Jan Kujala
Jan Kujala
Department of Psychology, University of Jyväskylä
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Dynamic imaging of coherent sources: studying neural interactions in the human brain
J Gross, J Kujala, M Hämäläinen, L Timmermann, A Schnitzler, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (2), 694-699, 2001
The neural basis of intermittent motor control in humans
J Groß, L Timmermann, J Kujala, M Dirks, F Schmitz, R Salmelin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (4), 2299-2302, 2002
Phase coupling in a cerebro-cerebellar network at 8–13 Hz during reading
J Kujala, K Pammer, P Cornelissen, A Roebroeck, E Formisano, ...
Cerebral Cortex 17 (6), 1476-1485, 2007
How silent is silent reading? Intracerebral evidence for top-down activation of temporal voice areas during reading
M Perrone-Bertolotti, J Kujala, JR Vidal, CM Hamame, T Ossandon, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (49), 17554-17562, 2012
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
Direct recordings from human anterior insula reveal its leading role within the error-monitoring network
J Bastin, P Deman, O David, M Gueguen, D Benis, L Minotti, D Hoffman, ...
Cerebral cortex, bhv352, 2016
Gamma oscillations in V1 are correlated with GABAA receptor density: A multi-modal MEG and Flumazenil-PET study
J Kujala, J Jung, S Bouvard, F Lecaignard, A Lothe, R Bouet, C Ciumas, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 16347, 2015
Dog experts' brains distinguish socially relevant body postures similarly in dogs and humans
MV Kujala, J Kujala, S Carlson, R Hari
PloS one 7 (6), e39145, 2012
Properties of MEG tomographic maps obtained with spatial filtering
J Gross, L Timmermann, J Kujala, R Salmelin, A Schnitzler
Neuroimage 19 (4), 1329-1336, 2003
Neural representation of language: activation versus long-range connectivity
R Salmelin, J Kujala
Trends in cognitive sciences 10 (11), 519-525, 2006
The impact of MEG source reconstruction method on source-space connectivity estimation: A comparison between minimum-norm solution and beamforming
AS Hincapie, J Kujala, J Mattout, A Pascarella, S Daligault, C Delpuech, ...
Neuroimage 156, 29-42, 2017
Localization of correlated network activity at the cortical level with MEG
J Kujala, J Gross, R Salmelin
Neuroimage 39 (4), 1706-1720, 2008
Cortical entrainment: what we can learn from studying naturalistic speech perception
AM Alexandrou, T Saarinen, J Kujala, R Salmelin
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35 (6), 681-693, 2020
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
The right hemisphere is highlighted in connected natural speech production and perception
AM Alexandrou, T Saarinen, S Mäkelä, J Kujala, R Salmelin
NeuroImage 152, 628-638, 2017
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
Corticomuscular coherence is tuned to the spontaneous rhythmicity of speech at 2–3 Hz
I Ruspantini, T Saarinen, P Belardinelli, A Jalava, T Parviainen, J Kujala, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (11), 3786-3790, 2012
MEG connectivity and power detections with minimum norm estimates require different regularization parameters
AS Hincapié, J Kujala, J Mattout, S Daligault, C Delpuech, D Mery, ...
Computational intelligence and neuroscience 2016 (1), 3979547, 2016
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
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