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  • Bachmann T., & Allik J. (1976). Integration and interruption in the masking of form by form. Perception, 5(1), 79-97.
  • Bachmann T. (1978). Cognitive contours: Overview and a preliminary theory. Acta et Commentationes Universitatis Tartuensis. #474. Problems of Communication and Perception, 31-59.
  • Bachmann T., & Vipper K. (1983). Perceptual rating of paintings from different artistic styles as a function of semantic differential scales and exposure time. Archiv für Psychologie (Archives of Psychology), 135(2), 149-161.
  • Allik, J., & Bachmann, T. (1983). How bad is the icon? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35(1), 12-13.
  • Bachmann, T. (1984). The process of perceptual retouch: Nonspecific afferent activation dynamics in explaining visual masking. Perception and Psychophysics, 35(1), 69-84.
  • Bachmann, T. (1987). Different trends in perceptual pattern microgenesis as a function of the spatial range of local brightness averaging. Towards an empirical method for the differentiation between global and local levels of form as related to processing in real time. Psychological Research, 49(2/3), 107-111.
  • Bachmann, T. (1988). Time course of the subjective contrast enhancement for a second stimulus in successively paired above-threshold transient forms: Perceptual retouch instead of forward masking. Vision Research, 28(11), 1255-1261.
  • Bachmann, T. (1989). Microgenesis as traced by the transient paired forms paradigm. Acta Psychologica, 70(1), 3-17.
  • Bachmann, T. (1991). Identification of spatially quantised tachistoscopic images of faces: How many pixels does it take to carry identity? European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 3(1), 87-103.
  • Bachmann, T. (1991). Microgenesis in visual information processing: Some experimental results. In R.E. Hanlon (Ed.), Cognitive microgenesis. A neuropsychological perspective. (pp. 240-261; Chapter 12). New York: Springer-Verlag.
  • Bachmann, T., & Oit, M. (1992). Stroop-like interference in chess-players' imagery: An unexplored possibility to be revealed by the adapted moving spot task. Psychological Research/Psychologische Forschung, 54(1), 27-31.
  • Bachmann, T. (1993). Visual attention is visual, too. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16(3), 569-570.
  • Bachmann, T., Prinz, W., & Stoffer, T.H. (Eds.)(1993). Visual selective attention. Psychological Research [Special Issue, vol. 56(1)].
  • Bachmann, T. (1994). Psychophysiology of visual masking. The fine structure of conscious experience. (298 p.) Commack, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Bachmann, T. (1995). More empirical cases to break the accord of phenomenal and access-consciousness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 18(2), 249-251.
  • Bachmann, T., & Kahusk, N. (1997). The effects of coarseness of quantisation, exposure duration, and selective spatial attention on the perception of spatially quantised (“blocked”) visual images. Perception, 26(9), 1181-1196.
  • Bachmann, T. (1997). Visibility of brief images: The dual-process approach. Consciousness and Cognition, 6(4), 491-518.
  • Bachmann, T., & Kalev, K. (1997). Adjustment of collinearity of laterally moving, vertically separated lines reveals compression of subjective distance as a function of aperture size and speed of motion. Perception, 26, Supplement, 119-120.
  • Bachmann, T. (1998). Is conscious experience established instantaneously? Commentary on J.G. Taylor. Consciousness and Cognition, 7(2), 149-156.
  • Bachmann, T. (1998). Filling-in as a within-level propagation may be an illusion. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21(6), 749-750.
  • Bachmann, T. (1998). Fast dynamics of visibility of brief images: The perceptual-retouch viewpoint. In S.R. Hameroff, A.W. Kaszniak, and A.C. Scott (Eds.), Toward a science of consciousness II. The second Tucson discussions and debates. (pp. 345-359; Chapter 31). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
  • Bachmann, T., Mäger, K., Sarv, M., Kahusk, N., & Turner, J. (1999). Time course of spatial-attentional focusing in the case of high processing demand on the peripheral precue. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 11(2), 167-198.
  • Aschersleben, G., Bachmann, T., & Müsseler, J. (Eds.), (1999). Cognitive contributions to the perception of spatial and temporal events. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North-Holland. (Advances in Psychology, # 129)
  • Bachmann, T. (1999). Twelve spatiotemporal phenomena, and one explanation. In G. Aschersleben, T. Bachmann, & J. Müsseler (Eds.), Cognitive contributions to the perception of spatial and temporal events. (pp. 173-206). Amsterdam: Elsevier / North-Holland. (Advances in Psychology, # 129).
