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Professor Tim Griffiths
Dr Kai Alter
Speech Biomechanics: Shaping new sounds2020
Dr Will Sedley
Dr Kai Alter
Exposing pathological sensory predictions in tinnitus using auditory intensity deviant evoked responses2019
Dr Damar Susilaradeya
Dr Wei Xu
Dr Thomas Hall
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Andrew Jackson
et al.
Extrinsic and Intrinsic Dynamics in Movement Intermittency2019
Dr Kai Alter
The sense of sounds: Brain responses to phonotactic frequency, phonological grammar and lexical meaning2019
Dr Kai Alter
Emotional Connotations of Musical Instrument Timbre in Comparison With Emotional Speech Prosody: Evidence From Acoustics and Event-Related Potentials2018
Dr Kai Alter
Laughing Out Loud! Investigations on Different Types of Laughter2018
Dr Kai Alter
Professor David Howard
Early access to lexical-level phonological representations of Mandarin word-forms: Evidence from auditory N1 habituation2017
Dr Kai Alter
Le rire comme element essential de la communication sociale2016
Zoltan Derzsi
Dr Ghaith Tarawneh
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Jenny Read
A stereoscopic look at frequency tagging: Is a single frequency enough?2015
Dr Ferran Galan Moles
Dr Mark Baker
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Stuart Baker
Degraded EEG Decoding of Wrist Movements in Absence of Kinaesthetic Feedback2015
Dr Adam Attaheri
Dr Yuki Kikuchi
Alice Milne
Dr Ben Wilson
Dr Kai Alter
et al.
EEG potentials associated with artificial grammar learning in the primate brain2015
Dr Kai Alter
Erratum to "The relevance of rhythmical alternation in language processing: An ERP study on English compounds" [Brain Lang. (136) (2014) 19-30]2015
Dr Kai Alter
Neural correlates of categorical linguistic and gradient paralinguistic intonation.2015
Jinxing Yue
Dr Kai Alter
Cortical plasticity induced by rapid Hebbian learning of novel tonal word-forms: Evidence from mismatch negativity2014
Dr Kai Alter
The relevance of rhythmical alternation in language processing: An ERP study on English compounds2014
Dr Kai Alter
Different types of laughter modulate connectivity within distinct parts of the laughter perception network2013
Dr Kai Alter
Vocal expression of emotions in laughter2013
Dr Kai Alter
Time-driven effects on parsing during reading2012
Dr Kai Alter
Acoustic correlates of emotional dimensions in laughter: Arousal, dominance, and valence2011
Dr Kai Alter
'Emotion' 'The essence of Human communication - The processing of emotional information' Comment on: Bruck C, Kreifelts B, Wildgruber D. Emotional voice in context: a neurobiological model of multimodal affective information processing2011
Dr Kai Alter
Formant characteristics of human laughter2011
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Tim Griffiths
Neural prediction of higher-order auditory sequence statistics2011
Dr Kai Alter
It is not always tickling: Distinct cerebral responses during perception of different laughter types2010
Dr Kai Alter
Acoustic profiles of distinct emotional expressions in laughter2009
Dr Will Sedley
Dr Kai Alter
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
Professor Tim Griffiths
Auditory Gamma Band Oscillation as a Neurological Basis for Tinnitus2009
Dr Kai Alter
Brain Talk: Discourse with and in the Brain2009
Dr Kai Alter
Differentiation of Emotions in Laughter at the Behavioral Level2009
Dr Manon Grube
Dr Damien Gabriel
Emeritus Professor Vivian Cook
Andy Hanson
Dr Kai Alter
et al.
The processing of emotional utterances: Roles of prosodic and lexical information2009
Dr Kai Alter
Top-down modulation of auditory processing: effects of sound context, musical expertise and attentional focus2009
Dr Kai Alter
Inadequate and infrequent are not alike: ERPs to deviant prosodic patterns in spoken sentence comprehension2008
Dr Kai Alter
Processing prosodic boundaries in natural and hummed speech: An fMRI study2008
Dr Anita Roopun
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Claudia Racca
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
Region-specific changes in gamma and beta2 rhythms in NMDA receptor dysfunction models of schizophrenia2008
Dr Kai Alter
Segmental processing in the human auditory dorsal stream2008
Dr Kai Alter
Understanding the emotional expression of verbal interjections: a functional MRI study2008
Dr Kai Alter
Catching the news: Processing strategies in listening to dialogs as measured by ERPs2007
Dr Kai Alter
Focus on focus: The brain’s electrophysiological response to focus particles and accents in German2007
Dr Kai Alter
Formant characteristics of human laughter2007
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Tim Griffiths
High frequency localised "hot spots" in temporal lobes of patients with intractable tinnitus: A quantitative electroencephalographic (QEEG) study2007
Dr Simon Baumann
Dr Kai Alter
How the brain laughs. Comparative evidence from behavioral, electrophysiological and neuroimaging studies in human and monkey2007
Dr Simon Baumann
Dr Kai Alter
How the brain laughs: Evidence from Neuropsychology, Neurophysiology, and Neuroimaging2007
Dr Kai Alter
Processing focus structure and implicit prosody during reading: Differential ERP effects2007
Dr Kai Alter
Semiotic aspects of human nonverbal vocalizations: A functional imaging study2007
Dr Kai Alter
