His scientific interests lie mostly in Neuroscience, Epilepsy, Electroencephalography, Temporal lobe and Brain mapping. Hippocampus, Non-rapid eye movement sleep, Neuroimaging, Human brain and Electrophysiology are the subjects of his Neuroscience studies. In his research on the topic of Human brain, Sensory system is strongly related with Brain activity and meditation.
His study of Epilepsy syndromes is a part of Epilepsy. His work investigates the relationship between Temporal lobe and topics such as Speech perception that intersect with problems in Cognitive psychology and Lateralization of brain function. His Brain mapping research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Precentral gyrus, Idiopathic generalized epilepsy, Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, Anatomy and Transverse temporal gyrus.
Thomas Thesen mainly focuses on Neuroscience, Epilepsy, Temporal lobe, Electroencephalography and Magnetic resonance imaging. His Epilepsy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Lesion, Pathology and Resting state fMRI. His work carried out in the field of Temporal lobe brings together such families of science as Temporal cortex, Cerebral cortex, Premovement neuronal activity, Magnetoencephalography and Ictal.
He has included themes like Olfaction, Electrophysiology, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Beck Depression Inventory in his Electroencephalography study. His studies in Magnetic resonance imaging integrate themes in fields like Brain mapping and Audiology. His study in Brain mapping is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Idiopathic generalized epilepsy and Anatomy.
His primary areas of investigation include Neuroscience, Temporal lobe, Epilepsy, Speech recognition and Cortical surface. His work in the fields of Human brain, Neuroimaging and Functional neuroimaging overlaps with other areas such as Rhythm and Explicit memory. His Temporal lobe research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Neocortex, Ictal, Electroencephalography and Premovement neuronal activity.
His research ties Local field potential and Electroencephalography together. His work deals with themes such as Functional connectivity, Hippocampal formation, Resting state fMRI, Magnetic resonance imaging and Pediatrics, which intersect with Epilepsy. Thomas Thesen works mostly in the field of Speech recognition, limiting it down to concerns involving Neural decoding and, occasionally, Neural correlates of consciousness and Stereoelectroencephalography.
Neural decoding, Speech recognition, Lateralization of brain function, Neural correlates of consciousness and Optical flow are his primary areas of study. His Neural decoding study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Neural activity, Brain–computer interface, Support vector machine and Cortical surface. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Classifier and Speech recognition.
His Lateralization of brain function research includes elements of Resting state fMRI, Functional imaging, Biomarker and Temporal lobe, Epilepsy. His Neural correlates of consciousness study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Stereoelectroencephalography.
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NeuroGrid: recording action potentials from the surface of the brain
Dion Khodagholy;Jennifer N Gelinas;Thomas Thesen;Werner Doyle.
Nature Neuroscience (2015)
Multisensory integration: methodological approaches and emerging principles in the human brain.
Gemma A. Calvert;Thomas Thesen.
Journal of Physiology-paris (2004)
Slow cortical dynamics and the accumulation of information over long timescales
Christopher J. Honey;Thomas Thesen;Tobias H. Donner;Lauren J. Silbert.
The Human K-Complex Represents an Isolated Cortical Down-State
Sydney S. Cash;Eric Halgren;Nima Dehghani;Andrea O. Rossetti.
Structural brain abnormalities in the common epilepsies assessed in a worldwide ENIGMA study.
Christopher D Whelan;Christopher D Whelan;Andre Altmann;Juan A Botía;Neda Jahanshad.
Sensory–motor transformations for speech occur bilaterally
Gregory B. Cogan;Thomas Thesen;Chad Carlson;Werner Doyle.
Heterogeneous neuronal firing patterns during interictal epileptiform discharges in the human cortex
Corey J. Keller;Wilson Truccolo;Wilson Truccolo;John T. Gale;Emad Eskandar.
Interictal epileptiform discharges induce hippocampal–cortical coupling in temporal lobe epilepsy
Jennifer N Gelinas;Dion Khodagholy;Thomas Thesen;Orrin Devinsky.
Nature Medicine (2016)
Perceptual confidence neglects decision-incongruent evidence in the brain
Megan A. K. Peters;Thomas Thesen;Thomas Thesen;Thomas Thesen;Yoshiaki D. Ko;Brian Maniscalco.
Nature Human Behaviour (2017)
Perceiving identical sounds as speech or non-speech modulates activity in the left posterior superior temporal sulcus
Riikka Möttönen;Gemma A. Calvert;Iiro P. Jääskeläinen;Iiro P. Jääskeläinen;Paul M. Matthews.
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