  • MacDonald, J., Andersen, S., & Bachmann, T. (2000). Hearing by eye: how much spatial degradation can be tolerated? Perception, 29(10), 1155-1168.
  • Bachmann, T. (2001). Origins of substitution. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5(2), 53-54.
  • Bachmann, T., & Põder, E. (2001). Change in feature space is not necessary for the flash-lag effect. Vision Research, 41(9), 1103-1106.
  • Bachmann, T. (2001). Review of research on the occasion of the scientific award in social sciences (2001). In J. Engelbrecht (Ed.), Science Awards of the Republic of Estonia 2001 (pp. 66-79). Tallinn: Estonian Academy of Sciences.
  • Bachmann, T., Põder, E. (2001). Flash-lag needs no change in feature space and its extent depends on the spatial proximity of single-flashed object and in-stream object. Perception, 30, Supplement, 31-31.
  • Bachmann, T. (2001). Covert attention and motion perception. In E. Sommerfeld, R. Kompass, T. Lachmann (Eds.), Fechner Day 2001. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Psychophysics. (pp. 212-217). Lengerich/Berlin: Pabst Science Publishers.
  • Bachmann, T. (2002). Finding consciousness in the brain: A neurocognitive approach. (By P.G.Grossenbacher, ed.). European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 14(3), 410-414.
  • Bachmann, T., Põder, E. (2002). Forward masking of faces with three types of spatially quantised (pixelised) masks: evidence for configuration microgenesis. Perception, 31, Supplement, 22-22.
  • Luiga, T., Bachmann T. Põder, E. (2002). Metacontrast masking of single letters in words and trigrams with varying loads on attention. Perception, 31, Supplement, 79-79.
  • Bachmann, T., & Leigh-Pemberton, L. (2002). Binocular rivalry as a function of spatial quantisation of the images of faces: precategorical level controls it. Trames, 6(4), 283-296.
  • Bachmann, T., Luiga, I., Põder, E., & Kalev, K. (2003). Perceptual acceleration of objects in stream: evidence from flash-lag displays. Consciousness and Cognition, 12(2), 279-297.
  • Bachmann, T., Luiga, I., & Põder, E. (2004). Forward masking of faces by spatially quantized random and structured masks: On the roles of wholistic configuration, local features, and spatial-frequency spectra in perceptual identification. Psychological Research, 69(1-2), 11-21.
  • Bachmann, T., Põder, E., & Luiga, I. (2004). Illusory reversal of temporal order: the bias to report a dimmer stimulus as the first. Vision Research, 44(3), 241-246.
  • Bachmann, T. (2004). A single meta-theoretical framework for a number of conscious vision phenomena. International Journal of Psychology, Supplement 39(5-6), 222-222.
  • Bachmann, T. (2005). Object substitution and its relation to other forms of visual masking: Reply to James Enns. Vision Research, 45(3), 381-385.
  • Bachmann, T., Luiga, I., & Põder, E. (2005). Variations in backward masking with different masking stimuli: I. Local interaction versus attentional switch. Perception, 34(2), 131-137.
  • Bachmann, T., Luiga, I., & Põder, E. (2005). Variations in backward masking with different masking stimuli: II. The effects of spatially quantised masks in the light of local contour interaction, interchannel inhibition, perceptual retouch, and substitution theories. Perception, 34(2), 139-154.
  • Bachmann, T., & Sikka, P. (2005). Perception of successive targets presented in invariant-item streams. Acta Psychologica, 120(1), 19-34.
  • Bachmann, T., & Hommuk, K. (2005). How backward masking becomes attentional blink: Perception of successive in-stream targets. Psychological Science, 16(9), 740-742.
  • Rodina, A., Lass, J., Riipulk, J., Bachmann, T., & Hinrikus, H. (2005). Study of low level microwave field by method of face masking. Bioelectromagnetics, 26(7), 571-577.