From air oscillations to music and speech: Functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence for fine-tuned neural networks in audition2006
Dr Kai Alter
How to disentangle lexical and prosodic information? Psychoacoustic studies on the processing of vocal interjections2006
Dr Kai Alter
Prosodic pitch accents in language comprehension and production: ERP data and acoustic analyses2006
Dr Kai Alter
Prosody in Speech Production and Perception: The Case of Right Node Raising in English2006
Dr Kai Alter
Psychoacoustic studies on the processing of vocal interjections: how to disentangle lexical and prosodic information?2006
Dr Kai Alter
Syllables guide spoken word recognition2006
Dr Kai Alter
The processing of laughter as revealed by fMRI2006
Dr Kai Alter
A dual-route account for access to grammatical gender: Evidence from functional MRI2005
Dr Kai Alter
Distinct fMRI responses to laughter, speech, and sounds along the human peri-sylvian cortex2005
Dr Kai Alter
Influence of prosodic information on the processing of split particles: ERP evidence from spoken German2005
Dr Kai Alter
Neural correlates for the perception of the phrase structure in music2005
Dr Kai Alter
On-line procesing of 'pop-out' words in spoken French dialogues2005
Dr Kai Alter
Pragmatics and prosody in conflict: The closure Positive Shift (CPS) in information structural processing2005
Dr Kai Alter
Processing of syntactic and prosodic information in German particle verbs: Evidence from ERPs2005
Dr Kai Alter
Prosody-driven sentence processing: An event-related brain potential study2005
Dr Kai Alter
The role of the left Brodmann's areas 44 and 45 in reading words and pseudowords2005
Dr Kai Alter
Zur Charakterisierung von Bezugskonstituenten der betonten Fokuspartikel ‚auch’ im Deutschen2005
Dr Kai Alter
Brain activity varies with modulation of dynamic pitch variance in sentence melody2004
Dr Kai Alter
Brain potentials during semantic and prosodic processing in French2004
Dr Kai Alter
Influence des modalités intonatives sur le traitement sémantique: une étude électrophysiologique2004
Dr Kai Alter
Information structure and modular grammar2004
Dr Kai Alter
Intonational patterns in Contrast and Concession2004
Dr Kai Alter
Lateralization of auditory language functions – the dynamic dual pathway model2004
Dr Kai Alter
On the independence of information structure processing from prosody2004
Dr Kai Alter
Pitch modulates lexical identification in spoken word recognition: ERP and behavioral evidence2004
Dr Kai Alter
Pre-attentive vowel categorization from dynamic speech stimuli2004
Dr Kai Alter
Sentence segmentation: On the influence of prosodic boundaries and accents2004
Dr Kai Alter
Sequential effects of propofol on functional brain activation induced by auditory language processing: an event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging study2004
Dr Kai Alter
The influence of prosody on reading - an ERP study on relative clause attachment2004
Dr Kai Alter
Affective encoding in speech signal and ERPs.2003
Dr Kai Alter
Auditory evoked potentials: Processing of syllables and level identical noise2003
Dr Kai Alter
How mis-specified focus accents can distress our brain2003
Dr Kai Alter
On the lateralization of emotional prosody: An event-related functional MRI investigation2003
Dr Kai Alter
Prosodie2003
Dr Kai Alter
The brain dissociates human and non-human voices preattentively and gestalt-like2003
Dr Kai Alter
The brain generates its own sentence melody: A Gestalt phenomenon in speech perception2003
Dr Kai Alter
Towards the cerebral substrates of sentence-level syntactic and prosodic processing2003
Dr Kai Alter
An electrophysiological response to different pitch contours in words.2002
Dr Kai Alter
Brain responses related to prosodic information in natural speech: An eventrelated fMRI study2002
Dr Kai Alter
Functional MRI reveals brain regions mediating slow prosodic manipulations of spoken sentences2002
Dr Kai Alter
Kontrastprosodie in Sprachproduktion und –perzeption.2002
Dr Kai Alter
of prosodic domains: Evidence from event-related brain potentials2002
Dr Kai Alter
Pitch contour guides spoken word recognition2002
Dr Kai Alter
Realisierung und Verarbeitung von Korrektur: Zum Zusammenhang von Intonation und Bedeutung2002
Dr Kai Alter
Segmentierung sprachlicher Information2002
Dr Kai Alter
Speech segmentation during auditory perception2002
Dr Kai Alter
Suprasegmentale Merkmale und Prosodie in der Sprachproduktion2002
Dr Kai Alter
The relation between accentuation and phrasing in Russian2002
Dr Kai Alter
Human auditory processing of pitch altered speech2001
Dr Kai Alter
Lateralization of prosody during language production: A lesion study.2001
Dr Kai Alter
Misleading dialogues: Human's brain reaction to prosodic information2001
Dr Kai Alter
Speech specific auditory evoked potentials2001
Dr Kai Alter
Accentuation and emotions - Two different systems?2000
Dr Kai Alter
When the brain meets prosody2000
Dr Kai Alter
Brain potentials indicate immediate use of prosodic cues in natural speech processing1999
Dr Kai Alter
On the relations of semantic and acoustic properties of emotions1999
Dr Kai Alter
Don’t blame it (all) on the pause: Further ERP evidence for a prosody-induced garden-path in running speech.1998
Dr Kai Alter
Modeling Prosody in a German Concept-to-Speech System1996
Dr Kai Alter
VIECTOS: The Vienna Concept-to-Speech System1996