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  • Hoffmann E*, Brück C*, Kreifelts B, Ethofer T, Wildgruber D (2016) Reduced functional connectivity to the frontal cortex during processing of social cues in autism spectrum disorder (*geteilte Erstautorenschaft). Journal of Neural Transmission, im Druck.
  • Vogel B, Brück C, Jacob H, Eberle M, Wildgruber D (2016) Integration of verbal and nonverbal emotional signals in patients with schizophrenia: Decreased nonverbal dominance. Psychiatry Research, im Druck.
  • Brück C, Gößling-Arnold C, Wertheimer J, Wildgruber D (2016) “The Inner Theatre”: Decoding of Nonverbal Emotional Cues in Literary Text. SAGE Open, im Druck.
  • Brück C, Derstroff S, Jacob H, Wolf-Arehult M, Wekenmann S, Wildgruber D (2016) Perception of Verbal and Nonverbal Emotional Signals in Women with Borderline Personality Disorder: Evidence of a Negative Bias and an Increased Reliance on Nonverbal Cues. Journal of Personality Disorders, im Druck.
  • Bisch J, Kreifelts B, Bretscher J, Wildgruber D, Fallgatter A, Ethofer T (2016) Emotion perception in adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Neural Transmission:1-10.


  • Wildgruber D, Kreifelts B (2015) Evolutionary perspectives on emotions and their link to intentions, dispositions and behavior: Comment on "The quartet theory of human emotions: An integrative and neurofunctional model" by S. Koelsch et al. Physics of Life Reviews 13:89-91.
  • Ritter J, Brück C, Jacob H, Wildgruber D, Kreifelts B (2015) Laughter perception in social anxiety. Journal of Psychiatric Research 60:178-184.


  • Brück C, Kreifelts B, Gößling-Arnold C, Wertheimer J, Wildgruber D (2014) "Inner Voices": The Cerebral Representation of Emotional Voice Cues Described in Literary Texts. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9:1819-1827.
  • Jacob H*, Brück C*, Plewnia C, Wildgruber D (2014) Cerebral Processing of Prosodic Emotional Signals: Evaluation of a Network Model Using rTMS (*geteilte Erstautorenschaft). PLoS One 9: e105509.
  • Kreifelts B, Brück C, Ritter J, Ethofer T, Domin M, Lotze M, Jacob H, Schlipf S*, Wildgruber D* (2014) They Are Laughing at Me: Cerebral Mediation of Cognitive Biases in Social Anxiety (*geteilte Letztautorenschaft). PLoS One 9: e99815.
  • Jacob H*, Brück C*, Domin M, Lotze M, Wildgruber D (2014) I Can't Keep Your Face and Voice Out of My Head: Neural Correlates of an Attentional Bias Toward Nonverbal Emotional Cues (*geteilte Erstautorenschaft). Cerebral Cortex 24: 1460-1473.
  • Lambrecht L, Kreifelts B, Wildgruber D (2014) Gender differences in emotion recognition – impact of sensory modality and emotional category. Cognition and Emotion 28: 452-469.


  • Kreifelts B, Jacob H, Brück C, Erb M, Ethofer T, Wildgruber D (2013) Non-verbal emotion communication training induces specific changes in brain function and structure. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7: 648.
  • Schlipf S, Batra A, Walter G, Zeep C, Wildgruber D, Fallgatter AJ, Ethofer T (2013) Judgment of emotional information expressed by prosody and semantics in patients with unipolar depression. Frontiers in Psychology 4: 461.
  • Jacob H, Kreifelts B, Brück C, Nizielski S, Schütz A, Wildgruber D (2013) Nonverbal signals speak up: Association between perceptual nonverbal dominance and emotional intelligence. Cognition and Emotion 27: 783-799.
  • Wildgruber D*, Szameitat DP*, Ethofer T, Brück C, Alter K, Grodd W, Kreifelts B (2013) Different types of laughter modulate connectivity within distinct parts of the laughter perception network (*geteilte Erstautorenschaft). PLoS ONE 8: e63441.
  • Ethofer T, Bretscher J, Wiethoff S, Bisch J, Schlipf S, Wildgruber D, Kreifelts B (2013) Functional responses and structural connections of cortical areas for processing faces and voices in the superior temporal sulcus. NeuroImage 76: 45-56.


