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Beiträge in Zeitschriften mit Begutachtungssystem

  • [42]Gandras, K., Grimm, S., & Bendixen, A. (2017). Electrophysiological correlates of speaker segregation and foreground-background selection in ambiguous listening situations. Neuroscience. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [41]Bader, M., Schröger, E., & Grimm, S. (2017). How regularity representations of short sound patterns that are based on relative or absolute pitch information establish over time: An EEG study. PLoS One, 12(5), e0176981. [Full Text, Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [40]Grimm, S., Escera, C., & Nelken, I. (2016). Early indices of deviance detection in humans and animal models. Biological Psychology, 116, 23-27. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [39]Althen, H., Huotilainen, M., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2016). Middle latency response correlates of single and double deviant stimuli in a multi-feature paradigm. Clinical Neurophysiology, 127(1), 388-396. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [38]Aghamolaei, M., Zarnowiec, K., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2016). Functional dissociation between regularity encoding and deviance detection along the auditory hierarchy. European Journal of Neuroscience, 43(4), 529-535. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [37]Volosin, M., Grimm, S., & Horvath, J. (2016). Exploiting temporal predictability: Event-related potential correlates of task-supportive temporal cue processing in auditory distraction. Brain Research, 1639, 120. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [36]Recasens, M., Leung, S., Grimm, S., Nowak, R., & Escera, C. (2015). Repetition suppression and repetition enhancement underlie auditory memory-trace formation in the human brain: an MEG study. Neuroimage, 108, 75-86. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [35]Cornella, M., Bendixen, A., Grimm, S., Leung, S., Schröger, E., & Escera, C. (2015). Spatial auditory regularity encoding and prediction: human middle-latency and long-latency auditory evoked potentials. Brain Research, 1626, 21-30. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [34]Cacciaglia, R., Escera, C., Slabu, L., Grimm, S., Sanjuan, A., Ventura-Campos, N., & Avila, C. (2015). Involvement of the human midbrain and thalamus in auditory deviance detection. Neuropsychologia, 68, 51-58. [Abstract, CrossRef]
  • [33]Escera, C., Leung, S., & Grimm, S. (2014). Deviance detection based on regularity encoding along the auditory hierarchy: electrophysiological evidence in humans. Brain Topography, 27(4), 527-538. [Abstract, CrossRef]
  • [32]Recasens, M., Grimm, S., Wollbrink, A., Pantev, C., & Escera, C. (2014). Encoding of nested levels of acoustic regularity in hierarchically organized areas of the human auditory cortex. Human Brain Mapping, 35(11), 5701-5716. [Abstract, CrossRef]
  • [31]Weise, A., Grimm, S., Trujillo-Barreto, N., & Schröger, E. (2014). Timing matters: The processing of pitch relations. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 3(387). [CrossRef]
  • [30]Recasens, M., Grimm, S., Capilla, A., Nowak, R., & Escera, C. (2014). Two sequential processes of change detection in hierarchically ordered areas of the human auditory cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 24(1), 143-153. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [29]Leung, S., Recasens, M., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2013). Electrophysiological index of acoustic temporal regularity violation in the middle latency range. Clinical Neurophysiology, 124(12), 2397-2405. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [28]Cornella, M., Leung, S., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2013). Regularity encoding and deviance detection of frequency modulated sweeps: Human middle- and long-latency auditory evoked potentials. Psychophysiology, 50(12), 1275-1281. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [27]Althen, H., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2013). Simple and complex acoustic regularities are encoded at different levels of the auditory hierarchy. European Journal of Neuroscience, 38(10), 3448-3455. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [26]Slabu, L., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2012). Novelty detection in the human auditory brainstem. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(4), 1447-1452. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [25]Leung, S., Cornella, M., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2012). Is fast auditory change detection feature specific? An electrophysiological study in humans. Psychophysiology, 49(7), 933-942. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [24]Grimm, S., Recasens, M., Althen, H., & Escera, C. (2012). Ultrafast tracking of sound location changes as revealed by human auditory evoked potentials. Biological Psychology, 89(1), 232-239. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [23]Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2012). Auditory deviance detection revisited: evidence for a hierarchical novelty system. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 85(1), 88-92. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [22]Cornella, M., Leung, S., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2012). Detection of simple and pattern regularity violations occurs at different levels of the auditory hierarchy. PLoS One, 7(8), e43604. [Full Text, Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [21]Alho, K., Grimm, S., Mateo-Leon, S., Costa-Faidella, J., & Escera, C. (2012). Early processing of pitch in the human auditory system. European Journal of Neuroscience, 36(7), 2972-2978. