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Annekathrin Weise

Dr. Annekathrin Weise

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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Room: Leopoldstr. 13, Room 3.003

2021 - present PostDoc at the University of Munich, Germany, funded by the DFG Research Fellowship

2016 - 2021 PostDoc at the University of Salzburg, Austria, funded by the DFG Research Fellowship

2015 - 2016 Research stay at the Rotman Research Institute , Toronto, Canada, funded by the ACN Mobility Fellowship

2014 Research stay at CIMeC MEG lab in Trento, Italy, funded by the G.-A. Lienert scholarship

2006 - 2016 PhD student / PostDoc, University of Leipzig, funded by the DFG and scholarships of DAAD and University of Leipzig

 

Preprints
[1] Weise, A., Hartmann, T., Parmentier, F., Ruhnau, P., & Weisz, N. (2020). Increases in parieto-occipital alpha-band power reflect involuntary spatial attention due to a task-distracting deviant sound. BioRxiv, 2020.06.29.161992.

Publications

[11] Weise, A., Schröger, E., Horváth, J. (2018). The detection of higher-order acoustic transitions is reflected in the N1 ERP. Psychophysiology, 55(7):e13063.

[10] Weise, A., Hartmann, T., Schröger, E., Weisz, N., & Ruhnau, P. (2016). Cross-modal distractors modulate oscillatory alpha power – The neural basis of impaired task performance. Psychophysiology

[ 9] Weise, A., Grimm, S., Trujillo-Barreto, N.J. & Schröger, E. (2014). Timing matters: The processing of pitch relations. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 387.

[ 8] Weise, A., Bendixen, A., Müller, D., & Schröger, E. (2012). Which kind of transition is important for sound representation? An event-related potential study. Brain Research, 1464, 30–42.

[ 7] Weise, A., Schröger, E., & Bendixen, A. (2012). The processing of concurrent sounds based on inharmonicity and synchronous onsets: an object-related negativity (ORN) study. Brain Research, 1439, 73–81.

[ 6] Weise, A., Schröger, E., Fehér, B., Folyi, T., & Horváth, J. (2012). Auditory event-related potentials reflect dedicated change detection activity for higher-order acoustic transitions. Biological Psychology, 91(1), 142–149.

[ 5] 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.

[ 4] Weise, A., Ritter, W., & Schröger, E. (2011). The representation of unattended, segmented sounds: a mismatch negativity (MMN) study. International Journal of Psychophysiolog, 81(2), 121–126.

[ 3] Horváth, J., Müller, D., Weise, A., & Schröger, E. (2010). Omission mismatch negativity builds up late. Neuroreport, 21(7), 537–541.

[ 2] 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.

[ 1] 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.