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Prof. Dr. Erol Başar






Contact Information


Address:

Istanbul Kültür University, Brain Dynamics, Cognition and Complex Systems
Research Center, Ataköy Campus, Bakırköy 34156
-

Istanbul

Phone
:

0090 (212) 498 4392

Fax
:

0090 (212) 498 4546

E
-
mail:

e.basar@iku.edu.tr

Homepage:

http://www.iku.edu.tr/EN/brain
-
dynamics
-
research
-
center/


Education


1968
-
1970

Post
-
Graduate Fellowship Programme in Research Center, Rockland State
Hospital, by U.S.A New York Department of Mental Health fellowship.


1965

1
968

Hanover University
and
Hamburg
University

common program

Ph.D.,
Physiology
and
Biophysics

D
octorate
Thesis
: Autoregulation of The Circulatory System.


1965



Munich and Hamburg Universities

M.Sc.,
Physics

Master Thesis: Analysis of Elementary Particle
s by High Energy Methods.


1959

1964

Munich and Hamburg Universities

B.Sc.,
Physics


1950
-

1958

French
-
Turkish
-
Lyce’e Galatasaray , Istanbul



Academic and Industrial Experience


2006
-

Present

The
director

of the Brain Dynamics, Cognition and Complex Sys
tems
Research Center at the Istanbul Kültür University.


2000
-

2006


The
director
of the
Brain Dynamics Multidisciplinary Research Center at
the Dokuz Eylul
University.


Chairman
,
the
department of Biophysics
at
Dokuz Eylul
University’s
Medical
School.


19
93
-

2002

Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TÜBITAK)
President of Brain Dynamics Research Unit and Director of Brain
Dynamics Multidisciplinary Research Group


1980
-
2000

Head of the Neurophysiology Research Group at the Physiology I
nstitute
of
the

Medical University in Lübeck


1980


Full
-
Professor


1972
-
1980

Director of
Biophysics

Institute and the coordinator of
Biophysics
Graduate Program


1973

Associate Professor


1971

Hacettepe University
,

Medical Fac
ulty, Institute of Biophysics, founding
director.


1970
-
1971

Hacettepe University, Institute of Biology, Associated Professor


1970
-

1980

Hacettepe University (H. U.), Ankara.


1968
-
1970

Appointed a postdoctoral fellow

and became
Research Assist
ant at
Nathan
Kline

Brain Research Institute of
New York Rockland State Hospital


1965
-

1968

Hamburg University Medical Faculty, research assistant in Institute of
Physiology


1964
-
1965


Hamburg University Faculty of Science, assistant.



G
uest Professorships


1984

University of California in San Diego (ABD), Neuroscience Department.
Supported by DFG.


1978
-
1979

Appointed the Richard Merton Professor of the German Research Council
at the University Kiel


1978



Physiology Institute of
Gh
ent
University
(
Belgium
)


Reviewer with the Following Journals


Neuroscience Letters,

Theoretical Biology,

Brain Research,

Brain Research Cognition,

Science Bulletin of Brain Research,

EEG and Clinical Neurophysiology,

Int. Journal of Psychophysiolo
gy,

Int. J. Neuroscience,

Biological Psychiatry,

IEEE
-
Biomedical Engineering,

Biological Cybernetics,

European Journal of Physiology,



Medical and Biological Engineering Computing,

Methods in Neuroscience,

Science,

Neuroscience



Prizes and Awards



2007


SCOPUS
Research awards

1973


TÜBITAK
Science Award of 50
th

Republic Anniversary

1970


TÜBİTAK
Encouragement Award



Employments


Following a postdoctoral fellowship of New York Department of Mental Hygiene on Brain
research at Nathan Kline Brain

Research Institute between 1968 and 1970 he was nominated as
Asst. Professor at Hacettepe University in Ankara. In 1971 he was elected as director of The
Institute of Biophysics and nominated as Assoc. Professor in 1973.


During this period (1970
-
1978) at

Hacettepe
,

the PI published several papers on brain research
and circulation research with the core philosophy on the importance of oscillatory dynamics in
physiology. The monograph EEG
-
Brain Dynamics (1980, Elsevier) was a result of this research
period.



In 1978 PI was invited to University Kiel as Richard Merton visiting Professor nominated by the
German research Council DFG.



In 1980 he took a position at the Medical University Lübeck as Professor of Physiology for a
teaching and research during a pe
riod of twenty years.


Between 2000
-
2006 PI has been Professor of Biophysics and Director of Multidisciplinary Brain
Dynamics Research Center of the Dokuz Eylul University in Izmir. He has published a
monograph on “Memory and Brain Dynamics (2004), he orga
nized a multidisciplinary and
international workshop and a The World Congress of the International Organization of
Psychophysiology (2006).


Currently PI is professor of Physiology and Biophysics and Director of the Brain dynamics,
Cognition and Complex Sy
stems at Istanbul Kultur University.


