Katharina von Kriegstein

"Katharina von Kriegstein"
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Kreitewolf J, Mathias SR, von Kriegstein K. (2017) Implicit Talker Training Improves Comprehension of Auditory Speech in Noise. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 1584
Park H, Lueckmann JM, von Kriegstein K, et al. (2016) Spatiotemporal dynamics of random stimuli account for trial-to-trial variability in perceptual decision making. Scientific Reports. 6: 18832
Mayer KM, Yildiz IB, Macedonia M, et al. (2015) Visual and motor cortices differentially support the translation of foreign language words. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 530-5
Riedel P, Ragert P, Schelinski S, et al. (2015) Visual face-movement sensitive cortex is relevant for auditory-only speech recognition. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 68: 86-99
Blank H, Kiebel SJ, von Kriegstein K. (2015) How the human brain exchanges information across sensory modalities to recognize other people. Human Brain Mapping. 36: 324-39
Schall S, Kiebel SJ, Maess B, et al. (2015) Voice identity recognition: functional division of the right STS and its behavioral relevance. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 280-91
Blank H, Wieland N, von Kriegstein K. (2014) Person recognition and the brain: merging evidence from patients and healthy individuals. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 47: 717-34
Schelinski S, Riedel P, von Kriegstein K. (2014) Visual abilities are important for auditory-only speech recognition: evidence from autism spectrum disorder. Neuropsychologia. 65: 1-11
Roswandowitz C, Mathias SR, Hintz F, et al. (2014) Two cases of selective developmental voice-recognition impairments. Current Biology : Cb. 24: 2348-53
Kreitewolf J, Friederici AD, von Kriegstein K. (2014) Hemispheric lateralization of linguistic prosody recognition in comparison to speech and speaker recognition. Neuroimage. 102: 332-44
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