New paper published in NeuroImage
We have published a new paper in NeuroImage. Here you can find the new paper „Making the rich richer: Frontoparietal tDCS enhances transfer effects of a single-session distractor inhibition training on working memory in high capacity individuals but reduces them in low capacity individuals“.
New paper published in Applied Sciences
We have published a new paper in Applied Sciences. Here you can find the new paper about „Reliability of Perceptual-Cognitive Skills in a Complex, Laboratory-Based Team-Sport Setting“.
New paper published in Neuroscience
Together with our colleagues from the Medical Faculty and the University Clinic for Neurology in Magdeburg we have published a new paper in Neuroscience. Here you can find the new paper about „Longitudinal reproducibility of neurite orientation dispersion and density imaging (NODDI) derived metrics in the white matter„.
New Collaborative Research Center on "Neural Resources of Cognition" (SFB 1436) funded by DFG.
The DFG will fund a new Collaborative Research Center (SFB 1436) on „Neural Resources of Cognition“. Our group is involved in the SFB-project C01 on „Dynamic modelling of training-induced, response-optimized mobilization of neural resources“. We will perform this project together with Dr. Gabriel Ziegler from the Institute for Cognitive Neurology & Dementia Research.
New Funding: Our group receives intramural funding for a new project on in-vivo MR imaging of training-induced brain changes in animals (in collaboration with the Leibniz-Institute for Neurobiology).
The OvGU will fund a new project on small-animal MR imaging of training-induced brain plasticity. We closely collaborate with PD Dr. Eike Budinger and Patricia Wenk from the Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology (AG Funktionelle Neuroanatomie & Kleintier-MRT).
New paper published in Cerebral Cortex Communications!
New paper “Intrinsic Connectivity Changes Mediate the Beneficial Effect of Cardiovascular Exercise on Sustained Visual Attention” published in Cerebral Cortex Communications!
Article about the lab’s training facilities in Volksstimme
Short article about the lab’s training facilities in Volksstimme
New study on effects of brain stimulation on balance performance
New study on effects of brain stimulation on balance performance. If you are interested to participate please contact us.
Prof. Herbert Wagner from Paris-Lodron University Salzburg joined the lab ...
Prof. Herbert Wagner from Paris-Lodron University Salzburg joined the lab for a half-year research stay.