A D Friederici

Summary

Affiliation: Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
Country: Germany

Publications

  1. ncbi request reprint Language related brain potentials in patients with cortical and subcortical left hemisphere lesions
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig
    Brain 122:1033-47. 1999
  2. ncbi request reprint Temporal structure of syntactic parsing: early and late event-related brain potential effects
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institut für neuropsychologische Forschung, Leipzig, Germany
    J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 22:1219-48. 1996
  3. ncbi request reprint Localization of early syntactic processes in frontal and temporal cortical areas: a magnetoencephalographic study
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Hum Brain Mapp 11:1-11. 2000
  4. ncbi request reprint Syntactic, prosodic, and semantic processes in the brain: evidence from event-related neuroimaging
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    J Psycholinguist Res 30:237-50. 2001
  5. ncbi request reprint Syntactic parsing preferences and their on-line revisions: a spatio-temporal analysis of event-related brain potentials
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 11:305-23. 2001
  6. ncbi request reprint Auditory language comprehension: an event-related fMRI study on the processing of syntactic and lexical information
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Lang 75:289-300. 2000
  7. ncbi request reprint The relative timing of syntactic and semantic processes in sentence comprehension
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, PO Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Neuroreport 15:165-9. 2004
  8. ncbi request reprint Lateralization of auditory language functions: a dynamic dual pathway model
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Lang 89:267-76. 2004
  9. ncbi request reprint The brain knows the difference: two types of grammatical violations
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Res 1000:72-7. 2004
  10. pmc Brain signatures of artificial language processing: evidence challenging the critical period hypothesis
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, PO Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 99:529-34. 2002

