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  1. Lin, R., Meng. X, Chen, F., Li, X., Jensen, O., Theeuwes, J. and Wang, B. (accepted) Neural evidence for attentional capture by salient distractors. Nat Hum Behav
  2. Jensen, O. (in press)  Distractor inhibition by alpha oscillations is controlled by an indirect mechanism governed by goal-relevant information. Commun Psychol
  3. Garner, K., Leow, L., Uchida, A., Nolan, C. R., Jensen, O., Garrido, M., & Dux, P. E. (accepted). Assessing the influence of dopamine and mindfulness on the formation of routines in visual search. Psychophysiology
  4. Pan, Y., Frisson, S., Federmeier, K.D., Jensen, O. (accepted) Early parafoveal semantic integration in natural reading. eLife
  5. Ghafari, T., Mazzetti, C., Garner, K., Gutteling, T., and Jensen, O. (accepted) Modulation of alpha oscillations by attention is predicted by hemispheric asymmetry of subcortical regions. eLife
  6. Bezsudnova, Y., Quinn, A.J., Wynn, S.C., Jensen, O. (accepted)  Spatiotemporal properties of common semantic categories for words and pictures. J Cogn Neurosci
  1. Wang, L., Brothers, T., Jensen, O., & Kuperberg, G. R. (2023). Dissociating the pre-activation of word meaning and form during sentence comprehension: Evidence from EEG representational similarity analysis. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-12.
  2. Leimeister, F., Pesquita, A., Jensen, O., Pauli, P., and Wiemer J. (2023) To remember or not to remember: Neural oscillations and ERPs as predictors of intentional associative fear learning. Int J Psychophysiol 19:S0167-8760(23)00500-7.
  3. Griffiths, B. J., & Jensen, O. (2023). Gamma oscillations and episodic memory. Trends in Neurosciences.

  4. Zhigalov, A., & Jensen, O. (2023). Perceptual echoes as travelling waves may arise from two discrete neuronal sources. NeuroImage, 272, 120047.

  5. Zhao, C., Kong, .Y., Li, D., Huang, J., Kong, L., Li, X., Huang, J., and Li, X., Jensen, O., and Song, Y. (2023) Suppression of distracting inputs by visual-spatial cues is driven by anticipatory alpha activity. PLoS Biol 21(3): e3002014. 

  6. Melloni L., Mudrik L., Pitts M., Bendtz K., Ferrante O., Gorska U., Hirschhorn R., Khalaf A., Kozma C., Lepauvre A., Liu L., Mazumder D., Richter D., Zhou H., Blumenfeld H., Boly M., Chalmers D.J., Devore S., Fallon F., de Lange F.P., Jensen O., Kreiman G., Luo H., Panagiotaropoulos T.I., Dehaene S., Koch C., and Tononi G. (2023) An adversarial collaboration protocol for testing contrasting predictions of global neuronal workspace and integrated information theory. PLoS One :18(2)

  7. Pan, Y., Popov, T., Frisson, S., and Jensen, O. (2023) Saccades are locked to the phase of alpha activity during natural reading. PLoS Biol 21(1):e3001968

  8. Li, D., Hu, Y., Qi, M., Zhao, C., Jensen, O., Huang, J., and Song, Y. (2023) Prioritizing flexible working memory representations through retrospective attentional strengthening. Neuroimage.

  9. Luther L., Horschig J.M., van Peer J.M., Roelofs K., Jensen O., and Hagenaars M.A.. (2023) Oscillatory brain responses to emotional stimuli are effects related to events rather than states. Front Hum Neurosci. 16:868549.

  10. Guo, J., Luo, X., Kong, Y., Li, B., Si, B., Jensen, O., Sun, L., and Song, Y. (2023) The effects of first-dose methylphenidate on the neural signatures of visual selective attention in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Biological Psychology

  11. Hardy, S. M., Jensen, O., Wheeldon, L., Mazaheri, A., & Segaert, K. (2023). Modulation in alpha band activity reflects syntax composition: an MEG study of minimal syntactic binding. Cerebral Cortex, 33(3), 497-511.

  12. Scheeringa, R., Bonnefond, M., Van Mourik, T., Jensen, O., Norris, D. G., & Koopmans, P. J. (2023). Relating neural oscillations to laminar fMRI connectivity in visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 33(5), 1537-1549.

  13. Popov, T., Gips, B., Weisz, N., & Jensen, O. (2023). Brain areas associated with visual spatial attention display topographic organization during auditory spatial attention. Cerebral Cortex, 33(7), 3478-3489.

  14. Zhigalov, A., & Jensen, O. (2023). Travelling waves observed in MEG data can be explained by two discrete sources. NeuroImage, 272, 120047.

  15. Jensen, O., & Ferrante, O. (2023). Prefrontal cortex oscillations update and stabilize consciousness during binocular rivalry. Neuron, 111(10), 1519-1520.

  16. Duecker, K., Shapiro, K. L., Hanslmary, S., Wolfe, J., Pan, Y., & Jensen, O. (2023). Alpha oscillations in early visual cortex support visual search through inhibition of neuronal excitability to Target and Distractor features. Journal of Vision, 23(9), 5078-5078.

  17. Minarik, T., Berger, B., & Jensen, O. (2023). Optimal parameters for rapid (invisible) frequency tagging using MEG. NeuroImage, 281, 120389.