  • Bachmann, T. (2006). Microgenesis of perception: conceptual, psychophysical, and neurobiological aspects. In H. Öğmen, & B.G. Breitmeyer (Eds.), The first half second: The microgenesis and temporal dynamics of unconscious and conscious visual processes. (pp. 11-33). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Bachmann, T., & Nurmoja, M. (2006). Are there affordances of suggestibility in facial appearance? Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 30(2), 87-92.
  • Bachmann, T. (2006). A single metatheoretical framework for a number of conscious-vision phenomena. In Q. Jing, M. Rosenzweig, G. d’Ydewalle, H. Zhang, H.-C. Chen, K. Zhang (Eds.), Progress in psychological science around the world: Proceedings of the 28th International Congress of Psychology. Vol. 1. (Chapter 14.) (pp. 229-242)New York / Hove: Psychology Press (Taylor & Francis).
  • Bachmann, T. (2006). Imagination as virtual reality and how it can be explained by the perceptual retouch theory of non-specific modulation. Anthropology and Philosophy. International Multidisciplinary Journal, 7(1-2), 10-27.
  • Bachmann, T., Breitmeyer, B.G., & Öğmen, H. (2007). The experimental phenomena of consciousness: A brief dictionary. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Bachmann, T. (2007). When beauty breaks down: Investigation of the effect of spatial quantisation on aesthetic evaluation of facial images. Perception, 36(6), 840-849.
  • Bachmann, T. (2007). Binding binding: Departure points for a different version of the perceptual retouch theory. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 3(1-2), 41-55.
  • Bachmann, T., & Hommuk, K. (2007). Impairment of in-stream target identification when stream items appear perceptually individuated as an invariant, static stimulus token. Perception, 36, Supplement, 161-162.
  • Luiga, I., & Bachmann, T. (2007). Substitution masking of a local target induced by a global mask. Perception, 36, Supplement, 102-102.
  • Hommuk, K., Bachmann, T., Huckauf, A., Luiga, I., & Murd, C. (2007). In-stream temporal facilitation of test-stimulus perception with repetitive TMS to visual cortex: attentional effects are enhanced. Perception, 36, Supplement, 8-8.
  • Luiga, I., & Bachmann, T. (2007). Different effects of the two types of spatial pre-cueing: what precisely is “attention” in Di Lollo’s and Enns’ substitution masking theory? Psychological Research, 71(6), 634-640.
  • Bachmann, T., Elliott, M., Herzog, M., & Vorberg, D. (2007). Visual perception in a snapshot. Psychological Research, 71(6), 615-617.
  • Luiga, I., & Bachmann, T. (2008). Luminance processing in object substitution masking. Vision Research, 48(7), 937-945.
  • Hommuk, K., Bachmann, T., & Oja, A. (2008). Precuing an isolated stimulus temporarily outweighs in-stream stimulus facilitation. Journal of General Psychology, 135(2), 167-181.
  • Bachmann, T. (2008). Process models for microgenetic conscious-perception phenomena. (IS-040) International Journal of Psychology, 43(3/4), 21-21.
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2008). Time-frequency functions of EEG responses: Are there signatures of the microgenesis of visual perceptual awareness? International Journal of Psychology, 43(3/4), 21-21.
  • Köpsel, A., Fährmann, F., Bachmann, T., & Huckauf, A. (2008). Effects of form and category information in RSVP-task. Perception, 37, Supplement, 50-51.
  • Murd, C., Luiga, I., Kreegipuu, K., & Bachmann, T. (2008). Multiple single pulse TMS to V1 has locally desensitizing effect for scotomas. Perception, 37, Supplement, 51-51.
  • Luiga, I., & Bachmann, T. (2008). Attenuation of substitution masking by a local spatial pre-cue is not an artifact of spatial uncertainty. Perception, 37, Supplement, 96-96.
  • Fährmann, F., Köpsel, A., Bachmann, T., & Huckauf, A. (2008). Effects of crowding on temporal order judgement. Perception, 37, Supplement, 136-136.
  • Nurmoja, M., & Bachmann, T. (2008). On the role of trait-related characteristics in interrogative suggestibility: An example from Estonia. Trames, 12(62/57), 4, 371–381.
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2009). Boosting up gamma-band oscillations leaves target-stimulus in masking out of awareness: Explaining an apparent paradox. Neuroscience Letters, 450(3), 351-355.
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2009). Occipital EEG correlates of conscious awareness when subjective target shine-through and effective visual masking are compared: Bifocal early increase in gamma power and speed-up of P1. Brain Research, 1271, 60-73.
