Michael Scherg

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Publications by Michael Scherg 1-10

1. Rosenzweig, I., et al., Beyond the double banana: improved recognition of temporal lobe seizures in long-term EEG. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2014. 31(1): p. 1-9.

2. Kovac, S., et al., Ictal EEG source imaging in frontal lobe epilepsy leads to improved lateralization compared with visual analysis. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2014. 31(1): p. 10-20.

3. He, B.J., et al., Abstracts of Presentations at the International Conference on Basic and Clinical Multimodal Imaging (BaCI), a Joint Conference of the International Society for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry (ISNIP), the International Society for Functional Source Imaging (ISFSI), the International Society for Bioelectromagnetism (ISBEM), the International Society for Brain Electromagnetic Topography (ISBET), and the EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society (ECNS), in Geneva, Switzerland, September 5-8, 2013. Clin EEG Neurosci, 2013.

4. Scherg, M., et al., Fast evaluation of interictal spikes in long-term EEG by hyper-clustering. Epilepsia, 2012. 53(7): p. 1196-204.

5. Bachmann, S., et al., MEG does not reveal impaired sensory gating in first-episode schizophrenia. Schizophr Res, 2010. 121(1-3): p. 131-8.

6. Modur, P.N. and M. Scherg, Intracranial broadband EEG analysis and surgical outcome: case report. Clin Neurophysiol, 2009. 120(6): p. 1220-4.

7. Siniatchkin, M., et al., Spatial filters and automated spike detection based on brain topographies improve sensitivity of EEG-fMRI studies in focal epilepsy. Neuroimage, 2007. 37(3): p. 834-43.

8. Litvak, V., et al., Artifact correction and source analysis of early electroencephalographic responses evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation over primary motor cortex. Neuroimage, 2007. 37(1): p. 56-70.

9. Gutschalk, A., et al., The effect of temporal context on the sustained pitch response in human auditory cortex. Cereb Cortex, 2007. 17(3): p. 552-61.

10. Boor, R., et al., Combined spike-related functional MRI and multiple source analysis in the non-invasive spike localization of benign rolandic epilepsy. Clin Neurophysiol, 2007. 118(4): p. 901-9.

Publications by Michael Scherg 11-21

11. Ramantani, G., et al., MEG versus EEG: influence of background activity on interictal spike detection. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2006. 23(6): p. 498-508.

12. Bledowski, C., et al., Mental chronometry of working memory retrieval: a combined functional magnetic resonance imaging and event-related potentials approach. J Neurosci, 2006. 26(3): p. 821-9.

13. Bast, T., et al., Noninvasive source localization of interictal EEG spikes: effects of signal-to-noise ratio and averaging. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2006. 23(6): p. 487-97.

14. Stancak, A., et al., EEG source analysis and fMRI reveal two electrical sources in the fronto-parietal operculum during subepidermal finger stimulation. Neuroimage, 2005. 25(1): p. 8-20.

15. Schneider, P., et al., Structural and functional asymmetry of lateral Heschl’s gyrus reflects pitch perception preference. Nat Neurosci, 2005. 8(9): p. 1241-7.

16. Gutschalk, A., et al., Neuromagnetic correlates of streaming in human auditory cortex. J Neurosci, 2005. 25(22): p. 5382-8.

17. Bast, T., et al., Source analysis of interictal spikes in polymicrogyria: loss of relevant cortical fissures requires simultaneous EEG to avoid MEG misinterpretation. Neuroimage, 2005. 25(4): p. 1232-41.

18. Rupp, A., et al., Middle latency auditory-evoked fields reflect psychoacoustic gap detection thresholds in human listeners. J Neurophysiol, 2004. 92(4): p. 2239-47.

19. Hoechstetter, K., et al., BESA source coherence: a new method to study cortical oscillatory coupling. Brain Topogr, 2004. 16(4): p. 233-8.

20. Gutschalk, A., et al., Recovery and refractoriness of auditory evoked fields after gaps in click trains. Eur J Neurosci, 2004. 20(11): p. 3141-7.

Publications by Michael Scherg 21-30

21. Gutschalk, A., et al., Temporal dynamics of pitch in human auditory cortex. Neuroimage, 2004. 22(2): p. 755-66.

22. Frishkoff, G.A., et al., Frontal and posterior sources of event-related potentials in semantic comprehension. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 2004. 20(3): p. 329-54.