Invited Speeches by the Industrial Organizations/ Institutions


Invited lectures in

international congresses or university seminars are as follows:
(city names only shown, not in alphabetic series)


Amste
rdam, Ghent, Kopenhag (2), Helsinki, München, Magdeburg, Freiburg, Rostock, Berlin
(2), Düsseldorf, Zürich (2), New York (2), San Diego (4), Loma Linda , Berkeley (1), Rochester
(2), Stony Br
ook, N.Y., Hamburg (2), Bielefeld,
Hamburg
-
Jesteburg, Schloss
-
Elm
au (3), Havana,
Kiel (2), Hannover (2), Marburg, Stuttgart, Houston (3), Austin, Istanbul (5), Tucson
-
Arizona,
Santa Barbara, Vancouver, Taormina (2), Londra (4), Washington (2), Kiev, Rouen, Lyon,
Titisee (2) , Freiburg (2), Frankfurt, Baltimore (2), Bon
n, Dresden (2), Giessen, Graz (2), Wien,
Salzburg, Lizbon (2), Madrid, Bielefeld (2), Bremen (4), Berlin (2), Zürich (2), Mainz, Münster,
Travemünde, Lübeck, Rostock, Würzburg, München , Kiel (2), Leipzig, Santa Fee, Dortmund
(2), Los Alamos, Sydney, Pot
sdam, Jena, Colonia, Guadalajara (2).



Organization of International Conferences, Workshops and World Congress


1)

Synergetics of the Brain, Bavaria,1983 (President)

2)

Sensory and Cognitive Processing of The Brain, Berlin, 1985 (President)

3)

Brain Dy
namics: Progress and Perspectives, Berlin, 1987 (President)

4)

Induced Rhythms in the Brain Workshop, New York,1990 (President)

5)


Functional correlates of


Alpha Activity of the Brain, Lubeck,1994 (President)

6)


Brain Dynamics and Cognition Workshop, İ
zmir, 2005 (President)

7)

Olympics of the Brain, International Organization of Psychophysiology World Congress
İstanbul, 2006 (President)

8)


Brain
-
Mind in a Probabilistic Hyperspace, İstanbul, 2007 (President)

9)

10th International Conference on Cogniti
ve Neuroscience, 2008, Bodrum,(Honorary
President)

10
)

Brain Oscillations in Cognitive Impairment and Neurotransmitters, 2011, İstanbul
(President)




Graduate Students


Ph.D.
Students


1.

Çiğdem Özesmi (1972) Beynin işitme hattında sistem teorisi (Hacettepe
University
)

2.

Pekcan Ungan

Systems Theoretical Analysis of Potentials Evoked in the Cat Auditory
Cortex (1974) (Hacettepe
University
)

3.

Canan Eroğlu

Düz Kaslarda Spontane Kasılma Öz Şekillerinin Zaman ve Frekans
Alanlarında Analizi (1974)
(Hacettepe
University
)

4.

Rezzan (Durusan) Utkuçal, Serebellar Korteks Elektriksel Aktivitesinin Sistem Teorisi
Metotlarıyla Analizi (1976) (Hacettepe
University
)

5.

Atila Gönder, Systems Analysis of the Relation Between Brain’s Spontaneous and
Evoked Activities (1977) (Hacettepe
Un
iversity
)

6.

Necla (Demir) Öztürk, Düz Kasların Gerilme Cevaplarının Sistem Teorisi Metodları ile
Analizi (1977) (Hacettepe
University
)

7.

Aşkın Tümer, Değişik Hayvanlardaki Lenf Düğümlerine Ait Spontane Aktivitelerin
Sistem Teorisi Yöntemleriyle Bir Komperatif
Analizi (1978) (Hacettepe
University
)

8.

Sirel Karakaş, High Frequency Brain Potentials Evoked in Humans by Optic Stimulation
(1978) (Hacettepe
University
)

9.

Nihal Tümer, Kobay Viseral Organlarındaki Aktif Düz Kasların Dinamiğinin Bir Analizi
(1980) (Hacettepe
University
)

10.

Joachim Röschke, Eine analyse der nichtlinearen EEG
-
Dynamik, 1986, Lübeck

University

11.

Klaus Sturbeck Verleichende alayse evozierter potantiale von invertabraten und
vertebraten 1988, (Lübeck
University
)

12.

Wolfgang Duckeck, Frequenzanayse der mecha
nischen spontanaktitat der isolierten vena
portae des meerschweinchens: effekte von calcium
-
und barium
-
ionen, verapmil und
nifedipine, 1990, (Lübeck
University
)

13.

Atsuko Schütt, Untersuchungen zu der rolle biogener monoamine in der gehirnfunktion
an einem in
vertebraten
-
modell, 1995, (Lübeck
University
)

14.

Ralph Parnefjord, Untersuchungen zur dynamic der evozierten potantiale an der
hörschwelle, 1996, (Lübeck
University
)

15.

Rodrigo Quian Quiroga,Quantative analysis of EEG signals: Time
-
frequency methods
and chaos th
eory, 1998, (Lübeck
University
)

16.

Özlem Yılmaz
Fizyoterapide Kullanılmak Üzere Somatosensoriyel Uyaranların
Değerlendirilmesine Yönelik Elektrofizyolojik Bir Metotun Geliştirilmesi

(Dokuz Eylül
University
)

17.

Bahar Güntekin Yüz İfadesini Beyin Elektrofizyolojik Olarak Nasil Algilar?: Beyin
Di
namiği Yöntemleri İle Analiz, 2006 (Dokuz Eylül
University
)

18.