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [20]Tavano, A., Grimm, S., Costa-Faidella, J., Slabu, L., Schröger, E., & Escera, C. (2012). Spectrotemporal processing drives fast access to memory traces for spoken words. Neuroimage, 60(4), 2300-2308. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [19]Grimm, S., Escera, C., Slabu, L., & Costa-Faidella, J. (2011). Electrophysiological evidence for the hierarchical organization of auditory change detection in the human brain. Psychophysiology, 48(3), 377-384. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [18]Costa-Faidella, J., Grimm, S., Slabu, L., Diaz-Santaella, F., & Escera, C. (2011). Multiple time scales of adaptation in the auditory system as revealed by human evoked potentials. Psychophysiology, 48(6), 774-783. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [17]Costa-Faidella, J., Baldeweg, T., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2011). Interactions between "what" and "when" in the auditory system: temporal predictability enhances repetition suppression. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(50), 18590-18597. [Abstract]
  • [16]Althen, H., Grimm, S., & Escera, C. (2011). Fast detection of unexpected sound intensity decrements as revealed by human evoked potentials. PLoS One, 6(12), e28522. [Full Text, Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [15]Timm, J., Weise, A., Grimm, S., & Schröger, E. (2011). An Asymmetry in the Automatic Detection of the Presence or Absence of a Frequency Modulation within a Tone: A Mismatch Negativity Study. Frontiers in Psychology, 2, 189. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [14]Slabu, L., Escera, C., Grimm, S., & Costa-Faidella, J. (2010). Early change detection in humans as revealed by auditory brainstem and middle-latency evoked potentials. European Journal of Neuroscience, 32(5), 859-865. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [13]Weise, A., Grimm, S., Müller, D., & Schröger, E. (2010). A temporal constraint for automatic deviance detection and object formation: A mismatch negativity study. Brain Research, 1331, 88-95. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [12]Bendixen, A., Grimm, S., Deouell, L. Y., Wetzel, N., Mädebach, A., & Schröger, E. (2010). The time-course of auditory and visual distraction effects in a new crossmodal paradigm. Neuropsychologia, 48, 2130-2139. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [11]Grimm, S., Bendixen, A., Deouell, L. Y., & Schröger, E. (2009). Distraction in a visual multi-deviant paradigm: behavioral and event-related potential effects. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 72(3), 260-266. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [10]Grimm, S., Schröger, E., Bendixen, A., Bäß, P., Roye, A., & Deouell, L. Y. (2008). Optimizing the auditory distraction paradigm: Behavioral and event-related potential effects in a lateralized multi-deviant approach. Clinical Neurophysiology, 119, 934-947. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [9]Weise, A., Müller, D., Grimm, S., Rübsamen, R., & Schröger, E. (2007). Differential processing of terminal tone parts within structured and non-structured tones. Neuroscience Letters, 421(2), 163-167. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [8]Grimm, S., & Schröger, E. (2007). The processing of frequency deviations within sounds: Evidence for the predictive nature of the Mismatch Negativity (MMN) system. Restorative Neuroscience and Neurology, 25, 241-249. [Abstract, PubMed]
  • [7]Röttger, S., Schröger, E., Grube, M., Grimm, S., & Rübsamen, R. (2007). Mismatch negativity on the cone of confusion. Neuroscience Letters, 414(2), 178-182. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [6]Bendixen, A., Grimm, S., & Schröger, E. (2006). The relation between onset, offset, and duration perception as examined by psychophysical data and event-related brain potentials. Journal of Psychophysiology, 20(1), 40-51. [Abstract, CrossRef]
  • [5]Grimm, S., Roeber, U., Trujillo-Barreto, N. J., & Schröger, E. (2006). Mechanisms for detecting auditory temporal and spectral deviations operate over similar time windows but are divided differently between the two hemispheres. Neuroimage, 32(1), 275-282. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [4]Senkowski, D., Röttger, S., Grimm, S., Foxe, J. J., & Herrmann, C. S. (2005). Kanizsa subjective figures capture visual spatial attention: evidence from electrophysiological and behavioral data. Neuropsychologia, 43(6), 872-886. [Abstract]
  • [3]Bendixen, A., Grimm, S., & Schröger, E. (2005). Human auditory event-related potentials predict duration judgments. Neuroscience Letters, 383(3), 284-288. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [2]Grimm, S., & Schröger, E. (2005). Pre-attentive and attentive processing of temporal and frequency characteristics within long sounds. Brain Research. Cognitive Brain Research, 25(3), 711-721. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]
  • [1]Grimm, S., Widmann, A., & Schröger, E. (2004). Differential processing of duration changes within short and long sounds in humans. Neuroscience Letters, 356(2), 83-86. [Abstract, PubMed, CrossRef]

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Monographien

  • [1]Grimm, S. (2009). Representations of Auditory Time: Pre-Attentive and Attentive Processing of Temporal Sound Features. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag.


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