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2018

85_PaperThumbnail.png[85]    Jiang, J., Ahnen, L., Lindner, S., Di Costanzo Mata, Kalyanov, A., Scholkmann, F., Wolf, M. & Sánchez Majos, S. (2018). Discrimination of complex activation patterns in near infrared optical tomography with artificial neural networks. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 313-318 [IF: 1.881]
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84_PaperThumbnail.png[84]    Isler, H., Kleiser, S., Ostojic, D., Scholkmann, F., Karen, T. & Wolf, M. (2018). Liquid blood phantoms to validate NIRS oximeters: Yeast versus nitrogen for deoxygenation. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 381-385 [IF: 1.881]
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83_PaperThumbnail.png[83]    Zohdi, H., Scholkmann, F., Nasseri, N. & Wolf, U. (2018). Long-term changes in optical properties (μa, μs, μeff and DPF) of human head tissue during functional neuroimaging experiments. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 331-337 [IF: 1.881]
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82_PaperThumbnail.png[82]    Nasseri, N., Caicedo, A., Scholkmann, F., Zohdi, H. & Wolf, U. (2018). Impact of changes in systemic physiology on fNIRS/NIRS signals: Analysis based on oblique subspace projections decomposition. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 119-125 [IF: 1.881]
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81_PaperThumbnail.png[81]    Ostojic, D., Kleiser, S., Nasseri, N., Isler, H., Andresen, B., Wabnitz, H., Karen, T., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2018). In vitro comparisons of near-infrared spectroscopy oximeters: Impact of slow changes in scattering of liquid phantoms. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 375-379 [IF: 1.881]
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80_PaperThumbnail.png[80]    Scholkmann, F., Velasco Herrera, G., Karen, T., Isler, H., Ostojic, D. Velasco Herrera, V.M., Wolf, U. & Wolf, M. (2018). Synchronized oscillations of arterial oxygen saturation, cerebral tissue oxygenation and heart rate in preterm neonates: Investigation of long-term measurements with multiple Einstein’s cross wavelet analysis. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 157-161 [IF: 1.881]
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79_PaperThumbnail.png[79]    Vrana, A., Scholkmann F., Wirth B., Flueck M. & Humphreys B.K. (2018). Changes in spinal muscle oxygenation and perfusion during the Biering-Sørensen test: Preliminary results of a study employing NIRS-based muscle oximetry. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 103-109 [IF: 1.881]
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78_PaperThumbnail.png[78]    Scholkmann, F., Zohdi H., Nasseri N. & Wolf U. (2018). Absolute values of optical properties (μa, μ΄s, μeff and DPF) of human head Tissue: Dependence on head region and Individual. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1072, 325-330 [IF: 1.881]
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77_PaperThumbnail.png[77]    Castellana, S., Mazza, T., Capocefalo, D., Genov, N., Biagini, T., Fusilli, C., Scholkmann, F., Relógio, F., Hogenesch, J.B. & Mazzoccoli, G. (2018). Systematic analysis of mouse genome reveals distinct evolutionary and functional properties among circadian and ultradian genes. Frontiers in Physiology, 9, 1178 [IF: 3.394]
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76_PaperThumbnail.png[76]    Kleiser, S., Ostojic, D., Nasseri, N., Isler, H., Bucher, H. U., Basserl, D., Wolf, M., Scholkmann, F. & Karen, T. (2017). In vivo precision assessment of a novel tissue oximeter in neonates under consideration of systemic hemodynamic fluctuations. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 23 (06)
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75_PaperThumbnail.png[75]    Kloter, E., Barrueto, K., Klein, S.D., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, U. (2018). Heart rate variability as a prognostic factor for cancer survival – A systematic review. Frontiers in Physiology, 9, 623 [IF: 4.143]
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74_PaperThumbnail.png[74]    Scholkmann, F. (2018). Chemical pneumonia due to air pollution after New Year’s fireworks in 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany: A case report. Matters, article ID: 20180400000 [IF: -]
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73_PaperThumbnail[73]    Scholkmann, F., Van de Kraats, E.V., Van Wijk, R., Van Wirk, E.P. & Van der Greef, J. (2018). Spatio-temporal dynamics of spontaneous ultra-weak photon emission (autoluminescence) from human hands measured with an EMCCD camera: Dependence on time of day, date and individual subject. Matters, article ID: 201803000001 [IF: -]
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72_PaperThumbnail.png[72]    Scholkmann, F., Seidel, D., Funk, R.H.W. & Roehlecke, C. (2018). Ultrastructural features (bulges) of membrane nanotubes between cone-like photoreceptor cells: An investigation employing scanning electron microscopy. Matters, article ID: 201802000011 [IF: -]
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71_PaperThumbnail.png[71]    Aschwanden, M.J., Scholkmann, F., Béthune, W., Schmutz, W., Abramenko, V., Cheung, M.C.M., Müller, D., Benz, A., Chernov, G., Krisuk, A.G., Scargle, J.D., Melatos, A., Wagoner, R.V., Trimble, V. & Green, W.H. (2018). Order out of randomness: Self-organization processes in astrophysics. Space Science Review, 214 (55) [IF: 7.397]
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70_PaperThumbnail.png[70]    Pfeifer, M.D., Scholkmann, F. & Labruyère, R. (2018). Signal processing in functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS): Methodological differences lead to different statistical results. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11 (article 641) [IF: 3.209]
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69_PaperThumbnail.png[69]    Salari, V., Barzanjeh, S., Cifra, M., Simon, C., Scholkmann, F., Alirezaei, Z. & Tuszynski, J.A. (2018). Electromagnetic fields and optomechanics in cancer diagnostics and treatment. Frontiers in Bioscience, 23 (1), 1391-1406. [IF: 2.484]
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2017

