Hellmuth Obrig

Affiliations: 
Charité Hospital, Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
Area:
Neurovascular coupling
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Weicker J, Hudl N, Hildebrandt H, et al. (2020) The effect of high vs. low intensity neuropsychological treatment on working memory in patients with acquired brain injury. Brain Injury. 1-10
Hartwigsen G, Stockert A, Charpentier L, et al. (2020) Short-term modulation of the lesioned language network. Elife. 9
Martins MJD, Krause C, Neville DA, et al. (2019) Recursive hierarchical embedding in vision is impaired by posterior middle temporal gyrus lesions. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 142: 3217-3229
Fritz TH, Schütte F, Steixner A, et al. (2019) Musical meaning modulates word acquisition. Brain and Language. 190: 10-15
Woost L, Bazin PL, Taubert M, et al. (2018) Physical Exercise and Spatial Training: A Longitudinal Study of Effects on Cognition, Growth Factors, and Hippocampal Plasticity. Scientific Reports. 8: 4239
Roswandowitz C, Kappes C, Obrig H, et al. (2017) Obligatory and facultative brain regions for voice-identity recognition. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Woost L, Klein T, Roggenhofer E, et al. (2017) P 64 Effects of a combined physical and cognitive training on cognition and neurotrophic levels Clinical Neurophysiology. 128: e359-e360
Roswandowitz C, Kappes C, Obrig H, et al. (2017) P 15 Voice-identity processing deficits are induced by lesions in the temporal and inferior parietal lobe Clinical Neurophysiology. 128
Obrig H, Mentzel J, Rossi S. (2016) Universal and language-specific sublexical cues in speech perception: a novel electroencephalography-lesion approach. Brain : a Journal of Neurology
Wessel JR, Ullsperger M, Obrig H, et al. (2015) Neural synchrony indexes impaired motor slowing after errors and novelty after white matter damage. Neurobiology of Aging
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