Christian Keitel
Christian Keitel
University of Stirling, University of Dundee, Lecturer in Psychology (Assistant Professor)
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Stimulus-driven brain oscillations in the alpha range: entrainment of intrinsic rhythms or frequency-following response?
C Keitel, C Quigley, P Ruhnau
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (31), 10137-10140, 2014
Frequency and power of human alpha oscillations drift systematically with time-on-task
CSY Benwell*, RE London, CF Tagliabue, D Veniero, J Gross, C Keitel*, ...
Neuroimage 192, 101-114, 2019
Independent effects of attentional gain control and competitive interactions on visual stimulus processing
C Keitel, SK Andersen, C Quigley, MM Müller
Cerebral Cortex 23 (4), 940-946, 2013
Stimulus-driven brain rhythms within the alpha band: The attentional-modulation conundrum
C Keitel, A Keitel, CSY Benwell, C Daube, G Thut, J Gross
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (16), 3119-3129, 2019
Early visual and auditory processing rely on modality-specific attentional resources
C Keitel, B Maess, E Schröger, MM Müller
Neuroimage 70, 240-249, 2013
Visual cortex responses reflect temporal structure of continuous quasi-rhythmic sensory stimulation
C Keitel, G Thut, J Gross
NeuroImage, 2016
Trial‐by‐trial co‐variation of pre‐stimulus EEG alpha power and visuospatial bias reflects a mixture of stochastic and deterministic effects
CSY Benwell, C Keitel, M Harvey, J Gross, G Thut
European Journal of Neuroscience 48 (7), 2566-2584, 2018
Flicker-driven responses in visual cortex change during matched-frequency transcranial alternating current stimulation
P Ruhnau*, C Keitel*, C Lithari, N Weisz, T Neuling
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 184, 2016
Visual, auditory and tactile stimuli compete for early sensory processing capacities within but not between senses
E Porcu*, C Keitel*, MM Müller
Neuroimage 97, 224-235, 2014
Sustained selective intermodal attention modulates processing of language-like stimuli
C Keitel, E Schröger, K Saupe, MM Müller
Experimental Brain Research 213 (2), 321-327, 2011
Concurrent visual and tactile steady-state evoked potentials index allocation of inter-modal attention: a frequency-tagging study
E Porcu, C Keitel, MM Müller
Neuroscience letters 556, 113-117, 2013
Competitive effects on steady-state visual evoked potentials with frequencies in-and outside the alpha band
C Keitel, SK Andersen, MM Müller
Experimental brain research 205 (4), 489-495, 2010
Electrophysiological evidence for age effects on sensory memory processing of tonal patterns.
J Rimmele, E Sussman, C Keitel, T Jacobsen, E Schröger
Psychology and aging 27 (2), 384, 2012
No changes in parieto‐occipital alpha during neural phase locking to visual quasi‐periodic theta‐, alpha‐, and beta‐band stimulation
C Keitel, CSY Benwell, G Thut, J Gross
European Journal of Neuroscience 48 (7), 2551-2565, 2018
Sustained splits of attention within versus across visual hemifields produce distinct spatial gain profiles
S Walter, C Keitel, MM Müller
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28 (1), 111-124, 2016
Audio-visual synchrony and spatial attention enhance processing of dynamic visual stimulation independently and in parallel: A frequency-tagging study
A Covic*, C Keitel*, E Porcu, E Schröger, MM Müller
NeuroImage 161, 32-42, 2017
Coupling of pupil-and neuronal population dynamics reveals diverse influences of arousal on cortical processing
T Pfeffer*, C Keitel*, DS Kluger, A Keitel, A Russmann, G Thut, TH Donner, ...
Spatial attention enhances cortical tracking of quasi-rhythmic visual stimuli
D Tabarelli, C Keitel, J Gross, D Baldauf
NeuroImage 208, 116444, 2020
Early visual cortex dynamics during top–down modulated shifts of feature-selective attention
MM Müller, M Trautmann, C Keitel
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 28 (4), 643-655, 2016
Frequency-specific effects in infant electroencephalograms do not require entrained neural oscillations: a commentary on Köster et al.(2019)
C Keitel, J Obleser, S Jessen, MJ Henry
Psychological Science 32 (6), 966-971, 2021
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