68_PaperThumbnail[68]    Kleiser, S., Ostojic, D., Andresen, B., Nasseri, N., Isler, H., Scholkmann, F., Karen, T., Greisen, G. & Wolf, M. (2017). Comparison of tissue oximeters on a liquid phantom with adjustable optical properties: an extension. Biomedical Optics Express, 9 (1), 86-101. [IF: 3.337]
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67_PaperThumbnail.png[67]    Scholkmann, F., Hafner, T., Metz, A.J., Wolf, M. & Wolf, U. (2017). Effect of short-term colored-light exposure on cerebral hemodynamics and oxygenation, and systemic physiological activity. Neurophotonics, 4 (4), 045005
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66_PaperThumbnail.png[66]    Aschwanden, M. & Scholkmann, F. (2017). Exoplanet predictions based on harmonic orbit resonances. Galaxies, 5 (4), 56.
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65_PaperThumbnail[65]    Salari, V., Scholkmann, F., Vimal, R.L.P., Császár, N., Aslani, M. & Bókkon, I. (2017). Phosphenes, retinal discrete dark noise, negative afterimages and retinogeniculate projections: A new explanatory framework based on endogenous ocular luminescence. Progress in Retinal Eye Research, 60, 101-119. [IF: 11.587]
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64_PaperThumbnail.png[64]    Madl, P., Verwanger, T., Geppert, M. & Scholkmann, F. (2017). Oscillations of ultra-weak photon emission from cancer and non-cancer cells stressed by culture medium change and TNF-α. Scientific Reports, 7, 11249. [IF: 4.259]
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63_PaperThumbnail.png[63]    Metz, A.J., Klein, S.D., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, U. (2017). Continuous coloured light altered human brain haemodynamics and oxygenation assessed by systemic physiology augmented functional near-infrared spectroscopy. Scientific Reports, 7, 10027. [IF: 4.259]
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62_PaperThumbnail[62]    Zimeo Morais, G.A., Scholkmann, F., Balardin, J.B., Furucho, R.A., de Paula, R.V.C., Biazoli, C.E. & Sato, J.R. (2017). Non-neuronal evoked and spontaneous hemodynamic changes in the anterior temporal region of the human head may lead to misinterpretations of functional near-infrared spectroscopy signals. Neurophotonics, 5 (1), 011002. [IF: 2.740]
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61_PaperThumbnail.png[61]    Wyser, D., Lambercy, O., Scholkmann, F., Wolf, M. & Gassert, R. (2017). Wearable and modular functional near-infrared spectroscopy instrument with multidistance measurements at four wavelengths. Neurophotonics, 4 (4), 041413. [IF: 2.740]
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60_PaperThumbnail.png[60]   Herold, F., Wiegel, P., Scholkmann, F., Thiers, A., Hamacher, D. & Schega, L. (2017). Functional near-infrared spectroscopy in movement science: a systematic review on cortical activity in postural and walking tasks. Neurophotonics, 4 (4), 041403. [IF: 2.740]
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59_PaperThumbnail.png[59]    Metz, A. J., Klein, S.D., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, U. (2017). Physiological effects of continuous colored light exposure on Mayer wave activity in cerebral hemodynamics: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) study. Advances in Experimental Biology and Medicine, 977, 277-283. [IF: 1.953]
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58_PaperThumbnail.png[58]    Scholkmann, F., Milián-Sánchez, V., Mocholí-Saldeceo, A., Milán, C., Kolombet, V. A. & Verdú, G. (2017).
Anomalous effects of radioactive decay rates and capacitance values measured inside a modified Faraday cage: Correlations with space weather.
Europhysics Letters, 117, 62002. [IF: 1.963]
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57_PaperThumbnail.png[57]    Holper, L., Scholkmann, F. & Seifritz, E. (2017). Prefrontal hemodynamic after-effects caused by rebreathing may predict affective states – A multimodal functional near-infrared spectroscopy study. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 11 (2), 461-472. [IF: 3.985]
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56_PaperThumbnail.png[56]    Zunino, L., Olivares, F., Scholkmann, F., Rosso, O. A. (2017). Permutation entropy based time series analysis: Equalities in the input signal can lead to false conclusions. Physics Letters A, 281 (22), 1883-1892. [IF: 1.68]
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55_PaperThumbnail[55]    Kapócs, G., Scholkmann, F., Salari, V., Császár, N., Szöke, H. & Bókkon, I. (2017). Possible role of biochemiluminescent photons for lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)-induced phosphenes and visual hallucinations. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 28 (1), 77-86. [IF: 3.19]
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2016

