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2011
 
 
Ilg W., Timmann D. (2011) Overview of the general management of cerebellar disorders Handbook of the Cerebellum and viagra 6 free samples Cerebellar Disorders. Editors: Manto M, Gruol D, Schmahmann J, Koibuchi N, Rossi F
Publication date: November, 2011
 
Christensen A., Ilg W., Giese M.A. (2011) Spatiotemporal Tuning of the Facilitation of Biological Motion Perception by Concurrent Motor Execution. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(9): 3493-3499.
Publication date: March, 2011
 
Mukovskiy A., Slotine J.J.E., Giese M.A. (2011) Analysis and usa cialis viagra brand design of the dynamical stability of collective behavior in crowds. Journal of WSCG, Vol.19, No.1-3, 69-76.
Publication date: February, 2011
 
Borchers, S., Christensen A., Ziegler, L., Himmelbach, M. (2011) Visual action control does not rely on strangers-Effects of pictorial cues under monocular and what is cialis binocular vision. Neuropsychologia, 49(3): 556-563.
Publication date: February, 2011
 
Caggiano V., Fogassi L., Rizzolatti G., Pomper, J., Thier P., Giese M.A., Casile A. (2011) View-based encoding of actions in mirror neurons of area F5 in macaque premotor cortex. Curr Biol. 21(2):144-8.
Publication date: January, 2011
Converging experimental evidence indicates that mirror neurons in the monkey premotor area F5 encode the goals of observed motor acts [1-3]. However, it is unknown whether they also contribute to encoding the perspective from which the motor acts of others are seen. In order to address this issue, we recorded the visual responses of mirror neurons of monkey area F5 by using a novel experimental paradigm based on the presentation of movies showing grasping motor acts from different visual perspectives. We found that the majority of the tested mirror neurons (74%) exhibited view-dependent activity with responses tuned to specific points of view. A minority of the tested mirror neurons (26%) exhibited view-independent responses. We conclude that view-independent mirror neurons encode action goals irrespective of the details of the observed motor acts, whereas the view-dependent ones might either form an intermediate step in the formation of view independence or contribute to a modulation of view-dependent representations in higher-level visual areas, potentially linking the goals of observed motor acts with their pictorial aspects.
 
Chiovetto E. (2011) The motor system plays the violin: a musical metaphor inferred from the oscillatory activity of the alpha-motoneuron pools during locomotion. Jounal of Neurophysiology (in press).
Publication date: January, 2011
2010
 
 
Mukovskiy A., Slotine J.J.E., Giese M.A. (2010) Design of the Dynamic Stability Properties of the Collective Behavior of Articulated Bipeds. Proceedings of 10th IEEE-RAS Int. Conference on Humanoid Robots,( Humanoids 2010): 66-73
Publication date: December, 2010
 
Thurman, S.M., Giese M.A., Grossmann, E. D. (2010) Perceptual and viagra professional computational analysis of critical features for biological motion. Journal of Vision
Publication date: October, 2010
 
Yuan C, Schwab I, Recktenwald F, Mallot, H. A. (2010) Detection of moving obstacles by statistical motion analysis. . Conference on Intelligent Robots and order cialis pills Systems (IROS 2010), Taipei, Taiwan
Publication date: October, 2010
 
Endres D., Oram M. (2010) Feature extraction from spike trains with Bayesian binning: 'Latency is where the signal starts'. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 29(1-2): 149-169.
Publication date: August, 2010
 
Baranauskas, G., Mukovskiy A., Wolf, F., Volgushev, M. (2010) The determinants of the onset dynamics of action potentials in a computational model. The determinants of the onset dynamics of action potentials in a computational model.
Publication date: August, 2010
 
Casile A., Dayan E., Caggiano V., Hendler T., Flash T., Giese M.A. (2010) Neuronal encoding of human kinematic invariants during action observation. Cerebral Cortex, 20(7): 1647-55.
Publication date: July, 2010
 
Mukovskiy A., Slotine J.J.E., Giese M.A. (2010) Contraction theory as method for the analysis and the design of stability of collective behavior in crowds. Electronic Proc. IADIS Int. Conference on Computer Graphics, Visualization, Computer Vision and Image Processing (CGVCVIP 2010): 47-56
Publication date: July, 2010
 
Endres D., Földiák P., Priss U. (2010) An Application of Formal Concept Analysis to Semantic Neural Decoding. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 57(3-4): 233-248.
Publication date: July, 2010
 
Mukovskiy A., Slotine J.J.E., Giese M.A. (2010) Analysis of the global dynamical stability of crowd navigation applying Contraction Theory. Electronic Proceedings of Workshop on Crowd Simulation, 23rd Int. Conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents (CASA 2010), May 31-June 2, 2010
Publication date: May, 2010
 
Fleischer F., Giese M.A. (2010) Computational Mechanisms of the Visual Processing of Action Stimuli Perception of the Human Body in Motion.: Findings, Theory and Practice. Oxford University Press.
Publication date: April, 2010
 
Ilg W., Brötz D., Burkhard S., Giese M.A., Schöls L., Synofzik M. (2010) Long-term effects of coordinative training in degenerative cerebellar disease. Movement Disorders
Publication date: April, 2010
 
Ilg W., Synofzik M., Brötz D., Burkhard S., Giese M.A., Schöls L. (2010) Ataxie-Patienten profitieren von Physiotherapie. Aerztliche Praxis Neurologie Psychatrie (in German)(4): 10-12.
Publication date: April, 2010
 
Endres D., Schindelin J., Földiák P., Oram M. (2010) Modelling spike trains and extracting response latency with Bayesian binning. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 57(3-4):233-248
Publication date: March, 2010
2009
 
 
Ilg W., Synofzik M., Brötz D., Burkhard S., Giese M.A., Schöls L. (2009) Intensive coordinative training improves motor performance in degenerative disease. Neurology. 73(22):1823-30. Epub 2009 Oct 28.
Publication date: December, 2009
OBJECTIVES: The cerebellum is known to play a strong functional role in both motor control and motor learning. Hence, the benefit of physiotherapeutic training remains controversial for patients with cerebellar degeneration. In this study, we examined the effectiveness of a 4-week intensive coordinative training for 16 patients with progressive ataxia due to cerebellar degeneration (n = 10) or degeneration of afferent pathways (n = 6).

METHODS: Effects were assessed by clinical ataxia rating scales, individual goal attainment scores, and quantitative movement analysis. Four assessments were performed: 8 weeks before, immediately before, directly after, and 8 weeks after training. To control for variability in disease progression, we used an intraindividual control design, where performance changes with and without training were compared.

RESULTS: Significant improvements in motor performance and reduction of ataxia symptoms were observed in clinical scores after training and were sustained at follow-up assessment. Patients with predominant cerebellar ataxia revealed more distinct improvement than patients with afferent ataxia in several aspects of gait like velocity, lateral sway, and intralimb coordination. Consistently, in patients with cerebellar but without afferent ataxia, the regulation of balance in static and dynamic balance tasks improved significantly.

CONCLUSION: In patients with cerebellar ataxia, coordinative training improves motor performance and reduces ataxia symptoms, enabling them to achieve personally meaningful goals in everyday life. Training effects were more distinct for patients whose afferent pathways were not affected. For both groups, continuous training seems crucial for stabilizing improvements and should become standard of care. Level of evidence: This study provides Class III evidence that coordinative training improves motor performance and reduces ataxia symptoms in patients with progressive cerebellar ataxia.
 
