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Auditory language comprehension: an event-related fMRI study on the processing of syntactic and lexical information
AD Friederici, M Meyer, DY Von Cramon
Brain and language 74 (2), 289-300, 2000
5652000
FMRI reveals brain regions mediating slow prosodic modulations in spoken sentences
M Meyer, K Alter, AD Friederici, G Lohmann, DY von Cramon
Human brain mapping 17 (2), 73-88, 2002
4082002
On the lateralization of emotional prosody: an event-related functional MR investigation
SA Kotz, M Meyer, K Alter, M Besson, DY Von Cramon, AD Friederici
Brain and language 86 (3), 366-376, 2003
3712003
White matter plasticity in the corticospinal tract of musicians: a diffusion tensor imaging study
A Imfeld, MS Oechslin, M Meyer, T Loenneker, L Jancke
Neuroimage 46 (3), 600-607, 2009
3392009
A network for audio–motor coordination in skilled pianists and non-musicians
S Baumann, S Koeneke, CF Schmidt, M Meyer, K Lutz, L Jancke
Brain research 1161, 65-78, 2007
3032007
Neurocognition of auditory sentence comprehension: event related fMRI reveals sensitivity to syntactic violations and task demands
M Meyer, AD Friederici, DY von Cramon
Cognitive Brain Research 9 (1), 19-33, 2000
2632000
Brain activity varies with modulation of dynamic pitch variance in sentence melody
M Meyer, K Steinhauer, K Alter, AD Friederici, DY von Cramon
Brain and language 89 (2), 277-289, 2004
2462004
Voice perception: sex, pitch, and the right hemisphere
S Lattner, ME Meyer, AD Friederici
Human brain mapping 24 (1), 11-20, 2005
2272005
Working memory constraints on syntactic ambiguity resolution as revealed by electrical brain responses
AD Friederici, K Steinhauer, A Mecklinger, M Meyer
Biological psychology 47 (3), 193-221, 1998
2131998
Visual activation of auditory cortex reflects maladaptive plasticity in cochlear implant users
P Sandmann, N Dillier, T Eichele, M Meyer, A Kegel, RD Pascual-Marqui, ...
Brain 135 (2), 555-568, 2012
2112012
FMRI in patients with motor conversion symptoms and controls with simulated weakness
J Stone, A Zeman, E Simonotto, M Meyer, R Azuma, S Flett, M Sharpe
Psychosomatic medicine 69 (9), 961-969, 2007
1902007
The functional anatomy of inspection time: an event-related fMRI study
IJ Deary, E Simonotto, M Meyer, A Marshall, I Marshall, N Goddard, ...
Neuroimage 22 (4), 1466-1479, 2004
1792004
Evidence for rapid auditory perception as the foundation of speech processing: a sparse temporal sampling fMRI study
T Zaehle, T Wüstenberg, M Meyer, L Jäncke
European journal of neuroscience 20 (9), 2447-2456, 2004
1722004
The plasticity of the superior longitudinal fasciculus as a function of musical expertise: a diffusion tensor imaging study
MS Oechslin, A Imfeld, T Loenneker, M Meyer, L Jäncke
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 76, 2010
1662010
Distinct fMRI responses to laughter, speech, and sounds along the human peri-sylvian cortex
M Meyer, S Zysset, DY Von Cramon, K Alter
Cognitive Brain Research 24 (2), 291-306, 2005
1472005
Early electrophysiological correlates of meter and rhythm processing in music perception
E Geiser, E Ziegler, L Jancke, M Meyer
Cortex 45 (1), 93-102, 2009
1422009
Absolute pitch—Functional evidence of speech-relevant auditory acuity
MS Oechslin, M Meyer, L Jäncke
Cerebral cortex 20 (2), 447-455, 2010
1342010
The neural correlate of speech rhythm as evidenced by metrical speech processing
E Geiser, T Zaehle, L Jancke, M Meyer
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (3), 541-552, 2008
1342008
Direct current induced short-term modulation of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex while learning auditory presented nouns
S Elmer, M Burkard, B Renz, M Meyer, L Jancke
Behavioral and Brain Functions 5 (1), 1-7, 2009
1312009
Sequential effects of propofol on functional brain activation induced by auditory language processing: An event‐related functional magnetic resonance imaging study
W Heinke, CJ Fiebach, C Schwarzbauer, M Meyer, D Olthoff, K Alter
British Journal of Anaesthesia 92 (5), 641-650, 2004
1282004
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