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Merle-Marie Ahrens
Merle-Marie Ahrens
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Inconsistent effects of parietal α-tACS on Pseudoneglect across two experiments: a failed internal replication
D Veniero, CSY Benwell, MM Ahrens, G Thut
Frontiers in psychology 8, 952, 2017
602017
Gender differences in the temporal voice areas
MM Ahrens, B Awwad Shiekh Hasan, BL Giordano, P Belin
Frontiers in neuroscience 8, 228, 2014
352014
Both dorsal and ventral attention network nodes are implicated in exogenously driven visuospatial anticipation
MM Ahrens, D Veniero, IM Freund, M Harvey, G Thut
Cortex 117, 168-181, 2019
182019
Inconsistent Effects of Parietal α-tACS on Pseudoneglect across Two Experiments: A Failed Internal Replication. Front Psychol. 2017; 8: 952
D Veniero, CSY Benwell, MM Ahrens, G Thut
112017
Visual benefits in apparent motion displays: automatically driven spatial and temporal anticipation are partially dissociated
MM Ahrens, D Veniero, J Gross, M Harvey, G Thut
Plos one 10 (12), e0144082, 2015
82015
P176 An EEG-TMS study investigating the oscillatory signatures underlying the time course of reflexive visuospatial attention
MM Ahrens, D Veniero, M Harvey, G Thut
Clinical Neurphysiology 128 (3), e103, 2017
12017
Spatial extrapolation versus temporal entrainment of reflexive attention by apparent motion stimuli are governed by separate mechanisms
MM Ahrens, D Veniero, M Harvey, G Thut
Perception 44 (S1), 136, 2015
12015
Automatic visuospatial attention shifts: Perceptual correlates, interventions and oscillatory signatures
MM Ahrens
University of Glasgow, 2018
2018
Investigating the neural correlates of automatic attention shifts in electroencephalography
M Ahrens, D Veniero, M Harvey, G Thut
Journal of Vision 17 (384), 2017
2017
P027 Comparing 10 Hz tACS and cathodal tDCS over right parietal cortex in their ability to affect pseudoneglect
D Veniero, CSY Benwell, MM Ahrens, G Thut
Clinical Neurophysiology 128 (3), e22-e23, 2017
2017
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