  • Jacob H, Kreifelts B, Brück C, Erb M, Hösl F, Wildgruber D (2012) Cerebral integration of verbal and nonverbal emotional cues: Impact of individual nonverbal dominance. NeuroImage 61: 738-747.
  • Lambrecht L*, Kreifelts B*, Wildgruber D (2012) Age-related decrease in recognition of emotional facial and prosodic expressions (*geteilte Erstautorenschaft). Emotion 12: 529-539.
  • Brück C, Kreifelts B, Wildgruber D (2012) From Evolutionary Roots to a broad Spectrum of complex human Emotions: Future Research Perspectives in the Field of Emotional Vocal Communication. Physics of Life Reviews 9: 9-12.
  • Ethofer T, Bretscher J, Gschwind M, Kreifelts B, Wildgruber D, Vuilleumier P (2012) Emotional voice areas: Anatomic location, functional properties, and structural connections revealed by combined fMRI/DTI. Cerebral Cortex 22: 191-200.


  • Brück C, Kreifelts B, Wildgruber D (2011) Emotional voices in context: a neurobiological model of multimodal affective information processing. Physics of Life Reviews 8: 383-403.
  • Brück C, Kreifelts B, Kaza E, Lotze M, Wildgruber D (2011) Impact of Personality on the Cerebral Processing of Emotional Prosody. NeuroImage 58: 259-268.
  • Szameitat DP, Darwin CJ, Wildgruber D, Alter K, Szameitat AJ (2011) Acoustic correlates of emotional dimensions in laughter: arousal, valence, and dominance. Cognition and Emotion 25: 599-611.
  • Brück C*, Wildgruber D*, Kreifelts B, Krüger R, Wächter T (2011) Effects of Subthalamic Nucleus Stimulation on Emotional Prosody Comprehension in Parkinson's Disease (*geteilte Erstautorenschaft). PLoS ONE 6: e19140.
  • Szameitat DP, Darwin CJ, Szameitat AJ, Wildgruber D, Sterr A, Dietrich S, Alter K (2011) Formant characteristics of human laughter. Journal of Voice 25: 32-37.


  • Szameitat DP*, Kreifelts B*, Alter K, Szameitat AJ, Sterr A, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2010) It is not always tickling: Distinct cerebral responses during perception of different laughter types (*geteilte Erstautorenschaft). NeuroImage 53: 1264-1271.
  • Eberle M, Wildgruber D, Wasserka B, Fallgatter A, Plewnia C (2010) Relief from chronic intractable auditory hallucinations after long-term bilateral theta burst stimulation. American Journal of Psychiatry 167: 1410.
  • Kreifelts B, Ethofer T, Huberle E, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2010) Association of trait emotional intelligence and individual fMRI-activation patterns during the perception of social signals from voice and face. Human Brain Mapping 31: 979-991.
  • Lutz U, Hiemke C, Wiatr G, Arand J, Farger G, Wildgruber D (2010) Aripiprazol in pregnancy and lactation: a case report. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 30: 204-205.


  • Wildgruber D, Ethofer T, Grandjean D, Kreifelts B (2009) A cerebral network model of speech prosody comprehension. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 11: 277-281.
  • Braun C, Stingl K, Hofmann C, Wolf J, Wildgruber D, Trauzettel-Klosinski S (2009) Learning a New Script: an MEG Study in Dyslexics and Normal Readerscerebral network model of speech prosody comprehension. International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism 11: 135-138.
  • Kreifelts B, Ethofer T, Shiozawa T, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2009) Cerebral representation of non-verbal emotional perception: fMRI reveals audiovisual integration area between voice- and face- sensitive regions in the superior temporal sulcus. Neuropsychologia 47: 3059-3066.
  • Anders S, Wiens S, Eippert F, Birbaumer N, Lotze M, Wildgruber D (2009) When seeing outweighs feeling: A role for prefrontal cortex in passive control of negative affect in blindsight. Brain 132: 3021-3031.
  • Wiethoff S, Wildgruber D, Grodd W, Ethofer T (2009) Response and habituation of the amygdale during processing of emotional prosody. NeuroReport 20: 1356-1360.
  • Szameitat DP, Alter K, Szameitat AJ, Dietrich S, Wildgruber D, Sterr A, Darwin CJ (2009) Acoustic profiles of distinct emotional expression in laughter. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126: 354-366.
  • Ethofer T, Kreifelts B, Wiethoff S, Wolf J, Grodd W, Vuilleumier P, Wildgruber D (2009) Differential influences of emotion, task, and novelty on the brain regions underlying the processing of speech melody. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21: 1255-1268.
  • Szameitat DP, Alter K, Szameitat AJ, Darwin CJ, Wildgruber D, Dietrich S, Sterr A (2009) Differentiation of emotions in laughter at behavioral level. Emotion 9: 397-405.
  • Herbert C, Ethofer T, Anders S, Grodd W, Junghoefer M, Wildgruber D, Kissler J (2009) Amygdala activation during reading of emotional adjectives - an advantage for pleasant content. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 4: 35-49.
  • Barth GM, Sieslack S, Peukert P, El Kasmi J, Schlipf S, Travers-Podmaniczky G, Wildgruber D, Batra A (2009) Internet- und Computerspielsucht bei Jugendlichen. Schweizer Zeitschrift für Psychiatrie und Neurologie 2: 35-43.


