Katharina von Kriegstein

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Jiang J, von Kriegstein K, Jiang J. (2020) Brain mechanisms of eye contact during verbal communication predict autistic traits in neurotypical individuals. Scientific Reports. 10: 14602
Borowiak K, von Kriegstein K. (2020) Intranasal oxytocin modulates brain responses to voice-identity recognition in typically developing individuals, but not in ASD. Translational Psychiatry. 10: 221
Bitzer S, Park H, Maess B, et al. (2020) Representation of Perceptual Evidence in the Human Brain Assessed by Fast, Within-Trial Dynamic Stimuli. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 9
Borowiak K, Maguinness C, von Kriegstein K. (2019) Dorsal-movement and ventral-form regions are functionally connected during visual-speech recognition. Human Brain Mapping
Borowiak K, Schelinski S, von Kriegstein K. (2018) Recognizing visual speech: Reduced responses in visual-movement regions, but not other speech regions in autism. Neuroimage. Clinical. 20: 1078-1091
Kreitewolf J, Mathias SR, von Kriegstein K. (2017) Implicit Talker Training Improves Comprehension of Auditory Speech in Noise. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 1584
Jiang J, Borowiak K, Tudge L, et al. (2016) Neural Mechanisms of Eye Contact When Listening to Another Person Talking. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Schelinski S, Borowiak K, von Kriegstein K. (2016) Temporal voice areas exist in autism spectrum disorder but are dysfunctional for voice identity recognition. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
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
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