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== J. Neuroscience 2010: The absence of eye muscle fatigue indicates that the nervous system compensates for non-motor disturbances of oculomotor function ==

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[[http://www.jneurosci.org/content/30/47/15834.long|Mario Prsa, Peter W. Dicke, and Peter Thier, J. Neuroscience 30:15834-15842]]
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publications to which nrec contributed to

1. Brain Topogr. 2012: Processing of Coherent Visual Motion in Topographically Organized Visual Areas in Human Cerebral Cortex

"...Stimulus generation and data acquisition were controlled by the open source nrec measurement system (http://nrec.neurologie.uni-tuebingen.de, created by F. Bunjes, J. Gukelberger et. al.) running on an IBM PC-compatible Pentium class computer. ..."

Randolph F. Helfrich, Hubertus G.T. Becker und Thomas Haarmeier Brain Topography, Online First, 23 April 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s10548-012-0226-1

2. Curr. Biol. 2011: View-Based Encoding of Actions in Mirror Neurons of Area F5 in Macaque Premotor Cortex

"...Movies, as well as the other visual stimuli, were presented by custom produced real-time software (http://nrec.neurologie.uni-tuebingen.de) with a refresh rate of 60 fps. ..."

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960982210016532

Vittorio Caggiano, Leonardo Fogassi, Giacomo Rizzolatti, Joern K. Pomper, Peter Thier, Martin A. Giese, Antonino Casile, Curr. Biol. Volume 21, Issue 2, 25 January 2011, Pages 144-148

3. J. Neuroscience 2010: The absence of eye muscle fatigue indicates that the nervous system compensates for non-motor disturbances of oculomotor function

http://www.jneurosci.org/content/30/47/15834.long

Mario Prsa, Peter W. Dicke, and Peter Thier, J. Neuroscience 30:15834-15842

4. Exp. Brain Res. 2010: Specific vermal complex spike responses build up during the course of smooth-pursuit adaptation, paralleling the decrease of performance error

http://www.springerlink.com/content/j1173463v4501v17/

Suryadeep Dash, Nicolas Catz, Peter Wilhelm Dicke Peter Thier, Experimental Brain Research, Volume 205, Number 1, 41-55, DOI: 10.1007/s00221-010-2331-2

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