 

54_PaperThumbnail.png[54]    Császár, N., Scholkmann, F., Kapócs, G. & Bókkon, I. (2016). The “hidden observer” as the cognitive unconscious during hypnosis. Activitas Nervosa Superior, 58 (3-4), 51-61. [IF: 0.5]
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53_PaperThumbnail.png[53]    Scholkmann, F., Nagel, D.J., DeChiaro, L. F. (2016). Electromagnetic emission in the kHz to GHz range associated with heat production during electrochemical loading of deuterium into palladium: A summary and analysis of results obtained by different research groups. Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, 19 (2), 325–335. [IF: n.a.]
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52_PaperThumbnail.png[52]    Vrana, A., Meier, M.L., Hotz-Boendermaker, S., Humphreys, B.K. & Scholkmann, F. (2016). Different mechanosensory stimulations of the lower back elicit specific changes in hemodynamics and oxygenation in cortical sensorimotor areas—A fNIRS study. Brain and Behavior, 6 (12), e00575. [IF: 2.13]
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51_PaperThumbnail.png[51]    Caldwell, M., Scholkmann, F., Wolf, U., Wolf, M., Elwell, C. & Tachtsidis, I. (2016). Modelling confounding effects from extracerebral contamination and systemic factors on functional near-infrared spectroscopy. NeuroImage, 143, 91-105. [IF: 5.46]
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50_PaperThumbnail.png[50]    Vrana, A., Meier, M., Hotz-Boendermaker, S., Humyphreys, B.K. & Scholkmann, F. (2016). Cortical sensorimotor processing of painful pressure in patients with chronic lower back pain – An optical neuroimaging study using fNIRS. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10 (article 578). [IF: 3.63]
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49_PaperThumbnail.png[49]    Scholkmann, F., Miscio, G., Tarquini, R., Bosi, A., Rubino, R., di Mauro, L. & Mazzoccoli, G. (2016). The circadecadal rhythm of oscillation of umbilical cord blood parameters correlates with geomagnetic activity – An analysis of long-term measurements (1999–2011). Chronobiology International, 1-2. [IF: 3.54]
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48_PaperThumbnail.png[48]    Scholkmann, F. & Nagel, D.J. (2016). Is the abundance of elements in Earth’s crust correlated with LENR transmutation rates? Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, 19 (2), 281–286. [IF: n.a.]
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47_PaperThumbnail.png[47]    Bókkon, I., Scholkmann, F., Salari, V., Császár, N., Gábor, H. (2016). Endogenous spontaneous ultraweak photon emission in the formation of eye-specific retinogeniculate projections before birth. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 27 (4), 411–420. [IF: 3.19]
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46_PaperThumbnail.png[46]    Scholkmann, F. (2016). Long range physical cell-to-cell signalling via mitochondria inside membrane nanotubes: a hypothesis. Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling, 13, 1–22. [IF: 1.03]
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45_PaperThumbnail.png[45]    Holper, L., Seifritz, E. & Scholkmann, F. (2016). Short-term pulse rate variability is better characterized by functional near-infrared spectroscopy than by photoplethysmography. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 21 (9), 091308. [IF: 2.86]
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44_PaperThumbnail.png[44]    Császár, N., Scholkmann, F., Salari, V., Szöke, H. & Bókkon, I. (2016). Phosphene perception is due to the ultra-weak photon emission produced in various parts of the visual system: glutamate in the focus. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 27 (3), 291–299. [IF: 3.19]
