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Doppelmayr, M, Sauseng, P, Doppelmayr, H and Mausz, I (2011) Changes in human alpha EEG during extended physical activity Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments.

Holz, EM, Doppelmayr, M, Klimesch, W and Sauseng, P (2008) EEG Correlates of Action Observation in Humans BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY, 21 (2). pp. 93-99.

Sauseng, P, Klimesch, W, Gruber, WR, Hanslmayr, S, Frelinberger, R and Doppelmayr, M (2007) Are event-related potential components generated by phase resetting of 1435 brain oscillations? A critical discussion NEUROSCIENCE, 146 (4). pp. 1435-1444.

Klimesch, W, Hanslmayr, S, Sauseng, P, Gruber, WR and Doppelmayr, M (2007) P1 and traveling alpha waves: Evidence for evoked oscillations JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, 97 (2). pp. 1311-1318.

Hanslmayr, S, Klimesch, W, Sauseng, P, Gruber, W, Doppelmayr, M, Freunberger, R, Pecherstorfer, T and Birbaumer, N (2007) Alpha phase reset contributes to the generation of ERPs CEREBRAL CORTEX, 17 (1). pp. 1-8.

Sauseng, P, Klimesch, W, Freunberger, R, Pecherstorfer, T, Hanslmayr, S and Doppelmayr, M (2006) Relevance of EEG alpha and theta oscillations during task switching EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 170 (3). pp. 295-301.

Klimesch, W, Hanslmayr, S, Sauseng, P, Gruber, W, Brozinsky, CJ, Kroll, NEA, Yonelinas, AP and Doppelmayr, M (2006) Oscillatory EEG correlates of episodic trace decay CEREBRAL CORTEX, 16 (2). pp. 280-290.

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