  • Reiterer SM, Erb M, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2008) Cerebral processing of timbre and loudness: fMRI evidence for a contribution of broca´s area to discrimination of non-linguistic acoustic cues. Brain Imaging and Behavior 2: 1-10.
  • Wiethoff S, Wildgruber D, Kreifelts B, Becker H, Anders S, Herbert C, Grodd W, Ethofer T (2008) Cerebral processing of emotional prosody - Influence of acoustic parameters and arousal. NeuroImage 39: 885-893.


  • Ethofer T, Wiethoff S, Anders S, Kreifelts B, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2007) The voices of seduction: Cross-gender effects in processing of erotic prosody. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 2: 334-337.
  • Kreifelts B, Ethofer T, Erb M, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2007) Audiovisual integration of emotional signals in voice and face: an event-related fMRI study. NeuroImage 37: 1445-1456.
  • Meyer M, Baumann S, Wildgruber D, Alter K (2007) How the brain laughs. Comparative evidence from behavioural and neuroscientific studies in man and monkey. Behavioural Brain Research 182: 245-260.
  • Ende G, Demirakca T, Walter S, Wokrina T, Sartorius A, Wildgruber D, Henn FA. (2007) Subcortical and medial temporal MR-detectable metabolite abnormalities in unipolar major depression. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 257: 36-39.


  • Wildgruber D, Ackermann H, Kreifelts B, Ethofer T (2006) Cerebral Processing of Linguistic and Emotional Prosody: fMRI Studies. Progress in Brain Research 156: 249-268.
  • Ethofer T, Pourtois G, Wildgruber D (2006) Investigating audiovisual integration of emotional information in the human brain. Progress in Brain Research 156: 345-361.
  • Ethofer T, Anders S, Erb M, Droll C, Royen L, Saur R, Reiterer S, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2006) Impact of voice on emotional judgement of faces: an event-related fMRI study. Human Brain Mapping 27: 707-714.
  • Ethofer T, Anders S, Erb M, Herbert C, Wiethoff S, Kissler J, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2006) Cerebral pathways in processing of emotional prosody: A dynamic causal modelling study. NeuroImage 30: 580-587.
  • Ethofer T, Erb M, Anders S, Wiethoff S, Herbert C, Saur R, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2006) Effects of prosodic emotional intensity on activation of associative auditory cortex. NeuroReport 17: 249-253.


  • Anders S, Lotze M, Wildgruber D, Erb M, Grodd W, Birbaumer N (2005) Processing of a simple aversive conditioned stimulus in a divided visual field paradigm: An fMRI study. Experimental Brain Research 162: 213-219.
  • Reiterer SM, Erb M, Droll CD, Anders S, Ethofer T, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2005) Impact of task difficulty on lateralization of pitch and duration discrimination. NeuroReport 16: 239-242.
  • Riecker A, Mathiak K, Wildgruber D, Erb M, Hertrich I, Grodd W, Ackermann H (2005) fMRI reveals two distinct cerebral networks subserving speech motor control. Neurology 64: 700-706.
  • Riecker A, Wildgruber D, Grodd W, Ackermann H (2005) Funktionell-kernspintomographische Untersuchungen zur zerebralen Organisation der Sprechmotorik und Phontik. Nervenheilkunde 24: 177-183.
  • Wildgruber D, Riecker A, Hertrich I, Erb M, Grodd W, Ethofer T, Ackermann H (2005) Identification of Emotional Intonation evaluated by fMRI. NeuroImage 24: 1233-1241.


