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JOHANNES RENNIG

TitlePostdoc Fellows and Associates
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
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    1. Rennig J, Beauchamp MS. Free viewing of talking faces reveals mouth and eye preferring regions of the human superior temporal sulcus. Neuroimage. 2018 12; 183:25-36. PMID: 30092347.
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    2. Bloechle J, Huber S, Klein E, Bahnmueller J, Moeller K, Rennig J. Neuro-cognitive mechanisms of global Gestalt perception in visual quantification. Neuroimage. 2018 11 01; 181:359-369. PMID: 30010007.
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    3. Mock J, Huber S, Bloechle J, Dietrich JF, Bahnmueller J, Rennig J, Klein E, Moeller K. Magnitude processing of symbolic and non-symbolic proportions: an fMRI study. Behav Brain Funct. 2018 May 10; 14(1):9. PMID: 29747668.
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    4. Bloechle J, Huber JF, Klein E, Bahnmueller J, Rennig J, Moeller K, Huber S. Spatial Arrangement and Set Size Influence the Coding of Non-symbolic Quantities in the Intraparietal Sulcus. Front Hum Neurosci. 2018; 12:54. PMID: 29515382.
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    5. Rennig J, Cornelsen S, Wilhelm H, Himmelbach M, Karnath HO. Preserved Expert Object Recognition in a Case of Visual Hemiagnosia. J Cogn Neurosci. 2018 02; 30(2):131-143. PMID: 28949822.
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    6. Rennig J, Karnath HO, Cornelsen S, Wilhelm H, Himmelbach M. Hemifield coding in ventral object-sensitive areas - Evidence from visual hemiagnosia. Cortex. 2018 01; 98:149-162. PMID: 28709682.
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    7. Rennig J, Bleyer AL, Karnath HO. Simultanagnosia does not affect processes of auditory Gestalt perception. Neuropsychologia. 2017 05; 99:279-285. PMID: 28343958.
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    8. Karnath HO, Rennig J. Investigating structure and function in the healthy human brain: validity of acute versus chronic lesion-symptom mapping. Brain Struct Funct. 2017 Jul; 222(5):2059-2070. PMID: 27807627.
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    9. Rennig J, Karnath HO. Stimulus size mediates Gestalt processes in object perception - evidence from simultanagnosia. Neuropsychologia. 2016 08; 89:66-73. PMID: 27267104.
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    10. Bloechle J, Huber S, Bahnmueller J, Rennig J, Willmes K, Cavdaroglu S, Moeller K, Klein E. Fact learning in complex arithmetic-the role of the angular gyrus revisited. Hum Brain Mapp. 2016 09; 37(9):3061-79. PMID: 27130734.
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    11. Cornelsen S, Rennig J, Himmelbach M. Memory-guided reaching in a patient with visual hemiagnosia. Cortex. 2016 06; 79:32-41. PMID: 27085893.
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    12. Rennig J, Himmelbach M, Huberle E, Karnath HO. Involvement of the TPJ area in processing of novel global forms. J Cogn Neurosci. 2015 Aug; 27(8):1587-600. PMID: 25811709.
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    13. Balslev D, Odoj B, Rennig J, Karnath HO. Abnormal center-periphery gradient in spatial attention in simultanagnosia. J Cogn Neurosci. 2014 Dec; 26(12):2778-88. PMID: 24893736.
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    14. Rennig J, Bilalic M, Huberle E, Karnath HO, Himmelbach M. The temporo-parietal junction contributes to global gestalt perception-evidence from studies in chess experts. Front Hum Neurosci. 2013; 7:513. PMID: 24009574.
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    15. Rennig J, Karnath HO, Huberle E. The role of size constancy for the integration of local elements into a global shape. Front Hum Neurosci. 2013; 7:342. PMID: 23840187.
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    16. Karnath HO, Rennig J, Johannsen L, Rorden C. The anatomy underlying acute versus chronic spatial neglect: a longitudinal study. Brain. 2011 Mar; 134(Pt 3):903-12. PMID: 21156661.
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