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43_PaperThumbnail.png[43]    Chong, C., Scholkmann, F., Bachmann, S.B., Luciani, P., Leroux, J.-C., Detmar, M. & Proulx, S.T. (2016). In vivo visualization and quantification of collecting lymphatic vessel contractility using near-infrared imaging. Scientific Reports, 6, 22930. [IF: 5.23]
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42_PaperThumbnail.png[42]    Tachtsidis, I. & Scholkmann, F. (2016). False positives and false negatives in functional NIRS: issues, challenges and the way forward. Neurophotonics, 3 (3), 030401 [IF: 2.74]
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41_PaperThumbnail.png[41]    Salari, V., Scholkmann, F., Bokkon, I., Shahbazi, F., Dai, J. and Tuszynski, J. (2016). The physical mechanism for retinal discrete dark noise: thermal activation or cellular ultraweak photon emission? PLoS ONE, 11 (3), e0148336. [IF: 3.06]
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40_PaperThumbnail.png[40]    Scholkmann, F. & Sieber, O.D. (2016). Possible oscillations in high-precision measurements of Newton’s gravitational constant – A reassessment based on the generalize Lomb-Scargle periodogram. Europhysics Letters, 113 (2), 20001. [IF: 1.96]
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39_PaperThumbnail.png[39]    Hapuarachchi, T., Scholkmann, F., Caldwell, M., Hagmann, C., Kleiser, S., Metz, A.J., Pastewski, M., Wolf, M. & Tachtsidis, I. (2016). Simulation of preterm neonatal brain metabolism during functional neuronal activation using a computational model. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 876, 111-120. [IF: 1.95]
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38_PaperThumbnail.png[38]    Kleiser, S., Pastewski, M., Hapuarachchi, T., Hagmann, C., Fauchère, J.-C., Tachtsidis, I., Wolf, M. & Scholkmann, F. (2016). Characterizing fluctuations of arterial and cerebral tissue oxygenation in preterm neonates by means of data analysis techniques for nonlinear dynamical systems. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 876, 511-519. [IF: 1.95] [Abstract]
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2015

 

37_PaperThumbnail.png[37]    Metz, A.J., Martin, W., Achermann, P. & Scholkmann, F. (2015). A new approach for automatic removal of movement artifacts in near-infrared spectroscopy time series by means of acceleration data. Algorithms, 8 (4), 1052-1075. [IF: 1.44]
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36_PaperThumbnail.png[36]    Holper, L., Scholkmann, F. & Seifritz, E. (2015). Time–frequency dynamics of the sum of intra- and extracerebral hemodynamic functional connectivity during resting-state and respiratory challenges assessed by multimodal functional near-infrared spectroscopy. NeuroImage, 120, 481-492. [IF: 6.38]
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35_PaperThumbnail.png[35]    Scholkmann, F. (2015).
Two emerging topics regarding long-range physical signaling in neurosystems: Membrane nanotubes and electromagnetic fields.
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 14 (2), 1-19. [IF: 0.94]
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34_PaperThumbnail.png[34]    Moradi, N., Scholkmann, F. & Salari, V. (2015).
A study of quantum mechanical probabilities in the classical Hodgkin–Huxley model.
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 14 (1), 1-17. [IF: 0.94]
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33_PaperThumbnail.png[33]    Gygax, L., Reefmann, N., Pilheden, T., Scholkmann, F. & Keeling, L. (2015).
Dog behavior but not frontal brain reaction changes in repeated positive interactions with a human: A non-invasive pilot study using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS).
Behavioural Brain Research, 281, 172-176. [IF: 3.03] [Abstract] [Full paper (pdf)] [Comments (pdf)]
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2014