  • Wildgruber D, Hertrich I, Riecker A, Erb M, Anders S, Grodd W, Ackermann H (2004) Distinct Frontal Regions Subserve Evaluation of Linguistic and Affective Aspects of Intonation. Cerebral Cortex 14: 1384-1389.
  • Hummel F, Saur R, Lasogga S, Plewnia C, Erb M, Wildgruber D, Grodd W, Gerloff C (2004) To act or not to act. Neural correlates of executive control of learned motor behaviour. NeuroImage 23: 1391-1401.
  • Riecker A, Gerloff C, Wildgruber D, Nägele T, Grodd W, Dichgans J, Ackermann H (2004) Transient crossed aphasia during focal right hemisphere seizure. Neurology 63: 1932.
  • Ackermann H, Hertrich I, Grood W, Wildgruber D (2004) "Das Hören von Gefühlen": Funktionell-neuroanatomische Grundlagen der Verarbeitung affektiver Prosodie. Akt Neurologie 31: 449-460.


  • Riecker A, Wildgruber D, Mathiak K, Grodd W, Ackermann H (2003) Parametric analysis of rate-dependent hemodynamic response functions of cortical and subcortical brain structures during auditorily cued finger tapping: a fMRI study. NeuroImage 18: 731-739.


  • Riecker A, Wildgruber D, Grodd W, Ackermann H (2002) Reorganization of Speech Production at the Motor Cortex and Cerebellum following Capsular Infarction: A Follow-up Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study. NeuroCase 8: 417-423.
  • Friese S, Wildgruber D, Krapf H, Schmidt F, Voigt K, Küker W (2002) Postpartale zerebrale Angiopathie: MRT Zeichen einer seltenen Schwangerschaftskomplikation. Klinische Neuroradiologie 12: 76-81.
  • Wildgruber D, Pihan H, Ackermann H, Erb M, Grodd W (2002) Dynamic Brain Activation during Processing of Emotional Intonation: Influence of Acoustic Parameters, Emotional Valence and Sex. NeuroImage 15: 856-869.
  • Riecker A, Wildgruber D, Dogil G, Grodd W, Ackermann H (2002) Hemispheric lateralization effects of rhythm implementation during syllable repetitions: an fMRI Study. NeuroImage 16: 169-176.
  • Staudt M, Lidzba K, Grodd W, Wildgruber D, Erb M, Krägeloh-Mann I (2002) Right-Hemispheric Organization of Language Following Early Left-Sided Brain Lesions: Functional MRI Topography. NeuroImage 16: 954-967.
  • Dogil G, Ackermann H, Grodd W, Haider H, Kamp H, Mayer J, Riecker A, Wildgruber D (2002) The speaking brain: a tutorial introduction to fMRI experiments in the production of speech, prosody and syntax. Journal of Neurolinguistics 15: 59-90.


  • Ackermann H, Riecker A, Mathiak K, Erb M, Grodd W, Wildgruber D (2001) Rate-dependent activation of a prefrontal-insular-cerebellar network during passive listening to trains of click stimuli: An fMRI Study. NeuroReport 18: 4087-4092.
  • Wildgruber D, Ackermann H, Grodd W (2001) Differential Contribution of Motor Cortex, Basal Ganglia and Cerebellum to Speech Motor Control: Effects of Syllable Repetition Rate evaluated by fMRI. NeuroImage 13: 101-109.
  • Staudt M, Grodd W, Niemann G, Wildgruber D, Erb M, Krägeloh-Mann I (2001) Early left periventricular brain lesions induce right hemisphere organization of speech. Neurology 57: 122-125.
  • Grodd W, Hülsmann E, Lotze M, Wildgruber D, Erb M (2001) Sensorimotor Mapping of the Human Cerebellum: fMRI Evidence of Somatotopic Organization. Human Brain Mapping 13: 55-73.


  • Riecker A, Ackermann H, Wildgruber D, Mayer J, Dogil G, Haider H, Grodd W (2000) Articulatory/Phonetic Sequencing at the Level of the Anterior Perisylvian Cortex: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Study. Brain and Language 75: 259-276.
  • Riecker A, Ackermann H, Wildgruber D, Dogil G, Grodd W (2000) Opposite hemispheric lateralization effects during speaking and singing at motor cortex, insula and cerebellum. NeuroReport 11: 1997-2000.
  • Wildgruber D, Kischka U, Faßbender K, Ettlin T (2000) The Frontal Lobe Score: Evaluation of its clinical validity. Clinical Rehabilitation 14: 272-278.