Endres D., Giese M.A. (2009) Temporal segmentation with Bayesian binning. In: NIPS 2009; Workshop on Temporal Segmentation, 12 Dec., Whistler, B.C., Canada (accepted)
Publication date: December, 2009
 
Endres D., Földiák P., Priss U. (2009) An Application of Formal Concept Analysis to Semantic Neural Decoding. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, special issue S47-CLA'08 (accepted)
Publication date: December, 2009
 
Beetz N., Harrison M.D., Brede M., et al. (2009) Phosducin Influences Sympathetic Activity and Prevents Stress-Induced Hypertension in Humans and Mice. J Clin Invest. 119(12):3597-3612.
Publication date: December, 2009
Hypertension and its complications represent leading causes of morbidity and mortality. Although the cause of hypertension is unknown in most patients, genetic factors are recognized as contributing significantly to an individual's lifetime risk of developing the condition. Here, we investigated the role of the G protein regulator phosducin (Pdc) in hypertension. Mice with a targeted deletion of the gene encoding Pdc (Pdc-/- mice) had increased blood pressure despite normal cardiac function and vascular reactivity, and displayed elevated catecholamine turnover in the peripheral sympathetic system. Isolated postganglionic sympathetic neurons from Pdc-/- mice showed prolonged action potential firing after stimulation with acetylcholine and increased firing frequencies during membrane depolarization. Furthermore, Pdc-/- mice displayed exaggerated increases in blood pressure in response to post-operative stress. Candidate gene-based association studies in 2 different human populations revealed several SNPs in the PDC gene to be associated with stress-dependent blood pressure phenotypes. Individuals homozygous for the G allele of an intronic PDC SNP (rs12402521) had 12-15 mmHg higher blood pressure than those carrying the A allele. These findings demonstrate that PDC is an important modulator of sympathetic activity and blood pressure and may thus represent a promising target for treatment of stress-dependent hypertension.
 
Huber G., Beck S.C., Grimm C., Sahaboglu-Tekgoz A., Paquet-Durand F., Wenzel A., et al. (2009) Spectral domain optical coherence tomography in mouse models of retinal degeneration. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 50(12):5888-95. Epub 2009 Aug 6.
Publication date: December, 2009
PURPOSE: Spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) allows cross-sectional visualization of retinal structures in vivo. Here, the authors report the efficacy of a commercially available SD-OCT device to study mouse models of retinal degeneration.

METHODS: C57BL/6 and BALB/c wild-type mice and three different mouse models of hereditary retinal degeneration (Rho(-/-), rd1, RPE65(-/-)) were investigated using confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (cSLO) for en face visualization and SD-OCT for cross-sectional imaging of retinal structures. Histology was performed to correlate structural findings in SD-OCT with light microscopic data.

RESULTS: In C57BL/6 and BALB/c mice, cSLO and SD-OCT imaging provided structural details of frequently used control animals (central retinal thickness, CRT(C57BL/6) = 237 +/- 2 microm and CRT(BALB/c) = 211 +/- 10 microm). RPE65(-/-) mice at 11 months of age showed a significant reduction of retinal thickness (CRT(RPE65) = 193 +/- 2 microm) with thinning of the outer nuclear layer. Rho(-/-) mice at P28 demonstrated degenerative changes mainly in the outer retinal layers (CRT(Rho) = 193 +/- 2 microm). Examining rd1 animals before and after the onset of retinal degeneration allowed monitoring of disease progression (CRT(rd1 P11) = 246 +/- 4 microm, CRT(rd1 P28) = 143 +/- 4 microm). Correlation of CRT assessed by histology and SD-OCT was high (r(2) = 0.897).

CONCLUSIONS: The authors demonstrated cross-sectional visualization of retinal structures in wild-type mice and mouse models for retinal degeneration in vivo using a commercially available SD-OCT device. This method will help to reduce numbers of animals needed per study by allowing longitudinal study designs and will facilitate characterization of disease dynamics and evaluation of putative therapeutic effects after experimental interventions.
 
Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2009) Visual learning shapes the processing of complex movement stimuli in the human brain. In: Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 29 No. 44, pp. 14026--38
Publication date: November, 2009
 
Park A., Mukovskiy A., Slotine J.J.E., Giese M.A. (2009) Design of dynamical stability properties in character animation. In: The 6th Workshop on Virtual Reality Interaction and Physical Simulation. ,VRIPHYS 09, Nov 5-6, Karlsruhe, (in press )
Publication date: November, 2009
 
Homma R., Baker B.J., Jin L., Garaschuk O., et al. (2009) Wide-field and two-photon imaging of brain activity with voltage- and calcium-sensitive dyes. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 364(1529):2453-67.
Publication date: September, 2009
This review presents three examples of using voltage- or calcium-sensitive dyes to image the activity of the brain. Our aim is to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each method with particular reference to its application to the study of the brainstem. Two of the examples use wide-field (one-photon) imaging; the third uses two-photon scanning microscopy. Because the measurements have limited signal-to-noise ratio, the paper also discusses the methodological aspects that are critical for optimizing the signal. The three examples are the following. (i) An intracellularly injected voltage-sensitive dye was used to monitor membrane potential in the dendrites of neurons in in vitro preparations. These experiments were directed at understanding how individual neurons convert complex synaptic inputs into the output spike train. (ii) An extracellular, bath application of a voltage-sensitive dye was used to monitor population signals from different parts of the dorsal brainstem. We describe recordings made during respiratory activity. The population signals indicated four different regions with distinct activity correlated with inspiration. (iii) Calcium-sensitive dyes can be used to label many individual cells in the mammalian brain. This approach, combined with two-photon microscopy, made it possible to follow the spike activity in an in vitro brainstem preparation during fictive respiratory rhythms. The organic voltage- and ion-sensitive dyes used today indiscriminatively stain all of the cell types in the preparation. A major effort is underway to develop fluorescent protein sensors of activity for selectively staining individual cell types.
 
Fleischer F., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2009) Bio-inspired approach for the recognition of goal-directed hand actions. Intl. Conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns (CAIP), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5702 714-722
Publication date: August, 2009
 
Endres D., Oram M. (2009) Feature extraction from spike trains with Bayesian binning: 'Latency is where the signal starts'. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, Online first publication. DOI: 10.1007/s10827-009-0157-3
Publication date: May, 2009
 
Barliya A., Omlor L., Giese M.A., Flash T. (2009) An analytical formulation of the law of intersegmental coordination during human locomotion. Experimental Brain Research, 193(3):371-385
Publication date: March, 2009
 
