Mathias Scharinger, PhD

Auditory Cognition Group Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig 
"Mathias Scharinger"
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Rinke P, Schmidt T, Beier K, et al. (2022) Rapid pre-attentive processing of a famous speaker: Electrophysiological effects of Angela Merkel's voice. Neuropsychologia. 173: 108312
Hestvik A, Scharinger M, Shafer VL, et al. (2022) Editorial: Phonological Representations and Mismatch Negativity Asymmetries. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 16: 916074
Scharinger M, Knoop CA, Wagner V, et al. (2022) Neural processing of poems and songs is based on melodic properties. Neuroimage. 257: 119310
Henrich K, Scharinger M. (2022) Predictive Processing in Poetic Language: Event-Related Potentials Data on Rhythmic Omissions in Metered Speech. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 782765
Riedinger M, Nagels A, Werth A, et al. (2021) Asymmetries in Accessing Vowel Representations Are Driven by Phonological and Acoustic Properties: Neural and Behavioral Evidence From Natural German Minimal Pairs. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 15: 612345
Auracher J, Menninghaus W, Scharinger M. (2020) Sound Predicts Meaning: Cross-Modal Associations Between Formant Frequency and Emotional Tone in Stanzas. Cognitive Science. 44: e12906
Scharinger M. (2020) Abstractions, predictions, and speech sound representations. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 43: e146
Frank M, Muhlack B, Zebe F, et al. (2020) Contributions of pitch and spectral information to cortical vowel categorization Journal of Phonetics. 79: 100963
Auracher J, Scharinger M, Menninghaus W. (2019) Contiguity-based sound iconicity: The meaning of words resonates with phonetic properties of their immediate verbal contexts. Plos One. 14: e0216930
Zimmerer F, Scharinger M, Cornell S, et al. (2019) Neural mechanisms for coping with acoustically reduced speech. Brain and Language. 191: 46-57
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