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Prof. Dr. Dr. Friedemann Pulvermüller

Friedemann Pulvermüller

Institut/Einrichtungen:

Fachgebiet/Arbeitsbereich:

Neurowissenschaft der Sprache und Pragmatik

Adresse Habelschwerdter Allee 45
Raum JK 31/232
14195 Berlin
Telefon +49 30 838 54443
Fax +49 30 838 4 54443
E-Mail friedemann.pulvermuller@fu-berlin.de
Homepage Brain Language Laboratory

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Vita

Blitzschnell vom Ohr ins Hirn

Wissenschaftler der Freien Universität und der MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge veröffentlichen Studie über Tempo des Wortverstehens

Pressemitteilung der FU Berlin Nr. 61/2012 vom 20.03.2012

 

 

Im Herbst 2011 wechselte Friedemann Pulvermüller vom MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge, wo er seit 2000 als Programme Leader in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language tätig war, an die Freie Universität Berlin. Als Biologe und Sprachwissenschaftler interessiert er sich für die Gehirnmechanismen der Sprache, für deren Störung bei funktioneller Beeinträchtigung des Gehirns, für die neurophysiologischen Prozesse, die auf Sprachmechanismen hinweisen, sowie für Sprachtherapie nach Sprachverlust (Aphasie).

An der FU Berlin verfolgt Prof Pulvermüllers Forschung ganz besonders zwei Ziele:

  1. unser Verständnis der Sprachmechanismen im Gehirn weiter zu verbessern und zu verfeinern, so dass klarer wird, welche Nervenzellverschaltungen es uns ermöglichen, Sprache zu verstehen und zu verwenden,

  2. dieses verbesserte sprach- und gehirntheoretische Wissen zu nutzen, um das Erlernen von Sprache zu erleichtern - insbesondere im Fall von Patienten, bei denen durch eine Gehirnschädigung Sprachfuntionen beeinträchtigt sind.

Die Forschungsprojekte der Arbeitsgruppe Neurowissenschaft der Sprache und Pragmatik arbeiten darauf hin, diese Ziele zu erreichen. Hierfür werden folgende Methoden verwendet:

  • Neuroimagingexperimente, z.B. mit fMRI, EEG und MEG,

  • Studien an Patienten mit Beeiträchtigung der Sprache und des Denkens, z.B. an Patienten mit Demenz oder nach Schlaganfall,

  • Komputersimulationen von neuronalen Netzwerken, die eng an Struktur und Funktion des menschlichen Sprachkortex orientiert sind,

  • Therapiestudien mit Patienten, die aufgrund einer Hirnschädigung Schwierigkeiten mit dem Sprechen und dem Verstehen von Sprache haben.

Eine Auswahl laufender und geplanter Forschungsprojekte finden Sie hier:

  • Aphasie-Therapie: der Einfluss von Sprachverwendung, Handlung und Emotion auf den Erfolg von Sprachtherapie

  • Neuropragmatik: Hirnkorrelate von Sprechakten
  • Neurosemantik: Mechanismen des Verstehens konkreter und abstrakter Sprache
  • Neuronale Grammatik: automatische Indikatoren der lexikalischen (konstruktionalen) und syntaktischen Verarbeitung
  • Neurokomputationale Erklärung von Sprachprozessen im Gehirn

In diesen Forschungsbereichen werden auch neue BA, MA und PhD/Dr. Arbeiten angeboten und betreut.

Recent key publications:

  • Pulvermüller, F., & Fadiga, L. 2010. Active perception: Sensorimotor circuits as a cortical basis for language. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 11 (5), 351-360.
  • Berthier, M. L., & Pulvermüller, F. 2011. Neuroscience insights improve neurorehabilitation of post-stroke aphasia. Nature Reviews Neurology, 7 (2), 86-97.
  • Moseley, R., Carota, F., Hauk, O., Mohr, B. & Pulvermüller, F. 2011. A role for the motor system in binding abstract emotional meaning. Cerebral Cortex, in press.

