Ryszard Auksztulewicz
Ryszard Auksztulewicz
Postdoctoral researcher, City University of Hong Kong
Verified email at cityu.edu.hk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Causal role of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in human perceptual decision making
MG Philiastides, R Auksztulewicz, HR Heekeren, F Blankenburg
Current biology 21 (11), 980-983, 2011
1302011
Attentional enhancement of auditory mismatch responses: a DCM/MEG study
R Auksztulewicz, K Friston
Cerebral Cortex 25 (11), 4273-4283, 2015
932015
Repetition suppression and its contextual determinants in predictive coding
R Auksztulewicz, K Friston
cortex 80, 125-140, 2016
822016
Recurrent neural processing and somatosensory awareness
R Auksztulewicz, B Spitzer, F Blankenburg
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (3), 799-805, 2012
522012
Subjective rating of weak tactile stimuli is parametrically encoded in event-related potentials
R Auksztulewicz, F Blankenburg
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (29), 11878-11887, 2013
242013
Expectation violation and attention to pain jointly modulate neural gain in somatosensory cortex
F Fardo, R Auksztulewicz, M Allen, MJ Dietz, A Roepstorff, KJ Friston
Neuroimage 153, 109-121, 2017
192017
Maintenance and manipulation of somatosensory information in ventrolateral prefrontal cortex
B Spitzer, D Goltz, E Wacker, R Auksztulewicz, F Blankenburg
Human brain mapping 35 (5), 2412-2423, 2014
192014
The cumulative effects of predictability on synaptic gain in the auditory processing stream
R Auksztulewicz, N Barascud, G Cooray, AC Nobre, M Chait, K Friston
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (28), 6751-6760, 2017
162017
Impairing somatosensory working memory using rTMS
R Auksztulewicz, B Spitzer, D Goltz, F Blankenburg
European Journal of Neuroscience 34 (5), 839-844, 2011
162011
Task relevance modulates the behavioural and neural effects of sensory predictions
R Auksztulewicz, KJ Friston, AC Nobre
PLoS biology 15 (12), e2003143, 2017
122017
Linking canonical microcircuits and neuronal activity: Dynamic causal modelling of laminar recordings
DA Pinotsis, JP Geerts, L Pinto, THB FitzGerald, V Litvak, R Auksztulewicz, ...
Neuroimage 146, 355-366, 2017
122017
Not all predictions are equal:“What” and “when” predictions modulate activity in auditory cortex through different mechanisms
R Auksztulewicz, CM Schwiedrzik, T Thesen, W Doyle, O Devinsky, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (40), 8680-8693, 2018
82018
The influence of spontaneous brain oscillations on apparent motion perception
LLO Sanders, R Auksztulewicz, FU Hohlefeld, NA Busch, P Sterzer
Neuroimage 102, 241-248, 2014
82014
Selective prefrontal disinhibition in a roving auditory oddball paradigm under N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor blockade
RE Rosch, R Auksztulewicz, PD Leung, KJ Friston, T Baldeweg
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 4 (2), 140-150, 2019
62019
Effects of propofol anesthesia on the processing of noxious stimuli in the spinal cord and the brain
G Lichtner, R Auksztulewicz, E Kirilina, H Velten, D Mavrodis, M Scheel, ...
Neuroimage 172, 642-653, 2018
52018
Nociceptive activation in spinal cord and brain persists during deep general anaesthesia
G Lichtner, R Auksztulewicz, H Velten, D Mavrodis, M Scheel, ...
British journal of anaesthesia 121 (1), 291-302, 2018
22018
NMDA receptor blockade causes selective prefrontal disinhibition in a roving auditory oddball paradigm
RE Rosch, R Auksztulewicz, PD Leung, KJ Friston, T Baldeweg
BioRxiv, 133371, 2017
22017
Sensorimotor beta power reflects the precision-weighting afforded to sensory prediction errors
CE Palmer, R Auksztulewicz, S Ondobaka, JM Kilner
NeuroImage, 2019
2019
Selective Prefrontal Disinhibition in a Roving Auditory Oddball Paradigm Under N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor Blockade
RE Rosch, R Auksztulewicz, PD Leung, KJ Friston, T Baldeweg
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 4 (2), 140-150, 2019
2019
Rhythmic temporal expectation boosts neural activity by increasing neural gain
R Auksztulewicz, N Myers, J Schnupp, AC De Ozorio Nobre
Journal of Neuroscience, 2019
2019
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