Adile Öniz Beyinde delta, teta ve alfa osilasyon yanıtlarının ışığında öğrenme süreçleri,
2006 (Dokuz Eylül
University
)

19.

Görsev Yener Alzheimer Hastalığı'nda Olaya İlişkin Osilasyonlar
, 2008 (Dokuz

Eylül
University
)

20.

Ayşegül Özerdem

Bipolar bozukluk tanılı hastalarda valproat monoterapisi öncesi ve
sonrası görsel uyaranlara ilişkin potansiyellerin incelenmesi, 2008
(Dokuz Eylül
University)


Projects and Funding


The PI has been the leader of an inter
national research network and has performed 18
international projects with multidisciplinary scientists from Buenos Aires to Perth. The Network
grounded at the Medical University Lübeck in 1980s and extended in 1995 in Turkey, was
supported by grants of r
ecognized
German (DFG, BMBF, VW), European (BIRCH II),
American (McDonnell)
and

Turkish (TÜBITAK)

granting agencies.


Visitors


Several scientists have visited laboratories of PI and most of them started cooperation: T.H.
Bullock (San Diego), H. Stampfer

(Perth), H. Saermark (Copenhagen), A. von Stein (Vienna), O.
Rosso,. R. Quian Quiroga) (Buenos Aires), Liu Shii (Shanghay), T. Demiralp, A. Ademoğlu,
(Istanbul), S. Makeig, (San Diego) (V. Kolev, J. Yordanova (Sofia),

I.. Maltzeva (Moscow),
Geissler (Leip
zig), E. Nalçacı (Ankara) Parnefjord (Göteborg), Atsuko Schütt (Kyoto).



Publications


Books


1)

Basar, E., 1976.
Biophysical a
nd Physiological Systems Analysis, Addison Wesley,
Reading.


2)

Basar, E., 1980. EEG
-
Brain Dynamics
-

Relation between EEG and Brain
Evoked
Potentials. Elsevier/North
-
Holland, Amsterdam.


3)

Başar, E., Weiss, C., 1981. Vasculature and Circulation. Elsevier/North
-
Holland,
Amsterdam.


4)

Başar, E., Flohr, H., Haken, H., Mandell, A.J. (Eds.), 1983. Synergetics of the Brain
Springer, Berlin
-

Hei
delberg
-

New York.


5)

Başar, E. (Ed.), 1988. Dynamics of Sensory and Cogni
tive Processing by the
Brain.

Springer, Berlin
-

Heidelberg
-

New York.


6)

Başar, E., Bullock, T.H. (Eds.), 1989.
Brain Dynamics. Progress and Perspectives.
Springe
r, Berlin
-

Heidelberg
-

New York.


7)

Başar, E. (Ed.), 1990.
Chaos in Brain Function
.

Springer
, Berlin
-

Heidelberg
-

New
York.



8)

Başar, E., Bullock, T. H. (Eds.), 1992.
Induced Rhythms in

the Brain. Birkhäuser,
Boston.



9)

Başar, E., Hari, R., Lopes Da Silva, F.H., Schürmann, M. (Eds.
), 1997.
Brain Alpha
Activity
-

New Aspects and Functional Correlates
.

International Journal of
Psychophysiology 26 (1997)
-

Special Issue
.



10)

Başar, E., 1998.
Brain Function and Oscillations I. Brain Oscillations. Principles and
Approaches Springer
, Berlin
-

Heidelberg
-

New York.



11)

Başar, E., 1999.
B
rain Function and Oscillations
II. Integrative Br
ain Function.
Neurophysiology a
nd Cognitive Processes Springer
, Berlin
-

Heidelberg
-

New York.



12)

Başar, E., Başar
-
Eroğlu, C., Karakaş, S., Schürmann, M. (Eds.), 200
1.
Event Related
Oscill
ations in Perception and

Memory.

Special I
ssue of International Journal o
f
Neurosciences (Elsevier Pub
lishers, Volume 39, Numbers 2
-
3
)


13)

Başar, E., 2004.
Memory and Brain Dynamics: Oscillations Integrating At
tention,
Perception, Lear
ning a
nd Memory
.

CRC Press


14)

Karakaş, S., Başar, E. (Eds.), 2006. Models a
nd Theories of Brain Function with
Special E
mphasis on Cognitive Processing.

Internationa
l Journal of Psychophysiology
60(
2
).



15)

Başar, E. (Ed.), 2007.
Br
ain Oscillations: Cutting Edg
es.

International Journ
al of
Psychophysiology,
Special Issue


16)

Başar, E. (Ed.), 2008.
Brain Oscillations in Cognition and Cognitive Disorders
. Brain
Research, Special Issue


17)

Başar, E., 2011.
Brain
-
Body
-
Mind in the Nebulous Cartesian System: A Holistic
Appr
o
ach by Oscillations, Springer.



18)

Başar, E., Başar
-
Eroğlu, C., Özerdem, A., Rossini, P.M., Yener, G.G., 2012, in press.
Application of Brain Oscillations in Neuropsychiatric Diseases. Supplements to
Clinical Neurophysiology,
Vol. 62
.





Articles


1)

Erol Baş
ar, Bahar Güntekin, Atagün, I., Turp, B., Tülay, E., Ozerdem, A., 2012.
Brain's alpha activity is highly reduced in euthymic bipolar disorder patients.
Cognitive Neurodynamics, 6(1), 11
-
20.


