Publications of Katharina Menn

Journal Article (2)

2022
Journal Article
Menn, K.; Ward, E.; Braukmann, R.; van den Boomen, C.; Buitelaar, J.; Hunnius, S.; Snijders, T. M.: Neural tracking in infancy predicts language development in children with and without family history of autism. Neurobiology of Language (2022)
Journal Article
Menn, K.; Michel, C.; Meyer, L.; Hoehl, S.; Männel, C.: Natural infant-directed speech facilitates neural tracking of prosody. NeuroImage 251, 118991 (2022)

Talk (3)

2022
Talk
Menn, K.; Männel, C.; Meyer, L.: Phonetic features excel acoustics at 14 months: Naturalistic evidence from EEG encoding models across the first five years. 5th Workshop on Infant Language Development (WILD), Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain (2022)
Talk
Menn, K.: Natural infant-directed speech facilitates neural tracking of prosody. Research Group Meeting "Frühkindliche Sprachentwicklung", Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Virtual (2022)
2021
Talk
Menn, K.: Infants' tracking of IDS in natural mother-infant interactions. Meeting of the Research Unit of Developmental Psychology, University of Vienna, Virtual (2021)

Poster (10)

2022
Poster
Menn, K.; Männel, C.; Meyer, L.: Is feature timing key to phonological acquisition? Naturalistic evidence from EEG encoding models across the first five years of life. 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Philadelphia, PA, USA (2022)
Poster
Menn, K.; Männel, C.; Meyer, L.: Slow phonological features provide a stepping-stone for infants’ phoneme acquisition: Evidence from naturalistic speech processing using EEG encoding. 11th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Leipzig, Germany (2022)
Poster
Berg, M.; Meyer, L.; Plueckebaum, H.; Menn, K.: Developmental trajectories of neural tracking in developmental dyslexia. 2022 Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Virtual (2022)
Poster
Plueckebaum, H.; Meyer, L.; Berg, M.; Menn, K.: The relationship between critical brain dynamics, autism symptoms and language abilities during development. 2022 Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Virtual (2022)
2021
Poster
Menn, K.; Michel, C.; Meyer, L.; Hoehl, S.; Männel, C.: Infants show increased neural tracking of intonation during natural infant-directed speech. 46th Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Virtual (2021)
Poster
Menn, K.; Michel, C.; Meyer, L.; Hoehl, S.; Männel, C.: Infants show increased neural tracking of intonation during natural infant-directed speech. 13th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Virtual (2021)
Poster
Menn, K.; Michel, C.; Meyer, L.; Hoehl, S.; Männel, C.: Infants show increased neural tracking of prosody during natural infant-directed speech. The 6th Lancaster Conference on Infant and Early Child Development, virtual (2021)
Poster
Menn, K.; Scharf, F.; Männel, C.; Meyer, L.: Speech tracking and linguistic knowledge in early childhood: A naturalistic approach. 10th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Virtual (2021)
Poster
Menn, K.; Michel, C.; Hoehl, S.; Männel, C.: Infants’ neural processing of speech in parent-infant interactions. 2021 Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Virtual (2021)
2020
Poster
Menn, K.; Ward, E.; Braukmann, R.; van den Boomen, C.; Kemner, C.; Buitelaar, J.; Hunnius, S.; Snijders, T. M.: Relating neural entrainment to speech to later development of language and autism symptoms in infants with high likelihood of ASD. International Congress of Infant Studies, Virtual (2020)

Thesis - Master (2)

2022
Thesis - Master
Berg, M.: Developmental trajectories of speech tracking and their relationship with reading ability in dyslexic and non-dyslexic children. Master, Georg August University, Göttingen, Germany (2022)
Thesis - Master
Plückebaum, H.: The relationship between critical brain dynamics, autism symptoms and language abilities during development. Master, TU Kaiserlautern, Germany (2022)

Blog Post (1)

2021
Blog Post
Menn, K.: Wie Kinder durch Lieder schneller Sprache lernen. (2021)
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