Curriculum Vitae von Friedemann Pulvermüller

My main interests in science are in the neurobiology of language. I have developed a model of language processing in the human brain, formulated at the level of nerve cell circuits which cut across perception and action systems of the brain. The model specifies neural circuits processing speech sounds, words, their meaning and the syntactic rules that influence their order in time. Words are envisaged to be represented in the brain by distributed cell assemblies whose cortical topographies reflect aspects of word meaning. The rules of syntax are proposed to be a product of the interplay between specialized neuronal units, called sequence detectors, and general principles of neuronal dynamics designed to control and regulate activity levels in cortical areas. Advances in the neuroscience of language are applied in the development of new language therapy techniques. A new surprisingly successful method for intensive aphasia therapy is described here: Aphasia Now

Recent research foci:

  • Translational neurolinguistics: From neuroscience to aphasia rehabilitation
  • Neuropragmatics: The brain basis of speech acts and communicative interaction
  • Language and action: Do neural language circuits depend on the motor system?
  • Language and emotion: How is it possible to establish the semantic link between internal states and language?
  • Neurocombinatorics: Exploring the emergence of syntactic and semantic structures in brain-like networks
  • Cortical activation spreading as an index of language perception and comprehension (MEG-EEG)
  • Meaning comprehension: What is the role of early (100-200ms) and late (300-500ms) brain mechanisms?

Recent key publications:

  • Pulvermüller, F., & Fadiga, L. 2010. Active perception: Sensorimotor circuits as a cortical basis for language. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 11 (5), 351-360.
  • Berthier, M. L., & Pulvermüller, F. 2011. Neuroscience insights improve neurorehabilitation of post-stroke aphasia. Nature Reviews Neurology, 7 (2), 86-97.
  • Moseley, R., Carota, F., Hauk, O., Mohr, B. & Pulvermüller, F. 2011. A role for the motor system in binding abstract emotional meaning. Cerebral Cortex, in press.
  • Cappa, S., & Pulvermüller, F. (eds.) 2011: Language and the Motor System. Special Issue of the Journal Cortex, 48 (7), 785-7. DOI: 10.1016/j.cortex.2012.04.010
  • Knoeferle, P., Crocker, M. W., & Pulvermüller, F. (eds.) 2010. Embodied sentence processing. Special issue of the journal Brain and Language, 112 (3).
  • Wermter, S., Page, M., Knowles, M., Gallese, V., Pulvermüller, F., & Taylor, J. (eds.) 2009. Multimodal communication in animals, humans and robots. Special issue of the journal Neural Networks, 22 (2).
  • Shtyrov, Y. & Pulvermüller, F. (eds.) 2006: Fourth Conference On Mismatch Negativity (MMN) And Its Clinical And Scientific Applications, April 22-26, 2006. MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK.

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2013 and in press

  • Shebani, Z., & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. Moving the hands and feet specifically impairs working memory for arm- and leg-related action words. Cortex, 49 (1), 222-231. DOI: 10.1016/j.cortex.2011.10.005
  • Pulvermüller, F.. Cappelle, B., & Shtyrov, Y. 2012. Brain basis of words, constructions, and grammar. In The Oxford Handbook of Construction Grammar. Oxford University Press, Oxford, in press.
  • Bakker, I., MacGregor, L. J., Pulvermüller, F., &Shtyrov, Y. 2013. Past tense in the brain’s time: Neurophysiological evidence for dual-route processing of past-tense verbs. NeuroImage, in press. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.12.065

