functional plasticity in the visual cortex of adult cats. J. Physiol. 324: 239-248 (1982).



Sireteanu, R., M. Fronius and W. Singer: Residual binocularity in the peripheral visual field of strabismic amblyopes and strabismic alternators: a compartive study. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 22(3): 162 (1982).



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Year 1981

Park, M.R., W. Leber and M.R. Klee: Single electrode voltage clamp by iteration. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 3(3): 271-283 (1981).



Rauschecker, J.P. and W. Singer: The effects of early visual experience on the cat's visual cortex and their possible explanation by Hebb synapses. J. Physiol. 310: 215-239 (1981).



Singer, W.: The lateral geniculate as an interface between the eye and the brain. In J. Szentágothai, J. Hámori, and M. Palkovits (eds.): Regulatory Functions of the CNS Subsystems. Adv. Physiol. Sci. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest 1981, pp. 271-278.



Singer, W.: Neuronal mechanisms in the genesis of amblyopia: A plea for central factors. In L. Maffei (ed.): Pathophysiology of the Visual System. Doc. Ophthal. Proc. Series. The Hague: Dr. W. Junk Publishers, pp. 248-254 (1981).



Singer, W.: Wie die Hirnhälften ihre Arbeit aufteilen. - Medizin Nobelpreis 1981 - Aerztl. Praxis 90: 3349-3350 (1981).



Singer, W.: Was leistet die Neurobiologie? - Die Nobelpreise für Medizin 1981. MMW 123: 1734-1736 (1981).



Singer, W.: Topographic organization of orientation columns in the cat visual cortex. A deoxyclucose Study. Exp. Brain Res. 44: 431-436 (1981).



Singer, W., B. Freeman and J. Rauschecker: Restriction of visual experience to a single orientation affects the organization of orientation columns in cat visual cortex. A study with deoxyglucose. Exp. Brain Res. 41: 199-215 (1981).



Sireteanu, R., M. Fronius and W. Singer: Binocular interaction in the peripheral visual field of humans with strabismic and anisometropic amblyopia. Vision Res. 21: 1065-1074 (1981).



Sireteanu, R., M. Fronius and W. Singer: Grating acuity, interocular suppression and binocular interaction in the peripheral visual field of squint and anisometropic amblyopes. Doc. Ophthalmol. Proc. Series 30: 224-229 (1981).



Wilson, J.T.L. and W. Singer: Simultaneous visual events show a long-range spatial interaction. Percept. Psychophys. 30: 107-113 (1981).




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Year 1980

Mitzdorf, U. and W. Singer: Monocular activation of visual cortex in normal and monocularly deprived cats: an analysis of evoked potentials. J. Physiol. (Lond.) 304: 203-220 (1980).



Rauschecker, J.P., W. Singer and M.W. von Grünau: Effects of monocular stroboscopic experience on the kitten's visual cortex. In J. Szentagothai, H. Hamori and M. Palkovits (eds.): Regulatory Functions of the CNS Subsystem. 28th Int. Cong. of Physiol. Sci. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest 1980, pp. 31-39.



Singer, W.: State-dependent changes in ascending pathways affecting visual cortex functions. In J.A. Hobson and A.B. Scheibel (eds.): The Brainstem Core: Sensorimotor Integration and Behavioral State Control. Neurosciences Res. Prog. Bull. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 1980, pp. 91-100.



Singer, W.: Zentrale Kontrolle neuronaler Plastizität in der Sehrinde der Katze. Central gating of developmental plasticity in the cat striate cortex. Verh. Dtsch. Zool. Ges. 1980: 268-274 (1980).



Singer, W.: Central gating of developmental plasticity. In H.-J. Jensen (ed.): Kybernetik 1980/Cybernetics 1980, Kooperative Systeme in Biologie und Technik. Oldenburg Verlag, München 1980, pp. 189-193.



Singer, W., M. von Grünau and J. Rauschecker: Functional amblyopia in kittens with unilateral exotropia. I. Electrophysiological assessment. Exp. Brain Res. 40: 294-304 (1980).



Sireteanu, R. and W. Singer: The 'vertical effect' in human squint amblyopia. Exp. Brain Res. 40: 354-357 (1980).



von Grünau, M. and W. Singer: Functional amblyopia in kittens with unilateral exotropia. II. Correspondence between behavioural and electrophysiological assessment. Exp. Brain Res. 40: 305-310 (1980).



Yinon, U., W. Singer and F. Tretter: Angular disparity artificially induced between receptive fields of cortical neurons in developing kittens as an indicator of neuronal plasticity. In O. Feher and F. Joo (eds.): Cellular Analogues of Conditioning and Neural Plasticity. Adv. Physiol. Sci. Vol. 36. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest 1980, pp. 253-262.



Zihl, J., F. Tretter and W. Singer: Phasic electrodermal responses after visual stimulation in the cortically blind hemifield. Behav. Brain Res. 1: 197-203 (1980).



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Year 1979

Mitzdorf, U. and W. Singer: Excitatory synaptic ensemble properties in the visual cortex of the macaque monkey: A current source density anaysis of electrically evoked potentials. J. Comp. Neurol. 187: 71-84 (1979).



