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  1. Meeting Abstract
    Benoit, C.-E.; Dalla Bella, S.; Farrugia, N.; Obrig, H.; Kotz, S. A.: Non-gait related benefits of auditory cueing in Parkinson's disease. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 126, pp. 210 - 211. International Conference on Timing and Time Perception, Corfu, Greece, March 31, 2014 - April 03, 2014. Elsevier, Amsterdam (2014)
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    Farrugia, N.; Benoit, C.-E.; Schwartze, M.; Pell, M.; Obrig, H.; Dalla Bella, S.; Kotz, S. A.: Auditory cueing in Parkinson’s disease: Effects on temporal processing and spontaneous theta oscillations. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 126. Elsevier, Amsterdam (2014)
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    Richter, M.; Vignotto, M.; Obrig, H.; Rossi, S.: Word learning shapes the infant brain: Training induced effects on the processing of phonotactic regularities in 6-month-old infants. In Proceedings of the 20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, pp. 251 - 252. (2013)
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    Koch, S. P.; Mehnert, J.; Schmitz, C.; Holtze, S.; Villringer, A.; Obrig, H.: High-density optical mapping of the human somatosensory cortex to vibrotactile stimulation. In NeuroImage, 47 (Suppl. 1), p. 163. (2009)
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    Rossi, S.; Juergenson, I.; Hanulikova, A.; Obrig, H.; Wartenburger, I.: The acquisition of phonotactic rules: Evidence from a combined event-related brain potentials and near-infrared spectroscopy study. In International Journal of Psychology, Special Issue, p. 117. (2008)
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    Rossi, S.; Juergenson, I.; Hanulikova, A.; Obrig, H.; Wartenburger, I.: A combined ERP and near-infrared spectroscopy study on phonotactic sensitivity. In Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Suppl., p. 110. (2008)
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    Telkemeyer, S.; Obrig, H.; Steinbrink, J.; Rossi, S.; Wartenburger, I.: Hemodynamic response to stimuli with varying temporal complexity in healthy neonates. In International Journal of Psychology, Special Issue, p. 121. (2008)
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    Telkemeyer, S.; Obrig, H.; Rossi, S.; Steinbrink, J.; Passow, S.; Wartenburger, I.: Near-infrared-spectroscopy reveals hemispheric asymmetry for processing temporally varying acoustic stimuli in newborns. In Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Suppl., p. 111. (2008)
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    Telkemeyer, S.; Obrig, H.; Gaebler, M.; Steinbrink, J.; Friedrich, M.; Friederici, A. D.; Wartenburger, I.: Optical topography reveals lateralization of auditory language functions in four-year old children. In Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. 12th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Florence, Italy, June 11, 2006 - June 15, 2006. (2006)
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    Wartenburger, I.; Telkemeyer, S.; Friedrich, M.; Steinbrink, J.; Obrig, H.; Friederici, A. D.: The melody and meaning of sentences: Interhemispheric specialization at the age of four. In Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Supplement, p. 175. (2006)
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    Kohl, M.; Obrig, H.; Steinbrink, J.; Malak, J.; Wabnitz, H.; Rinneberg, H.; Villringer, A.: Optical bed-side assessment of cerebral perfusion a near-infrared-spectroscopy study. In NeuroImage, 11 (5, Suppl.), p. S784 - S784. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (2000)
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    Neufang, M.; Obrig, H.; Wenzel, R.; Kohl, M.; Scholz, U.; Malak, J.; Villringer, A.: Spontaneous low frequency oscillations are attenuated by visual stimulation: A NIRS study. In NeuroImage, 9 (6, Part II), p. S311 - S311. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (1999)
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    Steinbrink, J.; Syre, F.; Kohl, M.; Obrig, H.; Wenzel, R.; Villringer, A.: Fast optical signals: Are they detectable through the intact adult skull? In NeuroImage, 9 (6, Part II), p. S312 - S312. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (1999)
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    Thomas, F.; Wenzel, R.; Steinbrink, J.; Obrig, H.; Kohl, M.; Scholz, U.; Villringer, A.: Nonlinear traits in the response of deoxyhemoglobin to short visual stimuli. In NeuroImage, 9 (6, Part II), p. S313 - S313. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (1999)
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    Wenzel, R.; Horst, S.; Obrig, H.; Henning, C.; Kohl, M.; Villringer, A.: Localised cytochrome-oxidase redox state and haemoglobin oxygenation response over visual area MT shown with a multilocular full-spectrum NIRS. In NeuroImage, 7 (4, Part II), p. S258 - S258. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (1998)
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    Heekeren, H.; Wenzel, R.; Brandt, S. A.; Ramshorn, A.; Obrig, H.; Pannwitz, W. V.; Villringer, K.; Kurth, R.; Kohl, M.; Villringer, A.: Hemoglobin oxygenation during cerebral activation and deactivation. In NeuroImage, 5 (4, Part II), p. S34 - S34. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (1997)
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    Obrig, H.; Heekeren, H.; Eberle, K.; Ramshorn, A.; Wenzel, R.; Pannwitz, W. V.; Villringer, K.; Schwiemann, J.; Kurth, R.; Villringer, A.: Hemoglobin oxygenation changes during prolonged visual stimulation. In NeuroImage, 5 (4, Part II), pp. S39 - S40. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (1997)
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    Villringer, A.; Heekeren, H.; Obrig, H.; Pannwitz, W. V.; Ramshorn, A.; Kohl, M.; Villringer, K.; Cooper, C.: Cytochrome-oxidase oxidation in the occipital cortex during visual stimulation: A whole-spectrum near-infrared spectroscopy study. In NeuroImage, 5 (4, Part II), p. S361 - S361. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (1997)
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    Wenzel, R.; Heekeren, H.; Luo, Q.; Dale, A. M.; Obrig, H.; Ruben, J.; Villringer, K.; Thiel, A.; Villringer, A.; Chance, B.: Identification of visual area V5/MT with near-infrared-spectroscopy and imaging - A feasibility study. In NeuroImage, 5 (4, Part II), p. S506 - S506. Academic Press, Orlando, FL (1997)

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    Männel, C.; Obrig, H.; Villringer, A.; Ahissar, M.; Schaadt, G.: Basic acoustic features of the learning context shape infants’ lexical acquisition. PaEpsy 2019 (Tagung der Fachgruppen für Entwicklungspsychologie und für Pädagogische Psychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, DGPs), University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany (2019)
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