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2012

  • Pulvermüller, F. 2012. Meaning and the brain: The neurosemantics of referential, interactive, and combinatorial knowledge. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 25 (5), 423-459. doi: 10.1016/j.jneuroling.2011.03.004
  • Pulvermüller, F., Kiff, J., & Shtyrov, Y. 2012. Can language-action links explain language laterality?: An ERP study of perceptual and articulatory  learning of novel pseudowords. Cortex, 48 (7), 471-481. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2011.02.006
  • Pulvermüller, F., Cook, C., & Hauk, O. 2012. Inflection in action: Semantic motor system activation to noun- and verb-containing phrases is modulated by the presence of overt grammatical markers. Neuroimage, 60, 1367–1379.
  • Barrós-Loscertales, A., González, J., Pulvermüller, F., Ventura-Campos1, N., Bustamante, J. C., Costumero, V., Parcet, M.A., & Ávila, C.  2012. Reading "salt" activates gustatory brain regions: fMRI evidence for semantic grounding in a novel sensory modality. Cereb Cortex, 22 (11), 2554-2563. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhr324
  • Boulenger, V., Shtyrov, Y., & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. When do you grasp the idea?  MEG evidence for instantaneous idiom understanding. Neuroimage, 59 (4), 3502-13.
  • Cappa, S. F., & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. Language and the motor system. Cortex, 48 (7), 785-787. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2012.04.01
  • Carota, F., Moseley, R., & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. Body part-specific representations of semantic noun categories. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24 (6), 1492-1509. doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_00219
  • Kiefer, M., & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. Conceptual representations in mind and brain: Theoretical developments, current evidence and future directions. Cortex, 48 (7), 805-825. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2011.04.006
  • Kiefer, M., Trumpp, N., Herrnberger, B., Sim, E.-J., Hoenig, K., & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. Dissociating the representation of action- and sound-related concepts in middle temporal cortex. Brain and Language, 122 (2), 120-125. doi: 10.1016/j.bandl.2012.05.007
  • Kurland, J., Pulvermüller, F., Silva, N., Burke, K., & Andrianopoulos, M. 2012. Constrained vs. unconstrained intensive language therapy in two individuals with chronic, moderate-to-severe aphasia and apraxia of speech: Behavioral and fMRI outcomes. American Journal of Speech and Language Patholology, 21 (S), 65-87. doi: 10.1044/1058-0360(2012/11-0113)
  • MacGregor, L. J., Pulvermüller, F., van Casteren, M., & Shtyrov, Y. 2012. Ultra-rapid access to words in the brain. Nature Communications, 3, 711. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms1715.
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  • Moseley, R., Carota, F., Hauk, O., Mohr, B. & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. A role for the motor system in binding abstract emotional meaning. Cerebral Cortex, 22 (7), 1634-1647. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhr238
  • Shtyrov, Y., Smith, M., Horner, A. J., Henson, R., Nathan, P. J., Bullmore, E. T., & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. Attention to language: Novel MEG paradigm for registering involuntary language processing in the brain. Neuropsychologia, 50 (11), 2605-2616. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2012.07.012
  • Tschentscher, N., Hauk, O., Fischer, M. H., & Pulvermüller, F. 2012. You can count on the motor cortex: Finger counting habits modulate motor cortex activation evoked by numbers. Neuroimage, 59 (4), 3139-48.
  • Difrancesco, S., Pulvermüller, F., & Mohr, B. 2012. Intensive language-action therapy (ILAT): The methods. Aphasiology, 26 (11), 1317-1351. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2012.705815
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2012. Brain gain in cognitive neuropsychology: Continuing commentary on Laine and Martin (), “Cognitive neuropsychology has been, is, and will be significant to aphasiology”. Aphasiology, 26 (12), 1481-1484. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2012.741855
  • Holland, R., Brindley, L., Shtyrov, Y., Pulvermüller, F., & Patterson, K. 2012. They played with the trade: MEG investigation of the processing of past tense verbs and their phonological twins. Neuropsychologia; 50(14), 3713-3720. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2012.10.019

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2011

  • Alexandrov, A.A., Boricheva, D.O., Pulvermüller, F., & Shtyrov, Y. 2011. Strength of word-specific neural memory traces assessed electrophysiologically. PLoSONE 6 (8), e22999. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0022999
  • Berthier, M. L., & Pulvermüller, F. 2011. Neuroscience insights improve neurorehabilitation of post-stroke aphasia. Nature Reviews Neurology, 7 (2), 86-97.
  • Berthier, M. L., Pulvermüller, F., Dávila, G., García Casares, N., & Gutiérrez, A. 2011. Drug therapy of post-stroke aphasia: a review of current evidence. Neuropsychology Review, 21 (3), 302-17.
  • Berthier, M. L., García-Casares, N., Walsh, S. F., Nabrozidis, A., Juárez Ruíz de Mier, R., Green, C., Dávila1, G., Gutiérrez, A., & Pulvermüller, F. (2011). Recovery from post-stroke aphasia: Lessons from brain imaging and implications for rehabilitation and biological treatments Discovery Medicine (Baltimore), 12 (65), 275-89.
  • Garagnani, M., & Pulvermüller, F. 2011. From Sounds to Words: a neurocomputational model of adaptation, inhibition and memory processes in auditory change detection. Neuroimage, 54 (1),170-81. Erratum: Neuroimage. 55 (1), 435-6.
  • Hauk, O., & Pulvermüller, F. 2011. The lateralization of motor cortex activation to action words. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 5, 149. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2011.00149
  • Shtyrov, Y., Kimppa, L., Pulvermüller, F., & Kujala, T. 2011. Event-related potentials reflecting the frequency of unattended spoken words: A neuronal index of connection strength in lexical memory circuits? Neuroimage, 55 (2), 658-668.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2011. Braucht man die Sprache, um das Hirn zu verstehen? . In A. Schüz (Ed.), Tentakeln des Geistes. Begegnungen mit Valentin Braitenberg. (Arunda, Vol. 81, pp. 129-141). Bozen: Edition Raetia

