journal articles

Broehl F, Keitel A, Kayser C (accepted). Visual and auditory cortices represent acoustic speech-related information during silent lip reading. eNeuro. ~preprint

Suess N, Hauswald A, Reisinger P, Roesch S, Keitel A, Weisz N (2022). Cortical tracking of unheard formant modulations derived from silently presented lip movements and its decline with age. Cerebral Cortex, 00, 1-16. ~pdf

Pfeffer T, Keitel C, Kluger DS, Keitel A, Russmann A, Thut G, Donner TH, Gross J (2022). Coupling of pupil-and neuronal population dynamics reveals diverse influences of arousal on cortical processing. eLife, 2022; 11:e71890. ~pdf

Keitel C, Obleser J, Jessen S, Henry MJ (2021). Frequency-Specific Effects in Infant Electroencephalograms Do Not Require Entrained Neural Oscillations: A Commentary on Köster et al. (2019). Psychological Science. ~pdf

Lubinus C, Orpella J, Keitel A, Gudi-Mindermann H, Engel AK, Roeder B, Rimmele J (2021). Data-Driven Classification of Spectral Profiles Reveals Brain Region-Specific Plasticity in Blindness. Cerebral Cortex. ~abstract

Schettino A, Porcu E, Gundlach C, Keitel C, Müller MM (2020). Rapid processing of neutral and angry expressions within ongoing facial stimulus streams: Is it all about isolated facial features? PLoS One. ~pdf

Tabarelli A, Keitel C, Gross J, Baldauf D (2020). Spatial attention enhances cortical tracking of quasi-rhythmic visual stimuli. NeuroImage. ~abstract | Preprint available on bioRxiv.

Keitel A, Gross J, Kayser C (2020). Shared and modality-specific brain regions that mediate auditory and visual word comprehension. eLife. ~article

Mahjoory K, Schoffelen JM, Keitel A, Gross J (2020). The frequency gradient of human resting-state brain oscillations follows cortical hierarchies. eLife. ~article

Hauswald A, Keitel A, Chen YP, Roesch S, Weisz N (2020). Degradation levels of continuous speech affect neural speech tracking and alpha power differently. European Journal of Neuroscience. ~article

Morillon B, Arnal LH, Schroeder CE & Keitel A (2019). Prominence of delta oscillatory rhythms in the motor cortex and their relevance for auditory and speech perception. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. ~abstract

Benwell CSY, London RE, Tagliabue CF, Veniero D, Gross J, Keitel C, Thut G (2019). Frequency and power of human alpha oscillations drift systematically and independently with time-on-task. Neuroimage ~pdf

Keitel C, Keitel A, Benwell CSY, Daube C, Thut G, Gross J (2019). Stimulus-driven brain rhythms within the alpha band: The attentional-modulation conundrum. J Neurosci ~pdf

Keitel C, Benwell CSY, Thut G, Gross J (2018). No changes in parieto-occipital alpha during neural phase locking to visual quasi-periodic theta-, alpha-, and beta-band stimulation. European Journal of Neuroscience ~pdf

Keitel A, Gross J, Kayser C (2018). Perceptually relevant speech tracking in auditory and motor regions reflects distinct linguistic features. PLoS Biology ~pdf

Scott GG, Keitel A, Becirspahic M, Yao B, Sereno SC (2018). The Glasgow Norms: Ratings of 5,500 words on nine scales. Behavior Research Methods ~pdf

Rimmele JM, Gross J, Molholm S, Keitel A (2018). Editorial: Brain oscillations in human communication. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience ~pdf

Yao B, Keitel A, Bruce G, Scott GG, O’Donnell PJ, Sereno SC (2018). Differential emotional processing in concrete and abstract words. Journal of Experimental Psychology: LMC.

