Books (1): • Noppeney U: Abstract attitude: Kurt Goldstein at the interface between neurology, psychology and philosophy, 250, Königshausen and Neumann, Würzburg, Germany, (2000). ISBN: 3-8260-1775-7, Series: Epistemata Wurzburg Scientific writings Article (69): • Raw T and U Noppeney (February 2016) Distinct Computational Principles Govern Multisensory Integration in Primary Sensory and Association cortices Current Biology 26 (4) 509-514. • Gau R and U Noppeney (January 2016) How prior expectations shape multisensory perception Neuro Image 124 (Part A) 876-886. • Tuennerhoff J and Noppeney U (January 2016) When sentences live up to your expectations Neuro Image 124 (Part A) 641-653. • Giani AS, Belardinelli P, Ortiz E, Little M and Noppeney U (November 2015) Detecting tones in complex auditory scenes NeuroImage 122203-213.
• Leitão J, Thielscher A, J and Tünnerhoff Noppeney U (August 2015) Concurrent TMS-fMRI Reveals Interactions between dorsal and ventral attentional system Journal of Neuroscience 35 (32) 11445-11457. • Raw T and U Noppeney (April 2015) Sensory reliability shapes perceptual inference via two mechanisms Journal of Vision 15 (5) 1-16. • Aller M, Giani A, Conrad V, Watanabe M and Noppeney U (February 2015) A Spatially collocated sound thrusts a flash into awareness Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 9 (16) 1-8. • Raw T and U Noppeney (February 2015) Cortical Hierarchies Perform Bayesian Causal Inference in Multisensory Perception PLoS Biology 13 (2) 1-18. • Adam R and U Noppeney (September 2014) A phonologically congruent sound boosts a visual target into perceptual awareness Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 8 (70) 1-13. • Leo F and Noppeney U (September 2014) Conditioned Sounds Enhance Visual Processing PLoS ONE 9 (9) 1-7. •
Lee H and Noppeney U (August 2014) Music expertise shapes audiovisual temporal integration windows for speech, sinewave speech, and music Frontiers in Psychology 5 (868) 1-9. • Lee H and Noppeney U (April 2014) Temporal prediction errors in visual and auditory cortices Current Biology 24 (8) R309-R310. • Conrad V, Little M, Bartels A, Hartcher O’Brien J, Bülthoff HH and Noppeney U (August 2013) Naturalistic stimulus Structure Deter Mines the integration of Audio Visual Looming signal in Binocular Rivalry PLoS ONE 8 (8) 1-8. • of Saldern S and U Noppeney (May 2013) Sensory and Striatal Areas Integrate Auditory and Visual signal into Behavioral Benefits during Motion Discrimination Journal of Neuroscience 33 (20) 8841-8849. • Leitão J, Thielscher A, Werner S, R and Pohmann Noppeney U (April 2013) Effects of parietal TMS on Visual and Auditory Processing at the Primary Cortical Level: A Concurrent TMS-fMRI Study Cerebral Cortex 23 (4) 873-884. • Conrad V, Vitello MP and Noppeney U (August 2012) Interactions Between Apparent Motion Rivalry in vision and touch Psychological Science 23 (8) 940-948. • Giani AS, EB Ortiz, Belardinelli P, Little M, H and Preissl Noppeney U (April 2012), steady-state responses in MEG demonstrate information integration within but not across the auditory and visual senses NeuroImage 60 (2) 1478-1489.
• Helbig HB, Ernst MO, Ricciardi E, Pietrini P, Thielscher A, Mayer KM, Schultz J and Noppeney U (April 2012) The neural mechanisms of reliability weighted integration of shape information from vision and touch NeuroImage 60 (2) 1063-1072 , • Lee HL and Noppeney U (December 2011) Long-term music workout tunes how the brain tempo rally binds signals from multiple senses Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America of the United States of America 108 (51) E1441-E1450. • Meyer GF and Noppeney U (September 2011) Multisensory integration: From fundamental principles to translational research Experimental Brain Research 213 (2-3) 163-166. • Lee HL and Noppeney U (August 2011) Physical and Perceptual Factors Shape the Neural Mechanisms That Integrate Audio Visual signal in Speech Comprehension Journal of Neuroscience 31 (31) 11338-11350. • Werner S and U Noppeney (April 2011) The Contributions of Transient and Sustained Response Codes to Audio Visual Integration Cerebral Cortex 21 (4) 920-931. • Maier JX, Di Luca M and Noppeney U (February 2011) Audio Visual asynchrony detection in human speech Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (1) 245-256. •
Adam R and U Noppeney (October 2010) Prior auditory information shapes visual category-selectivity in ventral occipito-temporal cortex NeuroImage 52 (4) 1592-1602. • Conrad V, Bartels A, Little M and Noppeney U (August 2010) Audio Visual interactions in binocular rivalry Journal of Vision 10 (10:27) 1-15. • Werner S and U Noppeney (August 2010) Super additives Responses in Superior Temporal Sulcus Predict Audio Visual Benefits in Object Categorization Cerebral Cortex 20 (8) 1829-1842. • Noppeney U, D Ostwald and Werner S (May 2010) Perceptual Decisions Formed by Accumulation of Audio Visual Evidence in prefrontal cortex Journal of Neuroscience 30 (21) 7434-7446. • Werner S and U Noppeney (February 2010) Distinct Functional Contributions of Primary Sensory and Association Areas to Audio Visual Integration Object Categorization Journal of Neuroscience 30 (7) 2662-2675. • Noppeney U (October 2009) The sensory-motor theory of semantics: Evidence from functional imaging Language and Cognition 1 (2) 249-276. • Sadaghiani S, Maier JX and Noppeney U (May 2009) Natural, Metaphoric, and Linguistic Auditory Direction signal Have Distinct Influences on Visual Motion Processing Journal of Neuroscience 29 (20) 6490-6499.
