Sabine Grimm
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Electrophysiological evidence for the hierarchical organization of auditory change detection in the human brain
S Grimm, C Escera, L Slabu, J Costa‐Faidella
Psychophysiology 48 (3), 377-384, 2011
Interactions between “what” and “when” in the auditory system: temporal predictability enhances repetition suppression
J Costa-Faidella, T Baldeweg, S Grimm, C Escera
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (50), 18590-18597, 2011
Auditory deviance detection revisited: evidence for a hierarchical novelty system
S Grimm, C Escera
International Journal of Psychophysiology 85 (1), 88-92, 2012
Early change detection in humans as revealed by auditory brainstem and middle‐latency evoked potentials
L Slabu, C Escera, S Grimm, J Costa‐Faidella
European Journal of Neuroscience 32 (5), 859-865, 2010
Novelty detection in the human auditory brainstem
L Slabu, S Grimm, C Escera
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (4), 1447-1452, 2012
Multiple time scales of adaptation in the auditory system as revealed by human evoked potentials
J Costa‐Faidella, S Grimm, L Slabu, F Díaz‐Santaella, C Escera
Psychophysiology 48 (6), 774-783, 2011
Deviance detection based on regularity encoding along the auditory hierarchy: electrophysiological evidence in humans
C Escera, S Leung, S Grimm
Brain topography 27, 527-538, 2014
Detection of simple and pattern regularity violations occurs at different levels of the auditory hierarchy
M Cornella, S Leung, S Grimm, C Escera
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e43604, 2012
The time-course of auditory and visual distraction effects in a new crossmodal paradigm
A Bendixen, S Grimm, LY Deouell, N Wetzel, A Mädebach, E Schröger
Neuropsychologia 48 (7), 2130-2139, 2010
Kanizsa subjective figures capture visual spatial attention: Evidence from electrophysiological and behavioral data
D Senkowski, S Röttger, S Grimm, JJ Foxe, CS Herrmann
Neuropsychologia 43 (6), 872-886, 2005
Fast detection of unexpected sound intensity decrements as revealed by human evoked potentials
H Althen, S Grimm, C Escera
PLoS One 6 (12), e28522, 2011
Involvement of the human midbrain and thalamus in auditory deviance detection
R Cacciaglia, C Escera, L Slabu, S Grimm, A Sanjuán, ...
Neuropsychologia 68, 51-58, 2015
Human auditory event-related potentials predict duration judgments
A Bendixen, S Grimm, E Schröger
Neuroscience letters 383 (3), 284-288, 2005
Repetition suppression and repetition enhancement underlie auditory memory-trace formation in the human brain: an MEG study
M Recasens, S Leung, S Grimm, R Nowak, C Escera
Neuroimage 108, 75-86, 2015
Differential processing of duration changes within short and long sounds in humans
S Grimm, A Widmann, E Schröger
Neuroscience Letters 356 (2), 83-86, 2004
Mechanisms for detecting auditory temporal and spectral deviations operate over similar time windows but are divided differently between the two hemispheres
S Grimm, U Roeber, NJ Trujillo-Barreto, E Schröger
Neuroimage 32 (1), 275-282, 2006
Two sequential processes of change detection in hierarchically ordered areas of the human auditory cortex
M Recasens, S Grimm, A Capilla, R Nowak, C Escera
Cerebral cortex 24 (1), 143-153, 2014
The processing of frequency deviations within sounds: evidence for the predictive nature of the Mismatch Negativity (MMN) system
S Grimm, E Schröger
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 25 (3-4), 241-249, 2007
Early indices of deviance detection in humans and animal models
S Grimm, C Escera, I Nelken
Biological Psychology 116, 23-27, 2016
Ultrafast tracking of sound location changes as revealed by human auditory evoked potentials
S Grimm, M Recasens, H Althen, C Escera
Biological psychology 89 (1), 232-239, 2012
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