23. Bledowski, C., et al., Localizing P300 generators in visual target and distractor processing: a combined event-related potential and functional magnetic resonance imaging study. J Neurosci, 2004. 24(42): p. 9353-60.

24. Bast, T., et al., EEG and MEG source analysis of single and averaged interictal spikes reveals intrinsic epileptogenicity in focal cortical dysplasia. Epilepsia, 2004. 45(6): p. 621-31.

25. Towle, V.L., et al., Noninvasive identification of human central sulcus: a comparison of gyral morphology, functional MRI, dipole localization, and direct cortical mapping. Neuroimage, 2003. 19(3): p. 684-97.

26. Stancak, A., et al., Source activity in the human secondary somatosensory cortex depends on the size of corpus callosum. Brain Res, 2002. 936(1-2): p. 47-57.

27. Schneider, P., et al., Morphology of Heschl’s gyrus reflects enhanced activation in the auditory cortex of musicians. Nat Neurosci, 2002. 5(7): p. 688-94.

28. Scherg, M., et al., Advanced tools for digital EEG review: virtual source montages, whole-head mapping, correlation, and phase analysis. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2002. 19(2): p. 91-112.

29. Rupp, A., et al., The representation of peripheral neural activity in the middle-latency evoked field of primary auditory cortex in humans(1). Hear Res, 2002. 174(1-2): p. 19-31.

30. Rupp, A., et al., Temporal resolution of the human primary auditory cortex in gap detection. Neuroreport, 2002. 13(17): p. 2203-7.

Publications by Michael Scherg 31-40

31. Ille, N., P. Berg, and M. Scherg, Artifact correction of the ongoing EEG using spatial filters based on artifact and brain signal topographies. J Clin Neurophysiol, 2002. 19(2): p. 113-24.

32. Hoechstetter, K., et al., Psychogenic sensory loss: magnetic source imaging reveals normal tactile evoked activity of the human primary and secondary somatosensory cortex. Neurosci Lett, 2002. 323(2): p. 137-40.

33. Herdman, A.T., et al., Intracerebral sources of human auditory steady-state responses. Brain Topogr, 2002. 15(2): p. 69-86.

34. Gutschalk, A., et al., Sustained magnetic fields reveal separate sites for sound level and temporal regularity in human auditory cortex. Neuroimage, 2002. 15(1): p. 207-16.

35. Weisser, R., et al., Is frontal lobe involved in the generation of auditory evoked P50? Neuroreport, 2001. 12(15): p. 3303-7.

36. Hoechstetter, K., et al., Interaction of tactile input in the human primary and secondary somatosensory cortex–a magnetoencephalographic study. Neuroimage, 2001. 14(3): p. 759-67.

37. Rupp, A., et al., Fast temporal interactions in human auditory cortex. Neuroreport, 2000. 11(17): p. 3731-6.

38. Picton, T.W., et al., The correction of ocular artifacts: a topographic perspective. Clin Neurophysiol, 2000. 111(1): p. 53-65.

39. Hoechstetter, K., et al., Magnetic source imaging of tactile input shows task-independent attention effects in SII. Neuroreport, 2000. 11(11): p. 2461-5.

40. Wang, Y., P. Berg, and M. Scherg, Common spatial subspace decomposition applied to analysis of brain responses under multiple task conditions: a simulation study. Clin Neurophysiol, 1999. 110(4): p. 604-14.

Publications by Michael Scherg 41-50

41. Scherg, M., T. Bast, and P. Berg, Multiple source analysis of interictal spikes: goals, requirements, and clinical value. J Clin Neurophysiol, 1999. 16(3): p. 214-24.

42. Picton, T.W., et al., Intracerebral sources of human auditory-evoked potentials. Audiol Neurootol, 1999. 4(2): p. 64-79.

43. Gobbele, R., et al., Stability of high-frequency (600 Hz) components in human somatosensory evoked potentials under variation of stimulus rate–evidence for a thalamic origin. Clin Neurophysiol, 1999. 110(9): p. 1659-63.

