Publications 2003

Aron, A., Schlaghecken, F., Fletcher, P., Bullmore, E., Eimer, M., Barker, R., Sahakian, B., & Robbins, T. (2003). Inhibition of subliminally primed responses is mediated by the caudate and thalamus: evidence from functional MRI and Huntington’s disease. Brain. 126, 713-723

Eimer, M., & Forster, B. (2003). Modulations of early somatosensory ERP components by transient and sustained spatial attention. Experimental Brain Research; 151: 24-31.

Eimer, M. & Forster, B. (2003). The spatial distribution of attentional selectivity in touch: Evidence from somatosensory ERP components. Clinical Neurophysiology 114: 1298-1306

Eimer, M., Forster, B., & Van Velzen, J. (2003). Anterior and posterior attentional control systems use different spatial reference frames: ERP evidence from covert tactile-spatial orienting. Psychophysiology 40: 924-933.

Eimer, M., Holmes, A., & McGlone, F.P. (2003). The role of spatial attention in the processing of facial expression: An ERP study of rapid brain responses to six basic emotions. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience. 3 (2), 97-110

Eimer, M., & Schlaghecken, F. (2003). Response facilitation and inhibition in subliminal priming. Biological Psychology. 64, 7-26

Eimer, M., Van Velzen, J., Forster, B., & Driver, J. (2003). Shifts of attention in light and in darkness: An ERP study of supramodal attentional control and crossmodal links in spatial attention. Cognitive Brain Research 15. 308-323

Holmes, A., Vuilleumier, P., & Eimer, M. (2003). The processing of emotional facial expression is gated by spatial attention: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Cognitive Brain Research, 16, 174-184.

Macaluso, E., Eimer, M., Frith, C.D., & Driver, J. (2003). Preparatory states in crossmodal spatial attention: Spatial specificity and possible control mechanisms. Experimental Brain Research, 149, 62-74.

Schlaghecken, F., Munchau, A., Bloem, B.R., Rothwell, J., & Eimer, M. (2003). Slow frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation affects reaction times, but not priming effects, in a masked prime task. Clinical Neurophysiology. 114, 1272-1277

Van Velzen, J., & Eimer, M. (2003). Early posterior ERP components do not reflect the control of attentional shifts towards expected peripheral events. Psychophysiology. 40, 827-831