Rauschecker, J.P. and W. Singer: Changes in the circuitry of the kitten visual cortex are gated by postsynaptic activity. Nature 280: 58-60 (1979).



Singer, W.: Central-core control of visual cortex functions. In F.O. Schmitt and F.G. Worden (eds.): The Neurosciences, Fourth Study Program. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 1979, pp. 1093-1110.



Singer, W.: Evidence for a central control of developmental plasticity in the striate cortex of kittens. In R.D. Freeman (ed.): Developmental Neurobiology of Vision. Plenum Press, New York 1979, pp. 135-147.



Singer, W.: Neuronal mechanisms in experience dependent modification of visual cortex function. In F. Bloom, M. Cuénod and G. Kreutzberg (eds.): Development and Chemical Specificity of Neurons. Progr. in Brain Res. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1979, pp. 457-477.



Singer, W.: The role of matching operations between pre- and postsynaptic activity in experience-dependent modifications of visual cortex functions. In E. Meisami and M.E.B. Brazier (eds.): Neural Growth and Differentiation. Raven Press, New York 1979, pp. 295-310.



Singer, W., J. Rauschecker and M. von Grünau: Squint affects striate cortex cells encoding horizontal image movements. Brain Res. 170: 182-186 (1979).



Singer, W., F. Tretter and U. Yinon: Inverted vision causes selective loss of striate cortex neurons with binocular, vertically oriented receptive fields. Brain Res. 170: 177-181 (1979).



Singer, W., M. von Grünau and J. Rauschecker: Requirements for the disruption of binocularity in the visual cortex of strabismic kittens. Brain Res. 171: 536-540 (1979).



Singer, W., U. Yinon and F. Tretter: Inverted monocular vision prevents ocular dominance shift in kittens and impairs the functional state of visual cortex in adult cats. Brain Res. 164: 294-299 (1979).



von Grünau, M.W. and W. Singer: The role of binocular neurons in the cat striate cortex in combining information from the two eyes. Exp. Brain Res. 34: 133-142 (1979).

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Year 1978

Mitzdorf, U. and W. Singer: Prominent excitatory pathways in the cat visual cortex (A17 and A18): A current source density analysis of electrically evoked potentials. Exp. Brain Res. 33: 371-394 (1978).



Pöppel, E., R. Brinkmann, D. v. Cramon and W. Singer: Association and dissociation of visual functions in case of bilateral occipital lobe infarction. Arch. Psychiat. Nervenkr. 225: 1-21 (1978).



Singer, W.: Requirements for experience dependent changes in the circuitry of cat visual cortex. Arch. Ital. Biol. 116: 393-401 (1978).



Singer, W.: The effect of monocular deprivation on cat parastriate cortex: asymmetry between crossed and uncrossed pathways. Brain Res. 157: 351-355 (1978).



Zihl, J., F. Tretter, W. Singer and E. Pöppel: Vegetative Reaktionen nach optischer Reizung im blinden Gesichtsfeld eines Patienten mit einer Okzipitallappenläsion. Med. Psychol. 3: 241-242 (1978).


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Year 1977

Mitzdorf, U. and W. Singer: Laminar segregation of afferents to lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat: an analysis of current source density. J. Neurophysiol. 40: 1227-1244 (1977).



Schmielau, F. and W. Singer: The role of visual cortex for binocular interactions in the cat lateral geniculate nucleus. Brain Res. 120: 354-361 (1977).



Singer, W.: Hirnforschung, Standortbestimmung, neue Strategien. Dahlem Konferenz: Funktion und Entwicklung neuraler Systeme. Münch. med. Wschr. 119(19): 14-16 (1977).



Singer, W.: Effects of monocular deprivation on excitatory and inhibitory pathways in cat striate cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 30: 25-41 (1977).



Singer, W.: Control of thalamic transmission by cortico-fugal and ascending reticular pathways in the visual system. Physiol. Rev. 57: 386-420 (1977).



Singer, W.: Temporal aspects of subcortical contrast processing. In E. Pöppel, R. Held and J.E. Dowling (eds.): Neuronal Mechanisms in Visual Perception. MIT Press Cambridge Mass. Neurosci. Res. Prog. Bull. Vol. 15 (3), pp. 358-375 (1977).



Singer, W., H. Holländer, and H. Vanegas: Decreased peroxidase labelling of lateral geniculate neurons following deafferentation. Brain Res. 120: 133-137 (1977).



Singer, W. , J. Rauschecker and R. Werth: The effect of monocular exposure to temporal contrasts on ocular dominance in kittens. Brain Res. 134: 568-572 (1977).



Singer, W., J. Zihl and E. Pöppel: Subcortical control of visual thresholds in humans: evidence for modality specific and retinotopically organized mechanisms of selective attention. Exp. Brain Res. 29: 173-190 (1977).

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Year 1976

Singer, W.: The functional organization of cat striate and parastriate cortex: A correlation between receptive field structure and synaptic connectivity. Int. Congress Neurobiol. , Göttingen. Exp. Brain Res. Suppl. 1: 374-379 (1976).