  • Bachmann, T. (2009). Metacontrast masking of target-area internal contours and target overall surface brightness: the case of mutually coherent and incoherent visual objects. Spatial Vision, 22(2), 127-146.
  • Hommuk, K., & Bachmann, T. (2009). Temporal limitations in the effective binding of attended target attributes in the mutual masking of visual objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35(3), 648-660.
  • Bachmann, T. (2009). Finding ERP-signatures of target awareness: Puzzle persists because of experimental co-variation of the objective and subjective variables. Consciousness and Cognition, 18(3), 804-808.
  • Bachmann, T., Põder, E., & Murd, C. (2010). Flash-lag persists when pre-flash stimulation consists in two reference stimuli approaching and then overlapping each other while post-flash stimulation shows one remaining reference continuing motion. Perception, 39, (Suppl.), 188-189.
  • Hanso, L., Bachmann, T., & Murd, C. (2010). Tolerance of the ERP signatures of unfamiliar versus familiar face perception to spatial quantization of facial images. Psychology, 1(3), 199-208.
  • Bachmann, T. (2010). Priming and retouch in flash-lag and other phenomena of the streaming perceptual input. Chapter 30, (536-557.) In R. Nijhawan, B. Khurana (Eds.), Space and Time in Perception and Action. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Murd, C., Aru, J., Hiio, M., Luiga, I., & Bachmann, T. (2010). Caffeine enhances frontal relative negativity of slow brain potentials in a task-free experimental setup. Brain Research Bulletin, 82(1-2), 39 - 45.
  • Bachmann, T. (2010). Individual differences in metacontrast: An impetus for clearly specified new research objectives in studying masking and perceptual awareness? Consciousness and Cognition, 19(2), 667 - 671.
  • Bachmann, T., & Murd, C. (2010). Covert spatial attention in search for the location of a color-afterimage patch speeds up its decay from awareness: Introducing a method useful for the study of neural correlates of visual awareness. Vision Research, 50(11), 1048 - 1053.
  • Luiga, I., Gellatly, A., & Bachmann, T. (2010). Delayed offset of distracters masks a local target. Acta Psychologica, 134(3), 344 - 352.
  • Murd, C., Luiga, I., Kreegipuu, K., & Bachmann, T. (2010). Scotomas induced by multiple, spatially invariant TMS pulses have stable size and subjective contrast. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 77(2), 157 - 165.
  • Stamm, M., Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2011). Right-frontal slow negative potentials evoked by occipital TMS are reduced in NREM sleep. Neuroscience Letters, 493, 116 - 121.
  • Bachmann, T., Breitmeyer, B.G., & Öğmen, H. (2011). The experimental phenomena of consciousness: A brief dictionary revised edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Murd, C., & Bachmann, T. (2011). Spatially localized motion aftereffect disappears faster from awareness when selectively attended to according to its direction. Vision Research, 51, 1157 - 1162.
  • Karton, I., & Bachmann, T. (2011). Effect of prefrontal transcranial magnetic stimulation on spontaneous truth-telling. Behavioural Brain Research, 225(1), 209 – 214.
  • Maksimov, M., Murd, C., & Bachmann, T. (2011). Target-mask shape congruence impacts the type of metacontrast masking. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 52(6), 524-529.
  • Bachmann, T. (2011). Fair and open evaluation may call for temporarily hidden authorship, caution when counting the votes, and transparency of the full pre-publication procedure. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 5:61. doi: 10.3389/fncom.2011.00061
  • Bachmann, T. (2011). Attention as aprocess of selection, perception as a process of representation, and phenomenal experience as the resulting process of perception being modulated by a dedicated consciousness mechanism. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:387. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00387
  • Bachmann, T., Põder, E., & Murd, C. (2011). How the strength of a strong object mask varies in space and time when it is used as an uninformative singleton in visual search for target location. Psychology, 2(8), 824-833.
  • Aru, J., Bachmann, T., Singer, W., & Melloni, L. (2012). Distilling the neural correlates of consciousness. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 36(2), 737–746.
  • Bachmann, T. (2012). How to begin to overcome the ambiguity present in differentiation between contents and levels of consciousness?. Frontiers in Psychology 3:82. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00082 (March 2012, vol. 3, Article 82, 1-6.)