Hertrich I., Mathiak K., Lutzenberger W., Ackermann H. (2009) Time course of early audiovisual interactions during speech and nonspeech central auditory processing: a magnetoencephalography study. J Cogn Neurosci. 21(2):259-74.
Publication date: February, 2009
Cross-modal fusion phenomena suggest specific interactions of auditory and visual sensory information both within the speech and nonspeech domains. Using whole-head magnetoencephalography, this study recorded M50 and M100 fields evoked by ambiguous acoustic stimuli that were visually disambiguated to perceived /ta/ or /pa/ syllables. As in natural speech, visual motion onset preceded the acoustic signal by 150 msec. Control conditions included visual and acoustic nonspeech signals as well as visual-only and acoustic-only stimuli. (a) Both speech and nonspeech motion yielded a consistent attenuation of the auditory M50 field, suggesting a visually induced "preparatory baseline shift" at the level of the auditory cortex. (b) Within the temporal domain of the auditory M100 field, visual speech and nonspeech motion gave rise to different response patterns (nonspeech: M100 attenuation; visual /pa/: left-hemisphere M100 enhancement; /ta/: no effect). (c) These interactions could be further decomposed using a six-dipole model. One of these three pairs of dipoles (V270) was fitted to motion-induced activity at a latency of 270 msec after motion onset, that is, the time domain of the auditory M100 field, and could be attributed to the posterior insula. This dipole source responded to nonspeech motion and visual /pa/, but was found suppressed in the case of visual /ta/. Such a nonlinear interaction might reflect the operation of a binary distinction between the marked phonological feature "labial" versus its underspecified competitor "coronal." Thus, visual processing seems to be shaped by linguistic data structures even prior to its fusion with auditory information channel.
 
Giese M.A., Mukovskiy A., Park A., Omlor L., Slotine J.J.E. (2009) Real-Time Synthesis of Body Movements Based on Learned Primitives. In Cremers D, Rosenhahn B, Yuille A L (eds): 'Statistical and Geometrical Approaches to Visual Motion Analysis', Springer Verlag, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5604, 107-127
Publication date: 2009
 
Curio C., Bülthoff H.H., Giese M.A. (2009) Dynamic Faces: Insights from Experiments and Computation. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, accepted
Publication date: 2009
 
Casile A., Dayan E., Caggiano V., Hendler T., Flash T., Giese M.A. (2009) Neuronal encoding of human kinematic invariants during action observation. Cerebral Cortex (in press)
Publication date: 2009
 
Curio C., Giese M.A., Breidt M., Kleiner M., Bülthoff H.H. (2009) Dynamic facial action recognition probed by visual adaption. In Curio C, Bülthoff HH, Giese MA (eds): 'Dynamic Faces: Insights from Experiments and Computation', 20, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (in press)
Publication date: 2009
 
Endres D., Földiák P. (2009) Interpreting the neural code with Formal Concept Analysis. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 21, pp. 425-432, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA
Publication date: 2009
 
Endres D., Schindelin J., Földiák P., Oram M. (2009) Modelling spike trains and extracting response latency with Bayesian binning. Journal of Physiology (in press)
Publication date: 2009
 
Fleischer F., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2009) View-independent recognition of grasping actions with coetex-inspired model. Intl Conference on Humaniod Robots, Paris, (in press)
Publication date: 2009
 
Serre T., Giese M.A. (2009) Elements for a neural theory of the processing of dynamic faces. In: Curio C, Bülthoff HH, Giese MA (eds): 'Dynamic Faces: Insights from Experiments and Computation', 20, MIT Press, Cambridge MA, (in press)
Publication date: 2009
 
Timmann D., Konczak J., Ilg W., Donchin O., Hermsdörfer J., Gizewski E.R., Schoch B. (2009) Current advances in lesion-symptom mapping of human cerebellum. Neurosience 162:836-851
Publication date: 2009
 
Häffner M., Fischer E., Federsel P., Fleischer M., Kern D.P. (2009) Electric field aligned growth and characterization of carbon nanotube transistors. GMM Fachbericht 60 – Mikro- Nano-Integration. VDE Verlag GmbH, Berlin und Offenbach.
Publication date: 2009
2008
 
 
Ilg W., Giese M.A., Gizewski E.R., Schoch B., Timmann D. (2008) The influence of focal lesions of the cerebellum on the control and adaptation of gait. Brain 131(Pt 11):2913-27.
Publication date: November, 2008
 
Barliya A., Omlor L., Giese M.A., Flash T. (2008) An analytical formulation to the law of intersegmental coordination. Experimental Brain Research, DOI 10.1007/s00221-008-1633-0
Publication date: 2008
 
Bülthoff H.H., Wallraven C., Giese M.A. (2008) Perceptual Robotics: Example-based representations of shapes and movements. In Siciliano B, Khatib O: Springer Handbook of Robotics, 1481-1498
Publication date: 2008
 
Curio C., Giese M.A., Breidt M., Kleiner M., Bülthoff H.H. (2008) Probing dynamic human facial action recognition from the other side of the mean. ACM Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization, ACM Press, New York, 59-66.
Publication date: 2008
 
Curio C., Giese M.A., Breidt M., Kleiner M., Bülthoff H.H. (2008) Exploring human dynamic facial expression recognition with animation. Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Cognitive Systems, University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany, April 2-4, 2008, Springer Verlag
Publication date: 2008
 
Fleischer F., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2008) Physiologically-inspired model for the visual tuning properties of mirror neurons. Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Cognitive Systems, University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany, April 2-4, 2008, Springer Verlag
Publication date: 2008
 
Fleischer F., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2008) Neural Model for the Visual Recognition of Goal-directed Movements. V. Kurkova, R. Neruda, and J. Koutnik (Eds.): ICANN 2008, Part II , LNCS 5164, 939-948.
Publication date: 2008
 
Giese M.A., Thornton I.M., Edelman S. (2008) Metrics of the perception of body movement. Journal of Vision , 8(9):13, 1-18.
Publication date: 2008
 
Mukovskiy A., Park A., Omlor L., Slotine J.J.E., Giese M.A. (2008) Self-organization of character behavior by mixing of learned movement primitives. Proceedings of the 13th Fall Workshop on Vision, Modeling, and Visualization (VMV) , October 8-10, Konstanz, Germany
Publication date: 2008
 
Park A., Mukovskiy A., Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2008) Synthesis of character behaviour by dynamic interaction of synergies learned from motion capture data. Skala V (ed): Proceedings of the 16th International Conference in Central Europe on Computer Graphics, Visualization and Computer Vision (WSCG), Plzen, Czech Republic, 9-16.
Publication date: 2008
 
Park A., Mukovskiy A., Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2008) Synthesis of character behaviour by dynamic interaction of synergies learned from motion capture data. International Conference on Cognitive Systems (CogSys), Springer-Verlag, Berlin
Publication date: 2008
 
Roether C.L., Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2008) Features in the recognition of emotions from dynamic bodily expression. Masson G, Ilg U J (eds): Dynamics of Visual Motion Processing: Neuronal, Behavioral and Computational Approaches, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, in press.
Publication date: 2008
 
Roether C.L., Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2008) Lateral asymmetry of bodily emotion expression. Current Biology , 18, R329-330.
Publication date: 2008
 
Timmann D., Brandauer B., Hermsdörfer J., Ilg W., Konczak J., Gerwig M., Gizewski E.R., Schoch B. (2008) Lesion-symptom mapping of the human cerebellum. Cerebellum. 2008;7(4):602-6.
Publication date: 2008
 
Ilg W., Christensen A., Karnath H.O., Giese M.A. (2008) Facilitation of action recognition by self-generated movements depends critically on timing Neuroscience Meeting Washington DC . 
Publication date: 2008
 
