Rafael Polania
Rafael Polania
ETH Zürich, Decision Neuroscience Lab
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Studying and modifying brain function with non-invasive brain stimulation
R Polanía, MA Nitsche, CC Ruff
Nature Neuroscience, 1, 2018
The Importance of Timing in Segregated Theta Phase-Coupling for Cognitive Performance
R Polanía, MA Nitsche, C Korman, G Batsikadze, W Paulus
Current Biology, 2012
Modulating cortico‐striatal and thalamo‐cortical functional connectivity with transcranial direct current stimulation
R Polanía, W Paulus, MA Nitsche
Human brain mapping 33 (10), 2499-2508, 2012
Modulating functional connectivity patterns and topological functional organization of the human brain with transcranial direct current stimulation
R Polanía, MA Nitsche, W Paulus
Human brain mapping 32 (8), 1236-1249, 2011
Transcranial direct current stimulation over the primary motor cortex during fMRI
A Antal*, R Polania*, C Schmidt-Samoa, P Dechent, W Paulus
Neuroimage 55 (2), 590-596, 2011
Introducing graph theory to track for neuroplastic alterations in the resting human brain: A transcranial direct current stimulation study
R Polanía, W Paulus, A Antal, MA Nitsche
Neuroimage 54 (3), 2287-2296, 2011
Neural oscillations and synchronization differentially support evidence accumulation in perceptual and value-based decision making.
R Polanía, I Krajbich, M Grueschow, CC Ruff
Neuron 82 (3), 709-720, 2014
Efficient coding of subjective value
R Polanía, M Woodford, CC Ruff
Nature neuroscience 22 (1), 134-142, 2019
A causal account of the brain network computations underlying strategic social behavior
CA Hill, S Suzuki, R Polania, M Moisa, JP O'doherty, CC Ruff
Nature neuroscience 20 (8), 1142-1149, 2017
The precision of value-based choices depends causally on fronto-parietal phase coupling
R Polanía, M Moisa, A Opitz, M Grueschow, CC Ruff
Nature communications 6 (1), 8090, 2015
Automatic versus Choice-Dependent Value Representations in the Human Brain
M Grueschow, R Polania, TA Hare, CC Ruff
Neuron 85 (4), 874-885, 2015
Brain Network Mechanisms Underlying Motor Enhancement by Transcranial Entrainment of Gamma Oscillations
M Moisa, R Polania, M Grueschow, CC Ruff
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (47), 12053-12065, 2016
Reorganizing the intrinsic functional architecture of the human primary motor cortex during rest with non-invasive cortical stimulation
R Polanía, W Paulus, MA Nitsche
PloS one 7 (1), e30971, 2012
Transcranial Stimulation over Frontopolar Cortex Elucidates the Choice Attributes and Neural Mechanisms Used to Resolve Exploration–Exploitation Trade-Offs
AR Beharelle, R Polanía, TA Hare, CC Ruff
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (43), 14544-14556, 2015
Concurrent tACS-fMRI reveals causal influence of power synchronized neural activity on resting state fMRI connectivity
M Bächinger, V Zerbi, M Moisa, R Polania, Q Liu, D Mantini, C Ruff, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (18), 4766-4777, 2017
Dissociable mechanisms govern when and how strongly reward attributes affect decisions
SU Maier, A Raja Beharelle, R Polanía, CC Ruff, TA Hare
Nature Human Behaviour 4 (9), 949-963, 2020
High-frequency TRNS reduces BOLD activity during visuomotor learning
C Saiote, R Polanía, K Rosenberger, W Paulus, A Antal
PloS one 8 (3), e59669, 2013
Efficient sampling and noisy decisions
JA Heng, M Woodford, R Polania
eLife 9, e54962, 2020
Computational and neurobiological foundations of leadership decisions
MG Edelson, R Polania, CC Ruff, E Fehr, TA Hare
Science 361 (6401), eaat0036, 2018
Noninvasively decoding the contents of visual working memory in the human prefrontal cortex within high-gamma oscillatory patterns
R Polanía, W Paulus, MA Nitsche
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (2), 304-314, 2012
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