Elisabeth S. May
Elisabeth S. May
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Prefrontal gamma oscillations encode tonic pain in humans
E Schulz, ES May, M Postorino, L Tiemann, MM Nickel, V Witkovsky, ...
Cerebral cortex 25 (11), 4407-4414, 2015
Frontostriatal gating of tinnitus and chronic pain
JP Rauschecker, ES May, A Maudoux, M Ploner
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (10), 567-578, 2015
Brain oscillations differentially encode noxious stimulus intensity and pain intensity
MM Nickel, ES May, L Tiemann, P Schmidt, M Postorino, ST Dinh, J Gross, ...
Neuroimage 148, 141-147, 2017
Mental imagery, reasoning, and blindness
M Knauff, E May
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (1), 161-177, 2006
Prefrontal gamma oscillations reflect ongoing pain intensity in chronic back pain patients
ES May, MM Nickel, S Ta Dinh, L Tiemann, H Heitmann, I Voth, TR Tölle, ...
Human brain mapping 40 (1), 293-305, 2019
Brain dysfunction in chronic pain patients assessed by resting-state electroencephalography
ST Dinh, MM Nickel, L Tiemann, ES May, H Heitmann, VD Hohn, ...
Pain 160 (12), 2751-2765, 2019
Electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography in pain research—current state and future perspectives
M Ploner, ES May
Pain 159 (2), 206-211, 2018
Differential neurophysiological correlates of bottom-up and top-down modulations of pain
L Tiemann, ES May, M Postorino, E Schulz, MM Nickel, U Bingel, ...
Pain 156 (2), 289-296, 2015
Pre-and post-stimulus alpha activity shows differential modulation with spatial attention during the processing of pain
ES May, M Butz, N Kahlbrock, N Hoogenboom, M Brenner, A Schnitzler
Neuroimage 62 (3), 1965-1974, 2012
Autonomic responses to tonic pain are more closely related to stimulus intensity than to pain intensity
MM Nickel, ES May, L Tiemann, M Postorino, ST Dinh, M Ploner
Pain 158 (11), 2129-2136, 2017
Distinct patterns of brain activity mediate perceptual and motor and autonomic responses to noxious stimuli
L Tiemann, VD Hohn, S Ta Dinh, ES May, MM Nickel, J Gross, M Ploner
Nature communications 9 (1), 4487, 2018
The slowed brain: cortical oscillatory activity in hepatic encephalopathy
M Butz, ES May, D Häussinger, A Schnitzler
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 536 (2), 197-203, 2013
Sustained gamma band synchronization in early visual areas reflects the level of selective attention
N Kahlbrock, M Butz, ES May, A Schnitzler
Neuroimage 59 (1), 673-681, 2012
Deletion of connexin45 in mouse neurons disrupts one-trial object recognition and alters kainate-induced γ-oscillations in the hippocampus
A Zlomuzica, S Reichinnek, S Maxeiner, M Both, E May, P Wörsdörfer, ...
Physiology & behavior 101 (2), 245-253, 2010
Neural oscillations and connectivity characterizing the state of tonic experimental pain in humans
MM Nickel, S Ta Dinh, ES May, L Tiemann, VD Hohn, J Gross, M Ploner
Human Brain Mapping 41 (1), 17-29, 2020
Lowered frequency and impaired modulation of gamma band oscillations in a bimodal attention task are associated with reduced critical flicker frequency
N Kahlbrock, M Butz, ES May, M Brenner, G Kircheis, D Häussinger, ...
Neuroimage 61 (1), 216-227, 2012
Temporal–spectral signaling of sensory information and expectations in the cerebral processing of pain
MM Nickel, L Tiemann, VD Hohn, ES May, C Gil Ávila, F Eippert, M Ploner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (1), e2116616119, 2022
Dynamics of brain function in patients with chronic pain assessed by microstate analysis of resting-state electroencephalography
ES May, CG Ávila, ST Dinh, H Heitmann, VD Hohn, MM Nickel, L Tiemann, ...
Pain 162 (12), 2894-2908, 2021
Hepatic encephalopathy is associated with slowed and delayed stimulus-associated somatosensory alpha activity
ES May, M Butz, N Kahlbrock, M Brenner, N Hoogenboom, G Kircheis, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 125 (12), 2427-2435, 2014
From correlation towards causality: modulating brain rhythms of pain using transcranial alternating current stimulation
VD Hohn, ES May, M Ploner
Pain Reports 4 (4), e723, 2019
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