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Journal Article (5)

2020
Journal Article
Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Intranasal oxytocin modulates brain responses to voice-identity recognition in typically developing individuals, but not in ASD. Translational Psychiatry 10 (1), 221 (2020)
2019
Journal Article
Borowiak, K.; Maguinness, C.; von Kriegstein, K.: Dorsal‐movement and ventral‐form regions are functionally connected during visual‐speech recognition. Human Brain Mapping (2019)
2018
Journal Article
Borowiak, K.; Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Recognizing visual speech: Reduced responses in visual-movement regions, but not other speech regions in autism. NeuroImage: Clinical 20, pp. 1078 - 1091 (2018)
2017
Journal Article
Jiang, J.; Borowiak, K.; Tudge, L.; Otto, C.; von Kriegstein, K.: Neural mechanisms of eye contact when listening to another person talking. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 12 (2), pp. 319 - 328 (2017)
2016
Journal Article
Schelinski, S.; Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Temporal voice areas exist in autism spectrum disorder but are dysfunctional for voice identity recognition. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (11), pp. 1812 - 1822 (2016)

Meeting Abstract (1)

2019
Meeting Abstract
Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Dorsal face-movement and ventral face-form regions are functionally connected during visual-speech recognition. In Journal of Vision, 19 (10), 183a. Scholar One, Inc., Charlottesville, VA (2019)

Talk (1)

2017
Talk
Borowiak, K.; Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual-speech recognition difficulties in high-functioning autism are associated with low responses in visual movement areas. 10th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions (WGAS), Berlin, Germany (2017)

Poster (6)

2018
Poster
Schelinski, S.; Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Temporal voice areas exist in autism spectrum disorder but are dysfunctional for voice identity recognition. 10th Annual meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language (SNL), Québec, Canada (2018)
Poster
Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Recognizing facial speech in high-functioning ASD is associated with low functional connectivity in regions sensitive to facial motion. 11th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions (WGAS), Frankfurt, Germany (2018)
2017
Poster
Borowiak, K.; Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Visual-speech recognition in autism is associated with reduced response in visual movement areas. 23nd Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Vancouver, Canada (2017)
2016
Poster
Borowiak, K.; Schelinski, S.; von Kriegstein, K.: Atypical superior temporal sulcus activation during visual-speech recognition in autism spectrum disorders. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Geneva, Switzerland (2016)
Poster
Schelinski, S.; Roswandowitz, C.; Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Voice processing in high-functioning autism spectrum disorder: Neuronal and behavioral mechanisms. International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Baltimore, MD, USA (2016)
2014
Poster
Schelinski, S.; Borowiak, K.; von Kriegstein, K.: Neural processing of voices in autism spectrum disorder. 20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Hamburg, Germany (2014)

Thesis - Master (1)

2013
Thesis - Master
Borowiak, K.: Neural processing of vocal sounds in autism spectrum disorders. Master, Free University Berlin, Germany (2013)
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