Fleischer F., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2008) Neural model for the visual recognition of actions. (COSYNE), Salt Lake City, USA.
Publication date: 2008
 
Fleischer F., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2008) Simulating mirror-neuron responses using a neural model for visual action recognition. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting CNS, July 19th - 24th 2008, Portland, Oregon, USA.  
Publication date: 2008
 
Fleischer F., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2008) Neural model for the recognition of transitive actions. Perception 37 suppl, 155 . 
Publication date: 2008
 
Omlor L., Giese M.A., Roether C.L. (2008) Distinctive postural and dynamic features for bodily emotion expression. Journal of Vision 8(6), 910a. . 
Publication date: 2008
 
Park A., Mukovskiy A., Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2008) Self organized character animation based on learned synergies from full-body motion capture data. International Conference on Cognitive Systems (CogSys), Springer-Verlag, Berlin
Publication date: 2008
2007
 
 
Dayan E., Casile A., Levit-Binnun N., Giese M.A., Hendler T., Flash T. (2007) Neural representations of kinematic laws of motion: evidence for action-perception coupling Proc Natl Acad Sci USA , 104(51), 20582-10587.
Publication date: 2007
 
Giese M.A., Leopold D.A. (2007) Wie wir Gesichter erkennen. Spektrum der Wissenschaft, 3/7, 20-23.
Publication date: 2007
 
Ilg W., Golla H., Thier P., Giese M.A. (2007) Specific influences of cerebellar dysfunctions on gait. Brain 130 786-798
Publication date: 2007
 
Ilg W., Röhrig R., Thier P., Giese M.A. (2007) Learning-based methods for the analysis of intra-limb coordination and adaptation of locomotor patterns in cerebellar patients. IEEE 10th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics Noordwijk, The Netherlands 1090-1095
Publication date: 2007
 
Brötz D., Burkhard S., Schöls L., Synofzik M., Ilg W. (2007) Koordination im Mittelpunkt - Physiotherapiekonzept bei zerebellärer Ataxie. Physiopraxis 23-26
Publication date: 2007
 
Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2007) Learning of translation-invariant independent components: multivariate anechoic mixtures. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4666, 762-769.
Publication date: 2007
 
Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2007) Blind source separation for over-determined delayed mixtures. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 19, 1049-1056
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Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2007) Extraction of spatio-temporal primitives of emotional body expressions. Neurocomputing 70(10-12), 1938-1942.
Publication date: 2007
 
Caggiano V., Fogassi L., Rizzolatti G., Thier P., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2007) Neurons in monkey pre-motor cortex (area F5) responding to filmed actions. Perception 36 suppl., 73 . 
Publication date: 2007
 
Caggiano V., Fogassi L., Rizzolatti G., Thier P., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2007) Mirror neurons responding to filmed actions. Proc. of 37th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience , 3rd-7th November 2007, San Diego (USA).  
Publication date: 2007
 
Curio C., Breidt M., Kleiner M., Bülthoff H.H., Giese M.A. (2007) Perception of dynamic facial expressions probed by a new high-level after-effect. Bülthoff H H, Chatziastros A, Mallot H A, Ulrich R (eds): Proceedings of the 10th. Tübinger Perception Conference (TWK 2007) , Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 111. 
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Curio C., Breidt M., Kleiner M., Bülthoff H.H., Giese M.A. (2007) High-level after-effects in the recognition of dynamic facial expressions. Journal of Vision 7(9), 994a. . 
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Curio C., Breidt M., Kleiner M., Bülthoff H.H., Giese M.A. (2007) Aftereffects in the recognition of dynamic facial expressions. Perception 36 suppl., 248.
Publication date: 2007
 
Fleischer F., Giese M.A. (2007) Neural model for the visual recognition of goal-directed hand movements. Bülthoff H H, Chatziastros A, Mallot H A, Ulrich R (eds): Proceedings of the 10th. Tübinger Perception Conference (TWK 2007) , Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 13. 
Publication date: 2007
 
Fleischer F., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2007) Neural model for the visual recognition of goal-directed actions. ESF-EMBO Symposium: Three Dimensional Sensory and Motor Space: Perceptual Consequences of Motor Action , Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain.
Publication date: 2007
 
Giese M.A., Caggiano V., Fogassi L., Rizzolatti G., Thier P., Casile A. (2007) Mirror neurons encoding the expectation of a reward Proc. of 37th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience , 3rd-7th November 2007, San Diego (USA). 
Publication date: 2007
 
Mukovskiy A., Giese M.A. (2007) Style synthesis of human body motion based on learned spatio-temporal synergies. Bülthoff H H, Chatziastros A, Mallot H A, Ulrich R (eds): Proceedings of the 10th. Tübinger Perception Conference (TWK 2007) , Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 152.  
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Park A., Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2007) Synergy-based method for the self-organization of full-body movements with high degree of realism. Bülthoff H H, Chatziastros A, Mallot H A, Ulrich R (eds): Proceedings of the 10th. Tübinger Perception Conference (TWK 2007) , Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 152.  
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Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2007) Asymmetry of emotions expressed in full-body movement. Perception 36 suppl., 75. . 
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Omlor L., Giese M.A., Roether C.L. (2007) Left-right asymmetry of emotionally expressive full-body movement. Bülthoff H H, Chatziastros A, Mallot H A, Ulrich R (eds): Proceedings of the 10th. Tübinger Perception Conference (TWK 2007) , Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 152.  
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Omlor L., Giese M.A., Roether C.L. (2007) Not just the face: asymmetry of emotional body expression. Journal of Vision 7(9), 554a . 
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Serre T., Giese M.A. (2007) Rapid Serial Action Presentation: New paradigm for the study of movement recognition. Journal of Vision 7(9), 559a
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Thier P., Caggiano V., Fogassi L., Rizzolatti G., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2007) Differential encoding of actions in near and far space in the mirror neuron system of monkeys. Proc. of 37th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, 3rd-7th November 2007, San Diego (USA). 
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2006
 
 
Graf M., Reitzner B., Corves C., Casile A., Giese M.A., Prinz W. (2006) Predicting point-light actions in real-time. Neuroimage, 36 suppl 2, T22-23.
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Casile A., Giese M.A. (2006) Non-visual motor learning influences the recognition of biological motion. Current Biology, 16(1), 69-74.
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Casile A., Rucci M. (2006) A theoretical analysis of the influence of fixational instability on the development of thalamocortical connectivity. Neural Computation, 18, 569-590.
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Curio C., Breidt M., Kleiner M., Vuong Q.C., Bülthoff H.H., Giese M.A. (2006) Semantic 3D motion retargetting facial animation. ACM Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization (2006), Boston, MA, ACM press, 77-84.
Publication date: 2006
 
Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2006) Learning to discriminate complex movements: Natural vs. artificial trajectories. Journal of Vision, 6, 791-804.
Publication date: 2006
 