  1. Ferrante, O., Zhigalov, A., Hickey, C., & Jensen, O. (2023). Statistical learning of distractor suppression downregulates prestimulus neural excitability in early visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 43(12), 2190-2198.
  2. Bezsudnova, Y., Koponen, L.M., Barontini, G., Jensen, O. and Kowalczyk, A. (2022) Optimizing the OPM sensing volume for MEG source reconstruction. Neuroimage 264:119747
  3. Zhao, C., Li, D., Kong, Y., Liu, H., Hu, Y., Niu, H., Jensen, O., Li, X., Liu, H., and Song, Y. (2022). Transcranial photobiomodulation enhances visual working memory capacity in humans. Sci Adv 8:eabq3211
  4. Brickwedde, M., Bezsudnova, Y., Kowalczyk, A., Jensen, O., and Zhigalov, A. (2022) Application of rapid invisible frequency tagging for brain computer interfaces. J Neurosci Methods 382:109726 
  5. Luther, L., Horschig, J. M., van Peer, J. M., Roelofs, K., Jensen, O., & Hagenaars, M. A. (2023). Oscillatory brain responses to emotional stimuli are effects related to events rather than states. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 16, 868549.
  6. Popov, T., Gips, B., Weisz, N., and Jensen, O. (2022) Brain areas associated with visual spatial attention display topographic organization during auditory spatial attention. Cereb Cortex: bhac285.
  7. Gutteling, T. P., Sillekens, L., Lavie, N., and Jensen, O. (2022) Alpha oscillations reflect suppression of distractors with increased perceptual load. Prog Neurobiol. 214:102285.
  8. Scheeringa, R., Bonnefond, M., van Mourik, T., Jensen, O., Norris, D. G., and Koopmans, P. J. (2022) Relating neural oscillations to laminar fMRI connectivity in visual cortex. Cereb Cortex: bhac154.
  9. Wislowska, M., Klimesch, W., Jensen, O., Blume, C., and Schabus, M. (2022) Sleep-specific processing of auditory stimuli is reflected by alpha and sigma oscillations. J Neurosci. 42(23): 4711-4724.
  10. Pesquita, A., Bernardet, U., Richards, B. E., Jensen, O., and Shapiro, K (2022) Isolating action prediction from action integration in the perception of social interactions. Brain Sciences 12(4):432.
  11. Ferrante, O., Liu, L., Minarik, T., Gorska, U., Ghafari, T., Luo, H., and Jensen, O. (2022)  FLUX: A pipeline for MEG analysis. Neuroimage 253:119047. pdf, youtube
  12. Hardy, S. M., Jensen, O., Wheeldon, L., Mazaheri, A., Segaert, K. (2022) Modulation in alpha band activity reflects syntax composition: An MEG study of minimal syntactic binding. Cereb cortex: bhac080.
  13. Mazzetti, C., Damatac C.G., Sprooten, E., ter Huurne, N., Buitelaar, J.K. and Jensen, O. (2022) Dorsal-to-ventral imbalance in the superior longitudinal fasciculus mediates methylphenidate’s effect on beta oscillations in ADHD. Psychophysiology 56:e14008
  1. Jensen, O., Frisson, S., Pan, Y., and Wang, L. (2021) A pipelining mechanism supporting previewing during visual exploration and reading. Trends in Cogn Sci 25:103301044. PDF, YouTube
  2. Pan, Y., Frisson, S., and Jensen, O. (2021)  Neural evidence for lexical parafoveal processing. Nature Communications 12:5234. PDF, YouTube
  3. Duecker, K., Gutteling, T., Herrmann, C., and Jensen, O. (2021) No evidence for entrainment: endogenous gamma oscillations and rhythmic flicker responses coexist in visual cortex. J Neurosci 41:6684-6698. PDF , YouTube
  4. Biau, E., Wang, D., Park, H., Jensen, O., and Hanslmayr, S. (2021) Auditory detection is modulated by theta phase of silent lip movements. Curr Research in Neurobiol, 100014.
  5. Zhigalov, A., Duecker, K., and Jensen, O. (2021) The visual cortex produces gamma band echo in response to broadband visual flicker PLOS Comp Biol 17, e1009046.
  6. Solís‐Vivanco, R., Jensen, O., and Bonnefond, M. (2021) New insights on the ventral attention network: Active suppression and involuntary recruitment during a bimodal task. Hum brain mapp 42, 1699-1713.
  7. Drijvers, L., Jensen, O.*, and Spaak, E.* (2021) Rapid invisible frequency tagging reveals nonlinear integration of auditory and visual information. Hum Brain Mapp 42, 1138-1152
  8. Kowalczyk, A.U, Bezsudnova, Y., Jensen, O., Barontini, G. (2021) Detection of human auditory evoked brain signals with a resilient nonlinear optically pumped magnetometer. Neuroimage 226, 117497
  9. An, K.M., Ikeda, T., Hasegawa, C., Yoshimura, Y., Tanaka, S., Saito, D.N., Yaoi, K., Iwasaki, S., Hirosawa, T., Jensen, O., and Kikuchi, M. (2021) Aberrant brain oscillatory coupling from the primary motor cortex in children with autism spectrum disorders. Neuroimage 29:10256
  10. Wynn, s.C., Nyhus, e., and Jensen, O. (2021) Alpha modulation in younger and older adults during distracted encoding. Eur J of Neurosci
  11. Zhigalov, A. and Jensen, O. (2021) Alpha oscillations do not implement gain control in early visual cortex but rather gating in parieto-occipital regions. Hum Brain Mapp 41:5176-5186.
  12. Hanslmayr, S., Jensen, O., and Staresina, B. (2021) Oscillatory brain mechanisms for memory formation – online and offline processes. In: Kahana, M. and Wagner, A. (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Human Memory. Oxford University Press.
  1. Kösem, A., Bosker, H.R., Jensen, O., Hagoort, P., and Riecke, L. (2020) Biasing the perception of spoken words with tACS. J Cogn Neurosci 3:1428-1437.
  2. Alzueta, E., Melcón, M., Jensen, O., and Capilla, A. (2020) The ‘Narcissus Effect’: Top-down alpha-beta band modulation of face-related brain areas during self-face processing. Neuroimage 213: 116754
  3. van Es, M.W.J., Marshall, T.R., Spaak, E, Jensen, O., and Schoffelen, J.M. (2020) Phasic modulation of visual representations during sustained attention. Eur J Neurosci.
  4. Jiang, H., Bahramisharif, A., van Gerven, M.A.J., and Jensen, O. (2020) Distinct directional couplings between slow and fast gamma power to theta phase in the rat hippocampus. Eur J Neurosci 51:2070–2081.
  5. Samerphob, N., Cheaha, D., Issuriya, A., Chatpun, S., Lertwittayanon, W., Jensen, O., and Kumarnsit, E. (2020) Changes in neural network connectivity in mice brain following exposures to palatable food. Neurosci lett 714, 134542
