Department of Neuropsychology

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Journal Article (9)

  1. Journal Article
    Mayer, K. M.; Macedonia, M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Recently learned foreign abstract and concrete nouns are represented in distinct cortical networks similar to the native language. Human Brain Mapping 38 (9), pp. 4398 - 4412 (2017)
  2. Journal Article
    Mayer, K. M.; Vuong, Q. C.; Thornton, I. M.: Do people "pop out"? PLoS One 10 (10) (2015)
  3. Journal Article
    Mayer, K. M.; Yildiz, I. B.; Macedonia, M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual and motor cortices differentially support the translation of foreign language words. Current Biology 25 (4), pp. 530 - 535 (2015)
  4. Journal Article
    Mayer, K.; Vuong, Q.: TBSS and probabilistic tractography reveal white matter connections for attention to object features. Brain Structure & Function 219 (6), pp. 2159 - 2171 (2014)
  5. Journal Article
    Mayer, K.; Di Luca, M.; Ernst, M. O.: Duration perception in crossmodally-defined intervals. Acta Psychologica 147, pp. 2 - 9 (2014)
  6. Journal Article
    Mayer, K.; Vuong, Q.: Automatic processing of unattended object features by functional connectivity. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7 (2013)
  7. Journal Article
    Helbig, H. B.; Ernst, M. O.; Ricciardi, E.; Pietrini, P.; Thielscher, A.; Mayer, K.; Schultz, J.; Noppeney, U.: The neural mechanisms of reliability weighted integration of shape information from vision and touch. NeuroImage 60 (2), pp. 1063 - 1072 (2012)
  8. Journal Article
    Mayer, K.; Vuong, Q. C.: The influence of unattended features on object processing depends on task demand. Vision Research 56, pp. 20 - 27 (2012)
  9. Journal Article
    Overvliet, K. E.; Mayer, K.; Smeets, J. B.J.; Brenner, E.: Haptic search is more efficient when the stimulus can be interpreted as consisting of fewer items. Acta Psychologica 127 (1), pp. 51 - 56 (2008)

Poster (2)

  1. Poster
    Mathias, B.; Sureth, L.; Hartwigsen, G.; Macedonia, M.; Mayer, K. M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual sensory cortices facilitate translation of auditory foreign language words. 11th Annual Forum of Neuroscience, Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), Berlin, Germany (2018)
  2. Poster
    Mathias, B.; Sureth, L.; Hartwigsen, G.; Macedonia, M.; Mayer, K. M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Superior temporal sulcus is causally involved in the translation of foreign language words learned using gestures. Erasmus Mundus Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Exchange Symposium, Leipzig, Germany (2017)
 
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