Universitätsklinik für Neurologie

Publikationen

Lang W, Zilch O, Koska C, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1989) Negative cortical DC shifts preceding and accompanying simple and complex sequential movements. Exp Brain Res 74: 99-104

Uhl F, Goldenberg G, Lang W, Lindinger G, Steiner M, Deecke L (1989) Cerebral correlates of imagining faces, colours and spatial maps II. Negative cortical DC- potentials. Neuropsychologia 28: 81-93

Lang W, Obrig H, Lindinger G, Cheyne D, Deecke L (1990) Supplementary motor area activation while tapping bimanually different rhythms in musicians. Exp Brain Res 79: 504-514

Uhl F, Lang W, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1990) Elaborative strategies in word pair learning - DC-potential correlates of differential frontal and temporal lobe involvement. Neuropsychologia 28: 707-717

Uhl F, Franzen P, Serles W, Lang W, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1990) Orbitofrontal cortex and the effect of proactive interference in cognitive learning- neurophysiological evidence from normal adults. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 2: 373-382              

Kristeva R, Cheyne D, Lang W, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1990) Movement-related potentials accompanying unilateral and bilateral finger movements with different inertial loads. Electroencephal Clin Neurophysiol 75: 410-418                   

Lindinger, G (1990) Cortical DC-potential shifts: Method of  computer aided acquisition and processing in neurology. Thesis on the Technical University of Vienna

Lindinger, G, Svasek, P, Lang, W, Deecke, L (1991) PC-supported  64-channel DC-EEG amplifier. In: Adlassnig KP, Grabner G, Bengtsson S, Hansen R (Eds) Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics. Springer Verlag, 1005-1009

Lang W, Cheyne D, Kristeva R, Beisteiner R, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1991) Three-dimensional localization of SMA activity preceding voluntary movement - A study of electric and magnetic fields in a patient with infarction of the right supplementary motor area. Exp Brain Res, 87: 688-695

Uhl F, Franzen P, Lindinger G, Lang W, Deecke L (1991) On the functionality of the visually deprived occipital cortex in early blind persons. Neuroscience Letters 124: 256-259

Asenbaum S, Lang W, Eghker A, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1991) Frontal DC-potentials in auditory selective attention. Electroencephal and Clin Neurophysiol, 82: 469-476

Lang W, Starr A, Lang V, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1992) Cortical DC-potential shifts accompanying auditory and visual short term memory. Electroencephal and Clin Neurophysiol, 82: 285-295

Lang W, Beisteiner R, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1992) Changes of cortical activity when executing learned motor sequences. Exp Brain Res, 89: 435-440      

Morgan JM, Wenzl M, Lang W, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1992) Frontocentral DC-potential shifts predicting behavior with or without a motor task. Electroencephal and Clin Neurophysiol, 83: 378-388

Beisteiner R, Altenmüller E, Lang W, Lindinger G, Deecke L (1994) Musicians processing music: measurement of brain potentials with EEG. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 6: 311-327

Lang W, Höllinger P, Eghker A, Lindinger G (1994) Functional localization of motor processes in the primary and supplementary  motor areas. J Clin Neurophysiol 11: 397-419

Uhl F, Kretschmer T, Lindinger G, Goldenberg G, Lang W, Oder W, Deecke L (1994) Tactile mental imagery in sighted persons and in patients suffering from peripheral blindness early in life. Electroenceph and Clin Neurophysiol 91: 249-255                   

Beisteiner R, Höllinger P, Lindinger G, Lang W, Berthoz A (1995) Mental representations of movements - Brain potentials associated with imagination of hand movements. Electroencephal and Clin Neurophysiol 96: 183-193             

Beisteiner R, Hutter D, Edward V, Koch G, Franzen P, Eghker A, Lindinger G, Baumgartner Ch, Lang W (1996) Brain potentials with old/new distinction of words and geometric figures. Electroenceph and Clin Neurophysiol 99: 517-526.              

Lang W, Cheyne D, Höllinger P, Gerschlager W, Lindinger G (1996) Electric and magnetic fields of the brain associated with internal simulation of movements. Cogn Brain Res 3: 125-129

Uhl F, Kornhuber AW, Wartberger P, Lindinger G, Lang W, Deecke L (1996) Supplementary motor area in spatial coordination of bilateral movements: a new aspect to „the SMA debate“?  Electroenceph and Clin Neurophysiol 101: 469-477                     

Cui RQ, Hutter D, Lang W, Lindinger G, Beisteiner R, Deecke L (1996) Multichannel DC current source density mapping of the Bereitschaftspotential in the supplementary and primary motor area preceding differently loaded movements. Brain Topography 9: 83-94.

Ebenbichler G, Uhl F, Lang W, Lindinger G, Egkher A, Deecke L (1997) Cortical DC potential shifts accompanying the central processing of visually presented analogue and digital time displays. Neuropsychologia 35: 349-357

Lalouschek W, Goldenberg G, Beisteiner R, Marterer A, Lindinger G, Lang W  (1997) Brain/behaviour dissociation on old/new distinction in a patient with amnestic syndrome. Electroencephal and Clin Neurophysiol, 104: 222-227    

Gerschlager W, Lalouschek W, Lindinger G, Baumgartner C, Lang W (1998) Language-related hemispheric asymmetry in healthy subjects and in patients with unilateral temporal lobe epilepsy. Electroencephal and Clin Neurophysiology, 108: 274-282 

Dirnberger G, Fickel U, Lindinger G, Jahanshahi M, Lang W (1998) The effects of mode of movement selection : Movement related cortical potentials prior to random-choice and repetitive movements. Exp Brain Res 120: 263-272.