44. Buchner, H., et al., Sustained attention modulates the immediate effect of de-afferentation on the cortical representation of the digits: source localization of somatosensory evoked potentials in humans. Neurosci Lett, 1999. 260(1): p. 57-60.

45. Berg, P., et al., Source modelling of the EEG and MEG oddball response in a subject with a large P300. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl, 1999. 49: p. 189-93.

46. Kiefer, M., et al., The time course of brain activations during response inhibition: evidence from event-related potentials in a go/no go task. Neuroreport, 1998. 9(4): p. 765-70.

47. Vogel, D., M. Scherg, and H. Dickhaus, [Reproducing system-related MEG coordinates on a 3D reconstructed MRI data display]. Biomed Tech (Berl), 1997. 42 Suppl: p. 183-4.

48. Curio, G., et al., Somatotopic source arrangement of 600 Hz oscillatory magnetic fields at the human primary somatosensory hand cortex. Neurosci Lett, 1997. 234(2-3): p. 131-4.

49. Scherg, M. and P. Berg, New concepts of brain source imaging and localization. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl, 1996. 46: p. 127-37.

50. Maiste, A.C., et al., Event-related potentials and the categorical perception of speech sounds. Ear Hear, 1995. 16(1): p. 68-90.

Publications by Michael Scherg 51-60

51. Buchner, H., et al., Somatotopy of human hand somatosensory cortex revealed by dipole source analysis of early somatosensory evoked potentials and 3D-NMR tomography. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1995. 96(2): p. 121-34.

52. Scherg, M. and J.S. Ebersole, Brain source imaging of focal and multifocal epileptiform EEG activity. Neurophysiol Clin, 1994. 24(1): p. 51-60.

53. Scherg, M., From EEG source localization to source imaging. Acta Neurol Scand Suppl, 1994. 152: p. 29-30.

54. Heinze, H.J., et al., Combined spatial and temporal imaging of brain activity during visual selective attention in humans. Nature, 1994. 372(6506): p. 543-6.

55. Buchner, H., et al., Preoperative localization of the central sulcus by dipole source analysis of early somatosensory evoked potentials and three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging. J Neurosurg, 1994. 80(5): p. 849-56.

56. Berg, P. and M. Scherg, A fast method for forward computation of multiple-shell spherical head models. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1994. 90(1): p. 58-64.

57. Berg, P. and M. Scherg, A multiple source approach to the correction of eye artifacts. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1994. 90(3): p. 229-41.

58. Scherg, M. and J.S. Ebersole, Models of brain sources. Brain Topogr, 1993. 5(4): p. 419-23.

59. Scherg, M. and H. Buchner, Somatosensory evoked potentials and magnetic fields: separation of multiple source activities. Physiol Meas, 1993. 14 Suppl 4A: p. A35-9.

60. Probst, T., et al., Identification of the visual motion area (area V5) in the human brain by dipole source analysis. Exp Brain Res, 1993. 93(2): p. 345-51.

Publications by Michael Scherg 61-70

61. Plendl, H., et al., The time course and location of cerebral evoked activity associated with the processing of colour stimuli in man. Neurosci Lett, 1993. 150(1): p. 9-12.

62. Lins, O.G., et al., Ocular artifacts in recording EEGs and event-related potentials. II: Source dipoles and source components. Brain Topogr, 1993. 6(1): p. 65-78.

63. Botzel, K., et al., Bereitschaftspotential: is there a contribution of the supplementary motor area? Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1993. 89(3): p. 187-96.

64. Scherg, M., Functional imaging and localization of electromagnetic brain activity. Brain Topogr, 1992. 5(2): p. 103-11.

65. Heuser-Link, M., et al., Eyeblinks evoke potentials in the occipital brain region. Neurosci Lett, 1992. 143(1-2): p. 31-4.

66. Scherg, M. and T.W. Picton, Separation and identification of event-related potential components by brain electric source analysis. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Suppl, 1991. 42: p. 24-37.

67. Scherg, M. and P. Berg, Use of prior knowledge in brain electromagnetic source analysis. Brain Topogr, 1991. 4(2): p. 143-50.

68. Buchner, H. and M. Scherg, [Analysis of the generators of early cortical somatosensory evoked potentials (N. medianus) using dipole source analysis: initial results]. EEG EMG Z Elektroenzephalogr Elektromyogr Verwandte Geb, 1991. 22(2): p. 62-9.

