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Paul C.J. Taylor

Prof. Dr. Paul C.J. Taylor

GSN associate faculty, regular member MCN

Responsibilities

Professor of cognitive and higher vestibular disorders

Contact

Munich University Hospital (LMU)
German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders,
Marchioninistr. 15
D-81377 Munich

Phone: +49 (0)89 / 4400-76984
Fax: +49 (0) 89 4400-78795

Website: http://www.klinikum.uni-muenchen.de/Deutsches-Schwindelzentrum-IFB-LMU/de/Forschung_und_Wissenschaft/Spatial-Orientation/WII-3/index.html

Further Information

Research focus: Neurological disorders; cognitive-vestibular interactions; combined brain stimulation and recording (e.g. TMS-EEG and tACS-EEG); relationship between perception, action, attention and conscious awareness.

Keywords: Translational cognitive neuroscience, Brain Stimulation

Current GSN Students: Angela Mastropasqua, Lina Willacker

Graduated GSN Students: Dr. Francesca Bocca,

Selected publications:

Bocca, F., Töllner, T., Müller, H.J., Taylor, P.C. (2015). The right angular gyrus combines perceptual and response-related expectancies in visual search: TMS-EEG evidence. Brain Stimulation, 8(4),816-22.

Rangelov, D., Müller, H.J., Taylor, P.C. (2015). Occipital TMS at phosphene detection threshold captures attention automatically. Neuroimage, 109, 199-205.

Soutschek, A., Taylor, P.C., Müller, H.J., Schubert, T. (2013). Dissociable Mechanisms Control Conflict during Perception and Response Selection: a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation study. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(13):5647-5654

Taylor, P.C., Thut, G. (2012). Brain activity underlying visual perception and attention as inferred from TMS-EEG: a review. Brain Stimulation, 5(2), 124-9.

Taylor, P.C., Walsh,V., Eimer,M. (2010). The neural signature of phosphene perception. Human Brain Mapping, 31(9), 1408-1417.