Deutsch Intern
    Department of Psychology I - Workgroup Kübler


    Ziebell, P., Stümpfig, J., Eidel, M., Kleih-Dahms, S. C., Kübler, A., Latoschik, M. E. & Halder, S. (2020). Stimulus modality influences  
    session-to-session transfer of training effects in auditory and tactile streaming-based P300 brain–computer interfaces. Scientific  
    Reports, 10(1), 1-12.

    Eidel, M., & Kübler, A. (2020). Wheelchair Control in a Virtual Environment by Healthy Participants Using a P300-BCI Based on Tactile Stimulation: Training Effects and Usability. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

    Eidel, M., Klemm, V., & Kübler A. (2019). Training Effects of a Tactile BCI for Wheelchair Control. Talk at the 8th Graz Brain-Computer Interface Conference, Graz

    Eidel, M., Ziebell, P., Mrachacz-Kersting, N., & Kübler A. (2019). Where to go next? ALS Patients Control a Virtual Wheelchair using a Tactile Brain-Computer Interface. Poster for the DGVM-Kongress 2019, Würzburg

    Rezazadeh, Z., Eidel, M., Kleih, S., Botrel, L., & Kübler A. (2019). Reducing Stimulation Intensity in a Visual P300 BCI to approach Gaze Independent Spelling. Poster for the DGVM-Kongress 2019, Würzburg

    Käthner, I., Eidel, M., Häge, A., Gram, A., & Pauli P. (2019). Schmerzmodulation durch die Wahrnehmung unterschiedlicher empathischer Ärzte in 360° Videos. Poster for the DGVM-Kongress 2019, Würzburg

    Ziebell, P., Eidel, M., Kübler, A., & Halder S. (2019). Visual vs. Auditory vs. Tactile: A Comparison of P300 Brain-Computer Interfaces using Different Modalities in a Case-Study with a Locked-In Syndrome Patient. Poster for the DGVM-Kongress 2019, Würzburg

    Krauss, P., Eidel, M., Knoll, K., Mgaya, E., Mwanansao, C., Nentwich, M., Philippin, H. (2019). Etiology of paediatric ocular trauma in a tertiary referral hospital in Tanzania. Poster for the 117th DOG Congress 2019, Berlin

    Eidel, M., Erlbeck, H., Real, R., Kübler, A. (2018). ERP Prevalence and Effects of Stimulus Features and Attention on MMN and P300. Poster for the Sixth International Brain-Computer Interface Meeting,