Felix Duecker
Felix Duecker
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Rethinking the role of sham TMS
F Duecker, AT Sack
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 2015
The hybrid model of attentional control: New insights into hemispheric asymmetries inferred from TMS research
F Duecker, AT Sack
Neuropsychologia 74, 21-29, 2015
Hemispheric differences in the voluntary control of spatial attention: direct evidence for a right-hemispheric dominance within frontal cortex
F Duecker, E Formisano, AT Sack
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25 (8), 1332-1342, 2013
Time-and task-dependent non-neural effects of real and sham TMS
F Duecker, TA de Graaf, C Jacobs, AT Sack
PLoS One 8 (9), e73813, 2013
Pre-stimulus sham TMS facilitates target detection
F Duecker, AT Sack
PLoS One 8 (3), e57765, 2013
Top-down control of visual cortex by the frontal eye fields through oscillatory realignment
D Veniero, J Gross, S Morand, F Duecker, AT Sack, G Thut
Nature communications 12 (1), 1757, 2021
Horizontal tuning for faces originates in high-level Fusiform Face Area
V Goffaux, F Duecker, L Hausfeld, C Schiltz, R Goebel
Neuropsychologia 81, 1-11, 2016
Left parietal tACS at alpha frequency induces a shift of visuospatial attention
T Schuhmann, SK Kemmerer, F Duecker, TA De Graaf, S Ten Oever, ...
PLoS One 14 (11), e0217729, 2019
Early stages of motor skill learning and the specific relevance of the cortical motor system–a combined behavioural training and theta burst TMS study
T Platz, S Roschka, MI Christel, F Duecker, JC Rothwell, AT Sack
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 30 (3), 199-211, 2012
Relating alpha power modulations to competing visuospatial attention theories
S Gallotto, F Duecker, S Ten Oever, T Schuhmann, TA De Graaf, AT Sack
NeuroImage 207, 116429, 2020
Seeing in the dark: Phosphene thresholds with eyes open versus closed in the absence of visual inputs
TA De Graaf, F Duecker, Y Stankevich, S Ten Oever, AT Sack
Brain stimulation 10 (4), 828-835, 2017
Moving beyond attentional biases: Shifting the interhemispheric balance between left and right posterior parietal cortex modulates attentional control processes
F Duecker, T Schuhmann, N Bien, C Jacobs, AT Sack
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (7), 1267-1278, 2017
Thinking caps for everyone? The role of neuro-enhancement by non-invasive brain stimulation in neuroscience and beyond
F Duecker, TA de Graaf, AT Sack
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 8, 71, 2014
The cortex-based alignment approach to TMS coil positioning
F Duecker, MA Frost, TA de Graaf, B Graewe, C Jacobs, R Goebel, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (10), 2321-2329, 2014
Gender affirming medical treatment desire and treatment motives in binary and non-binary transgender individuals
M Kennis, F Duecker, G T’Sjoen, AT Sack, M Dewitte
The journal of sexual medicine 19 (7), 1173-1184, 2022
Transcranial alternating current stimulation at theta frequency to left parietal cortex impairs associative, but not perceptual, memory encoding
A Meng, M Kaiser, TA de Graaf, F Dücker, AT Sack, P De Weerd, ...
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 182, 107444, 2021
Sexual self-concept discrepancies mediate the relation between gender dysphoria sexual esteem and sexual attitudes in binary transgender individuals
M Kennis, F Duecker, G T’Sjoen, AT Sack, M Dewitte
The Journal of Sex Research 59 (4), 524-536, 2022
Phase-coded oscillatory ordering promotes the separation of closely matched representations to optimize perceptual discrimination
S Ten Oever, T Meierdierks, F Duecker, TA De Graaf, AT Sack
Iscience 23 (7), 101282, 2020
Mental and sexual well-being in non-binary and genderqueer individuals
M Kennis, F Duecker, G T’Sjoen, AT Sack, M Dewitte
International journal of transgender health 23 (4), 442-457, 2022
Hemifield-specific correlations between cue-related blood oxygen level dependent activity in bilateral nodes of the dorsal attention network and attentional benefits in a …
HC Mayrhofer, F Duecker, V van de Ven, HIL Jacobs, AT Sack
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 31 (5), 625-638, 2019
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