Detail Information

Publications49

  1. ncbi request reprint Language related brain potentials in patients with cortical and subcortical left hemisphere lesions
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig
    Brain 122:1033-47. 1999
    ....
  2. ncbi request reprint Temporal structure of syntactic parsing: early and late event-related brain potential effects
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institut für neuropsychologische Forschung, Leipzig, Germany
    J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 22:1219-48. 1996
    ..Disruptions to the 1st stage of syntactic parsing appear to be correlated with an early left anterior negativity, whereas disruptions to the 2nd stage might be correlated with a late posterior distributed positivity...
  3. ncbi request reprint Localization of early syntactic processes in frontal and temporal cortical areas: a magnetoencephalographic study
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Hum Brain Mapp 11:1-11. 2000
    ..The contribution of the left temporal regions to the early syntactic processes seems to be larger than that of the left fronto-lateral regions...
  4. ncbi request reprint Syntactic, prosodic, and semantic processes in the brain: evidence from event-related neuroimaging
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    J Psycholinguist Res 30:237-50. 2001
    ..While the first two information types were shown to interact early during processing, the latter two information types do not. Implications for models of auditory language comprehension are discussed...
  5. ncbi request reprint Syntactic parsing preferences and their on-line revisions: a spatio-temporal analysis of event-related brain potentials
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 11:305-23. 2001
    ..It will be argued that the P600 is not a monolithic component, and that different sub-processes may be involved at varying time points depending on the type of garden-path sentence...
  6. ncbi request reprint Auditory language comprehension: an event-related fMRI study on the processing of syntactic and lexical information
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Lang 75:289-300. 2000
    ..Thus, the present data may be taken to suggest an involvement of the left frontal and bilateral temporal cortex when processing syntactic information during comprehension...
  7. ncbi request reprint The relative timing of syntactic and semantic processes in sentence comprehension
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, PO Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Neuroreport 15:165-9. 2004
    ..The similarity of the ERP pattern for the pure syntactic and the double violation condition provides strong evidence for a functional primacy of initial syntactic over lexical-semantic processes...
  8. ncbi request reprint Lateralization of auditory language functions: a dynamic dual pathway model
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Lang 89:267-76. 2004
    ..The observed interaction between syntactic and prosodic information during auditory sentence comprehension is attributed to dynamic interactions between the two hemispheres...
  9. ncbi request reprint The brain knows the difference: two types of grammatical violations
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Res 1000:72-7. 2004
    ..The different ERP patterns clearly suggest that the theoretically assumed difference between local syntactic structure building and argument structure processing is neurophysiologically real...
  10. pmc Brain signatures of artificial language processing: evidence challenging the critical period hypothesis
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, PO Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 99:529-34. 2002
    ..Our findings demonstrate that a small system of grammatical rules can be syntactically instantiated by the adult speaker in a way that strongly resembles native-speaker sentence processing...
  11. ncbi request reprint Distinct neurophysiological patterns reflecting aspects of syntactic complexity and syntactic repair
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    J Psycholinguist Res 31:45-63. 2002
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  12. ncbi request reprint The role of left inferior frontal and superior temporal cortex in sentence comprehension: localizing syntactic and semantic processes
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Cereb Cortex 13:170-7. 2003
    ..These data indicate that both semantic and syntactic processes are supported by a temporo-frontal network with distinct areas specialized for semantic and syntactic processes...
  13. ncbi request reprint Syntactic comprehension in Parkinson's disease: investigating early automatic and late integrational processes using event-related brain potentials
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Neuropsychology 17:133-42. 2003
    ..The present findings suggest that the basal ganglia primarily do not support early automatic syntactic processes during comprehension but rather support processes of syntactic integration...
  14. ncbi request reprint Auditory language comprehension: an event-related fMRI study on the processing of syntactic and lexical information
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Lang 74:289-300. 2000
    ..Thus, the present data may be taken to suggest an involvement of the left frontal and bilateral temporal cortex when processing syntactic information during comprehension...
  15. ncbi request reprint Segregating semantic and syntactic aspects of processing in the human brain: an fMRI investigation of different word types
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, D 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Cereb Cortex 10:698-705. 2000
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  16. ncbi request reprint The brain basis of syntactic processes: functional imaging and lesion studies
    Angela D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303, Leipzig, Germany
    Neuroimage 20:S8-17. 2003
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  17. ncbi request reprint Working memory constraints on syntactic ambiguity resolution as revealed by electrical brain responses
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Biol Psychol 47:193-221. 1998
