Claudia K Friedrich
Affiliation: University of Hamburg
- Event-related potential evidence of form and meaning coding during online speech recognitionClaudia K Friedrich
University of Hamburg, Germany
J Cogn Neurosci 19:594-604. 2007..They suggest that neural representations of form and meaning are activated independently early on and are integrated at a later stage during sentence comprehension...
- Neurophysiological correlates of mismatch in lexical accessClaudia K Friedrich
Department of Linguistics, University of Konstanz, Universitaetstrasse 10, PO Box D25, D 78457, Konstanz, Germany
BMC Neurosci 6:64. 2005..Accordingly, matching words were assumed to be strongly activated competitors, which inhibit less strongly activated partially mismatching words...
- Learning to read shapes the activation of neural lexical representations in the speech recognition pathwayUlrike Schild
Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology, University of Hamburg, Germany
Dev Cogn Neurosci 1:163-74. 2011..The results are discussed in the light of bidirectional speech and print interactions in readers...
- Not every pseudoword disrupts word recognition: an ERP studyClaudia K Friedrich
Department of Linguistics, University of Konstanz, Germany
Behav Brain Funct 2:36. 2006..Using neurophysiological measures, the present study tested the predicted asymmetric disruption by assuming that coronal place of articulation for consonants is redundant...
- Electrophysiological indices of word fragment priming allow characterizing neural stages of speech recognitionClaudia K Friedrich
University of Hamburg, Department of Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology, Hamburg, Germany
Biol Psychol 80:105-13. 2009..The central negativity might be related to the rapid phonological matching of prime and target; or to the immediate testing of phonological expectations in speech recognition...
- Neurophysiological evidence for underspecified lexical representations: asymmetries with word initial variationsClaudia K Friedrich
Department of Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 34:1545-59. 2008..g., Grenze [border]). Thus, certain word onset variations do not hamper the speech recognition system. The authors interpret this asymmetry as a consequence of underspecified coronal place of articulation in the mental lexicon...
- Neural correlates of cross-modally induced changes in tactile awarenessKirsten Hötting
Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
J Cogn Neurosci 21:2445-61. 2009..Thus, auditory stimuli seem to alter neural mechanisms associated with automatic tactile deviant detection. The present findings contribute to the debate of which processing step in the brain determines what is consciously perceived...
- ERP correlates of word onset priming in infants and young childrenAngelika B C Becker
Independent Research Group Neurodevelopment, Department of Psychology, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany Electronic address
Dev Cogn Neurosci 9:44-55. 2014..Taken together, ERPs recorded in word onset priming proved useful in investigating early phonological processing without an explicit behavioral measure. ..
- Event-related potential correlates of negation in a sentence-picture verification paradigmJana Lüdtke
Institut fur Psychologie, Berlin University of Technology, Berlin, Germany
J Cogn Neurosci 20:1355-70. 2008..When negation has not yet been integrated, verification decisions appear to be modulated by additional time-consuming reanalysis processes...
- ERPs reflect lexical identification in word fragment primingClaudia K Friedrich
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany
J Cogn Neurosci 16:541-52. 2004..Only the P350 effect could be replicated across different fragment lengths. Therefore, the P350 is discussed as a correlate of lexical identification in a modality-independent mental lexicon...
- Pitch modulates lexical identification in spoken word recognition: ERP and behavioral evidenceClaudia K Friedrich
Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany
Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 20:300-8. 2004..g., re_1-reGAL). The present study replicates the P350 effect with different material, and indicates that pitch is used for lexical identification in spoken word recognition...