  6. Jensen, O., and Hanslmayr, S. (2020) The Role of Alpha Oscillations for Attention and Working Memory. In. Poeppel, D., Mangun, G.R., and Gazzaniga, M.S. (eds) The cognitive neurosciences, 6th MIT Press.
  1. Jiang, H., Bahramisharif, A., van Gerven, M.A.J., and Jensen, O. (2019) Distinct directional couplings between slow and fast gamma power to theta phase in the rat hippocampus. Eur J Neurosci 51(10):2070–2081.
  2. Mazzetti, C., Staudigl, T., Marshall, T.R., Zumer, J.M., Fallon, S.J., and Jensen, O. (2019) Hemispheric asymmetry of globus pallidus relates to alpha modulation in reward-related attentional tasks. J Neurosci 39:9221-9236.
  3. Popov, T., Gips, B., Kastner, S., and Jensen, O. (2019) Spatial specificity of alpha oscillations in the human visual system. Hum Brain Mapp 40:4432-4440.
  4. Zhigalov, A., Herring, J.D., Herpers, J., Bergmann, T.O., and Jensen, O. (2019) Probing cortical excitability using rapid frequency tagging. Neuroimage 195:59-66.
  5. Drijvers, L., van der Plas, M., Ozyurek, A., Jensen, O. (2019) Native and non-native listeners show similar yet distinct oscillatory dynamics when using gestures to access speech in noise. Neuroimage 194:55-67.
  6. Herring, J. D., Esterer, S., Marshall, T. R., Jensen, O., & Bergmann, T. O. (2019). Low-frequency alternating current stimulation rhythmically suppresses gamma-band oscillations and impairs perceptual performance. NeuroImage 184:440–449.
  7. D’Andrea, A., Chella, F., Marshall, T.R., Pizzella, V., Roman, G.L., Jensen, O., and Marzetti, L., (2019) Alpha and alpha-beta phase synchronization mediate the recruitment of the visuospatial attention network through the Superior Longitudinal Fasciculus. Neuroimage 188:722–732.
  8. Herring, J. D., Esterer, S., Marshall, T. R., Jensen, O., & Bergmann, T. O. (2019). Low-frequency alternating current stimulation rhythmically suppresses gamma-band oscillations and impairs perceptual performance. NeuroImage 184:440–449.
  1. Wang, L., Kuperberg, G. and Jensen, O. (2018) Specific lexico-semantic predictions are associated with unique spatial and temporal patterns of neural activity. eLife 7:e39061.
  2. Kösem, A., Bosker, H. R., Takashima, A., Meyer, A., Jensen, O., & Hagoort, P. (2018). Neural Entrainment Determines the Words We Hear. Current Biology 28(18):2867-2875.e3.
  3. Staudigl, T., Leszczynski, M., Jacobs, J., Sheth, S.A., Schroeder, C.E., Jensen, O., and Doeller, C.F. (2018). Hexadirectional modulation of high-frequency electrophysiological activity in the human anterior medial temporal lobe maps visual space. Current Biology 28:3325–3329.
  4. Schreiner, T., Doeller, C. F., Jensen, O., Rasch, B., & Staudigl, T. (2018). Theta Phase-Coordinated Memory Reactivation Reoccurs in a Slow-Oscillatory Rhythm during NREM Sleep. Cell Reports 25(2):296-301.
  5. Swart, J.C., Frank, M.J., Määttä, J.I., Jensen, O., Cools, R., and den Ouden, H.E.M. (2018). Frontal network dynamics reveal the neurocomputational mechanisms for cognitive control over motivated action. PLoS Biology, 16(10):e2005979.
  6. Bahramisharif, A., Jensen, O., Jacobs, J., & Lisman, J. (2018). Serial representation of items during working memory maintenance at letter-selective cortical sites. PLoS Biology 16(8):
  7. Popov, T., Jensen, O., and Schoffelen, J.M. (2018) Dorsal and ventral cortices are coupled by cross-frequency interactions during working memory. Neuroimage 17:277–286.
  8. Bramson, B., Jensen, O., Toni, I., and Roelofs, K. (2018) Cortical mechanisms supporting the control of human social-emotional behavior. J Neurosci 38(25):5739-5749.
  9. Lowet, E., Gips, B., Roberts, M.J., De Weerd, P., Jensen, O., and van der Eerden, J. (2018). Microsaccade-rhythmic modulation of neural synchronization and coding within and across cortical areas V1 and V2. PLOS Biology 16(5):e2004132.
  10. Solis-Vicanco, R., Jensen, O., and Bonnefond, M. (2018) Top-down control of alpha phase adjustment in anticipation of predictable visual stimuli. J Cogn Neurosci 30(8):1157-1169.
  11. Wang, L., Hagoort, P., and Jensen, O. (2018) Gamma oscillatory activity related to language prediction. J Cogn Neurosci 30(8):1075–1085.
  12. Drijvers, L., Özyürek, A., and Jensen, O. (2018) Hearing and seeing meaning in noise: alpha, beta and gamma oscillations predict gestural enhancement of degraded speech comprehension. Hum Brain Mapp 39(5):2075-2087.
  13. Lenartowicz, A., Mazaheri, A., Jensen, O. and Loo, S.K. (2018) Aberrant modulation of brain oscillatory activity and attentional impairment in ADHD. Biol Psychiatry 3:19-29.
  14. Marshall, T.R., den Boer, S., Cools, R., Jensen, O., Fallon, S.J., and Zumer, J.M. (2018) Alpha and gamma oscillations support complementary mechanisms for processing stimulus value associations. J Cogn Neurosci 30:119-129.
  15. Noonan, M., Crittenden, B., Jensen, O., and Stokes, M. (2018) Selective inhibition of distracting input. Behav Brain Res. 355:36-47.
  16. Wang, L., Hagoort, P., and Jensen, O. (2018) Language prediction is supported by coupling between frontal gamma and posterior alpha oscillations. J Cogn Neurosci. 30(3):432-447.
  17. Leenders, M.P., Lozano-Soldevilla, D., Roberts, M.J., Jensen, O., and De Weerd, P. (2018) Diminished alpha lateralization during working memory but not during attentional cueing in older adults. Cereb Cortex 28(1):21-32.
  1. Jensen, O. and Idiart, M. (2017) John Lisman (1944–2017) Neuron 96:961-963.
  2. Staudigl, T., Hartl, E., Noachtar, S., Doeller, C.F., Jensen, O. (2017) Saccades are phase-locked to alpha oscillations in the occipital and medial temporal lobe during successful memory encoding. PLoS Biol. 15(12):e2003404.
  3. Jensen, O. and Vissers, M. (2017) Multiple visual objects are sampled sequentially. PLoS Biol 15:e2003230.
  4. Quax, S., Jensen, O., and Tiesinga, P. (2017) Top-down control of cortical gamma-band communication via pulvinar induced phase shifts in the alpha rhythm. PLoS Comput Biol 13(5):e1005519.
  5. van Ede, F., Jensen, O., and Maris E. (2017) Supramodal theta, gamma, and sustained fields predict modality-specific modulations of alpha and beta oscillations during visual and tactile working memory. J Cogn Neurosci 29:1455-1472.