Leopold D.A., Bondar I.V., Giese M.A. (2006) Norm-based face encoding by single neurons in the monkey inferotemporal cortex. Nature 442, 572-575.
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Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2006) Unsupervised learning of spatio-temporal primitives of emotional gait. Perception and Interactive Technologies 2006, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 4021, Springer, New York, pp. 188-192.
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Omlor L., Roether C.L., Giese M.A. (2006) Learning and perceiving informative spatio-temporal components from emotional body expressions.  Journal of Vision 6, 795a
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Graf M., Reitzner B., Casile A., Prinz W., Giese M.A. (2006) Predicting point-light actions in real-time.  Journal of Vision 6, 793a.
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Omlor L., Giese M.A. (2006) Extraction of spatio-temporal primitives of emotional body expressions. Meeting of the Organization of Computational Neuroscience (CNS), Edinburgh, UK, in press.
Publication date: 2006
 
Omlor L., Giese M.A., Roether C.L. (2006) Unsupervised learning of perceptional important features in emotional body expressions. In: H.H. Bülthoff, K. Gegenfurtner, H.A. Mallot & R. Ulrich (eds.) Beiträge zur 9. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz. Kirchentellinsfurt: Knirsch.
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Omlor L., Giese M.A., Roether C.L. (2006) Extraction of spatio-temporal primitives from emotional gait patterns. 5th Forum of European Neurosciences (FENS), Vienna, Austria.
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Omlor L., Roether C.L., Giese M.A. (2006) Optimal Bayesian integration of components during the visual recognition of emotional body expressions. 6th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL, USA.
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Omlor L., Giese M.A., Roether C.L. (2006) Optimal bayesian integration of components during the visual recognition of emotional body expressions Journal of Vision 6, 1040a
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Omlor L., Roether C.L., Giese M.A. (2006) Optimal integration of movement components for the visual recognition of emotional body expressions. In: H.H. Bülthoff, K. Gegenfurtner, H.A. Mallot & R. Ulrich (eds.), TWK 2006, Beiträge zur 9. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz. Kirchentellinsfurt: Knirsch..
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2005
 
 
Casile A., Giese M.A. (2005) Critical features for the recognition of biological motion. Journal of Vision, 5, 348-360
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Curio C., Giese M.A. (2005) Combining view-based and model-based tracking of articulated human movements. I7th IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision / IEEE Workshop on Motion and Video Computing (WACV/MOTION  2005), 5-7 January 2005, Breckenridge, CO, USA, pp. 261-268.
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Giese M.A. (2005) Computational principles for the recognition of biological movements.  G. Knoblich, I.M. Thornton, M. Grosjean, M. Shiffrar (eds.): Perception of the Human Body from the Inside Out, pp. 323-359.
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Giese M.A., Leopold D.A. (2005) Physiologically inspired neural model for the encoding of face spaces. Neurocomputing 65-66, 93-101.
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Mezger J., Ilg W., Giese M.A. (2005) Trajectory synthesis by hierarchical spatio-temporal correspondence: comparison of different methods. ACM Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization 2005, A Coruña, Spain, August 26- 28, 2005, ACM press, pp. 25-32.
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Rucci M., Casile A. (2005) Fixational instability and natural image statistics: implications for early visual representations. Network, 16(2-3), 121-38
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Sigala R., Serre T., Poggio T., Giese M.A. (2005) Learning features of intermediate complexity for the recognition of biological motion. Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN 2005), Springer, Berlin, pp. 241-246.
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Casile A., Giese M.A. (2005) Possible influences of non-visual motor training on the perception of biological motion. 9th European Congress of Psychology, Granada, Spain - Invited Talk
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Graf M., Prinz W., Casile A., Giese M.A. (2005) Predicting point-light actions. In: Hommel B, Band G P H, Heij L W, Wolters G (eds) Proceedings of the 14th Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Leiden: European Society for Cognitive Psychology, 40.
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Ilg W., Golla H., Giese M.A. (2005) Velocity-dependent stability of gait for patients with balance impairments can be explained by biomechanical stabilization. XVIIth Conference of the International Society for Postural and Gait Research
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2005) Learning of biological motion: Combining fMRI and theoretical modeling. In: H.H. Bülthoff , H.A.Mallot, R. Ulrich, F.A. Wichmann (eds): Beiträge zur 8. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2005) Neural plasticity mechanisms for learning of biological motion. 5th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2005) Visual learning of complex movements: Investigation of neural plasticity mechanisms. Perception 34 Suppl.
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Roether C.L., Giese M.A. (2005) Integration of synergies in visual recognition of emotional human walking. 5th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society
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Roether C.L., Giese M.A. (2005) Recognizing emotions expressed in human walking: integration of synergies. In: H.H. Bülthoff , H.A.Mallot, R. Ulrich, F.A. Wichmann (eds): Beiträge zur 8. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt.
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Roether C.L., Giese M.A. (2005) Statistically optimal integration of synergies in the visual perception of emotion from gait. Perception 34 Suppl.
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Sarkheil P., Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2005) Categorization of complex dynamic patterns in the human brain. In: H.H. Bülthoff , H.A.Mallot, R. Ulrich, F.A. Wichmann (eds): Beiträge zur 8. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt.
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Sarkheil P., Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2005) Categorization of complex dynamic patterns in the human brain. 5th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society
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2004
 
 
Giese M.A. (2004) Neural model for biological movement recognition: A Neurophysiologically Plausible Theory Optic Flow and Beyond. Kluwer Academic Publihers, Dordrecht, NL, pp. 443-470.
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Ilg W., Bakir G.H., Mezger J., Giese M.A. (2004) On the representation, learning and transfer of spatio-temporal movement characteristics. International Journal of Humanoid Robotics, Vol 1, Number 4, pp 613-636.
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Jastorff J., Giese M.A. (2004) Time-dependent hebbian rules for the learning of templates for visual motion recognition. In Ilg U, Bülthoff HH, Mallot H (eds): Dynamic Perception; Infix, Berlin, 151-156.
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Rucci M., Casile A. (2004) Decorrelation of neural activity during fixational eye movements: Possible implications for the refinement of V1 receptive fields. Visual Neuroscience, 21(5):725-733.
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Golla H., Ilg W., Giese M.A., Thier P. (2004) Quantifizierung raum-zeitlicher Bewegungscharakteristiken fuer cerebellaer ataktischen Gang.  77. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurologie. Duesseldorf, Oktober 2004. POSTER AWARD of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurologie.
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Ilg W., Golla H., Thier P., Giese M.A. (2004) Quantification of Spatio-Temporal Characteristics of  Walking Trajectories of Cerebellat Patients. 13th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Movement Analysis in Adults and Children. Warschau, September, 2004. 
Publication date: 2004
 