69. Berg, P. and M. Scherg, Dipole modelling of eye activity and its application to the removal of eye artefacts from the EEG and MEG. Clin Phys Physiol Meas, 1991. 12 Suppl A: p. 49-54.

Publications by Michael Scherg 71-80

70. Scherg, M., J. Vajsar, and T.W. Picton, A source analysis of the late human auditory evoked potentials. J Cogn Neurosci, 1989. 1(4): p. 336-55.

71. Blaettner, U., M. Scherg, and D. von Cramon, Diagnosis of unilateral telencephalic hearing disorders. Evaluation of a simple psychoacoustic pattern discrimination test. Brain, 1989. 112 ( Pt 1): p. 177-95.

72. Curio, G., F. Oppel, and M. Scherg, Peripheral origin of BAEP wave II in a case with unilateral pontine pathology: a comparison of intracranial and scalp records. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1987. 66(1): p. 29-33.

73. Scherg, M. and D. von Cramon, Psychoacoustic and electrophysiologic correlates of central hearing disorders in man. Eur Arch Psychiatry Neurol Sci, 1986. 236(1): p. 56-60.

74. Scherg, M. and D. Von Cramon, Evoked dipole source potentials of the human auditory cortex. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1986. 65(5): p. 344-60.

75. Elton, M. and M. Scherg, P3b peak latency dependency on the point of information delivery within a stimulus. Int J Neurosci, 1986. 29(1-2): p. 57-63.

76. Scherg, M. and D. Von Cramon, Two bilateral sources of the late AEP as identified by a spatio-temporal dipole model. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1985. 62(1): p. 32-44.

77. Scherg, M. and D. von Cramon, A new interpretation of the generators of BAEP waves I-V: results of a spatio-temporal dipole model. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1985. 62(4): p. 290-9.

78. Scherg, M., D. von Cramon, and M. Elton, Brain-stem auditory-evoked potentials in post-comatose patients after severe closed head trauma. J Neurol, 1984. 231(1): p. 1-5.

79. Scherg, M., Spatio-temporal modelling of early auditory evoked potentials. Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol (Bord), 1984. 105(2 Suppl): p. 163-70.

80. Elton, M., M. Scherg, and D. Von Cramon, Effects of high-pass filter frequency and slope on BAEP amplitude, latency and wave form. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1984. 57(5): p. 490-4.

Publications by Michael Scherg 81-89

81. Scherg, M. and S.A. Volk, Frequency specificity of simultaneously recorded early and middle latency auditory evoked potentials. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1983. 56(5): p. 443-52.

82. Scherg, M. and E.W. Speulda, Brainstem auditory evoked potentials in the neurologic clinic: improved stimulation and analysis methods. Adv Neurol, 1982. 32: p. 211-8.

83. Scherg, M., Distortion of the middle latency auditory response produced by analog filtering. Scand Audiol, 1982. 11(1): p. 57-60.

84. Scherg, M., Simultaneous recording and separation of early and middle latency auditory evoked potentials. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 1982. 54(3): p. 339-41.

85. Ebner, A., M. Scherg, and H. Dietl, [Brainstem auditory evoked potentials applied to clinical neurology (author’s transl)]. EEG EMG Z Elektroenzephalogr Elektromyogr Verwandte Geb, 1980. 11(4): p. 205-10.

86. Scherg, M. and R.D. Brinkmann, Least-square-fit technique applied to the frequency following potential: a method to determine components, latencies and amplitudes. Scand Audiol Suppl, 1979(9): p. 197-203.

87. Scherg, M., Cochlear and brainstem evoked potentials: quantitative determination of hearing impairment in children. Scand Audiol Suppl, 1979. 11: p. 135-44.

88. Brinkmann, R.D. and M. Scherg, Latency determination of the human auditory on- and off- potentials of the brainstem. Influence of stimulus envelope characteristics. Scand Audiol Suppl, 1979(9): p. 189-96.

89. Brinkmann, R.D. and M. Scherg, Human auditory on- and off-potentials of the brainstem. Scand Audiol, 1979. 8(1): p. 27-32.