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Dr. Susann Deike
Dr. Susann Deike

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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Linguist (Magister Artium)

 

Projects

Publications

  • Deike, S., Deliano, M., Brechmann, A. (2016). Probing neural mechanisms underlying auditory stream segregation in humans by transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). Neurospsychologia 91, 262-267.
  • Deike, S., Heil, P., Böckmann-Barthel, M., and Brechmann, A. (2015). Decision making and ambiguity in auditory stream segregation. Front Neurosci 9, 266.
  • Deike, S., Denham, S.L., Sussman, E. (2014). Probing auditory scene analysis. Front Neurosci 8, 293.
  • Böckman-Barthel, M., Deike, S., Brechmann, A., Ziese, M., Verhey, J.L. (2014). Time course of auditory streaming: do CI users differ from normal-hearung listeners? Front Neurosci 5, 775.
  • Dollezal, L.V., Brechmann, A., Klump, G.M. and Deike, S. (2014). Evaluating auditory stream segregation of SAM tone sequences by subjective and objective psychoacoustical tasks, and brain activity. Front Neurosci 8, 119.
  • Selezneva, E., Deike, S., Knyazeva, S., Scheich, H., Brechmann, A. and Brosch, M.(2013). Rhythm sensitivity in macaque monkeys. Front Psychol 7, 49.
  • Deike, S., Heil, P., Böckmann-Barthel, M., and Brechmann, A. (2012). The Build-up of Auditory Stream Segregation: A Different Perspective. Front Psychol 3, 461.
  • Deike, S., Brechmann, A., Scheich, H. (2010). Active stream segregation specifically involves the left human auditory cortex. Hear Res. 265, 30-7.
  • Rahne, T., Deike, S., Selezneva, E., Brosch, M., König, R., Scheich, H., Böckmann, M., Brechmann, A., 2008. A multilevel and cross-modal approach towards neuronal mechanisms of auditory streaming. Brain Res 1220:127-135.
  • Deike, S., Gaschler-Markefski, B., Brechmann, A., Scheich, H., 2004. Auditory stream segregation relying on timbre involves left auditory cortex. NeuroReport 15, 1511-1514.

Collaborations



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