Casile A., Giese M.A. (2004) Does non/visual motor training influence the recognition of biological motion? In: Bülthoff HH, Mallot HA, Ulrich R, Wichmann FA (eds): Beiträge zur 7. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 79.
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Wallraven C., Leopold D.A., Giese M.A., Sigala R. (2004) Neuerophysiologically inspired adaptive model for the encoding of face spaces. In: Kerzel D., Franz F, Gegenfurtner K (eds): Beiträge zur 46. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Pabst Science Publishers, Lengerich, Germany, 89.
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Wallraven C., Leopold D.A., Giese M.A., Sigala R. (2004) Physiologically inspired neural model for the prototype-referenced encoding of faces. Proceedings of the Vision Science Society (VSS). Sarasota, USA, May 2004, in press.
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Ilg W., Golla H., Wiestler T., Giese M.A., Thier P. (2004) Quantification of the spatio-temporal Characteristics of  Walking Trajectories of patients suffering from cerebellar disease . TWK. In: Bülthoff HH, Mallot HA, Ulrich R, Wichmann FA (eds): Beiträge zur 7. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz. Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt.
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Ilg W., Golla H., Wiestler T., Thier P., Giese M.A. (2004) To the Impact of the Cerebellum for inter-joint Coordination. Annual Meeting on Neural Movement Control. Sitges, Spain.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2004) Neural correlates of the learning of biological motion: An fMRI adaptation experiment. In: Bülthoff HH, Mallot HA, Ulrich R, Wichmann FA (eds): Beiträge zur 7. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2004) fMRI adaptation dissociates multiple areas involved in biological motion recognition. In Kerzel D, Franz V, Gegenfurtner K (eds): Beiträge zur 46. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen; Papst Science Publishers, Lengerich 126.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2004) Perceptual learning of novel biological movements in the human visual brain. 34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, United States.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2004) Funktionelle kernspintomographische Untersuchungen zur Grundlage des visuellen Lernens komplexer biologischer Bewegungen. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Klinische Neurophysiologie, Jena, Germany.
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Knappmeyer B., Bülthoff H.H., Giese M.A. (2004) Knappmeyer B K, Giese M A, Bülthoff H H (2004) Facial motion and the carivature effect. In: Kerzel D, Franz F, Gegenfurtner K (eds): Beiträge zur 46. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. Pabst Science Publishers, Lengerich, Germany, 141.
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Sigala R., Wallraven C., Giese M.A., Leopold D.A. (2004) Physiologically plausible model for the prototype-referenced encoding of faces. TWK. In: Bülthoff HH, Mallot HA, Ulrich R, Wichmann FA (eds): Beiträge zur 7. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz. Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 144.
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Rasmussen C.E., Bülthoff H.H., Giese M.A., Schölkopf B. (2004) 2004) (eds) Pattern Recognition. 26th DAGM Syposium, Tübingen, Germany, August 30 - September 1, 2004, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2781, Springer, Berlin, German
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2003
 
 
Casile A., Giese M.A. (2003) Roles of motion and form in biological motion recognition. O. Kaynak, E. Alpaydin, E. Oja, L. Xu (eds.) Artifical Networks and Neural Information Processing.  Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2714, pp. 854-862.
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Giese M.A. (2003) Learning recurrent neural models with minimal complexity. Neurocomputing 52–54, 277– 283.
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Poggio T., Giese M.A. (2003) Neural mechanisms for the recognition of biological movements and action. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 4, 179-192.
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Hock H.S., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (2003) The dynamical foundations of motion pattern formation: stability, selective adaptation, and perceptual continuity. Perception and Psychophysics 65, 429-457.
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Ilg W., Bakir G.H., Franz M.O., Giese M.A. (2003) Hierarchical Spatio-Temporal Morphable Models for Representation of complex movements for Imitation Learning. In Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Robotics, Coimbra, Juni 2003, pp 453-458
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Ilg W., Bakir G.H., Mezger J., Giese M.A. (2003) On the Representation, Learning and Transfer of Spatio-Temporal Movement Characteristics. In Proceedings of the 3th IEEE International Conference on Humanoid Robotics, Karlsruhe, Oktober 2003.
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Ilg W., Mezger J., Giese M.A. (2003) Estimation of Skill Levels in Sports based on Hierarchical Spatio-Temporal Correspondences. Ilg W, Mezger J, Giese M A (2003)
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Bakir G.H., Ilg W., Franz M.O., Giese M.A. (2003) Constraints measures and reproduction of style in robot imitation learning.TWK. In: Bülthoff HH, Gegenfurtner KR, Mallot H A, Ulrich R, Wichmann FA (eds): Beiträge zur 6. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 70.
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Casile A., Giese M.A. (2003) Motion and Form information in the recognition of point-light stimuli. In: Bülthoff HH, Gegenfurtner KR, Mallot HA, Ulrich R, Wichmann F A (eds): Beiträge zur 6. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 91. 
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Ilg W., Franz M.O., Bakir G.H., Giese M.A. (2003) Representation of Complex Movement Sequences based on Hierarchical Spatio-temporal Correspondence for Imitation Learning in Robotics. In: Bülthoff HH, Gegenfurtner KR, Mallot HA, Ulrich R, Wichmann FA (eds): Beiträge zur 6. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt.
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Thornton I.M., Edelman S., Giese M.A. (2003) Metric category spaces of biological motion. Journal of Vision 3, 83a.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2003) Learning of natural and synthetic biological motion. In: N. Elsner and H. Zimmermann (eds): Proceedings of the 5th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society; Thieme, Stuttgart, 627.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2003) Role of learning in biological motion recognition. Journal of Vision; 3, 84a.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2003) Learning of artificial biological motion: Comparison between natural and synthetic trajectories. In: Bülthoff HH, Gegenfurtner KR, Mallot HA, Ulrich R, Wichmann FA (eds): Beiträge zur 6. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 152.
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Knappmeyer B., Ilg W., Giese M.A. (2003) Spatio-temporal caricatures of facial motion. In: Bültho H H, Gegenfurtner K R, Mallot H A,
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Ulrich R., Wichmann F.A. (2003) Beiträge zur 6. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz; Knirsch, Kirchentellinsfurt, 153.
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Leopold D.A., Giese M.A., Logothetis N.K., Bondar I.V. (2003) Prototype-referenced encoding of faces in the monkey inferotemporal cortex. Society of Neuroscience, Poster no. 590.7.
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Giese M.A., Edelman S., Thornton I.M. (2003) Representing biological motion. Perception, 32 suppl.,
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2002
 
 
Ilg W., Golla H., Giese M.A., Thier P. (2002) Quantitative Movement Analysis based on Hierarchical Spatial Temporal Correspondence of Movement Primitives. 11th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Movement Analysis in Adults and Children. Leuven,
Publication date: September, 2002
 