2)

Yener, G.G., Güntekin, B., Orken, D.N., Tülay, E., Forta, H., Bas
ar, E., 2012.
Auditory delta event
-
related oscillatory responses are decreased in Alzheimer's
disease. Behav. Neurol. 25(1), 3
-
11.


3)

Ozerdem, A., Güntekin, B., Atagün, I., Turp, B., Başar, E., 2011. Reduced long
distance gamma (28

48 Hz) coherence in euthymic patients with bipolar disorder.
Journal of Affective Disorders 132, 325

332.


4)

Başar, E., 2010. Why the Concept of "Quantum Brain"

was not
discovered

in 1940s.
NeuroQuantology, 8, 322
-
336.


5)

Yener, G., Başar, E., 2010. Sensory evoked and event related oscillations in
Alzheimer's disease: a short review. Cognitive Neurodynamics, 4, 263
-
274.


6)

Erol Başar, Bahar Güntekin, Elif Tülay, Görs
ev G. Yener, 2010. Evoked and Event
Related Coherence of Alzheimer Patients Manifest Differentiation of Sensory
-
Cognitive Networks. Brain Research, 1357, 79
-
90.


7)

Güntekin, B., Basar, E., 2010. Event
-
related beta oscillations are affected by
emotional elici
ting stimuli. Neuroscience Letters 483 (2010) 173

178.


8)

Ozerdem, A., Güntekin, B., Saatçi, E., Tunca, Z., Basar, E., 2010. Disturbance in long
distance gamma coherence in bipolar disorder. Prog. Neuropsychopharmacol. Biol.
Psychiatry. 34(6), 861
-
865


9)

Günte
kin, B., Basar, E., 2010. A new interpretation of P300 responses upon analysis
of coherences. Cognitive Neurodynamics 4, 107
-
118


10)

Başar E., Güntekin B., 2009. Bergson’s Intuition and Memory in View of
NeuroQuantology. NeuroQuantology, 7(4), 602
-
608.


11)

Başar

E., Güntekin B., 2009. An Essay on Darwin’s Theory and Bergson’s Creative
Evolution in the Era of NeuroQuantology. NeuroQuantology, 7(4), 609
-
622.


12)

Görsev G. Yener, Bahar Güntekin, Elif Tülay, Erol Başar, 2009. A comparative
analysis of sensory visual evo
ked oscillations with visual cognitive event related
oscillations in Alzheimer’s disease. Neurosci Lett., 462, 193
-
7.


13)

Başar E. 2009. S
-
Matrix and Feynman Space
-
Time Diagrams to Quantum Brain
Approach An Extended Proposal. NeuroQuantology, 7, 30
-
45 .


14)

Oniz

A, Başar E. Prolongation of alpha oscillations in auditory oddball paradigm. Int J
Psychophysiol. Int J Psychophysiol. 2009 Mar; 71(3):235
-
41.


15)

Başar E., Güntekin B. Darwin's evolution theory, brain oscillations, and complex
brain function in a new "Carte
sian view". Int J Psychophysiol. 2009 Jan; 71(1):2
-
8.


16)

Güntekin B, Başar E. Facial affect manifested by multiple oscillations. Int J
Psychophysiol. 2009 Jan; 71(1):31
-
6


17)

Başar E. Oscillations in "brain
-
body
-
mind"
-
A holistic view including the autonomous
sy
stem. Brain Res. 2008, 1235: 2
-
11.


18)

Başar E, Güntekin B. A review of brain oscillations in cognitive disorders and the role
of neurotransmitters. Brain Res. 2008, 1235:172
-
193.


19)

Başar E, Schmiedt
-
Fehr C, Oniz A, Başar
-
Eroğlu C. Brain oscillations evoked by

the
face of a loved person. Brain Res. 2008 Jun 12;1214:105
-
15.


20)

Güntekin B, Saatçi E, Yener G. Decrease of evoked delta, theta and alpha coherences
in Alzheimer patients during a visual oddball paradigm. Neurosci Lett. 2008 Sep
7;424(2):94
-
9.


21)

Yener G, G
üntekin B, Başar E. Event
-
related delta oscillatory responses of Alzheimer
patients. Eur J Neurol. 2008 Jun;15(6):540
-
7.


22)

Ozerdem A, Güntekin B, Tunca Z, Başar E. Brain oscillatory responses in patients
with bipolar disorder manic episode before and after
valproate treatment.Brain Res.
2008 Jul 2.


23)

Ozerdem A, Kocaaslan S, Tunca Z, Başar E. Event related oscillations in euthymic
patients with bipolar disorder. Neurosci Lett. 2008 Oct 17;444(1):5
-
10.


24)

B. Güntekin, E. Başar, Gender differences influence brain'
s beta oscillatory responses
in recognition of facial expressions. Neurosci Lett. 2007 Sep 7;
424
(
2
):
94
-
9
. Epub
2007 Aug


25)

B. Güntekin, E. Başar, Brain oscillations are highly influenced by gender differences.
Int J Psychophysiol. 2007 Sep;
65
(
3
):
294
-
9
. Ep
ub 2007 Mar 30.