Singer, W.: Modification of orientation and direction selectivity of cortical cells in kittens with monocular vision. Brain Res. 118: 460-468 (1976).



Singer, W. and F. Schmielau: The effect of reticular stimulation on binocular inhibition on the cat lateral geniculate body. Exp. Brain Res. 25: 221-223 (1976).



Singer, W. and F. Tretter: Receptive-field properties and neuronal connectivity in striate and parastriate cortex on contour deprived cats. J. Neurophysiol. 39: 613-630 (1976).



Singer, W. and F. Tretter: Unusually large receptive fields in cats with restricted visual experience. Exp. Brain Res. 26: 171-184 (1976).



Singer, W., F. Tretter and M. Cynader: The effect of reticular stimulation on spontaneous and evoked activity in the cat visual cortex. Brain Res. 102: 71-90 (1976).

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Year 1975

Singer, W.: Über den Einfluß zentrifugaler Projektionssysteme auf die Leistungen eines sensorischen Thalamuskernes, dargestellt am Beispiel des visuellen Systems. Habilitationsschrift, TU München 1975, Med. Fakultät.



Singer, W.: A further contribution to the nature-nurture problem in cat visual cortex. In F. Vital-Durand and M. Jeannerod (eds.): Aspects of neuronal plasticity. INSERM, Paris, pp. 13-26 (1975).



Singer, W. and H.D. Lux: Extracellular potassium gradients and visual receptive fields in the cat striate cortex. Brain Res. 96: 378-383 (1975).



Singer, W., F. Tretter and M. Cynader: Organization of cat striate cortex: A correlation of receptive field properties with afferent and efferent connections. J. Neurophysiol. 38: 1080-1098 (1975).



Tretter, F., M. Cynader and W. Singer: Modification of direction selectivity of neurons in the visual cortex of kittens. Brain Res. 84: 143-149 (1975).



Tretter, F., M. Cynader and W. Singer: Cat parastriate cortex: A primary or secondary visual area? J. Neurophysiol. 38: 1098-1113 (1975).



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Year 1974

Phillips, W.A. and W. Singer: Function and interaction of on- and off-transients in vision. I. Psychophysics. Exp. Brain Res. 19: 493-506 (1974).



Singer, W. and N. Bedworth: Correlation between the effects of brain stem stimulation and saccadic eye movements on transmission in the cat lateral geniculate nucleus. Brain Res. 72: 185-202 (1974).



Singer, W. and W.A. Phillips: Function and interaction of on- and off-transients in vision. II. Neurophysiology. Exp. Brain Res. 19: 507-521 (1974).



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Year 1973

Singer, W.: The effect of mesencephalic reticular stimulation on intracellular potentials of cat lateral geniculate neurons. Brain Res. 61: 35-54 (1973).



Singer, W.: Brain stem stimulation and the hypothesis of presynaptic inhibition in cat lateral geniculate nucleus. Brain Res. 61: 55-68 (1973).



Singer, W. and N. Bedworth: Inhibitory interaction between X and Y units in the cat lateral geniculate nucleus. Brain Res. 49: 291-307 (1973).



Singer, W. and H.D. Lux: Presynaptic depolarization and extracellular potassium in the cat lateral geniculate nucleus. Brain Res. 64: 17-33 (1973).



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Year 1972

Singer, W. and U. Dräger: Postsynaptic potentials in relay neurons of cat lateral geniculate nucleus. Brain Res. 41: 214-220 (1972).



Singer, W., E. Pöppel and O.D. Creutzfeldt: Inhibitory interaction in the cat lateral geniculate nucleus. Exp. Brain Res. 14: 210-226 (1972).



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Year 1971

Creutzfeldt, O., E. Pöppel und W. Singer: Quantitativer Ansatz zur Analyse der funktionellen Organisation des visuellen Cortex (Untersuchungen an Primaten). In O. Grüsser und E. Klinke (Hrsg.): Zeichenerkennung durch biologische und technische Systeme, 81-96 (1971).



Singer, W. and H. Wässle: The lateral geniculate body a multichannel filter for spatial and temporal stimulus parameters. Proc. 1st. Europ. Biophys. Congress, Baden-Vienna, Vol. V, 353-357 (1971).



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Year 1970

Singer, W.: Inhibitory binocular interaction in the lateral geniculate body of the cat. Brain Res. 18: 165-170 (1970).

Singer, W. and O.D. Creutzfeldt: Reciprocal lateral inhibition of on- and off-center neurons in the lateral geniculate body of the cat. Exp. Brain Res. 10: 311-330 (1970).

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Year 1969

Singer, W. und O.D. Creutzfeldt: Die Bedeutung der Vorderhirnkommissuren für die Koordination bilateraler EEG-Muster. Exp. Brain Res. 7: 195-213 (1969).

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Year 1968

Singer, W.: Die Funktion der telencephalen Kommissuren für bilaterale Synchronisierung des EEG. Inauguraldissertation, LM Universität, München 1968.

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