Lappe M., Giese M.A. (2002) Measurement of generalization fields for the recognition of biological motion. Vision Researech, 38, 1847-1858.
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Xie X., Giese M.A. (2002) Exact solution of the nonlinear dynamics of recurrent neural mechanisms for direction selectivity. Neurocomputing,44-46(C): 417-422.
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Giese M.A. (2002) Learning recurrent neural models with minimal complexity from sparse neural data. NATO Workshop on Learning Theory and Practice, Leuven, July 2002. 
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Giese M.A. (2002) Prototypes of biological movements in brains and machines. Biologically motivated Computer Vision; Springer, Berlin 157-170.
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Giese M.A., Knappmeyer B., Bülthoff H.H. (2002) Automatic synthesis of sequences of human movements by linear combination of learned example patterns. Bülthoff H H, Lee S W, Poggio T, Wallraven C (eds.): Biologically motivated Computer Vision; Springer, Berlin 538-547.
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Ilg W., Giese M.A. (2002) Modeling of movement sequences based on hierarchical spatio-temporal correspondences of movement primitives. Bülthoff H H, Lee S W, Poggio T, Wallraven C (eds.): Biologically motivated Computer Vision; Springer, Berlin 528-537.
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Ilg W., Giese M.A. (2002) Modeling of movement sequences based on hierarchical spatial-temporal correspondences of movement primitives. In Würz RP, Lappe M (eds): Dynamic Perception; Infix, Berlin, 127-132.
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Giese M.A., Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z. (2002) Learning of the discrimination of artificial complex biological motion. Dynamic Perception; Infix, Berlin, 133-138.
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Xie X., Giese M.A. (2002) Nonlinear dynamics of direction-selective recurrent neural media. Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys. 65 (5 Pt 1):051904 (2002).
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Yu A.J., Poggio T., Giese M.A. (2002) Biophysiologically plausible implementations of maximum operation. Neural Computation, 14 (12) 2857-2881.
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Poggio T., Giese M.A. (2002) Neural mechanisms for the recognition of biological movements and actions AI Memo #AI Memo 2002-012/CBCL Paper #219. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
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Xie X., Giese M.A. (2002) Exact solution of the nonlinear dynamics of recurrent neural mechanisms for direction selectivity AI Memo AI Memo #AI Memo 2002-013/CBCL Paper #220. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
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Casile A., Giese M.A. (2002) Critical Features for biological Motion. 2nd Workshop on Biologically Motivated Computer Vision, Tübingen, Germany.
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Giese M.A. (2002) Biologische Bewegung definiert durch Bewegung 2. In: Baumann M, Keinath A, Krems J F (eds.):  Abstracts zur 44. tagung Experimentell Arbeitender Psychologen. TU Chenitz, March, 2002, 23. 
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2002) Learning of the discrimination of artificial complex biological motion. Perception; 31 Suppl. 117.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2002) Learning of artificial biological motion patterns. 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Orlando, United States.
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Vaina L.M., Giese M.A. (2002) Neuronal plausibles Modell für die Erkennung biologischer Bewegug. In: Bülthoff H H, Gegenfurtner K R, Mallot H P, Ulrich R:  Beiträge zur 5. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz. 110. 
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Ilg U., Churan J., Giese M.A. (2002) Biologische Bewegung definiert durch Bewegung 2. Ordnung. In: Bülthoff H H, Gegenfurtner K R, Mallot H P, Ulrich R:  Beiträge zur 5. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz. 121. 
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Jastorff J., Giese M.A. (2002) Neural model for the learning of biological motion. Perception; 31 Suppl.119.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2002) Role of learning in biological motion recognition. 2nd Workshop on Biologically Motivated Computer Vision, Tübingen, Germany.
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Jastorff J., Kourtzi Z., Giese M.A. (2002) Recognition of artificial complex biological motion generated by motion morphing. 5. Inderdisciplinary College 2002, Günne, Germany, March 2002.  POSTER AWARD.
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Vaina L.M., Giese M.A. (2002) Biological motion: why some motion-impaired stroke patients 'can' while others 'can't' recognize it ? A computational explanation.  Journal of Vision, 2, 332a.
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Giese M.A. (2002) Hierarchical neural model for the recognition of biological motion. Journal of Vision, 1(3).
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2001
 
 
Giese M.A., Gorinevski D.M., Mukovskiy A. (2001) Formation of pinheels of preferred orientation by learning sparse neural representations of natural images, Neurocomputing 44-46(C):549-553,
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Xie X., Giese M.A. (2001) Generating velocity tuning by asymmetric recurrent connections. In: T. G. Dietterich and S. Becker and Z. Ghahramani (eds): Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 14, MIT Press, Cambridge, USA.
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Yu A.J., Poggio T., Giese M.A. (2001) Biologically plausible neural circuits for realization of maximum operations. AI Memo #2001-022/CBCL Paper #207. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, AI Memo #2001-022/CBCL Paper #207. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
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Vaina L.M., Giese M.A. (2001) Pathways in the analysis of biological motion: computational model and fMRI results. Perception, 23 Suppl., 116.
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2000
 
 
Giese M.A., Poggio T. (2000) Morphable models for the analysis and synthesis of complex motion patterns. International Journal of Computer Vision,38(1), 59-73.
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Giese M.A. (2000) Neural field model for the recognition of biological motion. Second International ICSC Symposium on Neural Computation NC 2000, May 23-26, Berlin, Germany.
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Giese M.A. (2000) Neural Model for the Recognition of Biological Motion. In: Dynamische Perzeption 2, G. Baratoff and H. Neumann (eds.), Infix Verlag, Berlin, 105-110.
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Giese M.A., Poggio T. (2000) Quantification and Classification of Locomotion Patterns by Spatio-temporal Morphable Models. In: Third IEEE Workshop on Visual Surveillance, Dublin, Ireland, July 1, 2000.
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Giese M.A. (2000) Learning-based neural model for the recognition of biological motion patterns. Investigative Ophtalmology and Visual Sciences, 41.
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Lappe M., Giese M.A. (2000) Categorization of biological movement patterns. Investigative Ophtalmology and Visual Sciences, 41.
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Giese M.A. (2000) Learning-based neural model for the recognition of biological motion. Conference of the Federation of European Neuroscience Research. (in press). 
Publication date: 2000
 
Yu A.J., Poggio T., Giese M.A. (2000) Neural mechanisms for the realization of maximum operations. Conference of the Federation of European Neuroscience Research, Brighton, June, 2000.
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Yu A.J., Poggio T., Giese M.A. (2000) Neural circuits for the realization of maximum operation. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts, 26:1202.
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1999
 
 
Giese M.A. (1999) Evidence for Multi-functional Interactions in Early Visual Motion Processing, Trends in Neurosciences,  22, 287-290.
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Giese M.A. (1999) Quick work but variable quality. Nature, 401,13.
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Jancke D., Erlhagen W., Dinse H. R., Akhavan A.C., Steinhage A., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1999) Population representation of retinal position in cat primary visual cortex: interaction and dynamics. Journal of Neuroscience,19, 9016-9028.
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Poggio T., Giese M.A. (1999) Synthesis and Recognition of Biological Motion Patterns Based on Linear Superposition of Prototypical Motion Sequences. In:  Proceedings of the IEEE Workshop on Multi-View Modeling and Analysis of Visual Scene, Fort Collins, CO, June 21-23, 1999, 73-80.
Publication date: 1999
 
Dinse H. R., Jancke D., Akhavan A.C., Kalt T., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1999) Dynamic population representations of the visual and somatosensory cortex. Proceedings of the International Conference on Neural Information Processing 96. Springer, NY, pp.1285-1290. 
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Poggio T., Giese M.A. (1999) Recognition and synthesis of biological motion patterns by linear combination of prototypical motion patterns. In Elsner N, Eysel U (eds): Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1999. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 501.
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Giese M.A. (1999) Dynamic Neural Field Theory of Motion Perception. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherland
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1998
 
 
Zeki S., Bartels A. (1998) The asynchrony of consciousness. Proceedings of the Royal Society Vol. 265, p. 1583-1585.
Publication date: August, 1998
 
Massberg W., Weigt D., Steinhage A., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1998) Selbstorganisierende Fertigungssteuerung: Selbstorganisierendes Modell der Fertigungssteuerung auf der Basis neuronaler Dynamik. WT Werkstatt Technik, 7/8-98, 329-332.
Publication date: 1998
 
