Publications of Katharina von Kriegstein

Journal Article (83)

2021
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Müller-Axt, C.; Eichner, C.; Rusch, H.; Kauffmann, L.; Bazin, P.-L.; Anwander, A.; Morawski, M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Mapping the human lateral geniculate nucleus and its cytoarchitectonic subdivisions using quantitative MRI. NeuroImage 244, 118559 (2021)
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Mihai, P. G.; Tschentscher, N.; von Kriegstein, K.: Modulation of the primary auditory thalamus when recognizing speech with background noise. The Journal of Neuroscience 41 (33), pp. 7136 - 7147 (2021)
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Mathias, B.; Klingebiel, A.; Hartwigsen, G.; Sureth, L.; Macedonia, M.; Mayer, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Motor cortex causally contributes to vocabulary translation following sensorimotor-enriched training. The Journal of Neuroscience (accepted)
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Maguinness, C.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual mechanisms for voice‐identity recognition flexibly adjust to auditory noise level. Human Brain Mapping (2021)
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Tabas, A.; von Kriegstein, K.: Adjudicating between local and global architectures of predictive processing in the subcortical auditory pathway. Frontiers in Neural Circuits 15, 644743 (2021)
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Tabas, A.; von Kriegstein, K.: Neural modelling of the encoding of fast frequency modulation. PLoS Computational Biology 17, e1008787 (2021)
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Mathias, B.; Sureth, L.; Hartwigsen, G.; Macedonia, M.; Mayer, K. M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual sensory cortices causally contribute to auditory word recognition following sensorimotor-enriched vocabulary training. Cerebral Cortex 21 (1), pp. 513 - 528 (2021)
2020
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Tabas, A.; Mihai, P. G.; Kiebel, S.; Trampel, R.; von Kriegstein, K.: Abstract rules drive adaptation in the subcortical sensory pathway. eLife 9, e64501 (2020)
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Jiang, J.; von Kriegstein, K.; Jiang, J.: Brain mechanisms of eye contact during verbal communication predict autistic traits in neurotypical individuals. Scientific Reports 10, 14602 (2020)
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Mathias, B.; Sureth, L.; Hartwigsen, G.; Macedonia, M.; Mayer, K. M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual sensory cortices causally contribute to auditory word recognition following sensorimotor-enriched vocabulary training. Cerebral Cortex (accepted)
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Mathias, B.; Andrä, C.; Mayer, K. M.; Sureth, L.; Klingebiel, A.; Hartwigsen, G.; Macedonia, M.; von Kriegstein, K.: How can we learn foreign language vocabulary more easily? Frontiers for Young Minds 8, 89 (2020)
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Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Intranasal oxytocin modulates brain responses to voice-identity recognition in typically developing individuals, but not in ASD. Translational Psychiatry 10 (1), 221 (2020)
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Andrä, C.; Mathias, B.; Schwager, A.; Macedonia, M.; von Kriegstein, K.: Learning foreign language vocabulary with gestures and pictures enhances vocabulary memory for several months post-learning in eight-year-old school children. Educational Psychology Review (2020)
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Bitzer, S.; Park, H.; Maess, B.; von Kriegstein, K.; Kiebel, S. J.: Representation of perceptual evidence in the human brain assessed by fast, within-trial dynamic stimuli. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 14, 9 (2020)
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Saitis, C.; Weinzierl, S.; von Kriegstein, K.; Ystad, S.; Cuskley, C.: Timbre semantics through the lens of crossmodal correspondences: A new way of asking old questions. Acoustical Science and Technology 41 (1), pp. 365 - 368 (2020)
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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 50, pp. 356 - 363 (2020)
2019
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Borowiak, K.; Maguinness, C.; von Kriegstein, K.: Dorsal‐movement and ventral‐form regions are functionally connected during visual‐speech recognition. Human Brain Mapping (2019)
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Mihai, P. G.; Moerel, M.; de Martino, F.; Trampel, R.; Kiebel, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Modulation of tonotopic ventral medial geniculate body is behaviorally relevant for speech recognition. eLife 8, e44837 (2019)
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Tschentscher, N.; Ruisinger, A.; Blank, H.; Díaz, B.; von Kriegstein, K.: Reduced structural connectivity between left auditory thalamus and the motion-sensitive planum temporale in developmental dyslexia. The Journal of Neuroscience 39 (9), pp. 1720 - 1732 (2019)
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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)
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