Browsing publications by Dr Katherina von Kriegstein

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Manon Grube
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
Philip English
Dr Thomas Kelly
et al.
Distinct critical cerebellar subregions for components of verbal working memory2012
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Professor Tim Griffiths
Features versus Feelings: Dissociable Representations of the Acoustic Features and Valence of Aversive Sounds2012
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Dr Lauren Stewart
Professor Tim Griffiths
Navigating the Auditory Scene: An Expert Role for the Hippocampus2012
Sundeep Teki
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Professor Tim Griffiths
Brain Bases for Auditory Stimulus-Driven Figure-Ground Segregation2011
Tobias Overath
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Professor Adrian Rees
Professor Tim Griffiths
et al.
Cortical Mechanisms for the Segregation and Representation of Acoustic Textures2010
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Professor Tim Griffiths
How the Human Brain Recognizes Speech in the Context of Changing Speakers2010
Tobias Overath
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Professor Tim Griffiths
Encoding of Spectral Correlation over Time in Auditory Cortex2008
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Professor Tim Griffiths
Responses to Interaural Time Delay in Human Cortex2008
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Simulation of talking faces in the human brain improves auditory speech recognition2008
Dr Katherina von Kriegstein
Professor Tim Griffiths
Task-Dependent Modulation of Medial Geniculate Body Is Behaviorally Relevant for Speech Recognition2008
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