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Kranczioch, C, Zich, C, Schierholz, I and Sterr, A (2013) Mobile EEG and its potential to promote the theory and application of imagery-based motor rehabilitation. Int J Psychophysiol.

Kranczioch, C, Mathews, S, Dean, PJA and Sterr, A (2010) Task complexity differentially affects executed and imagined movement preparation: evidence from movement-related potentials. PLoS ONE, 5 (2).

Sterr, A, Shen, S, Kranczioch, C, Szameitat, AJ, Hou, W and Sorger, B (2009) fMRI effects of task demand and feedback accuracy on grip force tracking. Neurosci Lett, 457 (2). pp. 61-65.

Kranczioch, Cornelia, Mathews, Simon, Dean, Phil J.A. and Sterr, Annette (2009) On the Equivalence of Executed and Imagined Movements: Evidence From Lateralized Motor and Nonmotor Potentials Human Brain Mapping.

Sterr, Annette, Shen, Shan, Kranczioch, Cornelia, Szameita, Andre J., Hou, Wengshen and Sorger, Bettina (2009) fMRI effects of task demand and feedback accuracy on grip force tracking Neuroscience Letters, 457. pp. 61-65.

Kranczioch, C, Athanassiou, S, Shen, S, Gao, G and Sterr, Annette (2008) Short-term learning of a visually guided power-grip task is associated with dynamic changes in EEG oscillatory activity Clinical Neurophysiology, 119 (6). pp. 1419-1430.

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