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Talk (24)

  1. 2012
    Talk
    Obleser, J.: Easy guesses for hard-listening people — Neural mechanisms of speech comprehension. Seminar Series of the Medical Imaging Centre, Frankfurt/Main, Germany (2012)
  2. Talk
    Obleser, J.: Easy guesses for hard-listening people — Neural mechanisms of speech comprehension. Eriksholm Research Centre, Snekkersten, Denmark (2012)
  3. 2011
    Talk
    Bendixen, A.; Scharinger, M.; Obleser, J.: Word predictability modulates omission response to missing speech segments. Society of Neuroscience (SFN) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, USA (2011)
  4. Talk
    Obleser, J.: Neurale Korrelate der Fazilitation und Kompensation im Sprachverstehen. 11. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Aphasieforschung und -behandlung, Konstanz, Germany (2011)
  5. Talk
    Sehm, B.; Schnitzler, T.; Rossi, S.; Obleser, J.; Obleser, J.; Villringer, A.; Obrig, H.: Anodale tDCS des linken Gyrus frontalis inferior (IFG) unterstützt perzeptuelles Lernen des auditorischen Verstehens degradierter Sprache [Facilitatory tDCS of left inferior frontal gyrus improves perceptual learning of degraded speech]. 11th Annual Meeting of Society for Aphasia Research and Treatment, Konstanz, Germany (2011)
  6. Talk
    Obleser, J.: From sound to meaning: Neural mechanisms of comprehension in degraded speech. International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research, Nyborg Strand, Denmark (2011)
  7. Talk
    Obleser, J.: From sound to meaning: Neural mechanisms of comprehension in (degraded) speech. HEAD Seminar Series, Linköping, Sweden (2011)
  8. Talk
    Obleser, J.: Neural signatures of facilitation and effort in comprehension of degraded speech. Speech in Noise Workshop: Intelligibility and Quality, Lyon, France (2011)
  9. 2010
    Talk
    Obleser, J.: From sound to meaning: Mapping auditory comprehension in the human brain. Lecture, Oxford, United Kingdom (2010)
  10. Talk
    Obleser, J.: Rethinking Wernicke's area: Dynamic pathways to comprehension in the human brain. International Congress of Neuroethology, Salamamca, Spain (2010)
  11. Talk
    Obleser, J.: From sound to meaning: Mapping auditory comprehension in the human brain. Lecture, Konstanz, Germany (2010)
  12. Talk
    Obleser, J.: From sound to meaning: Mapping auditory comprehension in the human brain. Lecture, Nijmegen, the Netherlands (2010)
  13. Talk
    Obleser, J.: Differential influence of spectral and temporal features of speech on human oscillatory brain dynamics. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA (2010)
  14. 2009
    Talk
    Obleser, J.: From Speech to Language - Mapping the Auditory Comprehension Network. GIPSA Lab, University of Grenoble (2009)
  15. 2008
    Talk
    Obleser, J.: Speech Perception in the Auditory Cortex and Beyond. Centre for Integrative Neuroscience Tübingen (2008)
  16. Talk
    Obleser, J.: Functional Neuroimaging of Speech Comprehension: Is working memory inevitable? Workshop on Speech and Verbal Working Memory, UK (2008)
  17. Talk
    Obleser, J.: Fine-tuning the Auditory Comprehension Network. Acoustics 08 (formerly Acoustic Society of America), Paris, France (2008)
  18. 2007
    Talk
    Obleser, J.: From Speech to Language - Mapping the Auditory Comprehension Network. Konstanz (2007)

Poster (66)

  1. 2019
    Poster
    Schmitt, L.-M.; Erb, J.; Tune, S.; Rysop, A.; Hartwigsen, G.; Obleser, J.: Reading times and temporo-parietal BOLD activity encode the semantic hierarchy of language prediction. Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience (CCN), Berlin, Germany (2019)
  2. Poster
    Rysop, A.; Schmitt, L.-M.; Obleser, J.; Hartwigsen, G.: Speech comprehension in noise: Contribution of domain-specific and domain-general control regions. 25th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Rome, Italy (2019)
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