Publications of Hellmuth Obrig

Journal Article (6)

2020
Journal Article
Hartwigsen, G.; Stockert, A.; Charpentier, L.; Wawrzyniak, M.; Klingbeil, J.; Wrede, K.; Obrig, H.; Saur , D.: Short-term modulation of the lesioned language network. eLife 9, e54277 (2020)
2019
Journal Article
Martins, M.; Krause, C. D.; Neville, D.; Pino, D.; Villringer, A.; Obrig, H.: Recursive hierarchical embedding in vision is impaired by posterior middle temporal gyrus lesions. Brain 142 (10), pp. 3217 - 3229 (2019)
2018
Journal Article
Roswandowitz, C.; Kappes, C.; Obrig, H.; von Kriegstein, K.: Obligatory and facultative brain regions for voice-identity recognition. Brain 141 (1), pp. 234 - 247 (2018)
2017
Journal Article
Breitenstein, C.; Grewe, T.; Flöel, A.; Ziegler, W.; Springer, L.; Martus, P.; Huber, W.; Willmes, K.; Ringelstein, E. B.; Haeusler, K. G. et al.; Abel, S.; Glindemann, R.; Domahs, F.; Regenbrecht, F.; Schlenck, K.-J.; Thomas, M.; Obrig, H.; de Langen, E.; Rocker, R.; Wigbers, F.; Rühmkorf, C.; Hempen, I.; List, J.; Baumgaertner, A.; FCET2EC study group: Intensive speech and language therapy in patients with chronic aphasia after stroke: A randomised, open-label, blinded-endpoint, controlled trial in a health-care setting. The Lancet 389 (10078), pp. 1528 - 1538 (2017)
2014
Journal Article
Obrig, H.; Henseler, I.; Regenbrecht, F.: Lesion correlates of patholinguistic profiles in chronic aphasia: Comparisons of syndrome-, modality- and symptom-level assessment. Brain 137 (3), pp. 918 - 930 (2014)
2013
Journal Article
Sehm, B.; Schnitzler, T.; Obleser, J.; Groba, A.; Ragert, P.; Villringer, A.; Obrig, H.: Facilitation of inferior frontal cortex by transcranial direct current stimulation induces perceptual learning of severely degraded speech. The Journal of Neuroscience 33 (40), pp. 15868 - 15878 (2013)
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