26)

Yener G., Güntekin B., Öniz A., Başar E., Increased Frontal Phase
-
locking of Event
Related Theta Oscillations in Alzheimer Patients Treated with Acetylcholine
-
Esterase
Inhibitors. Int. J. Psychophysiol. 2007 Apr;64(1):46
-
52. Epub 2006 Oct
2.


27)

Başar E., Güntekin B.

A
“Nebulous Cartesian System” in t
he Brain
-
Body
-
Mind
Incorporation. Int. J. Psychophysiol. 2007 Apr;

64(1):108
-
22. Epub 2006 Oct 17.
Review


28)

Güntekin, B., Başar. E., Emotional face expressions are differentiated with brain
oscilla
tions. Int. J. Psychophysiol. 2007 Apr; 64(1):91
-
100. Epub 2006 Dec 5.


29)

Başar,

E., Özgören,M., Öniz, A., Schmiedt, C., Başar
-
Eroğlu, C., The brain
oscillations differentiate the picture of the own grandmother.

International Journal of
Psychophysiology,
200
7 Apr;64(1):81
-
90. Epub 2006 Sep 25.


30)

Başar, E., Güntekin, B., Öniz A., Principles of Oscillatory Brain Dynamics and a
Treatise of Recognition of Faces and Facial Expressions. Volume on ERD of the
Series Prog Brain Res. 2006;159:43
-
62. Review.


31)

Başar E, Ka
rakaş S. Neuroscience is awaiting for a breakthrough: an essay bridging
the concepts of Descartes, Einstein, Heisenberg, Hebb and Hayek with the
explanatory formulations in this special issue. Int J Psychophysiol. 2006
May;60(2):194
-
201. Review


32)

Başar, E.,

The theory of the whole
-
brain
-
work. Int J Psychophysiol. 2006
May;60(2):133
-
8. Review.


33)

Karakaş S., Başar E, Models and theories of brain function in cognition within a
framework of behavioral cognitive psychology. Int J Psychophysiol. 2006 May; 60(2):
18
6
-
93. Review


34)

E.Başar. Memory as the "whole brain work": a large
-
scale model based on
"oscillations in super
-
synergy".
Int J Psychophysiol. 2005
Nov
-
Dec;58(2
-
3):199
-
226.



35)

Başar, E. What is the place of Psychophysiology in the Interdisciplinary Sciences?
W
elcoming Address of the Vice
-
President (Academic Affairs) at the Opening
Ceremonies of the 12th World Congress of Psychophysiology, I.
O.P. 2004.
International Journal of Psychophysiology

Volume 58, Issues 2
-
3 , November
-
December 2005, Pages 117
-
118


36)

Oliver

Werner Sakowitz,

Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, Martin Schürmann and Erol Başar,
Spatio
-
temporal frequency characteristics of intersen
sory components in audiovisually
evoked potentials. Cognitive Brain Research

Volume 23, Issues 2
-
3 , May 2005,
Pages 316
-
326


37)

Özg
ören M, Başar
-
Eroğlu C., Başar E, Beta oscillations in face recognition,
Int J
Psychophysiol,

55 (2005) 51


59


38)

Başar, E., Macrodynamics of electrical activity in the whole brain, Int. J. Bifurcation
and Chaos, 14 (2), 363
-
381 (2004).


39)

Başar, E., M. Özgö
ren, S. Karakaş ve C. Başar
-
Eroğlu, Super
-
synergy in the brain:
The grandmother percept is manife
sted by multiple oscillations,
Int. J. Bifurcation and
Chaos, 14 (2), 453
-
491 (2004).


40)

Başar E, Özg
ören M, Başar
-
Eroğlu C, et al.
Superbinding: Spatio
-
tempora
l oscillatory
dynamics
Theor Biosci
121 (4): 371
-
386 MAR 2003


41)

Özgören M, Başar E Macroscopic electrical activity as a conceptual framework in
cognitive neuroscience
Theor Biosci
121 (4): 351
-
369 MAR 2003


42)

Sakowitz OW, Quiroga RQ, Schürmann M, et al. Au
dio
-
visual sensory integration is
manifested in evoked gamma
-

and theta
-
responses of the human brain
Int J
Psychophysiol

45 (1
-
2): 36
-
37 JUL 2002


43)

Başar E, Özgören M, Karakaş S. Supersynergy and superbinding in integrative brain
functions.
Int J Psychophy
siol
45 (1
-
2): 37
-
37 JUL 2002


44)

Başar E, Özgören M, Başar
-
Eroğlu C. Grandmother percept is manifested by
selectively distributed multiple oscillations in the whole brain
Int J Psychophysiol
45
(1
-
2): 48
-
49 JUL 2002


45)

Özgören M, Başar E, Başar
-
Eroğlu C. Sel
ectively distributed oscillations following
stimulations in shape of faces
Int J Psychophysiol 45 (1
-
2): 131
-
132.


