Maria V. Sanchez-Vives
According to our database1, Maria V. Sanchez-Vives authored at least 22 papers between 2004 and 2019.
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Can BCI Paradigms Induce Feelings of Agency and Responsibility Over Movements?
Proceedings of the Brain-Computer Interface Research - A State-of-the-Art Summary 7, 2019
Scaling of a large-scale simulation of synchronous slow-wave and asynchronous awake-like activity of a cortical model with long-range interconnections.
Violating body movement semantics: Neural signatures of self-generated and external-generated errors.
Enhancing Our Lives with Immersive Virtual Reality.
Frontiers Robotics AI, 2016
Gradual emergence of spontaneous correlated brain activity during fading of general anesthesia in rats: Evidences from fMRI and local field potentials.
Infragranular layers lead information flow during slow oscillations according to information directionality indicators.
Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 2015
Slow Oscillations: Physiology.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience, 2014
Transcending the Self in Immersive Virtual Reality.
IEEE Computer, 2014
Special Section: RAVE 2011: Real Actions in Virtual Environments Guest Editors' Introduction.
Synaptic depression and slow oscillatory activity in a biophysical network model of the cerebral cortex.
Frontiers Comput. Neurosci., 2012
Mutual information and redundancy in spontaneous communication between cortical neurons.
Biological Cybernetics, 2011
Immersive Journalism: Immersive Virtual Reality for the First-Person Experience of News.
Effective Reduced Diffusion-Models: A Data Driven Approach to the Analysis of Neuronal Dynamics.
PLoS Computational Biology, 2009
Integrated Mechanisms of Anticipation and Rate-of-Change Computations in Cortical Circuits.
PLoS Computational Biology, 2007
Understanding and Realizing Presence in the Presenccia Project.
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 2007
Neural Processing of Spatial Information: What We Know about Place Cells and What They Can Tell Us about Presence.
The Binding Problem in Presence Research.
Reconstructing synaptic background activity from conductance measurements in vivo.
Structural Statistical Properties of the Connectivity Could Underlie the Difference in Activity Propagation Velocities in Visual and Olfactory Cortices.
Proceedings of the Mechanisms, 2005
Estimating the Entropy Rate of Spike Trains via Lempel-Ziv Complexity.
Neural Computation, 2004
Characterizing spike trains with Lempel-Ziv complexity.
Biometric random number generators.
Comput. Secur., 2004