  • Schick F, Nägele T, Wildgruber D, Trübenbach J, Claussen CD (1999) Ultrafast Diffusion-Sensitive MR Imaging of Brain on an Open Scanner at 0.2 T. American Journal of Neuroradiology 20: 53-61.
  • Wildgruber D, Kuntz R, Kermer P, Bartel J, Fetter M, Dichgans J (1999) Elsberg Syndrome due to Infarction of the Conus Medullaris associated with a Prothrombin Mutation. Journal of Neurology 246: 507-508.
  • Baune A, Sommer FT, Erb M, Wildgruber D, Kardatzki B, Palm G, Grodd W (1999) Dynamical Cluster Analysis of Cortical fMRI Activations. NeuroImage 9: 477-489.
  • Klose U, Erb M, Wildgruber D, Müller E, Grodd W (1999) Improvement of the Acquisition of a large Amount of MR Images on a conventional whole Body System. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 17: 471-474.
  • Wildgruber D, Kischka U, Ackermann H, Klose U, Grodd W (1999) Dynamic Pattern of Brain Activation during Sequencing of Word Strings evaluated by fMRI. Cognitive Brain Research 7: 285-294.
  • Wildgruber D, Ackermann H, Grodd W (1999) Untersuchungen zur zerebralen Organisation der Sprachproduktion mittels fMRT. Klinische Neuroradiologie 9: 118-133.


  • Ackermann H, Wildgruber D, Daum I, Grodd W (1998) Does the cerebellum contribute to cognitive aspects of speech production? A functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study in humans. Neuroscience Letters 247: 187-190.


  • Wildgruber D, Erb M, Klose U, Grodd W (1997) Sequential activation of supplementary motor area and primary motor cortex during self-paced finger movement in human evaluated by functional MRI. Neuroscience Letters 227: 161-164.
  • Ackermann H, Wildgruber D (1997) Der Beitrag des Stirnhirns zur Sprachproduktion. Neurolinguistik 11: 77-119.
  • Ackermann H, Wildgruber D, Grodd W (1997), Neuroradiologische Aktivierungsstudien zur zerebralen Organisation sprachlicher Leistungen: Eine Literaturübersicht. Fortschritte der Neurologie und Psychiatrie 65: 182-194.


  • Wildgruber D, Ackermann H, Klose U, Kardatzki B, Grodd W (1996), Functional Lateralization of Speech Production at Primary Motor Cortex: A fMRI Study. NeuroReport 7: 2791-2795.





  • Brück C, Kreifelts B, Ethofer T, Wildgruber D (2013) Affektive Prosodie. In: Kölsch S, Schröger E (eds.). Affektive und Kognitive Neurowissenschaft, Band 5 der Serie "Kognition" der Enzyklopädie der Psychologie, Hogrefe, Göttingen, S. 254-279.
  • Szameitat DP, Wildgruber D, Alter K (2013) Vocal Expression of Emotions in Laughter. In: Altenmüller E, Zimmermann E, Schmidt S (eds.) Evolution of Emotional Communication: From Sounds in Nonhuman Mammals to Speech and Music in Man. Oxford University Press, S. 191-210.
  • Brück C, Kreifelts B, Ethofer T, Wildgruber D (2013) Emotional Voices: The Tone of (True) Feelings. In: Vuilleumier P, Armony J (eds.). Handbook of Affective Neuroscience, Cambridge University Press, New York, S. 265-285.


  • Kreifelts B, Wildgruber D, Ethofer T (2012) Audiovisual Integration of Emotional Information from Voice and Face. In: Belin P, Campanella S, Ethofer T (eds.) Integrating Face and Voice in Person Perception. Springer, New York, S. 225-251.


  • Grodd W, Wildgruber D, Kumar V (2010) Functional imaging of language competent brain areas. In: Dogil G, Reiterer SM (eds.). Language Talent and Brain Activity, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, S. 131-154.


  • Wildgruber D, Ethofer T, Kreifelts B, Grandjean D (2008) Cerebral processing of emotional prosody: a network model based on fMRI studies. In: Barbosa PA, Madureira S, Reis C (eds.). Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2008, Editora, Campinas, Brazil, S. 225-230.


