Abteilung Neuropsychologie

Suchergebnisse

Buchkapitel (7)

  1. 2009
    Buchkapitel
    Grossmann, T.; Farroni, T.: Decoding social signals in the infant brain: A look at eye gaze perception. In: Handbook of Developmental Social Neuroscience, S. 87 - 106 (Hg. de Haan, M.; Gunnar, M. R.). Guilford Press, New York, NY (2009)
  2. 2008
    Buchkapitel
    Csibra, G.; Kushnerenko, E.; Grossmann, T.: Electrophysiological methods in studying infant cognitive development. In: Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience (2nd Edition), S. 247 - 262 (Hg. Nelson, C. A.; Luciana, M.). MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (2008)
  3. Buchkapitel
    Grossmann, T.; Vaish, A.: Reading faces in infancy: Developing a multi-level analysis of a social stimulus. In: Social Cognition: Development, Neuroscience and Autism, S. 167 - 180 (Hg. Striano, T.; Reid, V. M.). Wiley, New York (2008)
  4. 2003
    Buchkapitel
    Koelsch, S.; Grossmann, T.: Neurophysiologie der Musikwahrnehmung bei Kindern. In: Musik und Humanität, S. 134 - 153 (Hg. Bastian, H. G.; Kreutz, G.). Schott, Mainz (2003)

Meeting Abstract (1)

  1. 2011
    Meeting Abstract
    Parise, E.; Grossmann, T.; Friederici, A. D.: Mutual gaze and infant's own name in infant prefrontal cortex: A NIRS study. In: Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, S. 50 - 50. (2011)

Vortrag (47)

  1. 2015
    Vortrag
    Missana, M.; Grossmann, T.: Infants' perception of happy and fearful body expressions and frontal EEG asymmetry. Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) 2015, Philadelphia, PA, USA (2015)
  2. 2013
    Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: Die frühe Entwicklung sozialer Wahrnehmung und Kognition. Guest Lecture, Universität Konstanz, Germany (2013)
  3. Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: Tuning the developing brain to emotional body expressions. The Influential Child Conference , Jerusalem, Israel (2013)
  4. Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: The early development of the social mind. Guest Lecture, Center for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (2013)
  5. Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: The early development of the social mind. Guest Talk, Anna Freud Centre, University College London, United Kingdom (2013)
  6. Vortrag
    Hepach, R.; Vaish, A.; Grossmann, T.; Tomasello, M.: What motivates young children’s helping behavior? 2013 Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA, USA (2013)
  7. Vortrag
    Altvater-Mackensen, N.; Grossmann, T.: Learning sound categories: The role of social information during phoneme learning. Workshop on Infant Development, San Sebastian, Spain (2013)
  8. 2012
    Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: The early development of the social mind. Symposium on Experimental and Anthropological Perspectives on Early Child Development, University Leipzig, Germany (2012)
  9. Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: The early development of emotion perception. Symposium on Individual Differences and Universals of Human Social Cognitive Development, University Heidelberg, Germany (2012)
  10. Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: Multisensory perceptual narrowing. 18th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Minneapolis, MN, USA (2012)
  11. Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: Developing social minds: A neuroscience perspective. Social Cognition, Engagement and the Second-Person-Perspective, University Cologne, Germany (2012)
  12. Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: The early development of the social mind: A neuroscience perspective. Guest Lecture, Department of Psychology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA (2012)
  13. Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: Frühe soziale Entwicklung. Guest Lecture, Department of Psychology, Technical University Dresden, Germany (2012)
  14. 2011
    Vortrag
    Grossmann, T.: Emerging social minds: Insights from studying the infant brain. 15th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, University of Bergen, Norway (2011)
  15. Vortrag
    Daum, M. M.; Grossmann, T.; Cross, E. S.; Ticini, L. F.; Friederici, A. D.: The role of premotor and temporal cortex engagement during action observation in human infants. Symposium “Functional Optical Imaging“, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig (2011)
 
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