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2010

  • Pulvermüller, F. 2010. Brain-language research: Where is the progress? Biolinguistics, 4 (2-3), 255-288.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2010. Brain embodiment of syntax and grammar: Discrete combinatorial mechanisms spelt out in neuronal circuits. Brain and Language, 112 (3), 167-179.
  • Pulvermüller, F., & Fadiga, L. 2010. Active perception: Sensorimotor circuits as a cortical basis for language. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 11 (5), 351-360.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Pye, E., Cook, C., Hauk, O., Nestor, P., & Patterson, K. 2010. The word processing deficit in Semantic Dementia: All categories are equal but some categories are more equal than others. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22 (9), 2027-2041.
  • Boudelaa, S., Pulvermüller, F., Hauk, O., Shtyrov, Y., & Marslen-Wilson, W. 2010. Arabic morphology in the neural language system: A mismatch negativity study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22 (5), 998-1010.
  • Cappelle, B., Shtyrov, Y., & Pulvermüller, F. 2010. Heating up or cooling up the brain? MEG evidence that phrasal verbs are lexical units Brain and Language, 115 (3), 189-201.
  • Knoeferle, P., Crocker, M. W., & Pulvermüller, F. 2010. Embodied sentence processing. Brain and Language, 112 (3), 137-142.
  • Shtyrov, Y., Kujala, T., & Pulvermüller, F. 2010. Interactions between language and attention systems: early automatic lexical processing? Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22 (7), 1465-1478.
  • Shtyrov, Y., Nikulin, V., & Pulvermüller, F. 2010. Rapid cortical plasticity underlying novel word learning. Journal of Neuroscience, 30 (50), 16864-16867.

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2009

  • Pulvermüller, F., Kherif, F., Hauk, O., & Nimmo-Smith, I. 2009. Cortical cell assemblies for lexical and category-specific semantic processing as revealed by fMRI cluster analysis. Human Brain Mapping, 30 (12), 3837-3850.
  • Pulvermüller, F., & Knoblauch, A. 2009. Discrete combinatorial circuits emerging in neural networks: a mechanism for rules of grammar in the human brain? Neural Networks, 22 (1), 161-172.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Shtyrov, Y. 2009. Spatio-temporal signatures of large-scale synfire chains for speech as revealed by MEG. Cerebral Cortex, 19 (1), 79-88.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Shtyrov, Y., & Hauk, O. 2009. Understanding in an instant: neurophysiological evidence for mechanistic language circuits in the brain. Brain and Language,110 (2), 81-94.
  • Berthier, M. L., Green, C., Lara, J. P., Higueras, C., Barbancho, M. A., Dávila, G., & Pulvermüller, F. 2009. Memantine and constraint-induced aphasia therapy in chronic post-stroke aphasia. Annals of Neurology,65 (5), 577-85.
  • Boulenger, V., Hauk, O., & Pulvermüller, F. 2009. Grasping ideas with the motor system: Semantic somatotopy in idiom comprehension. Cerebral Cortex, 19 (8), 1905-1914.
  • Carlyon, R. P., Deeks, J., Shtyrov, Y., Grahn, J., Gockel, H., Hauk, O., & Pulvermüller, F. 2009. Changes in the perceived duration of a narrowband sound induced by a preceding stimulus: a retrospective effect in auditory perception? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35 (6), 1898-912.
  • D’Ausilio, A., Pulvermüller, F., Salmas, P., Bufalari, I., Begliomini, C., & Fadiga, L. 2009. The motor somatotopy of speech perception. Current Biology, 19 (5), 381-385.
  • D'Ausilio, A., Pulvermüller, F., Salmas, P., Bufalari, I., Begliomini, C., & Fadiga, L. 2009. Speech perception may causally depend on the activity of motor centers. Current Biology, http://www.cell.com/current-biology/comments_Dausilio.
  • Garagnani, M., Shtyrov, Y., & Pulvermüller, F. 2009. Effects of attention on what is known and what is not: MEG evidence for functionally discrete memory circuits. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 3 (10) doi:10.3389/neuro.09.010.2009.
  • Garagnani, M., Wennekers, T., & Pulvermüller, F. 2009. Recruitment and consolidation of cell assemblies for words by way of Hebbian learning and competition in a multi-layer neural network. Cognitive Computation, 1 (2), 160-176.
  • Hauk, O., Davis, M.H., Ford, M., Marslen-Wilson, W. D. & Pulvermüller, F., 2009. Can I have a quick word? Early electrophysiological manifestations of psycholinguistic processes revealed by event-related regression analysis of the EEG. Biological Psychology, 80 (1), 64-74.
  • Vestergaard, M. D., Haden, G. P., Shtyrov, Y., Patterson, R. D., Pulvermüller, F., Denham, S. L., Sziller, I., & Winkler, I. 2009. Auditory size-deviant detection in adults and newborn infants. Biological Psychology, 82 (2), 169-75.
  • Wermter, S., Page, M., Knowles, M., Gallese, V., Pulvermüller, F., & Taylor, J. 2009. Multimodal communication in animals, humans and robots: An introduction to perspectives in brain-inspired informatics. Neural Networks, 22 (2), 111-115.
  • Winkler, I., Czigler, I., Salisbury, D. F.,  & Pulvermüller, F. 2009. The Fifth Conference on Mismatch Negativity (MMN) and its Clinical and Scientific Applications. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 3 (2), XXIV-XXV.
  • Shtyrov, Y., & Pulvermüller, F. 2009. Are you listening? Language outside the focus of attention. In M. Stamenov (Ed.), Advances in Consciousness Research. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Shtyrov, Y., & Pulvermüller, F. 2009. Rapid, automatic and parallel language processing in the human brain: neurophysiological data using the mismatch negativity (MMN). In M. Horne (Ed.), Brain Talk. Lund: University of Lund.