  • Wildgruber D, Ackermann H (2007) Aphasie. In: Therapie und Verlauf neurologischer Erkrankungen, 5. Auflage (Hrsg.: Brandt T, Dichgans J, Diener HC), Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, S. 294-304.
  • Szameitat DP, Darwin CJ, Szameitat AJ, Wildgruber D, Sterr A, Dietrich S, Alter A (2007). Formant characteristics of human laughter. In: Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Saarbrücken, S. 9-13.


  • Ackermann H, Wildgruber D, Riecker A (2006) Singing in the (b)rain: cerebral correlates of vocal music performance in humans. In: Altenmüller E, Kesselring J, Wiesendanger M (eds). Music, Motor Control, and the Brain. Oxford University Press, Oxford, S. 205-222.
  • Ackermann H, Wildgruber D (2006) Rehabilitation von Aphasien und anderen Kommunikationsstörungen zerebraler Ursache. In: Gerontoneurologie (Hrsg.:Deuschl G, Reichmann H.), Thieme-Verlag, Stuttgart, S. 306-319.


  • Dogil G, Ackermann H, Grodd W, Haider H, Kamp H, Mayer J, Riecker A, Röhm D, Wildgruber D, Wokurek W (2004) Brain dynamics induced by language production. In: Trends in Linguistics: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Language Production (Hrsg.: Pechmann T und Habel C), Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter, S. 397-429.
  • Ackermann H, Mathiak K, Wildgruber D, Hertrich I, Lutzenberger W (2004) Neurobiologische Grundlagen der Sprachlautwahrnehmung: Klinische und funktionell-bildgebende Befunde. In: Neurokognition der Sprache (Hrsg.: Müller HM und Rickheit G), Tübingen, Stauffenburg Verlag, S. 167-189.
  • Dogil G, Ackermann H, Mayer J, Riecker A, Wildgruber D (2004) Das Sprachnetzwerk im menschlichen Gehirn: Evidenz aus der funktionalen Kernspintomographie und aus der Klinik. In: Neurokognition der Sprache (Hrsg.: Müller HM und Rickheit G), Tübingen, Stauffenburg Verlag, S. 191-210.
  • Ackermann H, Riecker A, Wildgruber D (2004) Functional brain imaging of motor aspects of speech production. In: Speech motor control in normal and disordered speech (Hrsg.: Maassen B, Kent R, Peters H, Van Lieshout P, Hulstijn W), Oxford University Press, Oxford, S. 85-111.


  • Wildgruber D, Ackermann H (2003) Aphasie. In: Therapie und Verlauf neurologischer Erkrankungen (Hrsg.: Brandt T, Dichgans J, Diener HC), Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, S. 267-277.


  • Mayer J, Wildgruber D, Riecker A, Dogil G, Ackermann H, Grodd W (2002) Prosody Production and Perception: Converging Evidence from fMRI Studies. In: Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2002 (Hrsg.: Bel B, Marlien I), Aix-en-Provence, Frankreich, S. 487-490.
  • Riecker A, Wildgruber D, Dogil G, Mayer J, Ackermann H, Grodd W (2002) Hemispheric Lateralization Effects of Rhythm Implementation During Syllable Repetitions: a fMRI Study. In: Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2002 (Hrsg.: Bel B, Marlien I), Aix-en-Provence, S. 599-602.


  • Ackermann H, Wildgruber D, Riecker A, Hertrich I, Dogil G, Grodd W (2001) Cerebral organization of speech motor control: Functional magnetic resonance imaging studies. In: Speech motor control in normal and disordered speech (Hrsg.: Maassen B, Hulstijn W, Kent R, Peters HFM, Van Lieshout PHMM). Uitgeverij Vantilt, Nijmegen, Netherlands, S. 27-31.


  • Mayer J, Dogil G, Wildgruber D, Riecker A, Ackermann H, Grodd W (1999) Prosody in speech production: A fMRI study. In: Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), San Francisco, S. 635-638.


  • Wildgruber D, Ackermann H, Klose U, Kardatzki B, Grodd W (1998) Hemispheric Lateralization of Speech Production and Singing at the Level of the Motor Cortex in fMRI. In: Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics (Hrsg.: Ziegler W, Deger K), Whurr, London, S. 238-243.

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