 

32_PaperThumbnail.png[32]    Scholkmann, F. & Nagel, D.J. (2014).
Statistical analysis of transmutation data from low-energy nuclear reaction experiments and comparison with a model-based prediction of Widom and Larsen.
Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, 13, 485-494.
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31_PaperThumbnail.png[31]    Holper, L., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2014).
The relationship between sympathetic nervous activity and cerebral hemodynamics and oxygenation: A study using skin conductance measurement and functional near-infrared spectroscopy.
Behavioural Brain Research, 270, 95–107. [IF: 3.03]
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30_PaperThumbnail.png[30]    Burnos, S., Hilfiker, P., Sürücü, O., Scholkmann, F., Krayenbühl, N., Grunwald, T., Sarnthein, J. (2014).
Human intracranial High Frequency Oscillations (HFOs) detected by automatic time-frequency analysis.
PLOS ONE, 9 (4), e94381. [IF: 3.23]
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29_PaperThumbnail.png[29]    Holper, L., Gross, A., Scholkmann, F., Humphreys, K., Meier, M., Wolf, M. & Boendermaker, S. H. (2014).
Physiological effects of mechanical pain stimulation at the lower back measured by functional near-infrared spectroscopy and capnography.
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 13 (1), 1-21.
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28_PaperThumbnail.png[28]    Scholkmann, F., Metz, A., & Wolf, M. (2014).
Measuring tissue hemodynamics and oxygenation by continuous-wave functional near-infrared spectroscopy – How robust are the different calculation methods against movement artifacts?
Physiological Measurement, 35 (4), 717-735.
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27_PaperThumbnail.png[27]    Scholkmann, F., Revol, V., Kaufmann, R., Baronowski, H. & Kottler, C. (2014).
A new method for fusion, denoising and enhancement of X-ray images retrieved from Talbot-Lau grating interferometry.
Physics in Medicine and Biology, 59 (6), 1425. [IF: 2.76]
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26_PaperThumbnail.png[26]    Scholkmann, F., Klein, S., Gerber, U., Wolf, M. & Wolf, M. (2014).
Cerebral hemodynamic and oxygenation changes induced by inner and heard speech: a study combining functional near-infrared spectroscopy and capnography.
Journal of Biomedical Optics, 19 (1), 017002 [IF: 2.86]
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25_PaperThumbnail.png[25]    Scholkmann, F., Kleiser, S., Metz, A.J., Zimmermann, R., Mata Pavia, J., Wolf, U. & Wolf, M. (2014).
A review on continuous wave functional near-infrared spectroscopy and imaging instrumentation and methodology.
NeuroImage, 85 (Part 1), 6-27. [IF: 6.38]
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2013

 

