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Dr. Nicole Angenstein
Dr. Nicole Angenstein

Special Lab Non-Invasive Brain Imaging
Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology
Brenneckestraße 6
39118 Magdeburg
Germany
Phone: +49-391-6263-92141
Fax: +49-391-6263-92589
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Biologist

Projects

  • Hemispheric interaction during lateralized processing of acoustic parameters

  • Information processing in dialogs

Publications

  • Angenstein, N., Stadler, J. and Brechmann, A. (2016). Auditory intensity processing: Effect of MRI background noise. Hear Res 333, 87-92.
  • Angenstein, N. and Brechmann, A. (2015). Auditory intensity processing: Categorization versus comparison. Neuroimage 119, 362-370.
  • Angenstein, N. and Brechmann, A. (2013). Division of labor between left and right human auditory cortex during the processing of intensity and duration. Neuroimage 83, 1-11. 
  • Angenstein, N. and Brechmann, A. (2013). Left auditory cortex is involved in pairwise comparisons of the direction of frequency modulated tones. Front. Neurosci. 7:115. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2013.00115
  • Angenstein, N., Scheich, H. and Brechmann, A. (2012). Interaction between bottom-up and top-down effects during the processing of pitch intervals in sequences of spoken and sung syllables. Neuroimage 61, 715-722.
  • Behne, N., Scheich, H. and Brechmann, A. (2005). Contralateral white noise selectively changes right human auditory cortex activity caused by a FM-direction task. J Neurophysiol 93, 414-423.
  • Behne, N., Scheich, H. and Brechmann, A. (2008). The left dorsal striatum is involved in the processing of neutral feedback. Neuroreport 19, 1497-1500.
  • Behne, N., Wendt, B., Scheich, H., and Brechmann, A. (2006). Contralateral white noise selectively changes left human auditory cortex activity in a lexical decision task. J Neurophysiol 95, 2630-2637.
  • Kohrs, C., Angenstein, N., Brechmann, A. 2016. Delays in Human-Computer Interaction and Their Effects on Brain Activity. PLoS ONE 11, e0146250.
  • Kohrs, C., Hrabal, D., Angenstein, N. and Brechmann, A. (2014). Delayed system response times affect immediate physiology and the dynamics of subsequent button press behavior. Psychophysiology 51, 1178-84.
  • Kohrs, C., Angenstein, N., Scheich, H. and Brechmann, A. (2012). Human striatum is differentially activated by delayed, omitted, and immediate registering feedback. Front Hum Neurosci 6, 243.
  • Thaerig, S., Behne, N., Schadow, J., Lenz, D., Scheich, H., Brechmann, A. and Herrmann, C.S. (2008). Sound level dependence of auditory evoked potentials: simultaneous EEG recording and low-noise fMRI. Int J Psychophysiol 67, 235-241.


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