Cognitive psychophysiology and states of consciousness
¤ Electrophysiology of conscious and unconscious stimulus processing
¤ Disentangling motor deficits from disorders of consciousness in patients with severe diffuse brain lesions
¤ Habituation and learning in patients with severe disorders of consciousness
¤ The complexity issue: better responsiveness to complex than to simple stimuli as an indicator of an altered state of consciousness
¤ Identifying intact semantic abilities of severely brain-damaged patients
¤ Cognition and emotion: Interaction of semantic and prosodic cues in electrophysiology of language processing
Projektleiter: PD Boris Kotchoubey, Dr.phil.
Kotchoubey B., Strehl, U., Kübler A., Flor H., Birbaumer N. Can humans perceive their brain states? Consciousness and Cognition, 2002, 11, 98-113.
Kotchoubey B., Lang S., Bostanov V., Birbaumer N. Is there a mind? Electrophysiology of unconscious patients. News in Physiological Sciences, 2002, 17, 38-44.
Kotchoubey B. Do event-related brain potentials manifest mental (cognitive) processes? Journal of Psychophysiology, 2002, 16, No 3, 129-149.
These and OTHER publication from the project can be obtained on the Homepage of Boris Kotchoubey