24_PaperThumbnail.png[24]    Scholkmann, F., Holper, L., Wolf, U. & Wolf, M. (2013). A new methodical approach in neuroscience: assessing inter-personal brain coupling using functional near-infrared imaging (fNIRI) hyperscanning.
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7 (813), doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00813. [IF: 2.91]
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23_PaperThumbnail.png[23]    Holper, L., Jaeger, N., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2013). Error detection and error memory in spatial navigation as reflected by electrodermal activity.
Cognitive Processing, 14 (4), 377-389. [IF: 1.36]
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22_PaperThumbnail.png[22]    Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2013).
General equation for the differential pathlength factor of the frontal human head depending on wavelength and age.
Journal of Biomedical Optics, 18 (10), 105004. [IF: 2.75] [Abstract] [Full paper (pdf)] [Comments (pdf)]
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21_PaperThumbnail.png[21]    Scholkmann, F., Fels, D. & Cifra, M. (2013).
Non-chemical and non-contact cell-to-cell communication: a short review. American Journal of Translational Research, 5 (6), 586-593. [IF: 3.23]
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20_PaperThumbnail.png[20]    Scholkmann, F., Wolf, M. & Wolf, U. (2013). The effect of inner speech on arterial CO2, cerebral hemodynamics and oxygenation – A functional NIRS study. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 789, 81-87. [IF: 2.15]
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19_PaperThumbnail.png[19]    Bókkon, I., Salari, V., Scholkmann, F., Dai, J., Grass, F. (2013). Interdisciplinary implications on autism, savantism, Asperger syndrome and the biophysical picture representation: Thinking in pictures. Cognitive Systems Research, 22-23, 67-77. [IF: 0.74]
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18_PaperThumbnail.png[18]    Scholkmann, F., Gerber, U., Wolf, U. & Wolf, U. (2013). End-tidal CO2: An important parameter for a correct interpretation in functional brain studies using speech tasks. NeuroImage, 66, 71-79. [IF: 6.13]
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17_PaperThumbnail.png[17]    Scholkmann, F., Schraa, O., Van Wijk, R. & Wolf, M. (2013). The effect of venous and arterial occlusion of the arm on changes in tissue hemodynamics, oxygenation, and ultra-weak photon emission. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 765, 257-264 [IF: 2.15]
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2012

 

16_PaperThumbnail.png[16]    Scholkmann, F., Boss, J. & Wolf, M. (2012). An efficient algorithm for automatic peak detection in noisy periodic and quasi-periodic signals. Algorithms, 5 (4), 588-603.
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15_PaperThumbnail.png[15]    Biallas, M., Trajkovic, I., Hagmann, C., Scholkmann, F., Jenny, C., Holper, K., Beck, A. & Wolf, M. (2012). Multimodal recording of brain activity in term newborns during photic stimulation by near-infrared spectroscopy and electroencephalography. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 17 (8), 086011. [IF: 3.16]
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14_PaperThumbnail.png[14]    Holper, L., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2012). Between-brain connectivity during imitation measured by fNIRS. NeuroImage, 63 (1), 212-222. [IF: 6.25]
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13_PaperThumbnail.png[13]    Dommer, L., Jaeger, N., Scholkmann, F., Wolf, M. & Holper, L. (2012). Between-brain coherence during joint n-back task performance: A two-person functional near-infrared spectroscopy study. Behavioural Brain Research, 234 (2), 212-222.
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12_PaperThumbnail.png[12]     Scholkmann, F., Mizuno, T. & Nagel, D. J. (2012). Statistical analysis of unexpected daily variations in an electrochemical transmutation experiment. Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, 8 (3), 37-48.
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11_PaperThumbnail.png[11]    Kobashi, N., Holper, L., Scholkmann, F., Kiper, D. & Eng, K. (2012). Enhancement of motor imagery-related cortical activation during first-person observation measured by functional near-infrared spectroscopy.
European Journal of Neuroscience, 35 (9), 1513-1521.
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10_PaperThumbnail.png[10]    Holper, L., Scholkmann, F., Shalom, E. D. & Wolf, M. (2012). Extension of mental preparation positively affects motor imagery: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study. Cortex, 48 (5), 593-603. [IF: 6.16]
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9_PaperThumbnail.png[9]    Holper, L., Kobashi, N., Kiper, D., Scholkmann, F., Wolf, M. & Eng, K. (2012). Trial-to-trial variability differentiates motor imagery during observation between low versus high responders: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study. Behavioural Brain Research, 229 (1), 29-40. [IF: 3.33]
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8_PaperThumbnail.png[8]    Spichtig, S., Scholkmann, F., Chin, L., Lehmann, H. & Wolf, M. (2012). Assessment of the short- and medium-term effects of intermittent UMTS electromagnetic fields on blood circulation using near-infrared imaging. Bioelectromagnetics, 33 (1), 40-54. [IF: 2.02]
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7_PaperThumbnail.png[7]    Biallas, M., Trajkovic, I., Scholkmann, F., Hagmann, C. & Wolf, M. (2012). How to conduct studies with neonates combining near-infrared imaging and electroencephalography. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 737, 111-117. [IF: 1.83] [Abstract]
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6_PaperThumbnail.png[6]    Spichtig, S., Scholkmann, F., Chin, L., Lehmann, H. & Wolf, M. (2012). Assessment of potential short-term effects of intermittent UMTS electromagnetic fields on blood circulation in an exploratory study, using near-infrared imaging. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 737, 83-88. [IF: 1.83]
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2011