46)

Yordanova J, Kolev V, Rosso OA, et al. Wavelet entropy analysis of event
-
related
potentials indicates modality
-
independent theta dominance
J

Neurosci Meth
117 (1):
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Perspectives, Berlin
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Heidelberg
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NewYork: Springer, pp. 131
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148 (1989)


153)

Başar E, Başar
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Eroğ
lu C, Röschke J, Schütt A. The EEG is a quasi
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deterministic
signal anticipating sensory
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cognitive tasks. In: Başar E, Bullock TH (eds) Brain
Dynamics. Progress and Perspectives., Berlin
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Heidelberg
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New York: Springer pp. 43
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71 (1989)




154)

Sigge W, Başar
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Eroğ
lu C, Schütt A, Başar E. Untersuchung der Schrittmacher der
oberen Harnwege mit Hilfe von Leistungsdichte
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Spektren der Spontanaktivität.
Zeitschrift für Kinderchirurgie, 43:147
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150 (1988)


155)

Başar E, Başar
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Eroğlu C, Röschke J. Do coherent patterns of the st
range attractor
EEG reflect deterministic sensory
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cognitive states of the brain? In: Markus M, Müller
M, Nicolis G (eds) From Chemical to Biological Organization. Berlin
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Heidelberg
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New York: Springer pp. 297
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306 (1988)


156)

Başar E, Başar
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Eroğlu C, Röschke J,

Schütt A. EEG dynamics manifests attracting
cycles during sensory cognitive processes. International Journal of Neuroscience
40:221
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222 (1988)


157)

Bullock TH, Başar E. Comparison of ongoing compound field potentials in the brain
of invertebrates and vertebr
ates. Brain Research Reviews 13:57
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75 (1988)


158)

Stampfer HG, Başar E. An analysis of preparation and response activity in P300
experiments in humans. In: Başar E (ed) Dynamics of Sensory and Cognitive
Processing by the Brain. Berlin
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Heidelberg
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New York: Sp
ringer pp. 275
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286 (1988)


159)

Başar E Brain waves, chaos, learning and memory. In: Başar E (ed) Dynamics of
Sensory and Cognitive Processing by the Brain. Berlin
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Heidelberg
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New York:
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406 (1988)


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Röschke J, Başar E. The EEG is not a simple n
oise: Strange attractors in intracranial
structures. In: Başar E (ed) Dynamics of Sensory and Cognitive Processing by the
Brain., Berlin
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216 (1988)


161)

Başar E. EEG
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dynamics and evoked potentials in sensory and cognitive

processing by
the brain. In: Başar E (ed) Dynamics of Sensory and Cognitive Processing by the
Brain. Berlin
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New York: Springer, pp. 30
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55 (1988)


162)

Başar
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Eroğlu C, Schürmann M. Subcortical P300
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40 Hz response of the cat brain. In:
Pantev C., Elb
ert T, Lütkenhöner B (eds) Oscillatory Event Related Brain Dynamics,
New York: Plenum, pp. 367
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382 (NATO ASI Series; Series A: Life Sciences Vol.
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163)

Başar
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Eroğlu C, Başar E. Endogenous components of event related potentials in the
cat brain. An
analysis with freely moving cats. In. Johnson R Jr, Rohrbaugh JW,
Parasuraman R (eds) Current Trends in Event
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Related Potential ReseArchiv
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444 (1987)


164)

Başar E, Rosen B, Başar
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Eroğlu C, Grei
tschus F. The associations between 40 Hz
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EEG and the middle latency response of the auditory evoked potential. International
Journal of Neuroscience 33:103
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117 (1987)


165)

Röschke J, Başar E. Is the electroencephalogram during SWS stage a strange
attractor? I
nternational Journal of Neuroscience 29:184 (1986)


166)

Bullock TH, Başar E. A comparative analysis of EEG and evoked potentials of a
mammal, an elasmobranch and a mollusc: The question of structure
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function
relationship. International Journal of Neuroscience

29:163 (1986)


167)

Başar E. Are brain’s sensory evoked and event related potentials controled by general
EEG dynamics? International Journal of Neuroscience 29:160 (1986)


168)

Rosen B, Başar E. Combined dynamics of 40 Hz spontaneous and evoked activities.
Inter
national Journal of Neuroscience 29:185 (1986)


169)

Başar E, Stampfer HG. Important relation between EEG
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Dynamics, event
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related
potentials, short
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term memory and learning. International Journal of Neuroscience
26:161
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180 (1985)


170)

Stampfer H G, Başar E. Does
frequency analysis lead to better understanding of
human event
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related potentials? International Journal of Neuroscience 26:181
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196
(1985)


171)

Başar E. Evozierte Potentiale und EEG
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Dynamik. In: Bente D, Coper H, Kanowski S
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Methoden zur Objektivierung der
therapeutischen Wirksamkeit. Berlin
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Heidelberg
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New York: Springer (1985)


172)

Başar E, Başar
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Eroğlu C, Rosen B, Schütt A. A new approach to endogenous event
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related potentials in man: Relation between EEG and P300
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Wave. Inte
rnational
Journal of Neuroscience 24:1
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21 (1984)


173)

Başar E Relation between electroencephalogram and event
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related potentials. In:
Bromm B (ed) Pain Measurement in Man, Amsterdam: Elsevier (1984)


174)

Başar E, Başar
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Eroğlu C. Comments on the "real response" i
n evoked potentials and
on "excitability" in physiological systems. In: Barber C, Nodar RH (eds) Evoked
Potentials. New York: Butterworths, pp. 114
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122 (1984)


175)

Başar E Synergetics of neuronal populations. A survey on experiments. In: Başar E,
Flohr H, Hak
en H, Mandell AJ (eds) Synergetics of the Brain. Berlin
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Heidelberg
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New
York: Springer pp.183
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200 (1983)


176)

Başar E Toward a physical approach to integrative physiology. I. Brain dynamics and
physical causality. Invited Opinion. American Journal of Physiolog
y 245: R510
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R533
(1983)


177)

Karakaş S, Başar E. High frequency components of human visual evoked potentials.
International Journal of Neuroscience 19:161
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172 (1983)


178)

Başar E, Başar
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Eroğlu C, Demir N, Tümer N, Weiss Ch.

