Thomas Hartmann

Thomas Hartmann

Senior Scientist

PLUS Faculty of Natural and Life Sciences

Department of Psychology

Research Interests

Open Source Software I maintain

Open Source Software I contribute to

My personal website with tutorial

https://thht.gitlab.io/

Publications

2022

Direct cochlear recordings in humans show a theta rhythmic modulation of auditory nerve activity by selective attention
Quirin Gehmacher, Patrick Reisinger, Thomas Hartmann, Thomas Keintzel, Sebastian Rösch, Konrad Schwarz, Nathan Weisz
Journal of Neuroscience

2021

2020

An Introduction to the Objective Psychophysics Toolbox
Thomas Hartmann, Nathan Weisz
Frontiers in Psychology
Stereotactic electroencephalography in humans reveals multisensory signal in early visual and auditory cortices
Stefania Ferraro, Markus J. Van Ackeren, Roberto Mai, Laura Tassi, Francesco Cardinale, Anna Nigri, Maria Grazia Bruzzone, Ludovico D’incerti, Thomas Hartmann, Nathan Weisz, Olivier Collignon
Cortex
Decoding across sensory modalities reveals common supramodal signatures of conscious perception
Gaëtan Sanchez, Thomas Hartmann, Marco Fuscà, Gianpaolo Demarchi, Nathan Weisz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

2019

2016

Cross-modal distractors modulate oscillatory alpha power: the neural basis of impaired task performance
Annekathrin Weise, Thomas Hartmann, Erich Schröger, Nathan Weisz, Philipp Ruhnau
Psychophysiology

2015

Listen to yourself: The medial prefrontal cortex modulates auditory alpha power during speech preparation
Nadia Müller, Sabine Leske, Thomas Hartmann, Szabolcs Szebényi, Nathan Weisz
Cerebral Cortex
Prestimulus network integration of auditory cortex predisposes near-threshold perception independently of local excitability
Sabine Leske, Philipp Ruhnau, Julia Frey, Chrysa Lithari, Nadia Müller, Thomas Hartmann, Nathan Weisz
Cerebral Cortex

2014

The strength of alpha and beta oscillations parametrically scale with the strength of an illusory auditory percept
Sabine Leske, Ada Tse, Nikolaas N. Oosterhof, Thomas Hartmann, Nadia Müller, Julian Keil, Nathan Weisz
NeuroImage
Does illusory flickering result from rhythmic sampling of visual stimuli?
Maité Crespo-García, Thomas Hartmann
Journal of Neuroscience
Prestimulus beta power and phase synchrony influence the sound-induced flash illusion
Julian Keil, Nadia Müller, Thomas Hartmann, Nathan Weisz
Cerebral Cortex
The effects of neurofeedback on oscillatory processes related to tinnitus
Thomas Hartmann, Isabel Lorenz, Nadia Müller, Berthold Langguth, Nathan Weisz
Brain Topography

2012

2011

Alpha rhythms in audition: Cognitive and clinical perspectives
Nathan Weisz, Thomas Hartmann, Nadia Müller, Isabel Lorenz, Jonas Obleser
Frontiers in Psychology
Probing of brain states in real-time: Introducing the con sole environment
Thomas Hartmann, Hannah Schulz, Nathan Weisz
Frontiers in Psychology

2009

Mapping cortical hubs in tinnitus
Winfried Schlee, Nadia Mueller, Thomas Hartmann, Julian Keil, Isabel Lorenz, Nathan Weisz
BMC Biology
Loss of alpha power is related to increased gamma synchronization-A marker of reduced inhibition in tinnitus?
Isabel Lorenz, Nadia Müller, Winfried Schlee, Thomas Hartmann, Nathan Weisz
Neuroscience Letters
Abnormal resting-state cortical coupling in chronic tinnitus
Winfried Schlee, Thomas Hartmann, Berthold Langguth, Nathan Weisz
BMC Neuroscience
Top-down modulation of the auditory steady-state response in a task-switch paradigm
Nadia Müller, Winfried Schlee, Thomas Hartmann, Isabel Lorenz, Nathan Weisz
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

2008

Using auditory steady state responses to outline the functional connectivity in the tinnitus brain
Winfried Schlee, Nathan Weisz, Olivier Bertrand, Thomas Hartmann, Thomas Elbert
PLoS ONE

2007

Tracking short-term auditory cortical plasticity during classical conditioning using frequency-tagged stimuli
Nathan Weisz, Branislav Kostadinov, Katalin Dohrmann, Thomas Hartmann, Winfried Schlee
Cerebral Cortex
Unravelling the tinnitus distress network using single trial auditory steady-state responses
W. Schlee, N. Weisz, K. Dohrmann, T. Hartmann, T. Elbert
International Congress Series
The neural code of auditory phantom perception
Nathan Weisz, Simona Müller, Winfried Schlee, Katalin Dohrmann, Thomas Hartmann, Thomas Elbert
Journal of Neuroscience

2006

High-frequency tinnitus without hearing loss does not mean absence of deafferentation
Nathan Weisz, Thomas Hartmann, Katalin Dohrmann, Winfried Schlee, Arnaud Norena
Hearing Research