Publikationen von Miriam Langeloh

Poster (11)

2019
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Langeloh, M.; Michel, C.; Matthes, D.; Hoehl, S.: Are we in sync? Brain-to-brain coupling during imitation. IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Leipzig, Germany (2019)
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Michel, C.; Langeloh, M.; Matthes, D.; Kayhan, E.; Hoehl, S.: Inter-brain and behavioral synchrony during joint attention. 4th Workshop of the DFG Scientific Network "Understanding Other" - Technical Issues Related to Real-Time Social Interaction Phenomena: Focus on Study Design and Data Analysis, Munich, Germany (2019)
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Köster, M.; Langeloh, M.; Kliesch, C.; Kanngiesser, P.; Hoehl, S.: Communication boosts cultural learning in the infant brain. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungary (2019)
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Langeloh, M.; Michel, C.; Matthes, D.; Hoehl, S.: Brain-to-brain coupling between adults and infants in a live imitation paradigm. Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungary (2019)
2018
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Langeloh, M.; Buttelmann, D.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: Did you expect that? 12-month-olds discriminate familiar and unusual action outcomes without context information. Biennial International Congress of Infant Studies, Philadelphia, PA, USA (2018)
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Langeloh, M.; Köster, M.; Hoehl, S.: Visual brain entrainment at the Theta rhythm indexes encoding processes in the infant brain. Biennial International Congress of Infant Studies, Philadelphia, PA, USA (2018)
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Langeloh, M.; Köster, M.; Hoehl, S.: Infants encode unexpected events at the 4 Hz Theta rhythm. IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Leipzig, Germany (2018)
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Köster, M.; Langeloh, M.; Hoehl, S.: How do infants encode unexpected events?: At the 4 Hz Theta rhythm! Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungary (2018)
2017
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Langeloh, M.; Michel, C.; Matthes, D.; Hoehl, S.: Are we on the same wavelength? Brain-to-brain coupling during dyadic interaction between adults and infants. IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, London, United Kingdom (2017)
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Langeloh, M.; Buttelmann, D.; Grassmann, S.; Pauen, S.; Hoehl, S.: What do you expect? Neural correlates of unexpected actions in infants and adults. Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX, USA (2017)

Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit (1)

2020
Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit
Langeloh, M.: Why do infants imitate selectively? Neural correlates of infants' action understanding in the head-touch paradigm. Dissertation, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig (2020)
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