  • Aru, J., Korjus, K., Murd, C., & Bachmann, T. (2012). Spectral signatures of the effect of caffeine and occipitally applied transcranial magnetic stimulation in a task-free experimental setup. Journal of Caffeine Research, 2(1), 23-30. doi:10.1089/jcr.2011.0028.
  • Bachmann, T. (2012). Can quality be extracted from quantification of interactions by NBS? Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 6:11. doi: 10.3389/fncom.2012.00011.
  • Bachmann, T., Murd, C., & Põder, E. (2012). Flash-lag effect: complicating motion extrapolation of the moving reference-stimulus paradoxically augments the effect. Psychological Research, 76(5), 654-666.
  • Murd, C., Einberg, A., & Bachmann, T. (2012). Repetitive TMS over V5/MT shortens the duration of spatially localized motion aftereffect: The effects of pulse intensity and stimulation hemisphere. Vision Research, 68, 59–64.
  • Nurmoja, M., Eamets, T., Härma, H.-L., & Bachmann, T. (2012). Dependence of the appearance-based perception of criminality, suggestibility, and trustworthiness on the level of pixelation of facial images. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 115(2), 465-480.
  • Bachmann, T. (2013). Neurobiological mechanisms behind the spatiotemporal illusions of awareness used for advocating prediction or postdiction. Frontiers in Psychology, 3:593. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00593.
  • Maksimov, M., Vaht, M., Harro, J., & Bachmann, T. (2013). Can Common Functional Gene Variants Affect Visual Discrimination in Metacontrast Masking? PLoS ONE 8(1): e55287. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055287
  • Kirt, T., & Bachmann, T. (2013). Perceptual retouch theory derived modeling of interactions in the processing of successive visual objects for consciousness: Two-stage synchronization of neuronal oscillations. Consciousness and Cognition, 22(1), 330-347.
  • Ojasoo, N., Murd, C., Aru, M., & Bachmann, T. (2013). Manipulation of arousal by caffeine reduces metacontrast masking mostly when target and mask shapes are incongruent. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 72(2), 111-116. doi: 10.1024/1421-0185/a000104
  • Bachmann, T. (2013). On the all-or-none rule of conscious perception. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7:387. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00387
  • Bachmann, T., & Kirt, T. (2013). Perception of successive brief objects as a function of stimulus onset asynchrony: model experiments based on two-stage synchronization of neuronal oscillators. Cognitive Neurodynamics, 7(6), 465-475. doi: 10.1007/s11571-013-9250-4
  • Bachmann, T., & Francis, G. (2013). Visual masking: studying perception, attention, and consciousness. Elsevier / Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-12-800250-6
  • Rutiku, R., Einberg, A., Imanaka, K., & Bachmann, T. (2013). The effect of task-irrelevant visual backgrounds on human transcranial magnetic stimulation-evoked electroencephalography responses and cortical alpha activity. European Journal of Neuroscience, 38(12), 3768-3777. doi: 10.1111/ejn.12374
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2013). Phenomenal awareness can emerge without attention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7:891. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00891
  • Nurmoja, M., & Bachmann, T. (2014). Consistency of the relation between individual facial cues and the perceived suggestibility and trustworthiness across varying facial expression. Trames, 18(68/63), 105-119.
  • Karton, I., Rinne, J.-M., & Bachmann, T. (2014). Facilitating the right but not left DLPFC by TMS decreases truthfulness of object-naming responses. Behavioural Brain Research, 271, 89-93.
  • Bachmann, T. (2014). A hidden ambiguity of the term “feedback” in its use as an explanatory mechanism for psychophysical visual phenomena. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:780. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00780
  • Bachmann, T., & Hudetz, A. G. (2014). It is time to combine the two main traditions in the research on the neural correlates of consciousness: C = L × D. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:940. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00940
  • Karton, I., Palu, A., Jõks, K., & Bachmann, T. (2014). Deception rate in a “lying game”: Different effects of excitatoryrepetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of right and leftdorsolateral prefrontal cortex not found with inhibitory stimulation. Neuroscience Letters, 583, 21-25.
  • Maksimov, M., Vaht, M., Harro, J., & Bachmann, T. (2015). Single 5HTR2A-1438 A/G nucleotide polymorphism affects performance in a metacontrast masking task: Implications forvulnerability testing and neuromodulation of pyramidal cells. Neuroscience Letters, 584, 129-134.
