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Markus Handal Sneve

Dr. Markus is highly skilled, holding a PhD in psychology. He is a dedicated researcher who consistently stays at the forefront of the field through his passion for exploring and discovering new advancements.


Publications by Member

YearAuthorsTitleJournal
2023E Capogna, MH Sneve, L Raud et al.Whole-brain connectivity during encoding: age-related differences and associations with cognitive and brain structural declineCerebral Cortex 33 (1), 68-82
2023JM Roe, D Vidal-Pineiro, IK Amlien et al.Tracing the development and lifespan change of population-level structural asymmetry in the cerebral cortexElife 12, e84685
2023L Folvik, MH Sneve, HT Ness et al.Sustained upregulation of widespread hippocampal–neocortical coupling following memory encodingCerebral Cortex 33 (8), 4844-4858
2023AR Løchen, KK Kolskår, AMG de Lange, MH Sneve, B Haatveit & ...Visual processing deficits in patients with schizophrenia spectrum and bipolar disorders and associations with psychotic symptoms, and intellectual abilitiesHeliyon 9 (2)
2023L Raud, MH Sneve, D Vidal-Piñeiro et al.Hippocampal-cortical functional connectivity during memory encoding and retrievalNeuroImage 279, 120309
2022HT Ness, L Folvik, MH Sneve et al.Reduced hippocampal-striatal interactions during formation of durable episodic memories in agingCerebral Cortex 32 (11), 2358-2372
2021L Lengali, J Hippe, C Hatlestad-Hall, TW Rygvold, MH Sneve & ...Sensory-induced human LTP-Like synaptic plasticity–using visual evoked potentials to explore the relation between LTP-like synaptic plasticity and visual perceptual learningFrontiers in Human Neuroscience 15, 684573
2021D Vidal-Piñeiro, MH Sneve, IK Amlien, H Grydeland, AM Mowinckel & ...The functional foundations of episodic memory remain stable throughout the lifespanCerebral Cortex 31 (4), 2098-2110
2021O Esteban, A Adebimpe, CJ Markiewicz, M Goncalves, RW Blair & ...The Bermuda Triangle of d-and f-MRI sailors-software for susceptibility distortions (SDCFlows)OSF Preprints
2021AR Løchen, KK Kolskår, AMG de Lange, MH Sneve, B Haatveit & ...Spatial frequency discrimination in patients with schizophrenia spectrum and bipolar disorders: Evidence of early visual processing deficits and associations with intellectual …medRxiv 2021.06. 28.21259309
2020E Langnes, MH Sneve, D Sederevicius, IK Amlien, KB Walhovd & AM FjellAnterior and posterior hippocampus macro‐and microstructure across the lifespan in relation to memory—A longitudinal studyHippocampus 30 (7), 678-692
2020T Endestad, RI Godøy, MH Sneve, T Hagen, A Bochynska & B LaengMental effort when playing, listening, and imagining music in one Pianist’s eyes and brainFrontiers in Human Neuroscience 14, 576888
2020AM Fjell, D Sederevicius, MH Sneve, AMG de Lange, ACS Bråthen & ...Self-reported Sleep Problems Related to Amyloid Deposition in Cortical Regions with High HOMER1 Gene ExpressionCerebral Cortex 30 (4), 2144-2156
2020JM Roe, D Vidal-Piñeiro, MH Sneve et al.Age-related differences in functional asymmetry during memory retrieval revisited: no evidence for contralateral overactivation or compensationCerebral Cortex 30 (3), 1129-1147
2019E Langnes, D Vidal-Piñeiro, MH Sneve, IK Amlien, KB Walhovd & AM FjellDevelopment and decline of the hippocampal long-axis specialization and differentiation during encoding and retrieval of episodic memoriesCerebral Cortex 29 (8), 3398-3414
2019AM Fjell, CH Chen, D Sederevicius, MH Sneve, H Grydeland & ...Continuity and discontinuity in human cortical development and change from embryonic stages to old ageCerebral Cortex 29 (9), 3879-3890
2019D Vidal-Piñeiro, MH Sneve, LH Nyberg, AM Mowinckel, D Sederevicius & ...Maintained frontal activity underlies high memory function over 8 years in agingCerebral Cortex 29 (7), 3111-3123
2019MH Sneve, H Grydeland, MGP Rosa et al.High-expanding regions in primate cortical brain evolution support supramodal cognitive flexibilityCerebral Cortex 29 (9), 3891-3901
2019KM Walle, JE Nordvik, F Becker, T Espeseth, MH Sneve & B LaengUnilateral neglect post stroke: Eye movement frequencies indicate directional hypokinesia while fixation distributions suggest compensational mechanismBrain and Behavior 9 (1), e01170
2019AM Fjell, MH Sneve, D Sederevicius, Ø Sørensen, SK Krogsrud & ...Volumetric and microstructural regional changes of the hippocampus underlying development of recall performance after extended retention intervalsDevelopmental Cognitive Neuroscience 40, 100723
2019IK Amlien, MH Sneve, D Vidal-Piñeiro, KB Walhovd & AM FjellElaboration benefits source memory encoding through centrality changeScientific Reports 9 (1), 3704
