Cliodhna Quigley
Cliodhna Quigley
Department of Behavioural and Cognitive Biology, University of Vienna
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Stimulus-driven brain oscillations in the alpha range: entrainment of intrinsic rhythms or frequency-following response?
C Keitel, C Quigley, P Ruhnau
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (31), 10137-10140, 2014
Evolution and function of multimodal courtship displays
C Mitoyen, C Quigley, L Fusani
Ethology 125 (8), 503-515, 2019
Independent Effects of Attentional Gain Control and Competitive Interactions on Visual Stimulus Processing
C Keitel, SK Andersen, C Quigley, MM Müller
Cerebral Cortex 23 (4), 940-946, 2013
Effects of overt and covert attention on the steady-state visual evoked potential
S Walter, C Quigley, SK Andersen, MM Mueller
Neuroscience Letters 519 (1), 37-41, 2012
Feature-selective attention: evidence for a decline in old age
C Quigley, SK Andersen, L Schulze, M Grunwald, MM Müller
Neuroscience letters 474 (1), 5-8, 2010
Audio-visual integration during overt visual attention
C Quigley, S Onat, S Harding, M Cooke, P König
Journal of Eye Movement Research 1 (2), 1-17, 2008
Visual stimulus locking of EEG is modulated by temporal congruency of auditory stimuli
S Schall, C Quigley, S Onat, P König
Experimental brain research 198 (2-3), 137-151, 2009
Feature-selective attention in healthy old age: a selective decline in selective attention?
C Quigley, MM Müller
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (7), 2471-2476, 2014
Keeping focused: Sustained spatial selective visual attention is maintained in healthy old age
C Quigley, SK Andersen, MM Müller
Brain research 1469, 24-34, 2012
Competitive interactions of attentional resources in early visual cortex during sustained visuospatial attention within or between visual hemifields: Evidence for the different …
S Walter, C Quigley, MM Mueller
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (5), 938-954, 2014
Forgotten rhythms? Revisiting the first evidence for rhythms in cognition
C Quigley
European Journal of Neuroscience 55 (11-12), 3266-3276, 2022
Cholinergic manipulations affect sensory responses but not attentional enhancement in macaque MT
VK Veith, C Quigley, S Treue
BMC Biology 19 (1), 1-12, 2021
Female behaviour is differentially associated with specific components of multimodal courtship in ring doves
C Mitoyen, C Quigley, T Boehly, L Fusani
Animal Behaviour 173, 21-39, 2021
Song Is More Memorable Than Speech Prosody: Discrete Pitches Aid Auditory Working Memory
F Haiduk, C Quigley, WT Fitch
Frontiers in psychology 11, 586723, 2020
Learned components of courtship: A focus on postural displays, choreographies and construction abilities
G Spezie, C Quigley, L Fusani
Advances in the Study of Behavior, 43-108, 2022
Deciphering choreographies of elaborate courtship displays of golden‐collared manakins using markerless motion capture
J Janisch, E Perinot, L Fusani, C Quigley
Ethology 127 (7), 550-562, 2021
A Pressure Injection System for Investigating the Neuropharmacology of Information Processing in Awake Behaving Macaque Monkey Cortex
VK Veith, C Quigley, S Treue
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e53724-e53724, 2016
Video Recording and Analysis of Avian Movements and Behavior: Insights from Courtship Case Studies
J Janisch, C Mitoyen, E Perinot, G Spezie, L Fusani, C Quigley
Integrative and comparative biology 61 (4), 1378-1393, 2021
Courtship and Mating
C Quigley, L Fusani
Encyclopedia of Reproduction (Second Edition) 6, 67-71, 2018
The Effects of Pitch Manipulation on Male Ratings of Female Speakers and Their Voices
C Krumpholz, C Quigley, K Ameen, C Reuter, L Fusani, H Leder
Frontiers in Psychology, 3857, 2022
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