  6. Popov, T., Kastner, S., and Jensen, O. (2017) FEF-Controlled Alpha Delay Activity Precedes Stimulus-Induced Gamma-Band Activity in Visual Cortex. J Neurosci 37(15):4117-4127.
  7. Bonnefond, M., Kastner, S., and Jensen, O. (2017) Communication between brain areas based on nested oscillations. eNeuro 4(2):0153-16.2017 .
  8. ter Huurne, N., Lozano-Soldevilla, D., Onnink, M., Kan, C., Buitelaar, J. and Jensen, O. (2017) Diminished modulation of preparatory sensorimotor mu rhythm predicts attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder severity. Psychological Medicine 47:1947-1956.
  9. Jensen O., Spaak, E., and Park, H. (2017) Discriminating valid from spurious indices of phase-amplitude coupling. eNeuro 0334-16.2016.
  10. Gips, B., Bahramisharif, A., Lowet, E., Roberts, M.J., de Weerd, P., and Jensen, O. van der Eerden, J. (2017) Discovering recurring patterns in electrophysiological recordings. J Neurosci Methods 275:66-79.
  1. Gips B, van der Eerden JP, Jensen O. (2016) A biologically plausible mechanism for neuronal coding organized by the phase of alpha oscillations. Eur J Neurosci 44(4):2147-2161.
  2. Staresina, B.P., Bonnefond, M., Michelmann, S., Jensen, O., Axmacher, N., and Fell, J. (2016) Hippocampal pattern completion is linked to gamma power increases and alpha power decreases during recollection. eLife 5:e17397.
  3. Park, H., Lee, D.S., Kang, E., Kang, H., Hahm, J., Kim, J.S., Chung, C.K., Jiang, H., Gross, J., and Jensen, O. (2016) Formation of visual memories controlled by gamma power phase-locked to alpha oscillations. Sci Rep 6:28092.
  4. van de Nieuwenhuijzen, M.E, Axmacher, N., Fell, J., Oehrn, C.R., Jensen, O., and van Gerven, M.A.J. (2016) Decoding of task-relevant and task-irrelevant intracranial EEG representations. Neuroimage 137:132-139.
  5. Scheeringa, R., Koopmans, P.J., van Mourik, T., Jensen, O., and Norris, D.G. (2016) The relationship between oscillatory EEG activity and the laminar specific BOLD signal. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 13:6761-6766.
  6. van de Nieuwenhuijzen, M.E., van den Borne, E.W.P., Jensen, O., and van Gerven, M.A.J. (2016) Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Cortical Representations during and after Stimulus Presentation. Front Syst Neurosci 10:42.
  7. Vollebregt, M.A., Zumer, J., ter Huurne, N., Buitelaar, J.K. and Jensen, O. (2016) Posterior alpha oscillations reflect attentional problems in boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Clinical Neurophysiol 127:2182-2191.
  8. Jiang, H., Popov, T., Jylänki, P., Bi, K.,  Yao, Z., Lu, Q., Jensen,O., and van Gerven, M.A.J. (2016) Predictability of depression severity based on posterior alpha oscillations. Clin Neurophysiol 127:2108-2114.
  1. Marshall, T.M., Esterer, S., Herring, J.D., Bergmann, T.O., and Jensen, O. (2015) On the relationship between cortical excitability and visual oscillatory responses – a concurrent tDCS-MEG study. Neuroimage 140:41-49.
  2. Horschig, J.M., Smolders, R., Bonnefond, M., Schoffelen, J.M. van den Munckhof, P., Schuurman, P.R., Cools, R., Denys, D., and Jensen, O. (2015) Directed communication between nucleus accumbens and neocortex in humans is differentially supported by synchronization in the theta and alpha band. PLoS ONE 10:e0138685.
  3. Herring, J., Thut, T., Jensen, O., and Bergmann, T.O. (2015) Attention modulates TMS-locked alpha oscillations in the visual cortex. J Neurosci 35:14435-14447.
  4. Staresina, B.P., Bergmann, T.O., Bonnefond, M., van der Meij, R., Jensen, O., Deuker, L., Elger, C.E., Axmacher, N., and Fell, J. (2015) Hierarchical nesting of slow oscillations, spindles and ripples in the human hippocampus during NREM sleep. Nature Neurosci 18:1679–1686.
  5. Spaak, E., Fonken, Y., Jensen, O., and de Lange, F. (2015) The neural mechanisms of prediction in visual search. Cereb Cortex 26(11): 4327–4336.
  6. ter Huurne, N., Fellon, S.J., van Schouwenburg, M., van der Schaaf, M., Buitelaar, J., Jensen, O., and Cools, R. (2015) Methylphenidate alters selective attention by amplifying salience. Psychopharmacol 232:4317-4323.
  7. Marshall, T.R., Bergmann, T.O., and Jensen, O. (2015) Fronto-parietal structural connectivity mediates the top-down control of neuronal synchronization associated with selective attention. PLOS Biology 13:e1002272.
  8. Vollebregt, M., Zumer, J.M., ter Huurne, N., Buitelaar, J.K. and Jensen, O. (2015) Lateralized modulation of posterior alpha oscillations in children. Neuroimage 123:245-252.
  9. Jiang, H., Bahramisharif, A., van Gerven, M.A.J., Jensen, O. (2015) Measuring directionality between neuronal oscillations of different frequencies. Neuroimage 118:359-367.
  10. Bonnefond, M., and Jensen,O. (2015) Gamma activity coupled to alpha phase as a mechanism for top-down controlled gating. PLoS ONE 10:e128667.
  11. Jensen, O., Bonnefond, M., Marshall, T. and Tiesinga, P. (2015) Oscillatory mechanisms of feedforward and feedback visual processing. Trends Neurosci. 38:192-194.
  12. Marshall, T.R., O’Shea, J., Jensen, O., and Bergmann, T.O. (2015) Frontal eye fields control attentional modulation of alpha and gamma oscillations in contralateral occipito-parietal cortex. J Neurosci 35:1638-1647.
  13. Okazaki, Y. O., Horschig, J.M., Luther, L., Oostenveld, R., Murakami, I., and Jensen, O. (2015) Real-time MEG neurofeedback training of posterior alpha activity modulates subsequent visual detection performance. Neuroimage 107:323-332.
  14. Ketz, N.A., Jensen, O., O’Reilly, R.C. (2015) Thalamic pathways underlying prefrontal cortex–medial temporal lobe oscillatory interactions. Trends in Cogn Sci 38:3-12.
  15. Horschig, J.M., Oosterheert, W., Oostenveld, R. and Jensen, O. (2015) Modulation of posterior alpha activity by spatial attention allows for controlling a continuous brain-computer interface. Brain Topogra 28(6):852-864.
  16. Jiang, H., van Gerven, M.A.J., and Jensen, O. (2015) Modality-specific alpha modulations facilitate long-term memory encoding in the presence of distracters. J Cogn Neurosci 7(3):583-592.