The overall myogenic
coordination in c
irculatory dynamics. In: Kenner Th, Busse R, Hinghofen
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Szalkay H
(eds) Cardiovascular System Dynamics. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 509
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519 (1982)


179)

Başar E. Theoretical problems in the evaluation of evoked potentials in adults and
children. In: Rothenberge
r A (ed) Event
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Related Potentials in Children, Amsterdam:
Elsevier, pp. 35
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54 (1982)


180)

Başar C, Demir N, Tümer N, Başar E, Weiss Ch. Overall myogenic coordination in
visceral organs and lymphnodes. In: Başar E, Weiss Ch (eds) Vasculature and
Circulation. A
msterdam: Elsevier, pp. 227
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253 (1981)


181)

Başar E, Weiss Ch. Integrative Wirkung myogener Kontrollmechanismen bei der
Durchblutungsregulation. In: Grote J, Witzleb E (eds) Durchblutungsregulation und
Organstoffwechsel. (Akademie der Wissenschaften und der L
iteratur, Mainz,
Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner, pp. 183
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189 (1981)


182)

Başar E, Ungan P, Gönder A, Utkucal R, Demir N. Photic alpha enhancement and
alpha blocking phenomena in EEG upon light stimulation. Doga, Special Issue, pp.
61
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67 (1981)


183)

Başar E. Untersuchu
ngen zur Beziehung zwischen EEG und evozierten Potentialen.
Österr. Gesellschaft für Biomedizin. Technik, pp. 99
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102 (1981)


184)

Başar E, Gönder A, Ungan P. Comparative frequency analysis of single EEG
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evoked
potential records. Biological Engineering 2:9
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14 (
1980)


185)

Ungan P, Başar E. Evoked coherency increase and phase stabilization in the electrical
activity of the auditory and visual pathway. In: Lechner H, Aranibar A (eds)
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology: 485
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503 (1980)


186)

Başar E, Durusa
n R, Gönder A, Ungan P. Combined dynamics of EEG and evoked
potentials II. Studies of simultaneously recorded EEG
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EPograms in the auditory
pathway, Reticular Formation and Hippocampus of the Cat Brain during sleep.
Biological Cybernetics 34:21
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30 (1979)


187)

Başar
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Eroğlu C, Başar E. A compound P300
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40 Hz response of the cat hippocampus.
International Journal of Neuroscience 60: 227
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237 (1991)


188)

Başar E, Durusan R, Gönder A, Ungan P. Combined dynamics of EEG and evoked
potentials I. Studies of simultaneously re
corded EEG
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EPograms in the auditory
pathway, reticular formation and hippocampus of the cat brain during the waking
stage. Biological Cybernetics 24:1
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19 (1979)


189)

Başar E, Gönder A, Ungan P. Comparative frequency analysis of single EEG
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evoked
potentials re
cords. In: Barber C (ed) Evoked Potentials. M.T.P. Press International
Medical Publishers, pp. 123
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129 (1979)


190)

Gönder A, Başar E. Evoked frequency stabilization in the electrical activity of the cat
brain. Biological Cybernetics 31:193
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204 (1978)


191)

Başar
E, Gönder A, Ungan P. Important relation between EEG and brain evoked
potentials II. A systems analysis of electrical signals from the human brain. Biological
Cybernetics 25:41
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48 (1976)


192)

Başar E, Gönder A, Ungan P. Important relation between EEG and brai
n evoked
potentials. I. Resonance phenomena in subdural structures of the cat brain. Biological
Cybernetics 25:27
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40 (1976)


193)

Başar E, Gönder A, Rona M, Ungan P. Resonance phenomena in the electrical activity
of the brain. In: Trappel E (ed) Progr. Cybern.

& Systems Res. Vol. III. England
(1976)


194)

Ungan P, Başar E. Comparison of Wiener filtering and selective averaging of evoked
potentials. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 40:516
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520 (1976)


195)

Başar E, Eroğlu C. Spectral analysis of sponta
neous activity in smooth muscles. In:
Bülbring E, Shuba MF (eds) Physiology of Smooth Muscle, New York: Raven Press,
pp. 137
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146 (1976)


196)

Başar E, Gönder A, Özesmi C, Ungan P. Dynamics of brain rhythmic and evoked
potentials. III. Studies in the auditory p
athway, reticular formation and hippocampus
during sleep. Biological Cybernetics 20:160
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169 (1975)


197)

Başar E, Gönder A, Özesmi C, Ungan P. Dynamics of brain rhythmic and evoked
poten
tials. II. Studies in the auditory pathway, reticular formation and hippocampus
during the waking stage. Biological Cybernetics 20:145
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160 (1975)



198)

