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Brigitte Röder
Brigitte Röder
Professor of Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology, University of Hamburg
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Beneficial effects of physical exercise on neuroplasticity and cognition
K Hötting, B Röder
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 37 (9), 2243-2257, 2013
11382013
Improved auditory spatial tuning in blind humans
B RoÈder, W Teder-SaÈlejaÈrvi, A Sterr, F RoÈsler, SA Hillyard, ...
Nature 400 (6740), 162-166, 1999
8181999
Speech processing activates visual cortex in congenitally blind humans
B Röder, O Stock, S Bien, H Neville, F Rösler
European Journal of Neuroscience 16 (5), 930-936, 2002
4642002
Early vision impairs tactile perception in the blind
B Röder, F Rösler, C Spence
Current Biology 14 (2), 121-124, 2004
3942004
Brain activation modulated by the comprehension of normal and pseudo-word sentences of different processing demands: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study
B Röder, O Stock, H Neville, S Bien, F Rösler
Neuroimage 15 (4), 1003-1014, 2002
2892002
Slow negative brain potentials as reflections of specific modular resources of cognition
F Rösler, M Heil, B Röder
Biological psychology 45 (1-3), 109-141, 1997
2791997
Parsing of sentences in a language with varying word order: Word-by-word variations of processing demands are revealed by event-related brain potentials
F Rösler, T Pechmann, J Streb, B Röder, E Hennighausen
Journal of memory and language 38 (2), 150-176, 1998
2681998
Auditory memory in congenitally blind adults: a behavioral-electrophysiological investigation
B Röder, F Rösler, HJ Neville
Cognitive Brain Research 11 (2), 289-303, 2001
2662001
The effects of acute physical exercise on memory, peripheral BDNF, and cortisol in young adults
K Hötting, N Schickert, J Kaiser, B Röder, M Schmidt-Kassow
Neural plasticity 2016 (1), 6860573, 2016
2492016
Event-related potentials during auditory and somatosensory discrimination in sighted and blind human subjects
B Röder, F Rösler, E Hennighausen, F Näcker
Cognitive Brain Research 4 (2), 77-93, 1996
2411996
Event-related potentials during auditory language processing in congenitally blind and sighted people
B Röder, F Rösler, HJ Neville
Neuropsychologia 38 (11), 1482-1502, 2000
2132000
Early visual deprivation impairs multisensory interactions in humans
L Putzar, I Goerendt, K Lange, F Rösler, B Röder
Nature neuroscience 10 (10), 1243-1245, 2007
2062007
Early processing stages are modulated when auditory stimuli are presented at an attended moment in time: An event‐related potential study
K Lange, F Rösler, B Röder
Psychophysiology 40 (5), 806-817, 2003
1932003
Memory for environmental sounds in sighted, congenitally blind and late blind adults: evidence for cross-modal compensation
B Röder, F Rösler
International Journal of Psychophysiology 50 (1-2), 27-39, 2003
1812003
Multisensory processing in the redundant-target effect: a behavioral and event-related potential study
M Gondan, B Niederhaus, F Rösler, B Röder
Perception & psychophysics 67, 713-726, 2005
1692005
Semantic confusion regarding the development of multisensory integration: a practical solution
BE Stein, D Burr, C Constantinidis, PJ Laurienti, M Alex Meredith, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 31 (10), 1713-1720, 2010
1652010
Developmental vision determines the reference frame for the multisensory control of action
B Röder, A Kusmierek, C Spence, T Schicke
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (11), 4753-4758, 2007
1652007
Orienting attention to points in time improves stimulus processing both within and across modalities
K Lange, B Röder
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (5), 715-729, 2006
1602006
Cardiovascular fitness modulates brain activation associated with spatial learning
K Holzschneider, T Wolbers, B Röder, K Hötting
Neuroimage 59 (3), 3003-3014, 2012
1582012
Hearing cheats touch, but less in congenitally blind than in sighted individuals
K Hötting, B Röder
Psychological science 15 (1), 60-64, 2004
1582004
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