  1. Lozano-Soldevilla, D., ter Huurne, N., Cools, R., and Jensen, O. (2014) GABAergic modulation of visual gamma and alpha oscillations and its consequences for working memory performance. Curr Biol 24:2878-2887.
  2. Okazaki, Y., de Weerd, P., Haegens, S., and Jensen, O. (2014) Hemispheric lateralization of posterior alpha reduces distracter interference during face matching. Brain Res S0006-8993(14)01307-9.
  3. Zumer, J., Scheeringa, R., Schoffelen, J.M., Norris, D.G., and Jensen, O. (2014) Occipital alpha activity during stimulus processing gates the information flow to object selective cortex. PLOS Biol 12(10):e1001965.
  4. Piantoni, G., Van Der Werf, Y.D., Jensen, O., and Van Someren, E.J.W. (2014) Memory traces of long-range coordinated oscillations in the sleeping human brain. Brain Mapp 36:67-84.
  5. Händel, B.F. and Jensen, O. (2014) Spontaneous Local alpha oscillations predict motion-induced blindness. Eur J Neurosci. 40(9):3371-3379.
  6. Buchholz, V.N., Jensen, O. and Medendorp W.P. (2014) Different roles of alpha and beta band oscillations in sensorimotor gating. Front Hum Neurosc 8:445.
  7. Grent-‘t-Jong, T., Oostenveld, R., Jensen, O., and Medendorp, W.P., and Praamstra, P. (2014) Competitive interactions in sensorimotor cortex: oscillations express separation between alternative movement targets. J Neurophys 112:224-232.
  8. Jensen, O., Gips, B., Bergmann, T.O.,, and Bonnefond, M. (2014) Temporal coding organized by coupled alpha and gamma oscillations prioritize visual processing. Trends in Neurosci 37:357-369.
  9. Haegens, S. Vázquez, Y., Zainos, A., Alvarez, M., Jensen, O., and Romo, R. (2014) Thalamocortical rhythms during a vibrotactile detection task. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111:E1797-1805.
  10. Spaak, S., de Lange, F.P. and Jensen, O. (2014) Local entrainment of alpha oscillations by visual stimuli causes cyclic modulation of perception. J Neurosci 34:3536-3544.
  11. Piai, V., Roelofs, A., Jensen, O., Schoffelen, J.M., and Bonnefond, M. (2014) Distinct patterns of brain activity characterise lexical activation and competition in spoken word production. PLoS One 9:e88674.
  12. Horschig, J.M., Jensen, O., van Schouwenburg, M.R., Cools, R., Bonnefond, M. (2014) Alpha activity reflects individual abilities to adapt to the environment. Neuroimage 89:235-243.
  13. Park, H., Lee, D.S., Kang, E., Kang, H., Hahm, J., Kim, J.S., Chung, C.K. and Jensen, O. (2014) Blocking of irrelevant memories by posterior alpha activity boosts memory encoding. Hum Brain Mapp 35:3972-3987.
  14. Mazaheri, A., van Schouwenburg, M., Dimitrijevic, A., Denys, D., Cools, R., and Jensen, O. (2014) Region specific oscillatory alpha activity serves to suppress distracting input across visual and auditory modalities. Neuroimage 87:356-362.
  15. Whitmarsh, S., Barendregt, H., Schoffelen, J.M., and Jensen, O. (2014) Metacognitive awareness of covert somatosensory attention corresponds to contralateral alpha power. Neuroimage 85:803-809.
  1. Bahramisharif, A., van Gerven, M., Aarnoutse, E., Mercier, M., Schwartz, T., Foxe, J., Ramsey, N.F., and Jensen, O. (2013) Propagating neocortical gamma bursts are coordinated by traveling alpha waves. J Neurosci 33:18849-18854.
  2. Roijendijk, L., Farquhar, J., van Gerven, M., Jensen, O. and Gielen, S. (2013) Exploring the impact of target eccentricity and task difficulty on covert visual spatial attention and its Implications for brain computer interfacing. PLoS One 8(12):e80489.
  3. van de Nieuwenhuijzen, M.E., Backus, A.R., Bahramisharif, A., Doeller, C.F., Jensen, O., van Gerven, M.A.J. (2013)  MEG-based decoding of the spatiotemporal dynamics of visual category perception. Neuroimage 83:1063-1073.
  4. Grent-‘t-Jong, T., Oostenveld, R., Jensen, O., Medendorp, and P. Praamstra, P. (2013) Oscillatory dynamics of response competition in human sensorimotor cortex. Neuroimage 83:27-34.
  5. Nieuwenhuis, I.L.C., Folia, V., Forkstam, C., Jensen, O., Petersson, K.M. (2013) Sleep promotes the abstraction of implicit grammatical rule. PLoS One 8:e65046.
  6. Lisman, J.E and Jensen, O. (2013) The theta-gamma neural code. Neuron 77:1002-1016.
  7. ter Huurne, N., Onnink, M., Franke, N., Kan, C., Buitelaar, J., and Jensen, O. (2013) Behavioral consequences of aberrant alpha lateralization in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Biol Psychiatry 74:227-233.
  8. Buchholz, V., Jensen, O. and Medendorp, P. (2013) Parietal oscillations code non-visual reach targets relative to gaze and body. J Neurosci 33:3492-3499.
  9. Jensen, O. and Bonnefond, M. (2013) Prefrontal alpha- and beta-band oscillations are involved in rule selection. Trends Cogn Sci 17:10-12.
  10. Bonnefond, M. and Jensen, O. (2013) The role of gamma and alpha oscillations for blocking out distraction. Communicative & Integrative Biology 6(1):e22702.
  1. Spaak, E., Bonnefond, M., Maier, A., Leopold, D.A..and Jensen, O. (2012) Layer-specific entrainment of gamma-band neural activity by the alpha rhythm in monkey visual cortex. Curr Biol 22:2313-2318.
  2. Renvall, H., Staeren, N., Siep, N., Esposito, F., Jensen, O., and Formisano, E.  (2012) Of cats and women: Temporal dynamics in the right temporoparietal cortex reflect auditory categorical processing of vocalizations. Neuroimage 62:1877-1883.
  3. Bonnefond, M. and Jensen, O. (2012) Anticipatory adjustment of power and phase of alpha oscillations protects working memory maintenance against distracters. Curr Biol 22:1969-1974.
  4. Jensen, O., Bonnefond, M., and VanRullen, R. (2012) An oscillatory mechanism for prioritizing salient unattended stimuli. Trends Cogn Sci 16:200-206.
  5. Gross, J., Baillet, S., Barnes, G.R., Henson, R.M., Hillebrand, A., Jensen, O., Jerbi, K., Litvak, V., Maess, B., Oostenveld, R., Parkkonen, L., Taylor, J.R., van Wassenhove, V., Wibral, m., Schoffelen, J.M. (2012) Good-practice for conducting and reporting MEG research. Neuroimage 65:349-363.
  6. Van Der Werf, J., Buchholz, V.N., Jensen, O., Medendorp, W.P. (2012) Reorganization of oscillatory activity in human parietal cortex during spatial updating. Cereb Cortex 23:508-518.
