Publikationen von Sonja A. Kotz

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2009
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Pell, M. D.; Paulmann, S.; Dara, C.; Alasseri, A.; Kotz, S. A.: Factors in the recognition of vocally expressed emotions: A comparison of four languages. Journal of Phonetics 37 (4), S. 417 - 435 (2009)
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Kotz, S. A.; Schwartze, M.; Schmidt-Kassow, M.: Non-motor basal ganglia functions: A review and proposal for a model of sensory predictability in auditory language perception. Cortex 45 (8), S. 982 - 990 (2009)
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Schmidt-Kassow, M.; Kotz, S. A.: Event-related brain potentials suggest a late interaction of meter and syntax in the P600. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21 (9), S. 1693 - 1708 (2009)
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Pell, M. D.; Monetta, L.; Paulmann, S.; Kotz, S. A.: Recognizing emotions in a foreign language. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 33 (2), S. 107 - 120 (2009)
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Schmidt-Kassow, M.; Schubotz, R. I.; Kotz, S. A.: Attention and entrainment: P3b varies as a function of temporal predictability. NeuroReport 20 (1), S. 31 - 36 (2009)
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Kotz, S. A.: A critical review of ERP and fMRI evidence on L2 syntactic processing. Brain and Language 109 (2-3), S. 68 - 74 (2009)
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Kotz, S. A.; Herrmann, C. S.; Frisch, S.: Die Verwendung ereigniskorrelierter Potentiale in der Sprachverarbeitung: Untersuchungen mit hirngesunden und hirngeschädigten Probanden. Das Neurophysiologie-Labor 31 (1), S. 36 - 46 (2009)
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Paulmann, S.; Jessen, S.; Kotz, S. A.: Investigating the multimodal nature of human communication: Insights from ERPs. Journal of Psychophysiology 23 (2), S. 63 - 76 (2009)
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Paulmann, S.; Pell, M. D.; Kotz, S. A.: Comparative processing of emotional prosody and semantics following basal ganglia infarcts: ERP evidence of selective impairments for disgust and fear. Brain Research 1295, S. 159 - 169 (2009)
2008
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Hasting, A. S.; Kotz, S. A.: Speeding up syntax: On the relative timing and automaticity of local phrase structure and morphosyntactic processing as reflected in event-related brain potentials. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (7), S. 1207 - 1219 (2008)
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Hasting, A. S.; Winkler, I.; Kotz, S. A.: Early differential processing of verbs and nouns in the human brain as indexed by event-related brain potentials. European Journal of Neuroscience 27 (6), S. 1561 - 1565 (2008)
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Kotz, S. A.; Holcomb, P. J.; Osterhout, L.: ERPs reveal comparable syntactic sentence processing in native and non-native readers of English. Acta Psychologica 128 (3), S. 514 - 527 (2008)
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Obleser, J.; Eisner, F.; Kotz, S. A.: Bilateral speech comprehension reflects differential sensitivity to spectral and temporal features. Journal of Neuroscience 28 (32), S. 8116 - 8123 (2008)
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Paulmann, S.; Kotz, S. A.: An ERP investigation on the temporal dynamics of emotional prosody and emotional semantics in pseudo- and lexical-sentence context. Brain and Language 105 (1), S. 59 - 69 (2008)
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Paulmann, S.; Kotz, S. A.: Early emotional prosody percpetion based on different speaker voices. NeuroReport 19 (2), S. 209 - 213 (2008)
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Paulmann, S.; Pell, M. D.; Kotz, S. A.: Functional contributions of the basal ganglia to emotional prosody: Evidence from ERPs. Brain Research 1217, S. 171 - 178 (2008)
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Paulmann, S.; Pell, M. D.; Kotz, S. A.: How aging affects the recognition of emotional speech. Brain and Language 104 (3), S. 262 - 269 (2008)
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Raettig, T.; Kotz, S. A.: Auditory processing of different types of pseudo-words: An event-related fMRI study. NeuroImage 39 (3), S. 1420 - 1428 (2008)
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Schmidt-Kassow, M.; Kotz, S. A.: Entrainment of syntactic processing? ERP-responses to predictable time intervals during syntactic reanalysis. Brain Research 1226, S. 144 - 155 (2008)
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Thierry, G.; Kotz, S. A.: The right hemisphere fails to orient to the negative valence of visually presented words. NeuroReport 19 (12), S. 1231 - 1234 (2008)
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