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Tamer Demiralp
Tamer Demiralp
İstanbul Üniversitesi, İstanbul Tıp Fakültesi, Fizyoloji Anabilim Dalı
Verified email at istanbul.edu.tr
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Human EEG gamma oscillations in neuropsychiatric disorders
CS Herrmann, T Demiralp
Clinical neurophysiology 116 (12), 2719-2733, 2005
7032005
P300-response: possible psychophysiological correlates in delta and theta frequency channels. A review
C Başar-Eroglu, E Başar, T Demiralp, M Schürmann
International journal of psychophysiology 13 (2), 161-179, 1992
6991992
Alpha rhythm of the EEG modulates visual detection performance in humans
T Ergenoglu, T Demiralp, Z Bayraktaroglu, M Ergen, H Beydagi, Y Uresin
Cognitive brain research 20 (3), 376-383, 2004
6712004
Comparative analysis of event-related potentials during Go/NoGo and CPT: decomposition of electrophysiological markers of response inhibition and sustained attention
E Kirmizi-Alsan, Z Bayraktaroglu, H Gurvit, YH Keskin, M Emre, ...
Brain research 1104 (1), 114-128, 2006
3062006
Gamma amplitudes are coupled to theta phase in human EEG during visual perception
T Demiralp, Z Bayraktaroglu, D Lenz, S Junge, NA Busch, B Maess, ...
International journal of psychophysiology 64 (1), 24-30, 2007
2742007
Classification of electroencephalogram signals with combined time and frequency features
Z Iscan, Z Dokur, T Demiralp
Expert Systems with Applications 38 (8), 10499-10505, 2011
2452011
Event-related oscillations are ‘real brain responses’—wavelet analysis and new strategies
E rol Başar, M artin Schürmann, T amer Demiralp, C anan Başar-Eroglu, ...
International Journal of Psychophysiology 39 (2-3), 91-127, 2001
2342001
Wavelet analysis of P3a and P3b
T Demiralp, A Ademoglu, M Comerchero, J Polich
Brain topography 13, 251-267, 2001
2072001
Cognitive impairment in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: evidence from neuropsychological investigation and event-related potentials
HA Hanagasi, IH Gurvit, N Ermutlu, G Kaptanoglu, S Karamursel, ...
Cognitive Brain Research 14 (2), 234-244, 2002
2012002
Time–frequency analysis reveals multiple functional components during oddball P300
V Kolev, T Demiralp, J Yordanova, A Ademoglu, Ü Isoglu-Alkaç
NeuroReport 8 (8), 2061-2065, 1997
1871997
Wavelet analysis of oddball P300
T Demiralp, A Ademoglu, Y Istefanopulos, C Başar-Eroglu, E Başar
International journal of psychophysiology 39 (2-3), 221-227, 2001
1852001
Detection of P300 waves in single trials by the wavelet transform (WT)
T Demiralp, A Ademoglu, M Schürmann, C Basar-Eroglu, E Basar
Brain and language 66 (1), 108-128, 1999
1821999
Oscillatory brain dynamics, wavelet analysis, and cognition
E Basar, T Demiralp, M Schürmann, C Basar-Eroglu, A Ademoglu
Brain and language 66 (1), 146-183, 1999
1691999
Time–frequency analysis of single-sweep event-related potentials by means of fast wavelet transform
T Demiralp, J Yordanova, V Kolev, A Ademoglu, M Devrim, VJ Samar
Brain and Language 66 (1), 129-145, 1999
1621999
Theta rhythmicities following expected visual and auditory targets
T Demiralp, E Başar
International Journal of Psychophysiology 13 (2), 147-160, 1992
1571992
DRD4 and DAT1 polymorphisms modulate human gamma band responses
T Demiralp, CS Herrmann, ME Erdal, T Ergenoglu, YH Keskin, M Ergen, ...
Cerebral Cortex 17 (5), 1007-1019, 2007
1192007
Event-related theta oscillations: an integrative and comparative approach in the human and animal brain
C Başar-Eroglu, T Demiralp
International journal of psychophysiology 39 (2-3), 167-195, 2001
1192001
P3 and delta band responses in visual oddball paradigm in schizophrenia
M Ergen, S Marbach, A Brand, C Başar-Eroğlu, T Demiralp
Neuroscience letters 440 (3), 304-308, 2008
1132008
Spontaneous EEG theta activity controls frontal visual evoked potential amplitudes
E Başar, E Rahn, T Demiralp, M Schürmann
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1998
1111998
Topological distribution of oddball ‘P300’responses
C Başar-Eroglu, T Demiralp, M Schürmann, E Başar
International Journal of Psychophysiology 39 (2-3), 213-220, 2001
1012001
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