    ..In addition they suggest that possible processing differences in ambiguity resolution between high and low span readers may only appear when the ambiguous regions are long...
  18. ncbi request reprint First-pass versus second-pass parsing processes in a Wernicke's and a Broca's aphasic: electrophysiological evidence for a double dissociation
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Lang 62:311-41. 1998
    ..These findings suggest that first-pass parsing and secondary processes are subserved by distinct brain systems...
  19. ncbi request reprint Lexical integration: sequential effects of syntactic and semantic information
    A D Friederici
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Mem Cognit 27:438-53. 1999
    ..The present data are discussed in comparison to previous ERP findings, and a new view of lexical integration processes is proposed...
  20. ncbi request reprint Modulation of the lexical-semantic network by auditory semantic priming: an event-related functional MRI study
    Sonja A Kotz
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, 04393 Leipzig, Germany
    Neuroimage 17:1761-72. 2002
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  21. ncbi request reprint Phonological processing in language production: time course of brain activity
    St Heim
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Neuroreport 14:2031-3. 2003
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  22. ncbi request reprint Revisiting the role of Broca's area in sentence processing: syntactic integration versus syntactic working memory
    C J Fiebach
    Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
    Hum Brain Mapp 24:79-91. 2005
    ..These data strongly suggest that Broca's area plays a critical role in syntactic working memory during online sentence comprehension...
  23. ncbi request reprint Phonological processing during language production: fMRI evidence for a shared production-comprehension network
    St Heim
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, PO Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 16:285-96. 2003
    ..The results suggest the existence of a shared fronto-temporal neural network engaged in the processing of phonological information in both perception and production...
  24. ncbi request reprint [Electrophysiologic dissociations in memory encoding of abstract and concrete words]
    A Mecklinger
    Max Planck Institut für neuropsychologische Forschung, Leipzig
    Z Exp Psychol 44:62-81. 1997
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  25. ncbi request reprint Neurocognition of auditory sentence comprehension: event related fMRI reveals sensitivity to syntactic violations and task demands
    M Meyer
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Stephanstrasse 1a, D 04103 Leipzig, P O Box 500 355, D 04303, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 9:19-33. 2000
    ..The underlying mechanisms and the respective roles of both the left and the right hemisphere during speech processing are discussed...
  26. ncbi request reprint Semantic aspects of novelty detection in humans
    A Mecklinger
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Neurosci Lett 235:65-8. 1997
    ..We conclude that novelty detection not only includes the registration of deviancy but also fast access and identification of related semantic concepts...
  27. ncbi request reprint Slow cortical potentials during retention of object, spatial, and verbal information
    V Bosch
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 10:219-37. 2001
    ..Left frontal negative SPs are generated by a compound of higher order frontal control processes and vary as a function of information type...
  28. doi request reprint Overlap of musical and linguistic syntax processing: intracranial ERP evidence
    D Sammler
    Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Independent Junior Research Group Neurocognition of Music, Leipzig, Germany
    Ann N Y Acad Sci 1169:494-8. 2009
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  29. ncbi request reprint The functional neuroanatomy of novelty processing: integrating ERP and fMRI results
    B Opitz
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Cereb Cortex 9:379-91. 1999
    ..The fMRI activation pattern suggests that the superior temporal gyrus is involved in novelty detection, whereas accessing and retrieving semantic concepts related to novel sounds additionally engages the rPFC...
  30. ncbi request reprint Musical syntax is processed in Broca's area: an MEG study
    B Maess
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, PO Box 500 355, D 04303, Leipzig, Germany
    Nat Neurosci 4:540-5. 2001
    ..We find that these areas are also responsible for an analysis of incoming harmonic sequences, indicating that these regions process syntactic information that is less language-specific than previously believed...
  31. ncbi request reprint Differentiating ERAN and MMN: an ERP study
    S Koelsch
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Neuroreport 12:1385-9. 2001
    ..The present ERPs thus provide evidence for a differentiation of cognitive processes underlying the fast and pre-attentive processing of auditory information...
  32. ncbi request reprint Distributed cortical networks for syntax processing: Broca's area as the common denominator
    St Heim
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, PO Box 500 355, 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Lang 85:402-8. 2003
    ..The imaging data indicate that the inferior portion of BA 44 together with type-specific prefrontal areas supports both initial word category related and later syntactic processes...
  33. ncbi request reprint Syntactic gender and semantic expectancy: ERPs reveal early autonomy and late interaction
    T C Gunter
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    J Cogn Neurosci 12:556-68. 2000
    ..This finding indicates that syntactic and semantic processes are autonomous during an early processing stage, whereas these information types interact during a later processing phase...
  34. ncbi request reprint Auditory language comprehension in children with developmental dyslexia: evidence from event-related brain potentials
    B Sabisch
    Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
    J Cogn Neurosci 18:1676-95. 2006
    ..This finding points toward a phonological impairment in dyslexic children that might hamper the development of syntactic processes...
  35. ncbi request reprint Concerning the automaticity of syntactic processing
    T C Gunter
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Psychophysiology 36:126-37. 1999
    ..The data suggest that word category information is processed more automatically than inflectional information. The P600 appears to reflect a relatively controlled language-related process...
  36. ncbi request reprint Broca's area in the human brain is involved in the selection of grammatical gender for language production: evidence from event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging
    St Heim
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, P O Box 500 355, 04303, Leipzig, Germany
    Neurosci Lett 328:101-4. 2002
    ..Articulation involved insula, Rolandic operculum, motor and premotor cortex and superior temporal gyrus. The results are discussed with respect to data from studies investigating gender processing during language comprehension...
  37. doi request reprint Left prefrontal cortex activation during sentence comprehension covaries with grammatical knowledge in children
    L J Knoll
    Department of Neuropsychology, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
    Neuroimage 62:207-16. 2012
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  38. ncbi request reprint Brain potentials indicate immediate use of prosodic cues in natural speech processing
    K Steinhauer
    Department of Neuropsychology, Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Nat Neurosci 2:191-6. 1999
    ..Thus, the application of ERP measures is a promising approach for revealing the time course and neural basis of prosodic information processing...
  39. pmc Functional asymmetry of human prefrontal cortex: encoding and retrieval of verbally and nonverbally coded information
    B Opitz
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, D 04103 Germany
    Learn Mem 7:85-96. 2000
    ..The lateralization of PFC activity during retrieval was shown to depend on the availability of verbal codes, with left hemispheric involvement for verbally and right hemispheric activation for nonverbally coded information...
  40. ncbi request reprint Brain indices of music processing: "nonmusicians" are musical
    S Koelsch
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    J Cogn Neurosci 12:520-41. 2000
    ..The employed experimental design opens a new field for the investigation of music processing. Results strengthen the hypothesis of an implicit musical ability of the human brain...
  41. ncbi request reprint Lateralization of prosody during language production: a lesion study
    A Schirmer
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    Brain Lang 76:1-17. 2001
    ..Therefore, the present results from language production support functional as well as cue-dependent hypotheses of the lateralization of prosodic processing in the brain...
  42. ncbi request reprint Prosodic boundaries, comma rules, and brain responses: the closure positive shift in ERPs as a universal marker for prosodic phrasing in listeners and readers
    K Steinhauer
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Postfach 500 355, D 04303 Leipzig, Germany
    J Psycholinguist Res 30:267-95. 2001
    ..5) A comma-induced reversed garden path turned out to be much more difficult than the classical garden path. Implications for psycholinguistic models and future ERP research are discussed...
  43. ncbi request reprint Syntactic working memory and the establishment of filler-gap dependencies: insights from ERPs and fMRI
    C J Fiebach
    Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
    J Psycholinguist Res 30:321-38. 2001
    ..It is claimed that syntactic working memory, rather than syntactic processing per se, is supported by Broca's Area...
  44. ncbi request reprint Connectivity-Based Parcellation of Broca's Area
    A Anwander
    Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
    Cereb Cortex 17:816-25. 2007
    ..For the first time, there is a possibility to investigate the anatomical subdivision of Broca's area noninvasively in the individual living human subject...
  45. ncbi request reprint Electrophysiological evidence for two steps in syntactic analysis. Early automatic and late controlled processes
    A Hahne
    Max Plank Institute of Cogniive Neuroscience, InselstraBe 22 26, D 04103 Leipzig, Germany
    J Cogn Neurosci 11:194-205. 1999
    ..This data pattern suggests that first-pass parsing processes are automatic, whereas second-pass parsing processes are under participants' strategic control...
  46. ncbi request reprint Electrophysiological evidence for delayed mismatch response in infants at-risk for specific language impairment
    M Friedrich
    Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
    Psychophysiology 41:772-82. 2004
    ..This latency difference suggests that 2-month-old infants at risk for SLI are already affected in processing an auditory stimulus change of duration...
  47. ncbi request reprint Rapidly induced changes in neuromagnetic fields following repetitive hand movements
    H Woldag
    Neurologisches Rehabilitationszentrum Leipzig, Leipzig University, Bennewitz, Germany
    Eur J Neurol 13:723-8. 2006
    ..Since only efferent activity increased, it is suggested that this reflects phenomena of long-term potentiation...
  48. ncbi request reprint Morphosyntax, prosody, and linking elements: the auditory processing of German nominal compounds
    Dirk Koester
    Department of Psychology, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 04103 Leipzig, Germany
    J Cogn Neurosci 16:1647-68. 2004
    ..A dual-route model can account for the influence of prosody on morphosyntactic processing...
  49. ncbi request reprint Cognitive priming in sung and instrumental music: activation of inferior frontal cortex
    B Tillmann
    CNRS UMR 5020, Neurosciences et Systemes Sensoriels, Universite Claude Bernard Lyon I, IFR 19, 50 Av Tony Garnier, F 69366 Lyon Cedex 07, France
    Neuroimage 31:1771-82. 2006
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