The brains of more intelligent individuals are characterised by temporally more stable interactions in neural networks. This is the result of a recent study conducted by Kirsten Hilger from our lab, in collaboration with Makoto Fukushima and Olaf Sporns from Indiana University Bloomington.
Sassenhagen, J. & Fiebach , C. J. (2019). Finding the P3 in the P600: Decoding shared neural mechanisms of responses to syntactic violations and oddball target detection. NeuroImage, 200, 425-436. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.06.048
Heikel, E., Sassenhagen, J., & Fiebach, C. J. (2018). Time-generalized multivariate analysis of EEG responses reveals a cascading architecture of semantic mismatch processing. Brain and Language, 184, 43-53.
New paper just published: Confident vs. not-confident errors indicate a functional dissociation of working memory encoding vs. maintenance deficits in Schizophrenia,
Mayer, J. et al. (2018). Functional Dissociation of Confident and Not-Confident Errors in the Spatial Delayed Response Task Demonstrates Impairments in Working Memory Encoding and Maintenance in Schizophrenia. Frontiers in Psychiatry.
Korinth. S. P., & Fiebach, C. J. (2018). Improving silent reading performance through feedback on eye movements: A feasibility study. Scientific Studies of Reading. epub.
... just came out in Nature Human Behaviour.
Kalisch et al., 2017: The resilience framework as a strategy to combat stress-related disorders
Derrfuss, J., Ekman, M., Hanke, M., Tittgemeyer, M., & Fiebach, C. J. (2017). Distractor-resistant short-term memory is supported by transient changes in neural stimulus representation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. epub.
Hilger, K., Ekman, M., Fiebach, C. J., & Basten, U. (2017). Efficient hubs in the intelligent brain: Nodal efficiency of hub regions in the saleience network is associated with generl intelligence- Intelligence, 60, 10-25.
New Paper: Occipito-parietal functional connectivity predicts the precision and variability of visual working memory
Galeano Weber, E., Hahn, T., Hilger, K., & Fiebach, C. J. (2017). Distributed patterns of occipito-parietal functional connectivity predict the precision and variability of visual working memory. NeuroImage. epub ahead of print. NeuroImage, 146:404-418.
New Paper: Superior intraparietal sulcus controls the variability of visual working memory precision
Galeano Weber, E. M., Peters, B., Hahn, T.,Bledowski, C., & Fiebach, C. J. (2016). Superior intraparietal sulcus controls the variability of visual working memory precision. Journal of Neuroscience, 36, 5623-35.
Armbruster-Genc, D. J. N., Ueltzhöffer, K., & Fiebach, C. J. (2016). Neural variability differentially affects cognitive flexibility and cognitive stability. Journal of Neuroscience, 36, 3978-3987.