Giese M.A. (1998) Dynamic neural field model links neural and computational theories of motion perception. Workshop Dynamische Perzeption. Infix Verlag, St. Augustin, Germany. 
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Giese M.A. (1998) A Dynamic Neural Field Model for the Perception of Apparent Motion. Dissertationsschrift. Fakultat fur Elektrotechnik, Ruhr-Uni Bochum.
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Cubaleska B., Akhavan A.C., Jancke D., Dinse H. R., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1998) Separation of feed-forward and recurrent parts of cortical dynamics in cat area 17. In Elsner N, Wehner R (eds): Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1998. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 469
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Giese M.A. (1998) Effiziente Methode zur Implementierung dynamischer neuronaler Felder.  Patent 198 44 364.1,  Deutsches Patentamt, München.
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1997
 
 
Giese M.A. (1997) 'We' vs 'They' - the viewpoint of neuroinfomatics. International Textbook Research, 2, 145-149.
Publication date: 1997
 
Cubaleska B., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1997) Separation of feed-forward and recurrent parts of neural representations based on population techniques. In Elsner N, Wässle H (eds): Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1997. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 1017
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Schöner G., Hock H.S., Giese M.A. (1997) Neural field dynamics for the perceptual organization of motion. Investigative Ophtalmology and Visual Sciences, 38, S936 
Publication date: 1997
 
Schöner G., Hock H.S., Giese M.A. (1997) A neural field dynamics for motion perception. In Elsner N, Wässle H (eds): Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1997. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 1001
Publication date: 1997
 
Cubaleska B., Pagel M., Akhavan A.C., Jancke D., Dinse H. R., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1997) Identification of the neural dynamics of position representation in cat area 17. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts, 23, 2364
Publication date: 1997
 
Gorinevski D.M., Giese M.A. (1997) Sparse coding determines the dynamics of orientation map formation in cortical area V1. In Dinse H, Tsukada M (eds): Second International Bochum-Tamagawa Brain Forum 1997. Internal Report, Institut für Neuroinformatik, Bochum, 26 
Publication date: 1997
1996
 
 
Giese M.A., Dijkstra T.M.H., Schöner G., Gielen C.C.A.M. (1996) Identification of the nonlinear state-space dynamics of the action perception cycle for visually induced postural sway. Biol Cybern, 74: 427-437.
Publication date: February, 1996
 
Schöner G., Hock H.S., Giese M.A. (1996) The dynamics of the perceptual organization in apparent motion. In Kappen B, Gielen, S (eds): Neural Networks: Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Applications. Springer, Berlin: 165-168.
Publication date: 1996
 
Schöner G., Hock H.S., Giese M.A. (1996) Neural field dynamics for motion perception. In von der Malsburg C, von Seelen W, Vorbrüggen J C, Sendhoff B: Artificial Neural networks - ICANN 96. Springer, Berlin: 335-340.
Publication date: 1996
 
Jancke D., Akhavan A.C., Erlhagen W., Steinhage A., Schöner G., Dinse H. R., Giese M.A. (1996) Population coding in cat visual cortex reveals nonlinear interaction as predicted by a neural field model. In von der Malsburg C, von Seelen W, Vorbrüggen J C, Sendhoff B: Artificial Neural networks - ICANN 96.} Springer, Berlin: 641-648.
Publication date: 1996
 
Neven H., Steinhage A., Bruckhoff C., Giese M.A. (1996) Dynamical systems for vision-based autonomous mobile robots. In: Maes P, Mataric M, Meyer M A, Pollack J, Wilson S W (eds): From animals to Animats 4: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptative Behavior, Cambridge MA. The MIT Press/Bradford Books, Cambridge MA.
Publication date: 1996
 
Schöner G., Hock H.S., Giese M.A. (1996) A dynamic neural field model for the perceptual organization of apparent motion. Investigative Ophtalmology and Visual Sciences, 37, S745 
Publication date: 1996
 
Schöner G., Hock H.S., Giese M.A. (1996) A neural field model for the perceptual organization of apparent motion. In Elsner N, Schnitzler H U (eds): Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1996. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 431 
Publication date: 1996
 
Akhavan A.C., Jancke D., Erlhagen W., Steinhage A., Schöner G., Dinse H. R., Giese M.A. (1996) Population coding in visual cortex reveals nonlinear suppressive interactions as predicted by a neural field model. In Elsner N, Schnitzler H U: Göttingen Neurobiology Report 1996. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 400
Publication date: 1996
 
Dijkstra T.M.H., Schöner G., Gielen C.C.A.M., Giese M.A. (1996) Dynamic influence of a moving visual stimulus on posture. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts, 22,1700
Publication date: 1996
 
Dijkstra T.M.H., Schöner G., Gielen C.C.A.M., Giese M.A. (1996) Identification of the state space dynamics of visually induced posural sway provides evidence for active sway generation. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts, 22, 1700 
Publication date: 1996
 
Dinse H. R., Jancke D., Akhavan A.C., Kalt T., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1996) Dynamic population representations of visual and somatosensory cortex. In Amari S, Xu L, Chan L, King I, Leung K (eds): Proceedings of the International Conference on Neural Information Processing 96. Springer, New York, 1285-1290 
Publication date: 1996
1995
 
 
Dijkstra T.M.H., Schöner G., Gielen C.C.A.M., Giese M.A. (1995) Dynamical modeling of the influence of vision on postural control. Symposium on the Head/Neck System, Vail CO
Publication date: 1995
 
Akhavan A.C., Jancke D., Erlhagen W., Steinhage A., Schöner G., Dinse H. R., Giese M.A. (1995) Population representations in cat visual cortex: Position-dependence of Orientation Selectivity. In Elsner N, Menzel R (eds): Learning and Memory. Proceedings of the 23rd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, 464 
Publication date: 1995
 
Akhavan A.C., Erlhagen W., Jancke D., Steinhage A., Dinse H. R., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1995) Optimal population codes for a functional analysis of visual cortex dynamics. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts, 21, 1651
Publication date: 1995
 
Dijkstra T.M.H., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1995) Dynamik des an visuelle Information gekoppelten Bewegungsverhaltens. In: 37. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Münster. 
Publication date: 1995
 
Erlhagen W., Akhavan A.C., Jancke D., Steinhage A., Dinse H. R., Schöner G., Giese M.A. (1995) Receptive-field based population codes and their limitations in presence of cooperativity. In Elsner N, Menzel R (eds): Learning and Memory. Proceedings of the 23rd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart: 465. 
Publication date: 1995
1994
 
 
Dijkstra T.M.H., Schöner G., Gielen C.C.A.M., Giese M.A. (1994) Frequency dependence of the action-perception cycle for postural control in a moving visual environment: relative phase dynamics. Frequency dependence of the action-perception cycle for postural control in a moving visual environment: relative phase dynamics. Biol Cybern,71: 489-501.
Publication date: 1994
1993
 
 
Giese M.A. (1993) Diploma Thesis: Dynamik der viso-motorischen Koordination beim Moving-Room-Paradigma Masters Thesis, 1993 (German version only)
Publication date: 1993
1992
 
 
Dijkstra T.M.H., Schöner G., Argante E., Gielen C.C.A.M., Giese M.A. (1992) Temporal stability of the action-perception cycle during postural control in a moving visual environment. In Richter D, Elsner N (eds): Rhythmogenesis in neurons and networks. Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart: 160
Publication date: 1992
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