For an up-to-date overview of my publications see my Google Scholar Profile.





Michael Wibral, Christoph Bledowski, Georg Turi (2008)
Integration of separately recorded EEG/MEG and fMRI
in: Markus Ullsperger & Stefan Debener (Eds.)
Integrating EEG and fMRI: recording, analysis and application
Oxford Unviversity Press, 201
ISBN 978-0-19-537273


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Michael Wibral (2013)
9-537273 Transfer Entropy
in: Michael Wibral, Joseph T. Lizier & Raul Vicente (Eds.)
Directed Information Measures in Neuroscience
Springer
To appear






submitted


C. Stawowsky, M. Wibral, C.F. Altmann, J. Kaiser, and B. Gaese
MEG activation patterns underlying auditory interactions in FM dircetion discrimination in humans
(submitted)

 

 

 

 

2014


D. Rivolta, N.P. Castellanos, C. Stawowsky, S. Helbling, M. Wibral, C. Grützner, D. Koethe, K. Birkner, L. Kranaster, F. Enning, W.Singer, F.M.Leweke, P.J. Uhlhaas
Source-Reconstruction of Event-Related Fields Reveals Hyperfunction and Hypofunction of Cortical Circuits in Antipsychotic-Naive, First-Episode Schizophrenia Patients during Mooney Face Processing
J Neurosci. 2014 Apr 23;34(17):5909-17.

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C. Gómez, J.T. Lizier, M. Schaum, P. Wollstadt, C. Grützner, P. Uhlhaas, C.M. Freitag, S. Schlitt, S. Bölte, R. Hornero, M. Wibral
Reduced predictable information in brain signals in autism spectrum disorder
Front Neuroinform. 2014 Feb 14;8:9.

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M. Wibral, J.T. Lizier, S. Vögler, V. Priesemann, R. Galuske
NLocal active information storage as a tool to understand distributed neural information processing
Front Neuroinform. 2014 Jan 28;8:1.

 

 

 

 

2013


P. Garcés, R. Vicente, M. Wibral, J.Á. Pineda-Pardo, M.E. López, S. Aurtenetxe, A. Marcos , M.E. de Andrés, M. Yus, M.Sancho, F. Maestú, A. Fernández
Brain-wide slowing of spontaneous alpha rhythms in mild cognitive impairment
Front Aging Neurosci. 2013 Dec 27;5:100.


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F. Roux, M. Wibral, W. Singer, J. Aru, P.J. Uhlhaas
The phase of thalamic alpha activity modulates cortical gamma-band activity: evidence from resting-state MEG recordings
J Neurosci. 2013 Nov 6;33(45):17827-35.


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L. Sun, N. Castellanos, C. Grützner, D. Koethe, D. Rivolta, M. Wibral, L. Kranaster, W. Singer, M.F. Leweke, P.J. Uhlhaas
Evidence for dysregulated high-frequency oscillations during sensory processing in medication-naïve, first episode schizophrenia
Schizophr Res. 2013 Nov;150(2-3):519-25.

 

 

 

 

2012


F. Roux, M. Wibral, H. Mohr, W. Singer, P. Uhlhaas
Gamma-band activity in human prefrontal cortex codes for the number of items maintained
during working memory
J Neurosci., accepted for Publication


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M. Wibral, P. Wollstadt, U. Meyer, N. Pampu, V. Priesemann, R. Vicente
Revisiting Wiener's principle of causality - interaction-delay reconstruction using tranfer entropy,
and multivariate analysis on delay-weighted graphs
Proceedings of the 34th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS (EMBC 2012), San Diego
(peer reviewed conference paper)


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L. Sun, C. Gruetzner, S. Bölte, M. Wibral, T. Tozman, S. Schlitt, F. Poustka, C. Freitag, W. Singer, P.J. Uhlhaas
Impaired Gamma-Band Activity During Perceptual Organization in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders:
Evidence for Dysfunctional Network Activity in Frontal-Posterior Cortices.
J Neurosci., accepted for publication


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J. Gehrig, M. Wibral, C. Arnold, C.A. Kell
Setting up the speech production network: How oscillations contribute to lateralized information routing
Frontiers in Language Science,

accepted


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P. Jung, J. Klein, M. Wibral, K. Hoechstetter, B. Bliem, L. Ming-Kuei, M. Wahl, and U. Ziemann
Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Bimanual Integration in Human Somatosensory Cortex and their Relevance to
Bimanual Object Manipulation
The Journal of Neuroscience,

accepted for publication

 

 

 

 

2011


M. Lindner, R. Vicente, V. Priesemann, M. Wibral
TRENTOOL: A MATLAB open source toolbox to analyse information flow in time series data
with transfer entropy BMC

Neuroscience 2011 Nov 18;12(1):119.