 

5_PaperThumbnail.png[5]    Scholkmann, F., Cifra, M., Moraed, T. A. & de Mello Gallep, C. (2011). Using multifractal analysis of ultra-weak photon emission from germinating wheat seedlings to differentiate between different grades of intoxication with potassium dichromate. Journal of Physics – Conference Series, 329 (1), 012020. [IF: 0.51]
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4_PaperThumbnail.png[4]    Trajkovic, I., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2011). Estimating and validating the interbeat intervals of the heart using near-infrared spectroscopy on the human forehead. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 16 (8), 087002. [IF: 4.84]
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3_PaperThumbnail.png[3]    Wolf, U., Scholkmann, F., Rosenberger, R., Wolf, M. & Nelle, M. (2011). Changes in hemodynamics and tissue oxygenation saturation in the brain and skeletal muscle induced by speech therapy – a near-infrared spectroscopy study. ScientificWorldJournal, 11, 1206–1215. [IF: 2.01]
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2010

 

2_PaperThumbnail.png[2]    Holper, L., Muehlemann, T., Scholkmann, F., Eng, K., Kiper, D. & Wolf, M. (2010). Testing the potential of a virtual reality neurorehabilitation system during performance of observation, imagery and imitation of motor actions recorded by wireless functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS). Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 7 (1), 57-69. (correction published in Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 10 (6), 2013) [IF: 4.13]
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1_PaperThumbnail.png[1]    Scholkmann, F., Spichtig, S., Muehlemann, T., & Wolf, M. (2010). How to detect and reduce movement artifacts in near-infrared imaging using moving standard deviation and spline interpolation. Physiological Measurement, 31 (5), 649–662. [IF: 2.89]
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2. Conference proceedings papers and specific online-journal papers

