Publications

In Press
Fiebelkorn, Ian C., and Sabine Kastner. “Functional Specialization in the Attention Network”. Annual Review of Psychology (In Press): n. pag. Print.
2019
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, and Sabine Kastner. “The Puzzling Pulvinar”. Neuron 101.2 (2019): , 101, 2, 201-203. Web. Publisher's Version
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, and Sabine Kastner. “A rhythmic theory of attention”. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 23.2 (2019): , 23, 2, 87-101. Web. Publisher's Version
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, MA Pinsk, and Sabine Kastner. “The mediodorsal pulvinar coordinates the macaque fronto-parietal network during rhythmic spatial attention”. Nature Communications 10 (2019): , 10, 215. Print.
2018
Helfrich, Randolph F., et al.The neural mechanisms of sustained attention are rhythmic”. Neuron 99.4 (2018): , 99, 4, 854-865. Print.
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, Mark A Pinsk, and Sabine Kastner. “A dynamic interplay within the frontoparietal network underlies rhythmic spatial attention”. Neuron 99.4 (2018): , 99, 4, 842-853. Print.
2015
Mercier, Manuel R, et al.Neuro-Oscillatory Phase Alignment Drives Speeded Multisensory Response Times: An Electro-Corticographic Investigation”. Journal of Neuroscience 35.22 (2015): , 35, 22, 8546-8557. Print.
2013
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, Yuri B Saalmann, and Sabine Kastner. “Rhythmic sampling within and between objects despite sustained attention at a cued location”. Current Biology 23 (2013): , 23, 2553-2558. Print.
Mercier, Manuel R, et al.Auditory-driven phase reset in visual cortex: Human electrorticography reveals mechanisms of early multisensory integration”. NeuroImage 79 (2013): , 79, 19-29. Print.
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, et al.Cortical cross-frequency coupling drives perceptual outcomes”. NeuroImage 69 (2013): , 69, 126-137. Print.
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, et al.Electrophysiological evidence of atypical category processing and hemispheric asymmetries in children with autism”. Cortex 49 (2013): , 49, 1259-1267. Print.
2012
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, John J Foxe, and Sophie Molholm. “Attention and Multisensory Feature Integration”. The New Handbook of Multisensory Processing. Boston: MIT Press, 2012. Print.
Butler, John S, et al.Multisensory representation of frequency across audition and touch: High density electrical mapping reveals early sensory-perceptual coupling”. Journal of Neuroscience 33 (2012): , 33, 15338-15344. Print.
Snyder, Adam C, Ian C Fiebelkorn, and John J Foxe. “Pitting binding against selection: electrophysiological measures of feature-based attention are attenuated by Gestalt object grouping”. European Journal of Neuroscience 35 (2012): , 35, 960-967. Print.
2011
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, et al.Ready, set, reset: stimulus-locked periodicity in behavioral performance demonstrates the consequences of cross-sensory phase reset”. Journal of Neuroscience 31 (2011): , 31, 9971-9981. Print.
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, et al.Auditory facilitation of visual-target detection persists regardless of retinal eccentricity and despite wide audiovisual misalignments”. Experimental Brain Research 213 (2011): , 213, 167-174. Print.
Butler, John S, et al.Common or separable neural circuits for duration processing across audition and touch”. Journal of Neuroscience 31 (2011): , 31, 3400-3406. Print.
2010
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, John J Foxe, and Sophie Molholm. “Dual mechanisms for the cross-sensory spread of attention: how much do learned associations matter?”. Cerebral Cortex 20 (2010): , 20, 109-120. Print.
Fiebelkorn, Ian C, et al.Staying within the lines: the formation of visuospatial boundaries influences multisensory feature integration”. European Journal of Neuroscience 31 (2010): , 31, 1737-1743. Print.
2009
Finkelstein, Eric A, Ian C Fiebelkorn, and Brian Armour. “State-level Medicaid expenditures attributable to smoking”. Preventing Chronic Disease 6 (2009): , 6, 1-10. Print.

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