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2015). Still wanted—the mechanisms of consciousness! Frontiers in Psychology, 6:5. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00005
  • Maksimov, M., Vaht, M., Murd, C., Harro, J., & Bachmann, T. (2015). Brain dopaminergic system related genetic variability interacts with target/mask timing in metacontrast masking. Neuropsychologia, 71, 112-118.
  • Bachmann, T., & Aru, J. (2015). Comments on how Mack et al. (2015) (do not) see iconic memory. Consciousness and Cognition, 34, 73-74.
  • Rutiku, R., Martin, M., Bachmann, T., & Aru, J. (2015). Does the P300 reflect conscious perception or its consequences? Neuroscience, 298, 180-189.
  • Stamm, M., Aru, J., Rutiku, R., & Bachmann, T. (2015). Occipital long-interval paired pulse TMS leads to slow wave components in NREM sleep. Consciousness and Cognition, 35(5), 78-87.
  • Bachmann, T. (2015). Unmasking the pitfalls of the masking method in consciousness research. In M. Overgaard (Ed.), Behavioral Methods in Consciousness Research (Chapter 4, pp. 49-75). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Aru, J., Bachmann, T., eds. (2015). Beyond the Simple Contrastive Analysis: Appropriate Experimental Approaches for Unraveling the Neural Basis of Conscious Experience. Lausanne: Frontiers Media. doi: 10.3389/978-2-88919-547-3
  • Bachmann, T. (2015). On the brain-imaging markers of neural correlates of consciousness. Frontiers in Psychology 6:868. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00868.
  • Aru, J., Bachmann, T., Singer, W., & Melloni, L. (2015). On why the unconscious prerequisites and consequences of consciousness might derail us from unraveling the neural correlates of consciousness. In S. M. Miller (Ed.), The constitution of phenomenal consciousness. (pp. 205-225). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. .
  • Bachmann, T. (2015) How a (sub)cellular coincidence detection mechanism featuring layer-5 pyramidal cells may help produce various visual phenomena. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:1947. 1-9. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01947
  • Rutiku, R., Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2016). General markers of conscious visual perception and their timing. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10:23. 1-15. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2016.00023
  • Bachmann, T. (2016). Perception of Pixelated Images. London / San Diego: Elsevier / Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-12-809311-5.
  • Rutiku, R., Tulver, K., Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2016). Visual masking with frontally applied pre-stimulus TMS and its subject-specific neural correlates. Brain Research, 1642, 136-145.
  • Bachmann, T., & Aru, J. (2016). When expectation confounds iconic memory. Consciousness and Cognition, 45, 198-199.
  • Tulviste, J., Goldberg, E., Podell, K., & Bachmann, T. (2016). Effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on non-veridical decision making. Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 76(3), 182–191.
  • Otsa, M., Paaver, M., Harro, J., & Bachmann, T. (2016). A Biomarker of risk-prone behavioral phenotype correlates with winning in a game of skill. Journal of Psychophysiology, 30(4), 155--164. DOI: 10.1027/0269-8803/a000165
  • Maksimov, M., Vaht, M., Murd, C., Harro, J., & Bachmann, T. (2017). Variants of TPH2 interact with fast visual processing as assessed by metacontrast. NeuroReport, 28(2), 111-114.
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2017). In and out of consciousness: How does conscious processing (d)evolve over time? Frontiers in Psychology, 8:128. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00128
  • Karton, I., & Bachmann, T. (2017). Disrupting dorsolateral prefrontal cortex by rTMS reduces the P300 based marker of deception. Brain and Behavior, 7(4), 1-8. DOI: 10.1002/brb3.656
  • Bachmann, T. (2017). Book Review: Reflections on Mind and the Image of Reality. Mind & Matter, 15(1), 147-149. ISSN 1611-8812
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2017). Expectation creates something out of nothing: The role of attention in iconic memory reconsidered. Consciousness and Cognition, 53, 203-210.
  • Bachmann, T., & Rutiku, R. (2017). Editorial: Electroencephalographic markers of conscious and unconscious perception. Consciousness and Cognition, 54, 1-2.