C_PaperThumbnail_hemoglobinSpectra.png[9]    Ostojic, D., Kleiser, S., Nasseri, N., Isler, H., Scholkmann, F., Karen, T. and Wolf, M. (2018). Hemoglobin spectra affects measurement of tissue oxygen saturation. SPIE Conference Proceedings (San Francisco, California, USA, 27 Jan – 1 Feb)
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C_PaperThumbnail_Harmonical.png[8]    Scholkmann, F. (2017). Harmonic orbital resonances and orbital long-range order of the TRAPPIST-1 exoplanetary system. Progress in Physics, 13 (2), 125-129. [IF: n.a.]
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C_PaperThumbnail_Pluto_2.png[7]    Zaninetti, L. & Scholkmann, F. (2016). The impact crater size-frequency distribution on Pluto follows a truncated Pareto distribution: Results from a first data set based on the recent New Horizons’ flyby. Progress in Physics, 12 (1), 34-35.
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C_PaperThumbnail_Pluto.png[6]    Scholkmann, F. (2016). Power-law scaling of the impact crater size-frequency distribution on Pluto: A preliminary analysis based on first images from New Horizons’ flyby. Progress in Physics, 12 (1), 26-29.
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C_PaperThumbnail_Torsind.png[5]    Scholkmann, F. & Pugach, A.F. (2015). Unexplained oscillations in deflection angle fluctuations of a novel type of torsion balance. Progress in Physics, 11 (3), 247-251.
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C_PaperThumbnail_Indications.png[4]    Scholkmann, F. (2014). Indications for a diurnal and annual variation in the anisotropy of diffusion patterns – A reanalysis of data presented by J. Dai (2014, Nat. Sci.). Progress in Physics, 10 (4), 232-235.
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C_PaperThumbnail_Prediction.png[3]    Scholkmann, F. (2013). A prediction of an additional planet of the extrasolar planetary system Kepler-62 based on the planetary distances’ long-range order. Progress in Physics, 9 (4), 85-89. [IF: n.a.]
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C_PaperThumbnail_OSA2012Miami.png[2]    Scholkmann, F., Gerber, U., Wolf, M., Klein, S. & Wolf, U. (2012). The strong influence of CO2 on cerebral hemodynamics and oxygenation during functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) studies. Proceedings of Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging, OSA Technical Digest Series (Optical Society of America, 2012), paper JM3A.30.
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C_PaperThumbnail_ForschGemFunk.png[1]    Spichtig, S., Lehmann, H., Scholkmann, F., Chin, L. & Wolf, M.* (2009). Do UMTS electromagnetic fields affect blood circulation of the human brain? A near-infrared imaging study. FGF Workshop “Radiofrequency Fields and Health – Conclusions after 17 years work of the FGF”, Stuttgart, Germany
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C_PaperThumbnail_PNAS.png[4]    Salari, V., Bókkon, I., Ghobadi, R., Scholkmann, F. & Tuszynski, J.A, (2016). Relationship between intelligence and spectral characteristics of brain biophoton emission: Correlation does not automatically imply causation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113 (28), E5540-E5541 [IF: 9.67]
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C_PaperThumbnail_SolarTime.png[3]    Scholkmann, F. (2015). Solar-Time or Sidereal-Time Dependent? The Diurnal Variation in the Anisotropy of Diffusion Patterns Observed by J. Dai (2014, Nat. Sci.). Progress in Physics, 11 (2), 137-138.
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C_PaperThumbnail_CommendXRay.png[2]    Scholkmann, F., Revol, V., Kaufmann, R. & Kottler, C. (2015). Comment on ‘A new method for fusion, denoising and enhancement of x-ray images retrieved from Talbot–Lau grating interferometry’. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 60 (2), 925-928.
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C_PaperThumbnail_MedHypos.png[1]    Scholkmann, F. & Salari, V. (2014). Additional evidences supporting the view of the neural signal as a propagating density pulse — A comment on Barz et al. (2013). Medical Hypotheses, 82 (2), 243. [IF: 1.074]
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C_PaperThumbnail_UMTS_SNF.png[1]    Spichtig, S., Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2010). Effects of UMTS radiation on cerebral blood circulation assessed by near infrared imaging. Final Report. National Research Programme NRP 57 “Non-Ionising Radiation–Health and Environment”.
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C_PaperThumbnail_SpecEurope.png[1]    Scholkmann, F. & Wolf, M. (2012). Measuring brain activity using functional near infrared spectroscopy: a short review. Spectroscopy Europe, 24 (4), 6-10.
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6.  Book chapters

 

[1]    Fels, D., Cifra, M. & Scholkmann, F. (2015). The role of bioelectromagnetic and photobiological factors in functional and structural organization of biosystems – Towards a new paradigm in the understanding of life. Introduction chapter in: Fels, D., Cifra, M. & Scholkmann, F. (Editors) (2015). Fields of the cell. Research Signpost: Kerala, India.
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7.  Books

 

FieldsOfTheCellBook_v2[1]    Fels, D., Cifra, M. & Scholkmann, F. (Editors) (2015).
Fields of the cell.
Research Signpost: Kerala, India.
(x pages)
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8. Thesis

 

Thesis_newPhD thesis, 2014 | University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Shedding light on human brain activity – Biomedical signal processing of changes in tissue oxygenation and hemodynamics measured non-invasively using functional near-infrared spectroscopy: new methods and applications | (329 pages)
Supervisors: Prof. R. Pfeifer (Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, University of Zurich); Prof. Dr. M. Wolf (Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory, University Hospital Zurich, University of Zurich)
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Diploma_newDiploma thesis, 2008 | University of Applied Sciences, Isny, Germany; in cooperation with the ETH Zurich, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Signalverarbeitung in Bezug auf Untersuchung des Gehirns mit Licht: Entwicklung und Optimierung von Filtern und Charakterisierung von verschiedenen Signalkomponenten | (173 pages)
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. M. Wolf (Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory, University Hospital Zurich, University of Zurich); Professors: Prof. Dr. A. Donges (University of Applied Sciences, Isny); Prof. M. Rudin (Institute for Biomedical Engineering, ETH Zurich, University of Zurich)
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