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Journal Articles

  • Tinio, P.P.L., & Gartus, A. (in press). Characterizing the emotional response to art beyond pleasure: Correspondence between the emotional characteristics of artworks and viewers’ emotional responses. Progress in Brain Research. http://doi.org/10.1016/bs.pbr.2018.03.005
  • Gartus, A., & Leder, H. (2017). Predicting perceived visual complexity of abstract patterns using computational measures: The influence of mirror symmetry on complexity perception. PLoS ONE, 12(11), 1–29. http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0185276
  • Rütgen, M., Seidel, E.-M., Pletti, C., Riečanský, I., Gartus, A., Eisenegger, C., & Lamm, C. (2017). Psychopharmacological modulation of event-related potentials suggests that first-hand pain and empathy for pain rely on similar opioidergic processes. Neuropsychologia. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2017.04.023
  • Güldenpfennig, F., Hödl, O., Reichl, P., Löw, C., Gartus, A., & Pelowski, M. (2016). TASK: Introducing the interactive audience sensor kit. Proceedings of the TEI '16: Tenth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction. February 14-17, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 448-454. https://doi.org/10.1145/2839462.2856538
  • Beisteiner, R., Windischberger, C., Geißler, A., Gartus, A., Uhl, F., Moser, E., Deecke, L., & Lanzenberger, R. (2015). FMRI correlates of different components of Braille reading by the blind. Neurology, Psychiatry and Brain Research, 21(4), 137–145. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.npbr.2015.10.002
  • Gartus, A., Klemer, N. & Leder, H. (2015). The effects of visual context and individual differences on perception and evaluation of modern art and graffiti art. Acta Psychologica, 156, 64–76. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.actpsy.2015.01.005
  • Gartus, A., & Leder, H. (2014). The white cube of the museum versus the gray cube of the street: The role of context in aesthetic evaluations. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 8(3): 311–320. http://doi.org/10.1037/a0036847
  • Gartus A., & Leder H. (2013). The small step toward asymmetry: Aesthetic judgment of broken symmetries. i-Perception, 4(5): 361–336. http://doi.org/10.1068/i0588sas
  • Gartus, A., Foki, T., Geissler, A. & Beisteiner, R. (2009). Improvement of clinical language localization with an overt semantic and syntactic language functional MR imaging paradigm. American Journal of Neuroradiology, 30(10): 1977–1985.
  • Beisteiner, R., Drabeck, K., Foki, T., Geissler, A., Gartus A., Lehner-Baumgartner, E. & Baumgartner, C. (2008). Does clinical memory fMRI provide a comprehensive map of medial temporal lobe structures? Experimental Neurology, 213(1): 154–162.
  • Foki, T., Gartus, A., Geissler, A. & Beisteiner, R. (2008). Probing overtly spoken language at sentential level: a comprehensive high-field BOLD-fMRI protocol reflecting everyday language demands. NeuroImage, 39(4): 1613–1624.
  • Gartus, A., Geissler, A., Foki, T., Tahamtan, A.R., Pahs, G., Barth, M., Pinker, K., Trattnig, S. & Beisteiner, R. (2007). Comparison of fMRI coregistration results between human experts and software solutions in patients and healthy subjects. European Radiology, 17(6): 1634–1643.
  • Geissler, A., Gartus, A., Foki, T., Tahamtan, A.R., Beisteiner, R. & Barth; M. (2007). Contrast-to-noise ratio (CNR) as a quality parameter in fMRI. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 25(6): 1263–1270.
  • Foki, T., Geissler, A., Gartus, A., Pahs, G., Deecke, L. & Beisteiner, R. (2007). Cortical lateralization of bilateral symmetric chin movements and clinical relevance in tumor patients – a high field BOLD-FMRI study. NeuroImage, 37(1): 26–39.
  • Roessler, K., Donat, M., Lanzenberger, R., Novak, K., Geissler, A., Gartus, A., Tahamtan, A.R., Milakara, D., Czech, T., Barth, M., Knosp, E., Beisteiner, R. (2005). Evaluation of preoperative high magnetic field motor functional MRI (3 Tesla) in glioma patients by navigated electrocortical stimulation and postoperative outcome. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 76(8):1152–1157.
  • Geissler, A., Lanzenberger, R., Barth, M., Tahamtan, A.R., Milakara, D., Gartus, A. & Beisteiner, R. (2005). Influence of fMRI smoothing procedures on replicability of fine scale motor localization. Neuroimage, 24(2): 323–331.
  • Lanzenberger, R., Wiest, G., Geissler, A., Barth, M., Ringl, H., Wöber, C., Gartus, A., Baumgartner, C. & Beisteiner, R. (2005). FMRI reveals functional cortex in a case of inconclusive Wada testing. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, 107(2): 147–151.
  • Beisteiner, R., Gartus, A., Erdler, M., Mayer, D., Lanzenberger, R. & Deecke, L. (2004). Magnetoencephalography indicates finger motor somatotopy. European Journal of Neuroscience, 19(2): 465–472.
  • Erdler, M., Windischberger, C., Lanzenberger, R., Edward, V., Gartus, A., Deecke, L. & Beisteiner, R. (2001). Dissociation of supplementary motor area and primary motor cortex in human subjects when comparing index and little finger movements with functional magnetic resonance imaging. Neuroscience Letters, 313(1-2): 5–8.
  • Beisteiner, R., Windischberger, C., Lanzenberger, R., Edward, V., Cunnington, R., Erdler, M., Gartus, A., Streibl, B., Moser, E. & Deecke, L. (2001). Finger somatotopy in human motor cortex. NeuroImage, 13(6): 1016–1026.
  • Beisteiner, R., Lanzenberger, R., Novak, K., Edward, V., Windischberger, C., Erdler, M., Cunnington, R., Gartus, A., Streibl, B., Moser, E., Czech, T. & Deecke, L. (2000). Improvement of presurgical patient evaluation by generation of functional magnetic resonance risk maps. Neuroscience Letters, 18: 290(1), 13–16.
  • Erdler, M., Windischberger, C., Cunnington, R., Edward, V., Streibl, B., Gartus, A., Moser, E., Deecke, L. & Beisteiner, R. (1999). Quantification of supplementary motor area activation with movements of different practice levels using functional magnetic resonance imaging at 3T. Biomedizinische Technik, 44(Ergänzungsband 2): 120–122.
  • Beisteiner, R., Erdler, M., Mayer, D., Gartus, A., Edward, V., Kaindl, T., Golaszewski, S., Lindinger, G. & Deecke, L. (1999). A marker for differentiation of capabilities for processing of musical harmonies as detected by magnetoencephalography in musicians. Neuroscience Letters, 17: 277(1), 37–40.
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