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Journal Article (12)

  1. Journal Article
    Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Brief report: Speech-in-noise recognition and the relation to vocal pitch perception in adults with autism spectrum disorder and typical development. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (accepted)
  2. Journal Article
    Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: The relation between vocal pitch and vocal emotion recognition abilities in people with autism spectrum disorder and typical development. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 49 (1), pp. 68 - 82 (2019)
  3. Journal Article
    Borowiak, K.; Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Recognizing visual speech: Reduced responses in visual-movement regions, but not other speech regions in autism. NeuroImage: Clinical 20 (2018)
  4. Journal Article
    Roswandowitz, C.; Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Developmental phonagnosia: Linking neural mechanisms with the behavioural phenotype. NeuroImage 155, pp. 97 - 112 (2017)
  5. Journal Article
    Schelinski, S.; Roswandowitz, C.; von Kriegstein, K.: Voice identity processing in autism spectrum disorder. Autism Research 10 (1), pp. 155 - 168 (2017)
  6. Journal Article
    Schelinski, S.; Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Temporal voice areas exist in autism spectrum disorder but are dysfunctional for voice identity recognition. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (11), pp. 1812 - 1822 (2016)
  7. Journal Article
    Riedel, P.; Ragert, P.; Schelinski, S.; Kiebel, S. J.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual face-movement sensitive cortex is relevant for auditory-only speech recognition. Cortex 68, pp. 86 - 99 (2015)
  8. Journal Article
    Schelinski, S.; Riedel, P.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual abilities are important for auditory-only speech recognition: Evidence from autism spectrum disorder. Neuropsychologia 65, pp. 1 - 11 (2014)
  9. Journal Article
    Roswandowitz, C.; Mathias, S. R.; Hintz, F.; Kreitewolf, J.; Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Two cases of selective developmental voice-recognition impairments. Current Biology 24 (19), pp. 2348 - 2353 (2014)
  10. Journal Article
    Anderson, L. C.; Bolling, D. Z.; Schelinski, S.; Coffman, M. C.; Pelphrey, K. A.; Kaiser, M. D.: Sex differences in the development of brain mechanisms for processing biological motion. NeuroImage 83, pp. 751 - 760 (2013)
  11. Journal Article
    Westphal, A.; Schelinski, S.; Volkmar, F.; Pelphrey, K.: Revisiting regression in autism: Heller's dementia infantilis. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 43 (2), pp. 265 - 271 (2013)
  12. Journal Article
    Koelsch, S.; Kilches, S.; Steinbeis, N.; Schelinski, S.: Effects of unexpected chords and of performer's expression on brain responses and electrodermal activity. PLoS ONE 3 (7), e2631 (2008)

Talk (9)

  1. Talk
    Schelinski, S.: Voice identity processing in autism spectrum disorder. 12th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions (WGAS), Augsburg, Germany (2019)
  2. Talk
    Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Reduced neural processing of speech‐in‐noise in the left inferior frontal gyrus in autism spectrum disorder. 12th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions (WGAS), Augsburg, Germany (2019)
  3. Talk
    Schelinski, S.: Mechanisms of voice processing: Evidence from autism spectrum disorder. Research Seminars in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience (Colloquium), Department for General Psychology, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany (2018)
  4. Talk
    Schelinski, S.: Mechanismen der Stimmenverarbeitung bei Patienten mit Autismus-Spektrum-Störungen. Fortbildungsreihe, Fachklinikum Brandis, Germany (2017)
  5. Talk
    Borowiak, K.; Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual-speech recognition difficulties in high-functioning autism are associated with low responses in visual movement areas. 10th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions (WGAS), Berlin, Germany (2017)
  6. Talk
    Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Temporal voice areas exist in autism spectrum disorder but are dysfunctional for voice identity recognition. TeaP 2017 - 59th Conference of Experimental Psychologists, Dresden, Germany (2017)
  7. Talk
    Schelinski, S.; Roswandowitz, C.; von Kriegstein, K.: Voice processing in high-functioning autism spectrum disorder: Behavioural mechanisms. 9th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions, Freiburg, Germany (2016)
  8. Talk
    Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: I know what you are saying- but who are you? Neural processing of voices in autism spectrum disorder. 8th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions, Augsburg (2015)
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