His main research concerns Neuroscience, Cognitive psychology, Posterior parietal cortex, Brain mapping and Verbal fluency test. His Neuroscience research incorporates themes from Premotor cortex and Neglect. His research in Cognitive psychology intersects with topics in Prefrontal cortex, Episodic memory and Spatial memory.
The Posterior parietal cortex study combines topics in areas such as Parietal lobe, Anterior cingulate cortex and Functional specialization. His studies deal with areas such as Cerebellar hemisphere, Cognition and Statistical parametric mapping as well as Brain mapping. As part of the same scientific family, Peter H. Weiss usually focuses on Verbal fluency test, concentrating on Stereotaxic technique and intersecting with Functional magnetic resonance imaging.
His main research concerns Neuroscience, Cognitive psychology, Posterior parietal cortex, Apraxia and Audiology. His work in Neuroscience addresses subjects such as Parkinson's disease, which are connected to disciplines such as Urinary bladder and Central nervous system disease. Statistical parametric mapping is closely connected to Brain mapping in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cognitive psychology.
His Posterior parietal cortex study combines topics in areas such as Parietal lobe, Anterior cingulate cortex, Functional imaging and Lingual gyrus. Peter H. Weiss has researched Apraxia in several fields, including Stroke, Neurorehabilitation, Lateralization of brain function and Angular gyrus. His research integrates issues of Verbal fluency test and Stereotaxic technique in his study of Functional magnetic resonance imaging.
His primary areas of investigation include Audiology, Stroke, Apraxia, Lateralization of brain function and Aphasia. Peter H. Weiss usually deals with Audiology and limits it to topics linked to Lesion and Imitation. The various areas that Peter H. Weiss examines in his Stroke study include Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Neuropsychology.
His Lateralization of brain function research incorporates elements of Neural correlates of consciousness, Voxel, Angular gyrus and Posterior parietal cortex. Cognition is a subfield of Neuroscience that Peter H. Weiss studies. Peter H. Weiss incorporates Neuroscience and Action in his research.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Lateralization of brain function, Stroke, Aphasia, Apraxia and Neuropsychology. His Lateralization of brain function research includes elements of Neural correlates of consciousness, Voxel and Gesture. His specific area of interest is Stroke, where he studies Stroke patient.
The study of Aphasia is intertwined with the study of Audiology in a number of ways. His Neuropsychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Transcranial direct-current stimulation, Neurorehabilitation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Posterior parietal cortex. His Limb apraxia research integrates issues from Parietal lobe, Hemiparesis and Angular gyrus, Cognition.
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Differential remoteness and emotional tone modulate the neural correlates of autobiographical memory.
Martina Piefke;Peter H. Weiss;Karl Zilles;Hans J. Markowitsch.
Safety and efficacy of pallidal or subthalamic nucleus stimulation in advanced PD
J. Volkmann;N. Allert;J. Voges;P. H. Weiss.
Line bisection judgments implicate right parietal cortex and cerebellum as assessed by fMRI
G. R. Fink;J. C. Marshall;N. J. Shah;P. H. Weiss.
Analysis of neural mechanisms underlying verbal fluency in cytoarchitectonically defined stereotaxic space--the roles of Brodmann areas 44 and 45.
Katrin Amunts;Peter H. Weiss;Peter H. Weiss;Hartmut Mohlberg;Peter Pieperhoff.
Crossmodal processing of object features in human anterior intraparietal cortex: an fMRI study implies equivalencies between humans and monkeys.
Christian Grefkes;Peter H. Weiss;Karl Zilles;Gereon R. Fink.
Neural consequences of acting in near versus far space: a physiological basis for clinical dissociations
Peter H. Weiss;John C. Marshall;Gilbert Wunderlich;Lutz Tellmann.
The Neural Basis of Vertical and Horizontal Line Bisection Judgments: An fMRI Study of Normal Volunteers
Gereon R. Fink;Gereon R. Fink;John C. Marshall;Peter H. Weiss;Karl Zilles;Karl Zilles.
Bilateral high-frequency stimulation of the internal globus pallidus in advanced Parkinson's disease.
J. Volkmann;V. Sturm;P. Weiss;J. Kappler.
Annals of Neurology (1998)
DJ-1 (PARK7) mutations are less frequent than Parkin (PARK2) mutations in early-onset Parkinson disease.
K. Hedrich;A. Djarmati;N. Schäfer;R. Hering.
Gender differences in the functional neuroanatomy of emotional episodic autobiographical memory.
Martina Piefke;Peter H. Weiss;Hans J. Markowitsch;Gereon R. Fink.
Human Brain Mapping (2005)
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