  7. Scheeringa, R., Petersson, K.M., Kleinschmidt, A., Jensen, O. and Bastiaansen, M.C.M. (2012) EEG alpha power modulations of fMRI resting state connectivity. Brain Connect 2:254-264.
  8. Wang, L., Jensen, O., van den Brink, D., Weder, N., Schoffelen, J.M. Magyari, L., Hagoort, P., and Bastiaansen, M. (2012) Beta oscillations relate to the N400m during language comprehension. Hum Brain Mapp 33:2898-2912.
  1. Park, H., Kang, E., Kim, J.S., Jensen, O., Chung, C.K., and Lee, D.S. (2011) Cross-frequency power correlations reveal the right superior temporal gyrus as a hub region during working memory maintenance. Brain Connect 1:460-472.
  2. Nieuwenhuis, I.L.C., Takashima, A., Oostenveld, R., McNaughton, B.L., Fernández, G., Jensen, O. (2011) The neocortical network representing associative memory reorganizes with time in a process engaging the anterior temporal lobe. Cereb Cortex 22:2622-2633.
  3. Haegens, S., Nácher, V., Luna, R. Romo, R. and Jensen, O. (2011) Alpha oscillations in the monkey sensorimotor network influence discrimination performance by rhythmical inhibition of neuronal spiking. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 108:19377-19382.
  4. Haegens, S., Luther, L., and Jensen, O. (2011) Somatosensory anticipatory alpha activity increases to suppress distracting input. J Cogn Neurosci 24:677-685.
  5. Buchholz, V., Jensen, O., Medendorp, W,P. (2011) Multiple reference frames in cortical oscillatory activity during tactile remapping for saccades. J Neurosci 31:16864-16871.
  6. Whitmarsh, S., Nieuwenhuis, ILC, Barendregt, H., Jensen, O. (2011) Sensorimotor alpha activity is modulated in response to the observation of pain in others. Front Hum Neurosc 5:91.
  7. Meeuwissen, E., Takashima, A., Fernandez, G., and Jensen, O. (2011) Evidence for human fronto-central gamma activity during long-term memory encoding of word sequences. PLoS ONE 6:e21356.
  8. Haegens, S., Nácher, V., Hernández, A., Luna, R., Jensen, O., Romo, R. (2011) Beta oscillations in the monkey sensorimotor network reflect somatosensory decision making. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 108:10708-10713.
  9. Llera A., van Gerven M., Gómez V., Jensen O., Kappen H. J. (2011)  On the use of Interaction Error Potentials for Adaptive Brain Computer Interfaces. Neural Netw 24:1120-1127.
  10. Jensen, O., Bahramisharif, A., Oostenveld, R., Klanke, S., Hadjipapas, A., Okazaki, Y. and Van Gerven, M. (2011). Using brain-computer interfaces and brain-state dependent stimulation as a tool in cognitive neuroscience. Front Psychology 2:100.
  11. Haegens, S., Händel, B., and Jensen, O. (2011) Top-down controlled alpha band activity in somatosensory areas determines behavioral performance in a discrimination task. J Neurosci 31:5197-5204.
  12. Bahramisharif, A., Heskes, T., Jensen, O. and van Gerven, M. (2011) Lateralized responses during covert attention are modulated by target eccentricity. Neurosci Lett 491:35-39.
  13. van Ede F., de Lange F., Jensen O. and Maris E. (2011) Orienting attention to an upcoming tactile event involves a spatially and temporally specific modulation of sensorimotor alpha- and beta-band oscillations. J Neurosci 31:2016-2024.
  14. Mazaheri, A., and Jensen, O. (2010) Rhythmic Pulsing: Linking ongoing brain activity with evoked responses. Front Hum Neurosci 4:177.
  15. Meeuwissen, E., Takashima, A., Fernandez, G., and Jensen, O. (2011) Increase in posterior alpha activity predicts successful long-term memory formation of word sequences. Hum Brain Mapp 32(12):2045-2053.
  16. Händel BF, Haarmeier T, Jensen O. (2011) Alpha oscillations correlate with the successful inhibition of unattended stimuli. J Cogn Neurosci 23(9):2494-2502.
  17. Handel, B., Haarmeier, T., and Jensen, O. (2010) Alpha oscillations actively inhibit unattended input. J Cogn Neurosci. Epub
  1. van Ede, F. , Jensen, O. , and Maris, E. (2010) Tactile expectation modulates pre-stimulus beta-band oscillations in human sensorimotor cortex. Neuroimage 51:867-876.
  2. Jensen, O. and Mazaheri, A. (2010) Shaping functional architecture by oscillatory alpha activity: gating by inhibition. Front Hum Neurosci 4:186.
  3. Fournier, R., Gussenhoven, C., Jensen, O., and Hagoort, P. (2010) Lateralization of tonal and intonational pitch processing: An MEG study. Brain Res 1328:79-88.
  4. van Dijk, H., Nieuwenhuis, I. and Jensen, O. (2010) Left temporal alpha band activity increases during working memory retention of pitches. Eur J Neuroscience 31:1701-1707.
  5. Bahramisharif, A., van Gerven, m., Heskes, T. Jensen, O. (2010) Covert attention allows continuous control in a BCI setup. Eur J Neurosci 31:1501-1508.
  6. Jensen, O., van Dijk, H. and Mazaheri, A. (2010) Amplitude asymmetry as a mechanism for the generation of slow evoked responses. Commentary. Clin Neurophysiol 121:1148-1149.
  7. Axmacher, N., Henseler, MH., Jensen, O., Weinreich, I., Elger, CE., Fell, F. (2010) Cross-frequency coupling supports multi-item working memory in the human hippocampus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 107:3228-3233.
  8. de Lange, F.P., Jensen, O., and Dehaene, S. (2010) Non-linear integration evidence during sequential decision making: an MEG Study. J Neurosci 30:731-738.
  9. van Dijk, H., Van der Werf, J., Mazaheri, A., Medendorp, W.P., and Jensen, O. (2010) Modulations in oscillatory activity with amplitude asymmetry can produce cognitively relevant event-related responses. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 107:900-905.
  10. Van Der Werf, J., Jensen, O., Fries, P., and Medendorp, W.P. (2010) Neuronal synchronization in human posterior parietal cortex during reach planning. J Neurosci 30:1402-1412.
  11. Haegens, S., Osipova, D., Oostenveld, R., and Jensen, O. (2010) Somatosensory working memory performance depends on both engagement and disengagement of regions in a distributed network. Hum Brain Mapp 31:26-35.
  12. Jensen O., and Hesse C. (2010) Estimating distributed representations of evoked responses and oscillatory brain activity. In MEG An Introduction to Methods (edited by Salmelin, Kringleback and Hansen). Oxford University Press