2019E Langnes, MH Sneve, D Sederevicius, IK Amlien, KB Walhovd & AM FjellLifespan trajectories and relationships to memory of the macro-and microstructure of the anterior and posterior hippocampus–a longitudinal multi-modal imaging studyBioRxiv 564732
2019AM Fjell, MH Sneve, D Sederevicius, Ø Sørensen, SK Krogsrud & ...Volumetric and microstructural regional changes of the hippocampus underlying development of extended delay long-term memorybioRxiv 595827
2018IK Amlien, MH Sneve, D Vidal-Piñeiro, KB Walhovd & AM FjellThe lifespan trajectory of the encoding-retrieval flip: A multimodal examination of medial parietal cortex contributions to episodic memoryJournal of Neuroscience 38 (40), 8666-8679
2018ACS Bråthen, AMG De Lange, DA Rohani, MH Sneve, AM Fjell & ...Multimodal cortical and hippocampal prediction of episodic‐memory plasticity in young and older adultsHuman Brain Mapping 39 (11), 4480-4492
2018AM Fjell, D Sederevicius, MH Sneve, AMG de Lange, AC Sjøli Bråthen & ...Longitudinal increase in sleep problems is related to amyloid deposition in cortical regions with high HOMER1 gene expressionbioRxiv 335612
2018MH Sneve, H Grydeland, MGP Rosa et al.The hotspots in primate cortical brain evolution support supramodal cognitive flexibilitybioRxiv 333930
2017AM Fjell, MH Sneve, H Grydeland, AB Storsve & KB WalhovdThe disconnected brain and executive function decline in agingCerebral cortex 27 (3), 2303-2317
2017AM Fjell, MH Sneve, H Grydeland et al.Relationship between structural and functional connectivity change across the adult lifespan: a longitudinal investigationHuman brain mapping 38 (1), 561-573
2017MH Sneve, H Grydeland, IK Amlien, E Langnes, KB Walhovd & AM FjellDecoupling of large-scale brain networks supports the consolidation of durable episodic memoriesNeuroimage 153, 336-345
2017D Vidal-Piñeiro, MH Sneve, AB Storsve, JM Roe, KB Walhovd & AM FjellNeural correlates of durable memories across the adult lifespan: brain activity at encoding and retrievalNeurobiology of aging 60, 20-33
2017M Sneve, AM Fjell & K BeateDUF1220 copy number and the evolutionary expansion of primate cerebral cortexBEHAVIOR GENETICS 47 (6), 715-716
2016AM Fjell, MH Sneve, AB Storsve, H Grydeland, A Yendiki & KB WalhovdBrain events underlying episodic memory changes in aging: a longitudinal investigation of structural and functional connectivityCerebral cortex 26 (3), 1272-1286
2016JM Roe, M Nesheim, NC Mathiesen, T Moberget, D Alnæs & MH SneveThe effects of tDCS upon sustained visual attention are dependent on cognitive loadNeuropsychologia 80, 1-8
2016ES Dørum, D Alnæs, T Kaufmann et al.Age‐related differences in brain network activation and co‐activation during multiple object trackingBrain and behavior 6 (11), e00533
2015AM Fjell, MH Sneve, H Grydeland et al.Functional connectivity change across multiple cortical networks relates to episodic memory changes in agingNeurobiology of Aging 36 (12), 3255-3268
2015MH Sneve, H Grydeland, L Nyberg et al.Mechanisms underlying encoding of short-lived versus durable episodic memoriesJournal of Neuroscience 35 (13), 5202-5212
2015D Alnæs, T Kaufmann, G Richard et al.Attentional load modulates large-scale functional brain connectivity beyond the core attention networksNeuroimage 109, 260-272
2015D Alnæs, MH Sneve, G Richard et al.Functional connectivity indicates differential roles for the intraparietal sulcus and the superior parietal lobule in multiple object trackingNeuroimage 123, 129-137
2015AM Fjell, IK Amlien, MH Sneve et al.The roots of Alzheimer's disease: are high-expanding cortical areas preferentially targeted?Cerebral Cortex 25 (9), 2556-2565
2015MH Sneve, KK Sreenivasan, D Alnæs, T Endestad & S MagnussenShort-term retention of visual information: Evidence in support of feature-based attention as an underlying mechanismNeuropsychologia 66, 1-9
2014D Alnæs, MH Sneve, T Espeseth, T Endestad, SHP van de Pavert & ...Pupil size signals mental effort deployed during multiple object tracking and predicts brain activity in the dorsal attention network and the locus coeruleusJournal of vision 14 (4), 1-1
2013MH Sneve, S Magnussen, D Alnæs, T Endestad & M D'EspositoTop–down modulation from inferior frontal junction to FEFs and intraparietal sulcus during short-term memory for visual featuresJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25 (11), 1944-1956
2012MH Sneve, D Alnæs, T Endestad, MW Greenlee & S MagnussenVisual short-term memory: Activity supporting encoding and maintenance in retinotopic visual cortexNeuroimage 63 (1), 166-178
2011MH Sneve, D Alnæs, T Endestad, MW Greenlee & S MagnussenModulation of activity in human visual area V1 during memory maskingPloS one 6 (4), e18651
2010T Espeseth, MH Sneve, H Rootwelt & B LaengNicotinic receptor gene CHRNA4 interacts with processing load in attentionPloS one 5 (12), e14407
L Raud, MH Sneve, D Vidal-Piñeiro et al.Hippocampal-cortical functional connectivity