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Bachelorarbeiten

2016Ahmad Dawud
Modelling language discrimiation via I-vectors
2016
Lara Richter
Exploring the early development of long-term memory in infants between 9 and 18 months – An eye-tracking study
2016
Thanh Dung Ngyuyen
Infants understand others’ needs. A stimulus-based analysis.
2015
Sophia Jörg
Dementia and Bilingualism. Does bilingualism delay the onset of dementia?
2015
Maike Hille
Electrophysiological correlates of rule learning across puberty.
2015
Judith Kemper
An eye-tracking study on infants’ memory for multi-modal stimuli.
2015
Susanne Hübner
Learning word meanings from word-sound association in young infants.
2015
Marcus Brockmeyer
Association of visual objects with sounds in young infants.
2015
Katharina Beckh
Development of Episodic Memory in Early Childhood and the Role of Multisensory Integration.
2015
Tina Schlachter
Implicit and explicit learning of a hierarchical grammar in the oddball design.
2014
Xenia Ohmer
Development of Prosocial Behaviour in 9-18 Month Old Infants.
2014
Annika Ries
Can ironic prosody be transferred to written language?
2014
Christian Jarvers
Cognate Effects in Bilingual False Memory.
2014
Nydia Humann
Body reference in gesture - kinds of embodying reference within the expression of acoustic events.
2014
Philipp Kuhnke
The functional neuroanatomy of speech perception. Insights from electrocorticography on an epilepsy patient watching a movie.
2014Lena KnippelmeyerSpeak Properly! Does mothers‘ use of directives have an influence on children’s language acquisition?
2013Julia BrehmCognitive and Biological Factors Influencing Artificial Grammar Learning.

Masterarbeiten

2017 Juhee Jang
Processing polarity items: event-related potentials of German negative and positive polarity items in the contrasting polarity constructions
2017
Anja Faulhaber
Processing of Polarity Items in German: An ERP-Study
2016
Phillip Kuhnke
The neural basis of argument-verb dependency processing: A repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation study
2016
Olena Forynna
Electrophysiological correlates of automatic processing of verb inflections across puberty
2016
Ernesto Andres Lopez
Montecinos
Probing mnemonic techniques as tools to improve L2 vocabulary learning: The method of loci and the keyword method
2016
Vivien Radtke
How do orthographic units influence early ERPs in visual word recognition?
2015
Mariella Paul
Electrophysiological correlates of rule learning at the age of 4 years.
2015
Lea Penning
Labelling of environmental sounds in young infants
2014
Ulrike Kuhl
Anatomical correlates of learning non-adjacent dependencies and center-embeddings from artificial grammars – A voxel-based morphometry and diffusion tensor imaging analysis
2014 Galina Surova
Syntactic contributions to verbal working memory: An ERP study
2014
Freya Materne
The role of eye movements in the reading behavior of students of Dutch primary school