Cornelia Kranczioch
Cornelia Kranczioch
Universität Oldenburg
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Top-down attentional processing enhances auditory evoked gamma band activity
S Debener, CS Herrmann, C Kranczioch, D Gembris, AK Engel
Neuroreport 14 (5), 683-686, 2003
Consensus on the reporting and experimental design of clinical and cognitive-behavioural neurofeedback studies (CRED-nf checklist)
T Ros, S Enriquez-Geppert, V Zotev, KD Young, G Wood, ...
Brain 143 (6), 1674-1685, 2020
Size matters: effects of stimulus size, duration and eccentricity on the visual gamma-band response
NA Busch, S Debener, C Kranczioch, AK Engel, CS Herrmann
Clinical Neurophysiology 115 (8), 1810-1820, 2004
Event-related potential correlates of the attentional blink phenomenon
C Kranczioch, S Debener, AK Engel
Cognitive Brain Research 17 (1), 177-187, 2003
Improved quality of auditory event-related potentials recorded simultaneously with 3-T fMRI: removal of the ballistocardiogram artefact
S Debener, A Strobel, B Sorger, J Peters, C Kranczioch, AK Engel, ...
Neuroimage 34 (2), 587-597, 2007
Neural correlates of conscious perception in the attentional blink
C Kranczioch, S Debener, J Schwarzbach, R Goebel, AK Engel
Neuroimage 24 (3), 704-714, 2005
Real-time EEG feedback during simultaneous EEG–fMRI identifies the cortical signature of motor imagery
C Zich, S Debener, C Kranczioch, MG Bleichner, I Gutberlet, M De Vos
Neuroimage 114, 438-447, 2015
Temporal dynamics of access to consciousness in the attentional blink
C Kranczioch, S Debener, A Maye, AK Engel
Neuroimage 37 (3), 947-955, 2007
Auditory novelty oddball allows reliable distinction of top–down and bottom–up processes of attention
S Debener, C Kranczioch, CS Herrmann, AK Engel
International Journal of Psychophysiology 46 (1), 77-84, 2002
The best of both worlds: phase-reset of human EEG alpha activity and additive power contribute to ERP generation
BK Min, NA Busch, S Debener, C Kranczioch, S Hanslmayr, AK Engel, ...
International Journal of Psychophysiology 65 (1), 58-68, 2007
Novelty and target processing during an auditory novelty oddball: a simultaneous event-related potential and functional magnetic resonance imaging study
A Strobel, S Debener, B Sorger, JC Peters, C Kranczioch, K Hoechstetter, ...
Neuroimage 40 (2), 869-883, 2008
Mobile EEG and its potential to promote the theory and application of imagery-based motor rehabilitation
C Kranczioch, C Zich, I Schierholz, A Sterr
International Journal of Psychophysiology 91 (1), 10-15, 2014
On the equivalence of executed and imagined movements: evidence from lateralized motor and nonmotor potentials
C Kranczioch, S Mathews, PJA Dean, A Sterr
Human brain mapping 30 (10), 3275-3286, 2009
Wireless EEG with individualized channel layout enables efficient motor imagery training
C Zich, M De Vos, C Kranczioch, S Debener
Clinical Neurophysiology 126 (4), 698-710, 2015
Short-term learning of a visually guided power-grip task is associated with dynamic changes in EEG oscillatory activity
C Kranczioch, S Athanassiou, S Shen, G Gao, A Sterr
Clinical Neurophysiology 119 (6), 1419-1430, 2008
Is auditory evoked potential augmenting/reducing affected by acute tryptophan depletion?
S Debener, A Strobel, K Kürschner, C Kranczioch, J Hebenstreit, ...
Biological psychology 59 (2), 121-133, 2002
Simultaneous EEG-fNIRS reveals how age and feedback affect motor imagery signatures
C Zich, S Debener, AK Thoene, LC Chen, C Kranczioch
Neurobiology of aging 49, 183-197, 2017
Signal processing in fNIRS: a case for the removal of systemic activity for single trial data
F Klein, C Kranczioch
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 331, 2019
High-intensity chronic stroke motor imagery neurofeedback training at home: three case reports
C Zich, S Debener, C Schweinitz, A Sterr, J Meekes, C Kranczioch
Clinical EEG and neuroscience 48 (6), 403-412, 2017
Motor imagery impairment in postacute stroke patients
N Braun, C Kranczioch, J Liepert, C Dettmers, C Zich, I Büsching, ...
Neural plasticity 2017 (1), 4653256, 2017
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