Başar E, Gönder A, Özesmi C, U
ngan P. Dynamics of brain rhythmic and evoked
potentials. I. Some computational methods for the analysis of electrical signals from
the brain. Biological Cybernetics 20:137
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145 (1975)



199)

Başar E. Thought on "relative coordination" in the brain networks. In
troduction talk.
In: Matejcek M Schenk GK (eds) Quantitative Analysis of the EEG. Proceedings of
the 2nd Symposium of the Study Group for EEG
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Methodology, Togny sur Vevey,
Printed in AEG
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Telefunken, Konstanz, pp. 639
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641 (1975)


200)

Başar E, Durusan R, Gönder

A, Özesmi C, Ungan P. A systems approach to dynamics
of potentials in substructures of the brain. In: Matejcek M, Schenk GK (eds)
Quantitative Analysis of the EEG. Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of the Study
Group for EEG
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Methodology, Togny sur Vevey, P
rinted in AEG
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Telefunken,
Konstanz, pp. 717
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728 (1975)


201)

Başar E. Biological systems analysis and evoked potentials of the brain. Journal of
Life Sciences 4:37
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58 (1974)


202)

Başar E, Eroğlu C, Ungan P. Time series analysis of guinea
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pig taenia coli
spontaneo
us activity. Pflügers Archiv 347:19
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25 (1974)


203)

Başar E, Eroğlu C, Ungan P. An analysis of portal vein spontaneous contractions.
Pflügers Archiv 352:135
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143 (1974)


204)

Özesmi C, Başar E. Dynamics of evoked potentials in the auditory pathway and
reticular for
mation of the cat. Studies during waking and sleep stage. Kybernetik
16:27
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35 (1974)


205)

Başar E. Systems theory of coronary and renal hemodynamics. In: Iberall AS, Guyton
AC (eds) Regulation and Control in Physiological Systems. Published by International
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ederation of Automatic Control, Pennsylvania, pp. 344
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396 (1973)



206)

Başar E, Ungan P. A component analysis and principles derived for the understanding
of evoked potentials of the brain: studies in the hippocampus. Kybernetik 12:133
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140
(1973)


207)

Başar E, Öz
esmi C. The hippocampal EEG
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activity and a systems analytical
interpretation of averaged evoked potentials of the brain. Kybernetik 12:45
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54 (1972)


208)

Başar E. Remarks on mathematical signal processing by the brain during rhythmic
neurophysiological stimula
tion. International Journal of Neuroscience 4:71
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76 (1972)


209)

Başar E. A study of the time and frequency characteristics of the potentials evoked in
the acoustical Cortex. Kybernetik 10:61
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64 (1972)


210)

Başar E, Weiss Ch. Time series analysis of spontaneous f
luctuations of the flow in the
perfused rat kidney. Pflügers Archiv 319:205
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214 (1970)


211)

Başar E, Weiss Ch. Rate sensitivity of the mechanism of pressure induced change of
vascular resistance. Kybernetik 5:241
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247 (1969)


212)

Başar E. Systemanalytische Unters
uchungen zur Autoregulation des Kreislaufes.
Technische Universität Hannover, Dissertation 1968


213)

Başar E, Ruedas G, Schwarzkopf HJ, Weiss Ch. Untersuchungen des zeitlichen
Verhaltens druckabhängiger Änderungen des Strömungswiderstandes im
Coronargefäßsyst
em des Rattenherzens. Pflügers Archiv 304:189
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202 (1968)


214)

Başar E, Weiss Ch. Analyse des Frequenzganges druckinduzierter Änderungen des
Strömungswiderstandes isolierter Rattennieren. Pflügers Archiv 304:121
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135 (1968)


215)

Başar E, Tischner H, Weiss Ch. Unte
rsuchungen zur Dynamik druckinduzierter
Änderungen des Strömungswiderstandes der autoregulierenden, isolierten Rattenniere.
Pflügers Archiv 299:191
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213 (1968)


216)

Başar E. Rechnungen zur Ermittlung von Wirkungsquerschnitten bei
Hochenergiephysik
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Zählerexperi
menten. Universität Hamburg, Diplomarbeit, (1964)


217)

Kolev V, Yordanova J, Schürmann M, Başar E. Event
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related alpha oscillations in
task processing. Clinical Neurophysiology (im Druck)


218)

Başar E, Karakaş S, Schürmann M, Rahn E. The relation between EEG and

evoked
potentials. In: Time and the Brain, Miller R (ed) Harwood Publishers (im Druck)



Citations

and h
-
number
:


Erol Başar obtained more than 8000 citations (probably 6000
-
6500 without self citations and h
number is approx. 53 (including citations for
the books and publications also for earlier than
1990 according to Google scholar). In Web of science only 5000 (4000) citations and h=42 are
seen since in this index the book citations and the citations prior to 1990 are any more
encountered .
The monograp
h “Brain Body Mind 2011” has been downloaded 1200 time.

The SCI
-
citations of Başar reached 450 hits or more per year in the last 5 years


Courses Taught


In the last 20 years, lectures in neurophysiology and circulation physiology were given to
medical stu
dents at the Medical University in Lübeck (Germany). Regular participation in
laboratory teaching.


Twelve different courses about biophysics were given in post graduate training in Hacettepe
University.


Biophysics doctorate program and lectures in neuro
science are been continuing at Dokuz Eylül
University.