Benwell CSY, Keitel C, Harvey M, Gross J, Thut G (2017). Trial-by-trial co-variation of pre-stimulus EEG alpha power and visuospatial bias reflects a mixture of stochastic and deterministic effects. European Journal of Neuroscience ~pdf

Covic A, Keitel C, Porcu E, Schröger E, Müller MM (2017). Audio-visual synchrony and spatial attention enhance processing of dynamic visual stimulation independently and in parallel: a frequency-tagging study. NeuroImage. ~abstract | ~accepted version

Keitel A, Ince RAA, Gross J, Kayser C (2017). Auditory cortical delta-entrainment interacts with oscillatory power in multiple fronto-parietal networks. NeuroImage. ~pdf

Keitel C, Thut G, Gross J (2017). Visual cortex responses reflect temporal structure of continuous quasi-rhythmic sensory stimulation. NeuroImage ~pdf

Keitel A, Gross J (2016). Individual human brain areas can be identified from their characteristic spectral activation fingerprints. PLoS Biology. ~pdf

Ruhnau P, Keitel C, Lithari C, Weisz N, & Neuling T (2016). Flicker-Driven Responses in Visual Cortex Change during Matched-Frequency Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. ~pdf

Müller MM, Trautmann M, & Keitel C (2016). Early Visual Cortex Dynamics during Top–Down Modulated Shifts of Feature-Selective Attention. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. ~abstract

Walter S, Keitel C, & Müller MM (2016). Sustained Splits of Attention within versus across Visual Hemifields Produce Distinct Spatial Gain Profiles. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. ~abstract

Keitel C, & Müller MM (2016). Audio-visual synchrony and feature-selective attention co-amplify early visual processing. Experimental Brain Research – special issue on multisensory processing. ~abstract

Keitel A, & Daum MM (2015). The use of intonation for turn anticipation in observed conversations without visual signals as source of information. Frontiers in Psychology. ~pdf

Gampe A, Keitel A, & Daum MM (2015). Intra-individual variability and continuity of action and perception measures in infants. Frontiers in Psychology. ~pdf

Keitel A, Prinz W, & Daum MM (2014). Perception of Individual and Joint Action in Infants and Adults. PLoS One. ~pdf

Keitel C, Quigley C, & Ruhnau P (2014). Stimulus-Driven Brain Oscillations in the Alpha Range: Entrainment of Intrinsic Rhythms or Frequency-Following Response? Journal of Neuroscience. ~pdf

Porcu E, Keitel C, & Müller MM (2014). Visual, auditory and tactile stimuli compete for early sensory processing capacities within but not between senses. NeuroImage. ~abstract

Atmaca S, Stadler W, Keitel A, Ott DVM, Lepsien J, & Prinz W (2013). Prediction processes during multiple object tracking (MOT): involvement of dorsal and ventral premotor cortices. Brain & Behavior. ~pdf

Keitel A, Prinz W, Friederici AD, von Hofsten C, & Daum MM (2013). Perception of conversations: the importance of semantics and intonation in children’s development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. ~abstract

Porcu E, Keitel C, & Müller MM (2013). Concurrent visual and tactile steady-state evoked potentials index allocation of inter-modal attention: a frequency-tagging study. Neuroscience Letters. ~abstract

Keitel C, Maess B, Schröger E, & Müller MM (2013). Early visual and auditory processing rely on modality-specific attentional resources. NeuroImage. ~abstract

Keitel C, Andersen SK, Quigley C, & Müller MM (2013). Independent effects of attentional gain control and competitive interactions on visual stimulus processing. Cerebral Cortex. ~pdf

Melzer A, Prinz W, & Daum MM (2012). Production and perception of contralateral reaching: A close link by 12 months of age. Infant Behavior and Development. ~abstract

Rimmele J, Sussman E, Keitel C, Jacobsen T, & Schröger E (2012). Electrophysiological evidence for age effects on sensory memory processing of tonal patterns. Psychology and Aging. ~abstract

Keitel C, Schröger E, Saupe K, & Müller MM (2011). Sustained selective intermodal attention modulates processing of language-like stimuli. Experimental Brain Research – special issue on multisensory processing. ~abstract

Keitel C, Andersen SK, & Müller MM (2010). Competitive effects on steady-state visual evoked potentials with frequencies in- and outside the alpha band. Experimental Brain Research. ~abstract

book chapters

Keitel C, Thut G, Gross J (in press) Oscillations and Synchrony in Attention. In: Neuronal Oscillations of Wakefulness and Sleep. Thien Thanh Dang-Vu, Richard Courtemanche (Eds.)


Keitel A (2014) Action Perception in Development: The Role of Experience. Thesis. Max-Planck-Institute Series in Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. ~pdf

Keitel C (2012) Neural Mechanisms of Intermodal Attention in Human EEG/MEG. Thesis. Leipzig Series in Brain, Cognition and Language. ~abstract

in the media

Keitel A & Gross J (2016) Each part of the brain has its own rhythmic fingerprint. The Conversation. ~Weblink

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