  • Rutiku, R., & Bachmann, T. (2017). Juxtaposing the real-time unfolding of subjective experience and ERP neuromarker dynamics. Consciousness and Cognition, 54, 3-19.
  • Francis, G., & Bachmann, T. (2018). Registered reports for Consciousness and Cognition. Consciousness and Cognition, 57, A1-A4.
  • Phillips, W. A, Bachmann, T., & Storm, J. F. (2018) Apical Function in Neocortical Pyramidal Cells: A Common Pathway by Which General Anesthetics Can Affect Mental State. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 12:50. 1-15. doi: 10.3389/fncir.2018.00050
  • Aru, J., Tulver, K., & Bachmann, T. (2018). It’s all in your head: Expectations create illusory perception in a dual-task setup. Consciousness and Cognition, 65, 197–208.
  • Owens, D.A., Hesselmann, G., & Bachmann, T. (2018). Visual experience and guidance of action: A tribute to Bruce Bridgeman / Editorial: Remembering Bruce Bridgeman. Consciousness and Cognition, 64, 1-2.
  • Bachmann, T. (2018). Visual masking: Contributions from and comments on Bruce Bridgeman. Consciousness and Cognition, 64, 13-18.
  • Bachmann, T. (2018). On a strategy of advancement of TMS based methods for studying NCC. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:2026. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02026.
  • Bachmann, T. (2018). Excess of individual variability of priors prevents successful development of general models. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 41, E224. doi:10.1017/S0140525X18001310
  • Tulviste, J., & Bachmann, T. (2019). Diminished Risk-Aversion After Right DLPFC Stimulation: Effects of rTMS on a Risky Ball Throwing Task. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 25(1), 72-78. doi:10.1017/S1355617718000930
  • Tulviste, J., Goldberg, E., Podell, K., Vaht, M., Harro, J., & Bachmann, T. (2019). BDNF polymorphism in non-veridical decision making and differential effects of rTMS. Behavioural Brain Research, 364, 177-182.
  • Tulver, K., Aru, J., Rutiku, R., & Bachmann, T. (2019). Individual differences in the effects of priors on perception: A multiparadigm approach. Cognition, 187, 167-177.
  • Bachmann, T. (2019). The first. In A. Realo (Ed.), In praise of an inquisitive mind. A Festschrift in honor of Jüri Allik on the occasion of his 70th birthday. (pp. 29-38.) Tartu: University of Tartu Press. ISBN 978-9949-77-997-0.
  • Bachmann, T. (2019). Perceptual microgenesis – what are its real-time characteristics? Acta Neuropsychologica, 17(2), 111-127.
  • Aru, J., Suzuki, M., Rutiku, R., Larkum, M. E., & Bachmann, T. (2019). Coupling the State and Contents of Consciousness. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 13:43. (1-9) doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2019.00043.

Eestikeelsed publikatsioonid[muuda | muuda lähteteksti]

  • Huik J., & Bachmann, T. (1982). Illustratsioone psühholoogia üldkursuse näitlikustamiseks / Üldpsühholoogia I. Tundlikkus ja taju. (150 lk) Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
  • Bachmann, T. (1984). Informatsioonitöötlus kognitiivses psühholoogias. (98 lk). Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
  • Bachmann, T., & Maruste, R. (1985). Õiguspsühholoogia alused.1. (71 lk) Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
  • Bachmann T. (1985). Eksperimentaalesteetikast. Looming, #8, 1097-1111.
  • Bachmann, T., & Maruste, R. (1987). Õiguspsühholoogia alused. 2. (90 lk) Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
  • Bachmann, T., & Maruste, R. (1989). Õiguspsühholoogia alused. 3. (95 lk) Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
  • Bachmann, T., & Huik, J. (1989). Imetabane taju. (226 lk) Tallinn: "Valgus".
  • Pervik M., & Bachmann T. (1990). Logotüüpide psühholoogilisest aspektist. Tehnika ja Tootmine, #2, 18-21.
  • Bachmann T. (1993). Imperatiive impeeriumijärgse Eesti kõrgharidusele. Kogumikus A. Köörna, K. Martinson jt. (Toim.), Teaduslugu ja nüüdisaeg VIII. Millist teadust vajab nüüdis-Eesti: Suunad, prioriteedid, organisatsioon, vajadused, vóimalused. (lk 72-117). Tallinn: Teadusajaloo ja Teadusfilosoofia Eesti Ühendus.