  1. Colgin, L.L., Denninger, T., Fyhn, M., Hafting, T., Bonnevie, T., Jensen, O., Moser, M.B., Moser, E.I. (2009) Frequency of gamma oscillations routes flow of information in the hippocampus. Nature 462:353-357.
  2. Takashima, A., Nieuwenhuis, I., Jensen, O., Talamini, L., Rijpkema, M., and Fernandez, G. (2009) Shift from hippocampal to neocortical centered retrieval network with consolidation. J Neurosci 29:10087-10093.
  3. Van der Werf, J., Buchholz, V., Jensen, O., and Medendorp W.P. (2009) Neuronal synchronization in human parietal cortex during saccade planning. Behav Brain Res 205:329-335.
  4. van Gerven, M., Bahramisharif A., Heskes, T., and Jensen, O. (2009) Selecting features for BCI control based on a covert spatial attention paradigm.  Neural Netw 22:1271-1277.
  5. van Gerven M., Hesse C., Jensen O. and Heskes, T. (2009) Interpreting single trial data using groupwise regularisation. Neuroimage 46:665-676.
  6. Mazaheri A., Nieuwenhuis L.C. I, van Dijk H., and Jensen O. (2009) Pre-stimulus alpha and mu activity predicts failuire to inhibit motor responses. Hum Brain Mapp 30:1791-1800.
  7. van Gerven M. and Jensen O. (2009) Attention modulations of posterior alpha as a control signal for two-dimensional brain-computer Interfaces. J Neurosci Methods 179:78-84.
  1. Osipova D., Hermes D. and Jensen O. (2008) Gamma power is phase-locked to posterior alpha activity. PLoS ONE 3(12):e3990.
  2. de Lange F., Jensen O., Bauer M., Toni I. (2008) Interactions between posterior gamma and frontal alpha/beta oscillations during imagined actions. Front in Hum Neurosci 2:7.
  3. van der Werf J., Jensen O., Fries P., Medendorp W.P. (2008) Gamma band activity in human posterior parietal cortex encodes the motor goal during delayed pro- and antisaccades. J Neurosci 28:8397-8405.
  4. Mazaheri A. and Jensen O. (2008) Amplitude modulations of brain oscillations generate slow evoked responses. J Neurosci 28:7781-7787.
  5. Hesse C., Heskes T., and Jensen O. (2008) Semi-blind identification of movement-related magnetoencephalogram components using a classification approach. Proc 30th Annual Conf IEEE EMBS, 2008.
  6. Hagoort P., Ramsey N., and Jensen O., (2008) De gereedschapskist van de cognitieve neurowetenschap. In Het brein to kijk (edited by F. Wijnen and F. Verstraten). Harcourt Book Publishers
  7. Bastiaansen M.C., Oostenveld R., Jensen O. and Hagoort P., (2008) I see what you mean: theta power increases are involved in the retrieval of lexical semantic information. Brain Lang 106:15-28.
  8. Talamini L., Nieuwenhuis I.L.C., Takashima A., Jensen O. (2008) Sleep directly following learning benefits consolidation of spatial associative memory. Learn Mem 15:233-237.
  9. Nieuwenhuis I.L.C., Takashima A., Oostenveld R., Fernandez G., and Jensen O. (2008) Visual areas become less engaged in associative recall following memory stabilization. Neuroimage 40:1319-1327.
  10. van Dijk H., Schoffelen J.M., Oostenveld R., and Jensen O. (2008) Pre-stimulus oscillatory activity in the alpha band predicts visual discrimination ability. J Neurosci 28:1816-1823.
  11. Koelewijn T., van Schie H.T., Bekkering H., Oostenveld R., and Jensen O. (2008) Motor-cortical beta oscillations are modulated by correctness of observed action. Neuroimage 40:767-775.
  12. van Schie H. T., Koelewijn T., Jensen O., Oostenveld R., Maris E., and Bekkering H. (2008) Evidence for fast, low level motor resonance to action observation: An MEG study. Soc Neurosci 3:213-228.
  1. Jensen O. and Colgin L.L. (2007) Cross-frequency coupling between neuronal oscillations. Trends Cogn Sci 11:267-269.
  2. Jensen O., Kaiser J. and Lachaux J.P. (2007) Human gamma oscillations associated with attention and memory. Trends Neurosci 30:317-324.
  3. Takashima A., Nieuwenhuis I., Rijpkema R., Peterson K.M., Jensen O., and Fernandez G. (2007) Memory trace stabilization leads to large-scale changes in the retrieval network: A functional MRI study on associative memory. Learn Mem 14:472-472.
  4. Jokisch D. and Jensen O. (2007) Modulation of gamma and alpha activity during a working memory task engaging the dorsal and ventral stream. J Neurosci 27:3244-3251.
  5. Tuladhar A.M., Huurne N.T., Schoffelen J.M., Maris E., Oostenveld R., and Jensen O. (2007) Parieto-occipital sources account for the increase in alpha activity with working memory load. Hum Brain Mapp 28:784-792.
  1. McNaughton B.L., Battaglia F.P., Jensen O., Moser E.I., and Moser M.B. (2006) Path integration and the neural basis of the ‘cognitive map’. Nat Rev Neurosci 7:663-678.
  2. Medendorp W.P., Kramer G.F., Jensen O., Oostenveld R., Schoffelen J.M., and Fries P. (2006) Oscillatory activity in human parietal and occipital cortex shows hemispheric lateralization and memory effects in a delayed double-step saccade task. Cereb Cortex 17:2364-2374.
  3. Osipova D., Takashima A., Oostenveld R., Fernandez G., Maris E., and Jensen O. (2006) Theta and gamma oscillations predict encoding and retrieval of declarative memory. J Neurosci 26:7523-7531.
  4. Mazaheri A. and Jensen O. (2006) Posterior alpha activity is not phase-reset by visual stimuli. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 103:2948-2952.
  5. Takashima A., Jensen O., Oostenveld R., Maris E., van de Coevering M., and Fernandez G. (2006) Successful declarative memory formation is associated with ongoing activity during encoding in a distributed neocortical network related to working memory: A magnetoencephalography study. Neuroscience 139:291-297.
  6. Jensen O. (2006) Maintenance of multiple working memory items by temporal segmentation. Neuroscience 139:237-249.
  7. Takashima A., Petersson K.M., Rutters F., Tendolkar I., Jensen O., Zwarts M., McNaughton B., and Fernandez G. (2006) Declarative memory consolidation in humans: A prospective functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 103:756-761.
  1. Jensen O. (2005) Reading the hippocampal code by theta phase locking. Trends in Cogn Sci 9:551-553.
