Erich Schröger
Erich Schröger
Institute for Psychology, Leipzig University, Germany
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Involuntary attention and distractibility as evaluated with event-related brain potentials
C Escera, K Alho, E Schröger, IW Winkler
Audiology and Neurotology 5 (3-4), 151-166, 2000
Brain indices of music processing:“nonmusicians” are musical
S Koelsch, T Gunter, AD Friederici, E Schröger
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (3), 520-541, 2000
Digital filter design for electrophysiological data–a practical approach
A Widmann, E Schröger, B Maess
Journal of neuroscience methods 250, 34-46, 2015
Differential contribution of frontal and temporal cortices to auditory change detection: fMRI and ERP results
B Opitz, T Rinne, A Mecklinger, DY Von Cramon, E Schröger
Neuroimage 15 (1), 167-174, 2002
The mismatch negativity in cognitive and clinical neuroscience: theoretical and methodological considerations
T Kujala, M Tervaniemi, E Schröger
Biological psychology 74 (1), 1-19, 2007
Superior pre-attentive auditory processing in musicians
S Koelsch, E Schröger, M Tervaniemi
Neuroreport 10 (6), 1309-1313, 1999
Prefrontal cortex involvement in preattentive auditory deviance detection:: neuroimaging and electrophysiological evidence
CF Doeller, B Opitz, A Mecklinger, C Krick, W Reith, E Schröger
Neuroimage 20 (2), 1270-1282, 2003
On the detection of auditory deviations: A pre‐attentive activation model
E Schröger
Psychophysiology 34 (3), 245-257, 1997
Pitch discrimination accuracy in musicians vs nonmusicians: an event-related potential and behavioral study
M Tervaniemi, V Just, S Koelsch, A Widmann, E Schröger
Experimental brain research 161, 1-10, 2005
Development of a memory trace for a complex sound in the human brain
R Näätänen, E Schröger, S Karakas, M Tervaniemi, P Paavilainen
NeuroReport 4 (5), 503-506, 1993
Behavioral and electrophysiological effects of task-irrelevant sound change: A new distraction paradigm
E Schröger, C Wolff
Cognitive brain research 7 (1), 71-87, 1998
Is there pre‐attentive memory‐based comparison of pitch?
T Jacobsen, E Schröger
Psychophysiology 38 (4), 723-727, 2001
Attentional orienting and reorienting is indicated by human event-related brain potentials
E Schröger, C Wolff
Neuroreport 9 (15), 3355-3358, 1998
Early electrophysiological indicators for predictive processing in audition: a review
A Bendixen, I SanMiguel, E Schröger
International Journal of Psychophysiology 83 (2), 120-131, 2012
A neural mechanism for involuntary attention shifts to changes in auditory stimulation
E Schröger
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 8 (6), 527-539, 1996
Working memory controls involuntary attention switching: evidence from an auditory distraction paradigm
S Berti, E Schröger
European Journal of Neuroscience 17 (5), 1119-1122, 2003
Mismatch response of the human brain to changes in sound location
E Schröger, C Wolff
Neuroreport 7 (18), 3005-3008, 1996
Superior formation of cortical memory traces for melodic patterns in musicians
M Tervaniemi, M Rytkönen, E Schröger, RJ Ilmoniemi, R Näätänen
Learning & Memory 8 (5), 295-300, 2001
Suppression of the auditory N1 event-related potential component with unpredictable self-initiated tones: evidence for internal forward models with dynamic stimulation
P Bäß, T Jacobsen, E Schröger
International Journal of Psychophysiology 70 (2), 137-143, 2008
A comparison of auditory and visual distraction effects: behavioral and event-related indices
S Berti, E Schröger
Cognitive brain research 10 (3), 265-273, 2001
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