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C. Bledowski, J. Kaiser, M. Wibral, K. Erzberger, B. Rahm
Separable neural bases for subprocesses of recognition in working memory
Cerebral Cortex

(accepted for publication)


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G. Turi, S. Gotthardt, W. Singer, T.A. Vuong, M.J.H. Munk and M. Wibral
Quantifying additive evoked contributions to the event-related potential
NeuroImage 2011 Sep 16. (Epub ahead of print)


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C.F. Altmann, C. Klein, L.V. Heinemann, M. Wibral, B. Gaese, J. Kaiser
Repetition of complex frequency-modulated sweeps enhances neuromagnetic responses
in the human auditory cortex
Hearing Research

(accepted for publication)


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M.J. Naumer*, J. van den Bosch*, M. Wibral*, A. Kohler, W. Singer, J. Kaiser, V. van de Ven, L.F. Muckli (*equal contribution)
Audio-visual integration in the human brain: data-driven detection and independent validation
Experimental Brain Research
(accepted for publication)

 

 

 

 

2010


P. Uhlhaas, G. Pipa, S. Neuenschwander, M. Wibral, W. Singer
A new look at gamma-High (>60 Hz) -band activity in cortical networks: Function, mechanisms and impairment
Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology

(accepted for publication)


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M. Wibral, B. Rahm, M. Rieder, M. Lindner, R. Vicente, J. Kaiser
Transfer entropy in magnetoencephalographic data: Quantifying information flow in cortical and cerebellar networks
Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology

(accepted for publication)


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R. Vicente*, M. Wibral*, M. Lindner*, Pipa G (*these authors contributed equally)
Transfer Entropy - A model-free measure of effective connectivity for the neurosciences
Journal of Computational Neuroscience, DOI 10.1007/s10827-010-0267-y
(open access article)


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C. Gruetzner, P.J. Uhlhaas, E. Genc, A. Kohler, W. Singer, and M. Wibral
Neuroelectromagnetic correlates of perceptual closure processes
J. Neurosci. 2010 30: 8342-8352;
(open access article)

 

 

 


2009


C. Haenschel, R. Bittner, J. Waltz, F. Haertling, M. Wibral, W. Singer, D. Linden, E. Rodriguez (2009)
Cortical oscillatory activity is critical for working memory as revealed by deficits in early onset schizophrenia
Journal of Neuroscience 2009 29(30):9481-9.


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V. Priesemann, M.J.H. Munk, M.Wibral (2009)
Subsampling effects in neuronal avalanche distributions recorded in vivo
BMC Neuroscience 2009 10:40
(open access - available free of charge)


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L. Melloni, C.M. Schwiedrzik, M. Wibral, R. Rodriguez, W. Singer (2009)
Response to: Yuval-Greenberg et al., "Transient Induced Gamma-Band Response in EEG as a Manifestation of Miniature Saccades."
Neuron 62(1):10-12
(link)


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J. Kaiser, W. Lutzenberger, C. Decker, M. Wibral, B. Rahm (2009)
Task- and performance-related modulation of domain-specific auditory short-term memory representations in the gamma band
NeuroImage, accepted for publication

 

 

 

 

2008


M. Wibral, C. Bledowski, A. Kohler, W. Singer, L.F. Muckli (2008)
The timing of feedback to early visual cortex in the perception of long-range apparent motion
Cerebral Cortex, epub ahead of print. doi: 10.109
(open access - available free of charge)

 

 

 

 

2007


J. Kaiser, T. Heidegger, M.Wibral, C.F. Altmann, W.Lutzenberger (2007)
Distinct gamma-band components reflect the short-term memory maintenance of different sound lateralization angles
Cerebral Cortex, 18(10): 2286-2295
(open access - available free of charge)


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C. Bledowski D.E.J. Linden and M. Wibral (2007)
Combining electrophysiology and functional imaging
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (TICS), 11: 500-502
(link)


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M. Wibral, G. Turi, D. Linden, J. Kaiser and C. Bledowski (2007)
Decomposition of working memory-related scalp ERPs: Crossvalidation of fMRI-constrained source analysis and ICA.
International Journal of Psychophysiology, 67: 200-211


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J. Kaiser, T. Heidegger, M. Wibral, C. Altmann and W. Lutzenberger (2007)
Alpha synchronization during auditory spatial short-term memory.
Neuroreport, 18(11):1129-1132.


