Mia Liljeström
Mia Liljeström
NBE, Aalto University; BioMag Laboratory, HUS; NatMEG, Karolinska Institutet
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Neuromagnetic localization of rhythmic activity in the human brain: a comparison of three methods
M Liljeström, J Kujala, O Jensen, R Salmelin
Neuroimage 25 (3), 734-745, 2005
Perceiving and naming actions and objects
M Liljeström, A Tarkiainen, T Parviainen, J Kujala, J Numminen, ...
Neuroimage 41 (3), 1132-1141, 2008
Comparing MEG and fMRI views to naming actions and objects
M Liljeström, A Hulten, L Parkkonen, R Salmelin
Human brain mapping 30 (6), 1845-1856, 2009
The 3D topography of MEG source localization accuracy: effects of conductor model and noise
A Tarkiainen, M Liljeström, M Seppä, R Salmelin
Clinical Neurophysiology 114 (10), 1977-1992, 2003
Functional magnetic resonance imaging blood oxygenation level-dependent signal and magnetoencephalography evoked responses yield different neural functionality in reading
J Vartiainen, M Liljeström, M Koskinen, H Renvall, R Salmelin
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (3), 1048-1058, 2011
MEG evoked responses and rhythmic activity provide spatiotemporally complementary measures of neural activity in language production
H Laaksonen, J Kujala, A Hultén, M Liljeström, R Salmelin
NeuroImage 60 (1), 29-36, 2012
Dynamic reconfiguration of the language network preceding onset of speech in picture naming
M Liljeström, J Kujala, C Stevenson, R Salmelin
Human brain mapping 36 (3), 1202-1216, 2015
Multivariate analysis of correlation between electrophysiological and hemodynamic responses during cognitive processing
J Kujala, G Sudre, J Vartiainen, M Liljeström, T Mitchell, R Salmelin
NeuroImage 92, 207-216, 2014
Task-and stimulus-related cortical networks in language production: Exploring similarity of MEG-and fMRI-derived functional connectivity
M Liljeström, C Stevenson, J Kujala, R Salmelin
NeuroImage 120, 75-87, 2015
Theta-band oscillations as an indicator of mild traumatic brain injury
H Kaltiainen, L Helle, M Liljeström, H Renvall, N Forss
Brain topography 31 (6), 1037-1046, 2018
Analysis of functional connectivity and oscillatory power using DICS: from raw MEG data to group-level statistics in Python
M Van Vliet, M Liljeström, S Aro, R Salmelin, J Kujala
Frontiers in Neuroscience 12, 586, 2018
Mild traumatic brain injury affects cognitive processing and modifies oscillatory brain activity during attentional tasks
H Kaltiainen, M Liljeström, L Helle, A Salo, M Hietanen, H Renvall, ...
Journal of neurotrauma 36 (14), 2222-2232, 2019
Comparing MEG and EEG in detecting the~ 20-Hz rhythm modulation to tactile and proprioceptive stimulation
M Illman, K Laaksonen, M Liljeström, V Jousmäki, H Piitulainen, N Forss
NeuroImage 215, 116804, 2020
Picture naming yields highly consistent cortical activation patterns: Test–retest reliability of magnetoencephalography recordings
H Ala-Salomäki, J Kujala, M Liljeström, R Salmelin
Neuroimage 227, 117651, 2021
Large-scale functional networks connect differently for processing words and symbol strings
M Liljeström, J Vartiainen, J Kujala, R Salmelin
Plos one 13 (5), e0196773, 2018
Cortical beta burst dynamics are altered in Parkinson's disease but normalized by deep brain stimulation
KAM Pauls, O Korsun, J Nenonen, J Nurminen, M Liljeström, J Kujala, ...
NeuroImage, 119308, 2022
The effect of alertness and attention on the modulation of the beta rhythm to tactile stimulation
M Illman, K Laaksonen, M Liljeström, H Piitulainen, N Forss
Physiological Reports 9 (12), e14818, 2021
Magnetoencephalography and the cortical dynamics of language processing
R Salmelin, J Kujala, M Liljeström
Handbook of Neurolinguistics, 2019
The where, when and how of word production: a commentary on Munding et al. 2015
A Hultén, M Liljeström
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (4), 474-475, 2016
TU-132. S2-targeted rTMS improves sleep, as measured by the OURA-ring, in CRPS patients
J Vanhanen, J Kujala, M Liljeström, E Kalso, J Virkkala, H Harno
Clinical Neurophysiology 141, S14, 2022
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