• Sarkheil P, Vuong QC, Bülthoff HH and Noppeney U (October 2008) The integration of higher order form and motion by the human brain Neuro Image 42 (4) 1529-1536. • Salek-Haddadi A, Mayer T, Hamandi K, Symms M, Joseph O, Fluegel D, Woermann F, Richardson MP, Noppeney U, Wolf P and Koepp MJ (August 2008) Imaging seizure activity: A combined EEG / EMG-fMRI study in reading epilepsy Epilepsia 50 (2) 256-264. • Wright ND, Mechelli A, Noppeney U, Veltman DJ, Rombouts SARB, Glensman J, Haynes J-D and Price CJ (August 2008) Selective activation around the left occipito-temporal sulcus for words relative to pictures: individual variability or false positive? Human Brain Mapping 29 (8) 986-1000. • Noppeney U (May 2008) The neural system of tool and action semantics: A perspective from functional imaging Journal of Physiology – Paris 102 (1-3) 40-49. • Noppeney U, O Joseph, Hocking J, Price CJ and Friston KJ (March 2008) The effect of prior visual information on recognition of speech sounds and Cerebral Cortex 18 (3) 598-609. • Noppeney U (May 2007) The effects of visual deprivation on functional and structural organization of the human brain Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 31 (8) 1169-1180.
• Noppeney U, Patterson K, Tyler LK, Moss H, Stamatakis EA Bright P, Mummery C and Price CJ (January 2007) Temporal lobe lesions and semantic impairment: A comparison of herpes simplex virus encephalitis and Semantic Dementia Brain 130 (4) 1138-1147. • Crinion J, Turner R, Grogan A, Hanakawa T, Noppeney U, Devlin J, Aso T, Urayama S, Fukuyama H, Stockton K, Usui K, Green DW and Price CJ (June 2006) Language control in the bilingual brain science 312 (5779) 1537-1540. • Powell HW, Parker GJ, Alexander D, Symms MR, Boulby PA, Wheeler Kingshott CA, Noppeney U, Barker GJ, Koepp MJ and Duncan JS (May 2006) Hemispheric Asymmetries in language-related pathways: A combined functional MRI and tractography study NeuroImage 32 (1) 388-399. • Noppeney U, Penny WD, Price CJ, Flandin G and Friston KJ (April 2006) Identification of degenerate neuronal systems based on inter-subject variability NeuroImage 30 (3) 885-890. • Noppeney U and Penny WD (March 2006): Two approaches to repetition suppression Human Brain Mapping 27 (5) 411-416. • Price CJ, McCrory E, U Noppeney, Mechelli A, Moore CJ, Biggio N and Devlin JT (January 2006) How reading Differs from object naming at the neuronal level NeuroImage 29 (2) 643-648. •
Noppeney U, Joseph O, S Kiebel, Friston KJ and Price CJ (October 2005) Action selectivity in parietal and temporal cortex Cognitive Brain Research 25 (3) 641-649. • Noppeney U, Friston KJ, Ashburner J, Frackowiak R and Price CJ (July 2005) Early visual deprivation induces structural plasticity in gray and white matter Current Biology 15 (13) R488-R490. • Noppeney U, Price CJ, Duncan JS and Koepp MJ (June 2005) Reading skills after left anterior temporal lobe resection: to fMRIstudy. Brain 128 (6) 1377-1385. • Noppeney U, Price CJ, Penny WD and Friston KJ (June 2005) Two Distinct Neural Mechanisms for Category-selective responses Cerebral Cortex 16 (3) 437-445. • Noppeney U, Friston KJ and Price CJ (December-2004) Degenerate neuronal systems sustaining cognitive functions Journal of Anatomy 205 (6) 433-442. • Noppeney U (October 2004) comments on B. Röder and F.
Rösler: Compensatory plasticity in blind people Journal of Neuropsychology 15 (4) 272-273. • Mechelli A, Crinion JT, Noppeney U, Ashburner J, Frackowiak RS and Price CJ (October 2004) Neurolinguistics: structural plasticity in the bilingual brain. Nature 431 (7010) 757-757.