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M. Sc. Schatton, Cornelia

PhD Student


Room: 5.522
Section for Computational Sensomotorics
Department of Cognitive Neurology
Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research
Centre for Integrated Neuroscience
University Clinic Tübingen
Otfried-Müller-Str. 25
72076 Tübingen, Germany

+497071 2989131

Cornelia Schatton


Reviewed Publications

Schatton, C., Synofzik, M., Fleszar, Z., Giese, M. A., Schöls, L. & Ilg, W. (2017). Individualized exergame training improves postural control in advanced degenerative spinocerebellar ataxia: a rater-blinded, intra-individually controlled trial. Parkinsonism and Related Disorders [Epub ahead of print], 39(80-84). [More] 
Ilg, W., Fleszar, Z., Schatton, C., Hengel, H., Harmuth, F., Bauer, P. et al. (2016). Individual changes in preclinical spinocerebellar ataxia identified via increased motor complexity. Mov Disord., 31(12), 1891-1900. [More] 
Synofzik, M., Schatton, C., Giese, M. A., Wolf, J., Schöls, L. & Ilg, W. (2013). Videogame-based coordinative training can improve advanced, multisystemic early-onset ataxia. Journal of Neurology, 260(10), 2656-2658. [More] 
Schatton, C., Synofzik, M. & Ilg, W. (2013). Kinder und Jugendliche mit degenerativer Ataxie profitieren vom videospiel-basierten Koordinationstraining. Neuroreha, 5(2), 87–92. [More] 
Ilg, W., Schatton, C., Giese, M. A., Schöls, L. & Synofzik, M. (2012). Video game-based coordinative training improves ataxia in children with degenerative ataxia. Neurology, 79(20), 2056-60. [More] 

Unreviewed Publications

Schatton, C., Moritz, J.-M., Bauer, A. S., Giese, M. A., Synofzik, M. & Ilg, W (2015). Development of exergames for the training and evaluation of coordination and dynamic stability in cerebellar ataxia. ISPGR World Congress 2015, Sevilla, June 28- July 2st . [More] 
Schatton, C., Müller, B., Ludolph, N., Giese, M. A., Schöls, L., Synofzik, M. et al (2013). Whole-body controlled video games improve dynamic stability in children with degenerative cerebellar disease SFN 2013, San Diego, USA. [More]