  2. Osipova D., Ahveninen J., Jensen O., Ylikoski A., and Pekkonen E. (2005) Altered generation of spontaneous oscillations in Alzheimer’s disease. Neuroimage 27:835-841.
  3. Liljestrom M., Kujala J., Jensen O., and Salmelin R. (2005) Neuromagnetic localization of rhythmic activity in the human brain: a comparison of three methods. Neuroimage 25:734-745.
  4. Jensen O., Goel P., Kopell N., Pohja M., Hari R., and Ermentrout B. (2005) On the human sensorimotor-cortex rhythm: sources and modeling. Neuroimage 26:347-355.
  5. Jensen O. and Lisman J.E. (2005) Hippocampal sequence-encoding driven by a cortical multi-item working memory buffer. Trends Neurosci 28:67-72.
  1. Jensen O. (2004) Computing with oscillations by phase encoding and decoding. In Proceeding of the international joint conference of neural networks – IJCNN2004, invited paper. IEEE  1:625-630.
  2. Fries P., Fernandez G., and Jensen O. (2003) When neurons form memories. Trends Neurosci 26:123-124.
  3. Simoes C., Jensen O., Parkkonen L., and Hari R. (2003) Phase locking between human primary and secondary somatosensory cortices. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 100:2691-2694.
  4. Jensen O., Pohja M., Goel P., Ermentrout B., Kopell N., and Hari R. (2002) On the physiological basis of the 15-30 hz motor-cortex rhythm. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Biomagnetism (edited by H. Nowak, J. Haueisen, F. Giessler, and R. Huonkler), pp. 313-315. VDE Verlag GMBH, Berlin.
  5. Jensen O., Gelfand J., Kounios J., and Lisman J.E. (2002) Oscillations in the alpha band (9-12 hz) increase with memory load during retention in a short-term memory task. Cereb Cortex 12:877-882.
  6. Jensen O. and Tesche C.D. (2002) Frontal theta activity in humans increases with memory load in a working memory task. Eur J Neurosci 15:1395-1399.
  7. Jensen O. and Vanni S. (2002) New method to identify multiple sources of oscillatory activity from magnetoencephalographic data. Neuroimage 15:568-574.
  8. Jensen O., Hari R., and Kaila K. (2002) Visually evoked gamma responses in the human brain are enhanced during voluntary hyperventilation. Neuroimage 15:575-586.
  9. Jensen O. (2001) Information transfer between rhythmically coupled networks: reading the hippocampal phase code. Neural Comput 13:2743-2761.
  10. Jensen O. and Lisman J.E. (2001) Dual oscillations as the physiological basis for capacity limits. Behav Brain Sci, commentary 24:126.
  11. Silen T., Forss N., Jensen O., and Hari R. (2000) Abnormal reactivity of the approximately 20-Hz motor cortex rhythm in Unverricht Lundborg type progressive myoclonus epilepsy. Neuroimage 12:707-712.
  12. Jensen O. and Lisman J.E. (2000) Position reconstruction from an ensemble of hippocampal place cells: contribution of theta phasecoding. J Neurophys 83:2602-2609.
  13. Lisman J., Jensen O., and Kahana M. (2000) The possible role of an oscillatory short-term memory buffer in long-term memory storage. In Neural Mechanisms of Memory Formation (edited by C. H¨olcher), pp. 195-223. Cambridge University Press.
  1. Jensen O. and Lisman J.E. (1998) An oscillatory short-term memory buffer model can account for data on the Sternberg task. J Neurosci 18:10688-10699.
  2. Abbott L.F. and Jensen O. (1997) Self-organizing circuits of models neurons. In Computational Neuroscience, Trends in Research 1996 (edited by J.M. Bower). Plenum Press, New York.
  3. Jensen O. and Lisman J.E. (1997) The importance of hippocampal gamma oscillations for place cells. In Computational Neuroscience, Trend in Research 1996 (edited by J.M. Bower), pp. 683-689. Plenum Press, New York.
  4. Jensen O., Idiart M.A., and Lisman J.E. (1996) Physiologically realistic formation of autoassociative memory in networks with theta/gamma oscillations: role of fast NMDA channels. Learn Mem 3:243-256.
  5. Jensen O. and Lisman J.E. (1996) Novel lists of 7 +/- 2 known items can be reliably stored in an oscillatory short-term memory network: interaction with long-term memory. Learn Mem 3:257-263.
  6. Jensen O. and Lisman J.E. (1996) Theta/gamma networks with slow NMDA channels learn sequences and encode episodic memory: role of NMDA channels in recall. Learn Mem 3:264-278.
  7. Jensen O. and Lisman J.E. (1996) Hippocampal CA3 region predicts memory sequences: accounting for the phase precession of place cells. Learn Mem 3:279-287.
  8. Jensen O., Mosekilde E., Borckmans P., and Dewel G. (1996) Computer simulation of Turing structures in the chlorite-iodide-malonic acid system. Psysica Scripta 53:243-251.
  9. Mosekilde E., Jensen O., Dewel G., and Borckmans P. (1995) Simulation of Turing patterns in a chemical reaction-diffusion system. In Modelling and Simulation 18-19 (edited by A. Sydow). Gorden Press.
  10. Borckmans P., Jensen. O., Pannbacker V.O., Mosekilde E., Devel G., and Wit A.D. (1995) Localized Turing and Turing-Hopf Patterns. In Modelling the Dynamics of Biological Systems (edited by E. Mosekilde and O.G. Mouritsen), pp. 48-73. Springer Verlag.
  11. Jensen O., Pannbacker V.O., Mosekilde E., Dewel G., and Borckmans P. (1995) Turing structures and turbulence in chemical reaction-diffusion systems. Open Sys and Info Dyn 3:215-235.
  12. Jensen O., Pannbacker V.O., Mosekilde E., Dewel G., and Borckmans P. (1994) Localized structures and front propagation in the Lengyel-Epstein model. Phys Rev E Stat Phys Plasmas Fluids Relat Interdiscip Topics 50:736-749.
  13. Jensen O., Pannbacker V.O., Dewel G., and Borkmans P. (1993) Subcritical transitions to Turing structures. Phys Lett A 179:91-96.
  14. Jensen O., Pannbacker V.O., Mosekilde E., Dewel G., and Borckman P. (1993) Computer simulation of turing structures in reaction-diffusion systems. In 1st Copenhagen Symposium on Computer Simulation in Biology, Ecology and Medicine, August 23-25, pp. 103-109.
  15. Pannbacker V.O., Jensen O., Dewel G., and Borckmans P. (1993) Localized structures in the chlorine dioxide-iodide-malonic acid system. In NATO ARW on Spatio-temporal patterns in nonequilibrium complex systems, Santa Fe Institute, April 13-17, pp. 469-478. Addison-Wesley.
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