Kluger D.S., Quante L., Kohler, A., Schubotz R.I. (2019) Being right matters: Model-compliant events in predictive processing. PloS ONE, 14(6): e0218311.
Quante L., Kluger D.S., Bürkner P.C., Ekman M., Schubotz R.I. (2018) Graph measures in task-based fMRI: Functional integration during read-out of visual and auditory information. PLoS ONE, 13(11): e0207119.
Hagelweide, K., Schönberger, A.R., Kracht, L., Gründler, T., Fink, G.R., Schubotz, R.I. (2018). Motor cognition in patients treated with subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation: Limits of compensatory overactivity in Parkinson's disease Corresponding. Neuropsychologia, 117, 491-499.
Trempler, I., Binder, E., El-Sourani, N., Schiffler, P., Tenberge, J.-G., Schiffer, A.-M., Fink, G.R., Schubotz, R.I. (2018). Association of grey matter changes with stability and flexibility of prediction in akinetic-rigid Parkinson's disease. Brain Structure and Function, 223(5), 2097-2111
El-Sourani, N., Wurm, M. F., Trempler, I., Fink, G.R., & Schubotz, R.I. (2017). Making sense of objects lying around: How contextual objects shape brain activity during action observation. Neuroimage, 167, 429-437.
Wurm, M.F. & Schubotz, R.I. (2018). The role of the temporoparietal junction (TPJ) in action observation: Agent detection rather than visuospatial transformation. NeuroImage, 165, 48-55.
Kluger, D.S. & Schubotz, R.I. (2017). Strategic adaptation to non-reward prediction error qualities and irreducible uncertainty in fMRI. Cortex, 97, 32-48.
Our group is currently looking for interested participants (14-60y) diagnosed with Asperger autism for two fmri studies. Click here to read more.