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School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences - The University of Texas at Dallas

Sven Vanneste Publications


De Ridder, D., Vanneste, S., & Freeman, W. (in press). The Bayesian brain: phantom percepts resolve sensory uncertainty. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.


De Ridder, D., Vanneste, S., Weisz, N., Schlee, W., Londero, A., Elgoyhen, A.B. & Langguth, B. (in press). An integrative model of auditory phantom perception: Tinnitus as a unified percept of interacting separable subnetworks. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral reviews.


Vanneste, S., Congedo, M. & De Ridder, D. (in press). Pinpointing a highly specific pathological functional connection that turns phantom sound into distress. Cerebral cortex.


Song, J. J., De Ridder, D., Van de Heyning, P. & Vanneste, S. (2013). "Distressed aging: The differences in brain activity between early- and late onset tinnitus." Neurobiology and Aging, 34, 1853-1863.


Vanneste, S., Song, J. J. & De Ridder, D. (2013). Tinnitus and musical hallucinosis: the same but more. Neuroimage, 82, 373-383.


Vanneste, S. & De Ridder, D. (2013). Differences between a single session and repeated sessions of 1 Hz TMS by double-cone coil prefrontal stimulation for the improvement of tinnitus. Brain Stimulation, 6, 155-159.


Vanneste, S., van Dongen, M., De Vree, B., Hiseni, S., van der Velden, E., Strydis, C., Norena, A., Serdijn, W. & De Ridder, D. (2013). Does enriched acoustic environment in humans abolish chronic tinnitus clinically and electrophysiologically? A double blind placebo controlled study. Hearing Research, 296, 141-148.

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