Publications of Daniela Sammler

Journal Article (50)

2016
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Novembre, G.; Sammler, D.; Keller, P. E.: Neural alpha oscillations index the balance between self-other integration and segregation in real-time joint action. Neuropsychologia 89, pp. 414 - 425 (2016)
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Hellbernd, N.; Sammler, D.: Prosody conveys speaker’s intentions: Acoustic cues for speech act perception. Journal of Memory and Language 88, pp. 70 - 86 (2016)
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Sammler, D.: Musik- und Sprachwahrnehmung bei Epilepsiepatienten. Zeitschrift für Epileptologie 29 (1), pp. 16 - 20 (2016)
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Bianco, R.; Novembre, G.; Keller, P. E.; Scharf , F.; Friederici, A. D.; Villringer, A.; Sammler, D.: Syntax in action has priority over movement selection in piano playing: An ERP study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28 (1), pp. 41 - 54 (2016)
2015
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Sammler, D.; Grosbras, M.-H.; Anwander, A.; Bestelmeyer, P. E. G.; Belin, P.: Dorsal and ventral pathways for prosody. Current Biology 25 (23), pp. 3079 - 3085 (2015)
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Maffongelli, L.; Bartoli, E.; Sammler, D.; Koelsch, S.; Campus, C.; Olivier, E.; Fadiga, L.; D'Ausilio, A.: Distinct brain signatures of content and structure violation during action sequence observation. Neuropsychologia 75, pp. 30 - 39 (2015)
2014
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Sammler, D.: Prosodie – Die Musik der Sprache. LogoTHEMA 2, pp. 9 - 13 (2014)
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Besson, P.; Dinkelacker, V.; Valabrègue, R.; Thivard, L.; Leclerc, X.; Baulac, M.; Sammler, D.; Colliot, O.; Lehéricy, S.; Samson, S. et al.; Dupont, S.: Structural connectivity differences in left and right temporal lobe epilepsy. NeuroImage 100, pp. 135 - 144 (2014)
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Alonso, I.; Sammler, D.; Valabrègue, R.; Dinkelacker, V.; Dupont, S.; Belin, P.; Samson, S.: Hippocampal sclerosis affects fMR-adaptation of lyrics and melodies in songs. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 111 (2014)
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Sammler, D.: Der Ton macht die Musik: Pfade und Mechanismen der Prosodiewahrnehmung. Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Jahrbuch 2014 (2014)
2013
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Sammler, D.; Novembre, G.; Koelsch, S.; Keller, P. E.: Syntax in a pianist's hand: ERP signatures of "embodied" syntax processing in music. Cortex 49 (5), pp. 1325 - 1339 (2013)
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Sammler, D.; Koelsch, S.; Ball, T.; Brandt, A.; Grigutsch, M.; Huppertz, H.-J.; Knösche, T. R.; Wellmer, J.; Widman, G.; Elger, C. E. et al.; Friederici, A. D.; Schulze-Bonhage, A.: Co-localizing linguistic and musical syntax with intracranial EEG. NeuroImage 64, pp. 134 - 146 (2013)
2012
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Merrill, J.; Sammler, D.; Bangert, M.; Goldhahn, D.; Lohmann, G.; Turner, R.; Friederici, A. D.: Perception of words and pitch patterns in song and speech. Frontiers in Psychology 3, 76 (2012)
2011
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Sammler, D.: Amusie und Sprachstörungen. Sprachheilarbeit 56 (4), pp. 194 - 197 (2011)
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Sammler, D.; Koelsch, S.; Friederici, A. D.: Are left fronto-temporal brain areas a prerequisite for normal music-syntactic processing? Cortex 47 (6), pp. 659 - 673 (2011)
2010
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Sammler, D.; Baird, A.; Valabrègue, R.; Clement, S.; Dupont, S.; Belin, P.; Samson, S.: The relationship of lyrics and tunes in the processing of unfamiliar songs: A functional magnetic resonance adaptation study. The Journal of Neuroscience 30 (10), pp. 3572 - 3578 (2010)
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Sammler, D.; Kotz, S. A.; Eckstein, K.; Ott, D. V. M.; Friederici, A. D.: Prosody meets syntax: The role of the corpus callosum. Brain 133 (9), pp. 2643 - 2655 (2010)
2009
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Fritz, T. H.; Jentschke, S.; Gosselin, N.; Sammler, D.; Peretz, I.; Turner, R.; Friederici, A. D.; Koelsch, S.: Universal recognition of three basic emotions in music. Current Biology 19 (7), pp. 573 - 576 (2009)
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Koelsch, S.; Schulze, K.; Sammler, D.; Fritz, T. H.; Müller, K.; Gruber, O.: Functional architecture of verbal and tonal working memory: An FMRI study. Human Brain Mapping 30 (3), pp. 859 - 873 (2009)
2008
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Koelsch, S.; Sammler, D.: Cognitive components of regularity processing in the auditory domain. PLoS ONE 3 (7), e2650 (2008)

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