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M. Wibral (2007)
The BOLD fMRI Signal under Anaesthesia and Hyperoxia.
PhD Thesis, Electronic Publications Darmstadt (EPDA) TU Darmstadt, Fachbereich Biologie
(download thesis)


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C.F. Altmann, C. Bledowski, M. Wibral and J. Kaiser (2007)
Processing of location and pattern changes of natural sounds in the human auditory cortex.
Neuroimage. 35(3):1192-1200


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M. Wibral, L.F. Muckli, K. Melnikovic, B. Scheller, A. Alink, W. Singer and M.H.J. Munk (2007)
Time dependent effects of hyperoxia on the BOLD fMRI signal in primate visual cortex and LGN.
NeuroImage, 35:1044-1063

 

 

 

 

2006


T. Schicke, L. Muckli, A.L. Beer, M. Wibral, W. Singer, R. Goebel, F. Rösler and B. Röder (2006)
Tight covariation of BOLD signal changes and slow ERPs in the parietal cortex in a parametric spatial imagery task
with haptic acquisition.

European Journal of Neuroscience, 23, 1910-1918 (scored:6.0 at Faculty of 1000)


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C. Bledowski, K. Cohen Kadosh, M. Wibral, B. Rahm, R.A. Bittner, K. Hoechstetter, M. Scherg, K. Maurer, R. Goebel and D.E.J. Linden (2006)
Mental Chronometry of Working Memory Retrieval: A Combined Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
and Event-Related Potentials Approach

The Journal of Neuroscience, 26(3):821 - 829
(free full text)

 

 


 

2005


M.J.Naumer, M. Wibral, W. Singer, et al. (2005)
Natural sounds activate object-related cortex
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (Suppl. S): 83-83


 

 

 

2004


L. Muckli, A. Kohler, M. Wibral, W.Singer (2004)
Brain activity along the apparent motion path-recurrent feedback of area hMT/V5 to V1?
Perception, 33: 22-22


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C. Bledowski., D. Prvulovic, K. Hoechstetter, M. Scherg, M. Wibral, R. Goebel and D.E.J. Linden (2004)
Localizing P300 generators in visual target and distractor processing: a combined event-related potential and functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
Journal of Neuroscience, 24(42):9353-9360
(free full text)

 

 

 

 

 



M.Wibral, C.Gruetzner, P.Uhlhaas, M.Lindner, R. Vicente
Cortical Networks at work: Using transfer entropy on virtual depth electrode signals
from MEG to quantify effective connectivity in perceptual closure

presented as a poster at the IZN Frankfurt Mini Symposium 2009

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Anja Seidel, Michael Wibral, Matthias Munk, Gaby Schneidery
Single-trial detection of neural co-activation at specific
frequencies

DAGStat 2010, Dortmund, Germany

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Cerisa Stawowsky, Michael Wibral , Angela Heinrich , Christian Altmann, Jochen Kaiser , Bernhard H. Gaese
MEG activation patterns underlying auditory interactions in FM direction discrimination in humans
International Conference on Auditory Cortex, 2009, Magdeburg, Germany (poster pdf)

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G.Turi, G. Schalk, X.Pei, W.Singer, E.C.Leuthardt, C.Haenschel, M.Wibral
Identification of group-specific and task-related brain dynamics by common independent component
analysis of multichannel EEG and ECoG recordings

Society for Neuroscience, annual meeting, 2009, Chicago

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Georg Turi, The Anh Vuong, Matthias H.J. Munk, S. Gotthardt, Wolf Singer, Michael Wibral
Estimation of additive independent components via coupled subspace decomposition:
Application to evoked activity in single channel data recorded in vivo

15th Annual meeting, Organization for Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco 2009

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Michael Wibral, Raul Vicente, Gordon Pipa
Imaging the Effective Connectivity behind Frontal Control Processes in a Simon Task using Transfer Entropy
15th Annual meeting, Organization for Human Brain Mapping, San Francisco 2009

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Michael Wibral, Raul Vicente, Jochen Triesch, Gordon Pipa
Using Transfer Entropy to measure the patterns of information flow though cortex: Application to MEG
recordings from a visual Simon task

Society for Neuroscience, annual meeting, 2008, Washington (abstract pdf) (poster pdf)