  • Bachmann, T. (1994). Reklaamipsühholoogia. (355 lk) Tallinn: Kontuur-Disain.
  • Bachmann, T. (1997). Imperatiive impeeriumijärgse Eesti kõrgharidusele: järg 1996 A.D. Kogumikus O. Aarna, & K. Martinson (Toim.), Teaduslugu ja nüüdisaeg X. Millist teadust vajab nüüdis-Eesti ... Neli aastat hiljem. (lk 146-175). Tallinn: Teadusajaloo ja Teadusfilosoofia Eesti Ühendus.
  • Bachmann, T. (2000). Kui ei saa minna otse ega ümber, tuleks minna veelgi otsemini: Kommentaar Chalmers’i teadvuseotsinguile. Akadeemia, 12(7), 1528-1543.
  • Bachmann, T., & Maruste, R. (2001). Psühholoogia alused. (334 lk) Tallinn: Ilo.
  • Bachmann, T. (2003). Psühhonoomia juriidilises kontekstis. Tutvustavad loengud. (158 lk) Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
  • Bachmann, T., & Maruste, R. (2003). Psühholoogia alused. 2., täiendatud trükk (352 lk) Tallinn: Ilo.
  • Bachmann, T. (2004). Teaduspraktika tahud ja toed. (378 lk). Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.
  • Bachmann, T. (2005). Reklaamipsühholoogia. (400 lk). Tallinn: Ilo.
  • Bachmann, T. (2005). Teaduslik psühholoogia ja kognitiivne neuroteadus valest ja valetamisest. Kogumikus M.Öpik, I.Tulva, I.Puura (Koost.), Vale teooria. Schola Biotheoretica XXXI. (41-55.) Tartu: ELUS. (ISBN 9985-9591-1-6.)
  • Bachmann, T. (2006). Ajuajastu ehk vaimu vaatamise algus. Director, 9(56), 56-59.
  • Bachmann, T. (2007). Kognitiivse neuroteaduse ja psühholoogia võimalustest valetamise ja varjatud süülise teadmise avastamisel. Juridica, nr 4, 215-228.
  • Nurmoja, M., & Bachmann, T. (2008). Ega nina otsast või meest tunda. Horisont, #3, 12-15.
  • Bachmann, T., & Maruste, R. (2008). Psühholoogia alused. 3. trükk (352 lk) Tallinn: Ilo.
  • Bachmann, T. (2008). Kõne ja reklaam. Kogumikus Avatult avalikust kõnest. (79-90.) Tartu: Atlex.
  • Bachmann, T. (2008). Valetamismärgid. Kuidas tunda ära valetamist? (151 lk) Tallinn: AS Äripäev.
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2009). Sissejuhatus teadvuseteadusesse. Horisont, #5, 38-43.
  • Aru, J., & Bachmann, T. (2009). Tähelepanu ja teadvus. (384 lk) Tallinn: Tänapäev.
  • Reiman, K., & Bachmann, T. (2009). Kognitiivne privaatsus kui põhiseadusliku vabaduse väljendus. Juridica, nr 2, 97-104.
  • Bachmann, T. (2009). Reklaamipsühholoogia. (415 lk) Tallinn: Ilo.
  • Bachmann, T. (2010). Keha ja tema isiksus. Psühholoogiline antropoloogia füüsilise isiksuse uurimismail. (231 lk) Tallinn: TEA/Iloprint.
  • Bachmann, T., & Maruste, R. (2011). Psühholoogia alused. 4. trükk (440 lk) Tallinn: Ilo/TEA.
  • Rahu, M., & Bachmann, T. (2015). Teadusartikkel: autorsus ja tänuavaldus. Akadeemia, 27(1), 3-43.
  • Bachmann, T. (2015). Psühholoogia. Raamat juristile. Tallinn: Kirjastus Juura. (ISBN 978-9985-75-422-1, 392 lk.)
  • Bachmann, T. (2016). Teadvusenähtusi tähistavad mõisted ja psühhoanalüüs eesti moodi. /Väitlus/ Akadeemia, Nr. 28(3), 526-530.
  • Rahu, M., & Bachmann, T. (2017). Teadusartikkel: eelretsenseerimisprotsess. Akadeemia, 29(1), 38-71.