Lalouschek W, Gerschlager W, Lehrner J, Baumgartner C, Lindinger G, Deecke L, Lang W (1998) Event-related potentials in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy reveal topography specific lateralization in relation to the side of the epileptic focus. Electroencephal and Clin Neurophysiol 108: 567-576           

Endl W, Walla P, Lindinger G, Lalouschek W, Barth FG, Deecke L, Lang W (1998) Early cortical activation indicates preparation for retrieval of memory for faces: an event-related potential study. Neuroscience Letters 1998, 240: 58-60

Höllinger P, Beisteiner R, Lang W, Lindinger G, Berthoz A (1999) Mental representations of movements. Brain potentials associated with imagination of eye movements. Clinical Neurophysiology 110: 799-805

Endl W, Walla P, Lindinger G, Deecke L, Lang W (1999) Event-related potential correlates of false recognition of faces. Neuroscience Letters

Walla P, Endl W, Lindinger G, Lalouschek W,  Deecke L, Lang W (1999) Early occipito-parietal activity in a word recognition task: an EEG and MEG study. Clinical Neurophysiology 110: 1-10

Gerschlager W, Alesch F, Cunnington R, Deecke, Dirnberger G, Endl W, Lindinger G, Lang W (1999) Bilateral subthalamic nucleus stimulation improves frontal cortex function in Parkinson’s disease: An electrophysiological study of the contingent negative variation. Brain 122: 2365-73.   (IF 7,374)

Walla P, Endl W, Lindinger G, Deecke L, Lang W (2000) False recognition in a verbal memory task: An event-related potential study. Cognitive Brain Research 9: 41-44.

Dirnberger G, Lalouschek W, Lindinger G, Egkher A, Deecke L, Lang W (2000) Reduced activation of midline frontal areas in human elderly subjects: a contingent negative variation study. Neuroscience Letters 280: 61-64.

Dirnberger G, Reumann M, Endl W, Lindinger G, Lang W, Rothwell JC (2000) Dissociation of motor preparation from memory and attentional processes using movement-related cortical potentials. Exp Brain res 135:231-240.

Amorim M-A, Lang W, Lindinger G, Mayer D, Deecke L, Berthoz A (2000) Modulation of spatial orientation by mental imagery instructions: An MEG study of representational momentum. J Cognitive Neuroscience, 12: 569-582

Cui RQ, Egkher A, Hutter D, Lang W, Lindinger G, Deecke L (2000) High resolution spatio-temporal analysis of the contingent negative variation in simple or complex motor tasks and a non-motor task. Clin Neurophysiol 111: 1847-1859.

Cui RQ, Huter D, Egkher A, Lang W, Lindinger G, Deecke L (2000) High resolution DC EEG mapping of the Bereitschaftspotential preceding simple or complex bimanual sequential finger movement. Exp. Brain Res. 134: 49-57

Gerschlager W, Beisteiner R, Deecke L, Dirnberger G, Endl W, Kolleger H, Lindinger G, Vass K, Lang W (2000) Electrophysiological, neuropsychological, and clinical data in patients with multiple sclerosis receiving interferon ß-1b: a 1-year follow-up. European Neurology 44: 205-209

Walla P, Hufnagl B, Lindinger G, Imhof H, Deecke L, Lang W (2001) Left temporal and temporoparietal brain activity depends on depth of word processing: a magnetoencephalographic (MEG) study in healthy young subjects. Neuroimage 13: 402-409.

Walla P, Hufnagl B, Lindinger B, Deecke L, Imhof H, Lang W (2001) False recognition depends on depth of prior word processing: a magnetoencephalographic (MEG) study. Cognitive Brain Research 11: 249-257.

Walla P, Hufnagl B, Lindinger G, Deecke L, Lang W (2001) Physiological evidence of gender differences in word recognition: a magnetoencephalographic (MEG) study. Cognitive Brain Research 12: 49-54.

Dirnberger G, Kunaver CE, Scholze T, Lindinger G, Lang W (2002) The effects of alteration of effector and side of movement on movement-related cortical potentials. Clinical Neurophysiology 113: 254-264.

Walla P, Hufnagl B, Lehrner J, Mayer D, Lindinger G, Imhof H, Deecke L, Lang W (2002) Simultaneous visual and olfactory stimulation in humans: a magnetoencephalographical (MEG) study about olfaction and verbal encoding. Cognitive Brain Research, in press

Walla P, Hufnagl B, Lehrner J, Mayer D, Lindinger G, Deecke L, Lang W (2002) Evidence of conscious and subconscious olfactory information processing during word encoding: a magnetoencephalographic (MEG) study. Brain Research, in press.

Walla, P., Hufnagl, B., Lehrner, J., Mayer, D., Lindinger, G., Imhof, H.,  Deecke, L., and Lang, W. (2002). Olfaction and depth of word processing:  a magnetoencephalographic (MEG) study. Neuroimage, accepted

Dirnberger G, Greiner K, Duregger C, Endl W, Lindinger G, Lang W (2002) The effects of alteration of effector and side of movement on the contingent negative variation. Clinical Neurophysiology, in press