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    1. Kratskin, I; Hummel, T; Hastings, L; Doty, R
      3-Methylindole alters both olfactory and trigeminal nasal mucosal potentials in rats

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Geisler, MW; Murphy, C
      Event-related brain potentials to attended and ignored olfactory and trigeminal stimuli

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Kobal, G; Kettenmann, B
      Olfactory functional imaging and physiology

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Leopold, DA; Hummel, T; Schwob, JE; Hong, SC; Knecht, M; Kobal, G
      Anterior distribution of human olfactory epithelium

      LARYNGOSCOPE
    5. Welge-Luessen, A; Kobal, G; Wolfensberger, M
      Laryngectomees using the Sniffin'Sticks test battery and chemosensory evoked potentials

      LARYNGOSCOPE
    6. Geisler, MW; Morgan, CD; Covington, JW; Murphy, C
      Neuropsychological performance and cognitive olfactory event-related brainpotentials in young and elderly adults

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    7. Geisler, MW; Schlotfeldt, CR; Middleton, CB; Dulay, MF; Murphy, C
      Traumatic brain injury assessed with olfactory event-related brain potentials

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Nordin, S; Quinonez, C; Morgan, CD; Geisler, MW; Polich, J; Murphy, C
      Olfactory event-related potentials in young and elderly adults: Evaluationof tracking task versus eyes open/closed recording

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    9. Yousem, DM; Maldjian, JA; Hummel, T; Alsop, DC; Geckle, RJ; Kraut, MA; Doty, RL
      The effect of age on odor-stimulated functional MR imaging

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NEURORADIOLOGY
    10. Morgan, CD; Geisler, MW; Covington, JW; Polich, J; Murphy, C
      Olfactory P3 in young and older adults

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    11. Yousem, DM; Maldjian, JA; Siddiqi, F; Hummel, T; Alsop, DC; Geckle, RJ; Bilker, WB; Doty, RL
      Gender effects on odor-stimulated functional magnetic resonance imaging

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. KRAUEL K; PAUSE BM; SOJKA B; SCHOTT P; FERST R
      ATTENTIONAL MODULATION OF CENTRAL ODOR PROCESSING

      Chemical senses
    13. TATEYAMA T; HUMMEL T; ROSCHER S; POST H; KOBAL G
      RELATION OF OLFACTORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS TO CHANGES IN STIMULUSCONCENTRATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    14. KOBAL G; HUMMEL T
      OLFACTORY AND INTRANASAL TRIGEMINAL EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN ANOSMIC PATIENTS

      The Laryngoscope
    15. MORGAN CD; COVINGTON JW; GEISLER MW; POLICH J; MURPHY C
      OLFACTORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS - OLDER MALES DEMONSTRATE THE GREATEST DEFICITS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    16. HUMMEL T; BARZ S; LOTSCH J; ROSCHER S; KETTENMANN B
      LOSS OF OLFACTORY FUNCTION LEADS TO A DECREASE OF TRIGEMINAL SENSITIVITY

      Chemical senses
    17. HUMMEL T; ROSCHER S; JAUMANN MP; KOBAL G
      INTRANASAL CHEMORECEPTION IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITIES - A DOUBLE-BLIND INVESTIGATION

      Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology
    18. PAUSE BM; SOJKA B; KRAUEL K; FERSTL R
      THE NATURE OF THE LATE POSITIVE COMPLEX WITHIN THE OLFACTORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL (OERP)

      Psychophysiology
    19. HUMMEL T; KNECHT M; KOBAL G
      PERIPHERALLY OBTAINED ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO OLFACTORY STIMULATION IN MAN - ELECTRO-OLFACTOGRAMS EXHIBIT A SMALLER DEGREE OF DESENSITIZATION COMPARED WITH SUBJECTIVE INTENSITY ESTIMATES

      Brain research
    20. BECKER E; HUMMEL T; PIEL E; PAULI E; KOBAL G; HAUTZINGER M
      OLFACTORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN PSYCHOSIS-PRONE SUBJECTS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    21. THURAUF N; HUMMEL T; KETTENMANN B; KOBAL G
      NOCICEPTIVE AND REFLEXIVE RESPONSES RECORDED FROM THE HUMAN NASAL-MUCOSA

      Brain research


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