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Georg Turi, Wolf Singer, Matthias H.J. Munk, Michael Wibral
Reliable independent component estimation using expectation maximized iterative subset decomposition of noise-perturbed multichannel EEG/MEG recordings
Society for Neuroscience, annual meeting, 2008, Washington (abstract pdf) (poster pdf)

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Viola Priesemann, Michael Wibral, Matthias Munk
Subsampling affects the identification of critical, supercritical and subcritical states of brain function in vivo
Society for Neuroscience, annual meeting, 2008, Washington (abstract pdf) (poster pdf)

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Raul Vicente, Michael Wibral, Jochen Triesch, Gordon Pipa
Using transfer Entropy to unveil the effective connectivity for MEG measurements: an application to a Simon task
COSYNE Conference 2008

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M. Wibral, G. Turi, D. Linden, J. Kaiser, C. Bledowski
Decomposition of working-memory related scalp ERPs: Crossvalidation of fMRI-constrained source analysis and ICA
Society for Neuroscience, annual meeting, 2007, San Diego
(You can download the poster here (gzipped eps file, 9.7MB))

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C. Tillmann, P.J. Uhlhaas, A. Kohler, W. Singer, M.Wibral
Using MEG and cluster randomization testing to investigate the role of oscillatory brain activty in face processing
Society for Neuroscience, annual meeting, 2007, San Diego

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V. Priesemann, M. Wibral, M.H.J. Munk
Detection of neuronal avalanches under incomplete sampling conditions in models of self-organized criticality and the macaque brain
Society for Neuroscience, annual meeting, 2007, San Diego (poster pdf)

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Michael Wibral, Christoph Bledowski, Axel Kohler, Wolf Singer and Lars Muckli
Evidence for early MT activity and late feedback to primary visual areas in apparent motion processing
12th Annual meeting of the organization for human brain mapping, 2006, Florence, Italy

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Steffen Volz, Ulrike Lengler, Michael Wibral, Karsten Krakow
Characterizing hemodynamic responses to pathophysiologic and physiologic neuronal activation using fully simultaneous EEG/PASL/BOLD-fMRI in epilepsy patients
12th Annual meeting of the organization for human brain mapping, 2006, Florence, Italy

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Michael Wibral, Katharina Melnikovic, Lars F. Muckli, Wolf Singer and Matthias H.J. Munk
Time resolved analysis of the effects of hyperoxia on BOLD fMRI signal change reveals a biphasic influence on neurovascular response
11th Annual meeting of the organization for human brain mapping, 2005, Toronto, Canada

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Christoph Bledowski, Kathrin Bockenheimer, Michael Wibral, Robert Bittner, Karsten Hoechstetter, Michael Scherg, Rainer Goebel and David E.J. Linden
Investigating working memory retrieval with ERP and fMRI: Timing and localization of load effects on the visual P300
10th Annual meeting of the organization for human brain mapping, 2004, Budapest, Hungary

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M. Wibral, L.F. Muckli, W. Singer and M.H.J. Munk
Influence of hyperoxia on bold fMRI signal changes in the anesthetized macaque monkey
Society for Neuroscience's 34th Annual Meeting

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M. Wibral, A. Kohler, A. Meienbrock, M. Scherg, W. Singer and L.F. Muckli
Putting apparent motion on the map: Timing and localization of apparent motion in early visual regions
Society for Neuroscience's 33rd Annual Meeting

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Michael Wibral, Christoph Bledowski, Axel Kohler, Michael Scherg, Wolf Singer and Lars F. Muckli
The percept of apparent motion alters early components of the classical visual evoked potential
10th Annual meeting of the organization for human brain mapping, 2004, Budapest, Hungary

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L. Muckli, A. Kohler, M.Wibral, W.Singer
Brain activity along the apparent motion path - recurrent feedback of area hMT/V5 to V1?
Perception 33 ECVP 2004 Abstract Supplement

 

 

 

 

 


Neuron
The Journal of Neuroscience
Cerebral Cortex
European Journal of Neuroscience
Neuroscience
Clinical Neurophysiology
PLOS Computational Biology
Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience
Frontiers
Epilepsy Reserach
Eurpean Journal of Neurology
Frontiers






Here's some stuff from my old work in the field of solar cell research

Zechner, C. Hahn, G. Jooss, W. Wibral, M. Bitnar, B. Keller, S. Spiegel, M. Fath, P. Willeke, G. Bucher, E.
Systematic study towards high efficiency multicrystalline siliconsolar cells with mechanical surface texturization
Proceedings of the 26th Photovoltaic Specialists Conference Anaheim, CA, USA, 1997, 243-246