Heinen, Klaartje; Feredoes, Eva; Ruff, Christian C; Driver, Jon (2017). Functional connectivity between prefrontal and parietal cortex drives visuo-spatial attention shifts. Neuropsychologia, 99:81-91.
Heinen, Klaartje; Feredoes, Eva; Weiskopf, Nikolaus; Ruff, Christian C; Driver, Jon (2014). Direct evidence for attention-dependent influences of the frontal eye-fields on feature-responsive visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 24(11):2815-2821.
Denison, Rachel N; Driver, Jon; Ruff, Christian C (2013). Temporal structure and complexity affect audio-visual correspondence detection. Frontiers in Psychology:3:619.
Marchant, Jennifer L; Ruff, Christian C; Driver, Jon (2012). Audiovisual synchrony enhances BOLD responses in a brain network including multisensory STS while also enhancing target-detection performance for both modalities. Human Brain Mapping, 33(5):1212-1224.
Feredoes, Eva; Heinen, Klaartje; Weiskopf, Nikolaus; Ruff, Christian C; Driver, Jon (2011). Causal evidence for frontal involvement in memory target maintenance by posterior brain areas during distracter interference of visual working memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 108(42):17510-17515.
Heinen, Klaartje; Ruff, Christian C; Bjoertomt, Otto; Schenkluhn, Bertram; Bestmann, S; Blankenburg, F; Driver, Jon; Chambers, Christopher D (2011). Concurrent TMS-fMRI reveals dynamic interhemispheric influences of the right parietal cortex during exogenously cued visuospatial attention. European Journal of Neuroscience, 33(5):991-1000.
Sergent, Claire; Ruff, Christian C; Barbot, Antoine; Driver, Jon; Reese, Geraint (2011). Top–down modulation of human early visual cortex after stimulus offset supports successful postcued report. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(8):1921-1934.
Gerits, Annelies; Ruff, Christian C; Guipponi, Olivier; Wenderoth, Nicole; Driver, Jon; Vanduffel, Wim (2011). Transcranial magnetic stimulation of macaque frontal eye fields decreases saccadic reaction time. Experimental Brain Research, 212(1):143-152.