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2008

  • Pulvermüller, F. & Berthier, M. L., 2008. Aphasia therapy on a neuroscience basis. Aphasiology, 22 (6), 563-599.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Shtyrov, Y., Hasting, A. & Carlyon, R.P. 2008. Syntax as a reflex: Neurophysiological evidence for early automaticity of grammatical processing. Brain and Language, 104 (1), 244-253.
  • Garagnani, M., Wennekers, T., & Pulvermüller, F. 2008. A neuroanatomically-grounded Hebbian learning model of attention-language interactions in the human brain. European Journal of Neuroscience, 27 (2), 492-513.
  • Hauk, O., Davis, M.H., Kherif, F. & Pulvermüller, F. 2008: Imagery or Meaning? Evidence for a semantic origin of category-specific brain activity in metabolic imaging. European Journal of Neuroscience, 27 (7), 1856-1866.
  • Hauk, O., Davis, M.H. & Pulvermüller, F., 2008. Modulation of brain activity by multiple lexical and word form variables in visual word recognition: A parametric fMRI study. Neuroimage, 42 (3), 1185-1195.
  • Hauk, O., Shtyrov, Y. & Pulvermüller, F. 2008: The time course of action and action-word comprehension in the human brain as revealed by neurophysiology. Journal of Physiology, Paris, 102 (1-3), 50-58.
  • Mohr, B., Pulvermüller, F., Rockstroh, B. & Endrass, T. 2008. Hemispheric cooperation – A crucial factor in schizophrenia? Neurophysiological evidence. Neuroimage, 41 (3) 1102-1110.
  • Shtyrov, Y., Osswald, K. & Pulvermüller, F. 2008. Memory traces for spoken words in the brain as revealed by the haemodynamic correlate of the mismatch negativity (MMN). Cerebral Cortex, 18 (1), 29-37.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2008. Brain embodiment of category specific semantic memory circuits. In G. Semin (Ed.), Embodied grounding: Social, cognitive, affective, and neuroscientific approaches, pp. 71-97. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2008. Grounding language in the brain. In M. de Vega, A. Graesser & A. M. Glenberg (Eds.), Symbols, embodiment, and meaning, pp. 85-116. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2008. Mechanistic language circuits: What can be learned? What is prewired? In A. D. M. Smith, K. Smith & R. Ferrer i Cancho (Eds.), Evolution of Language. pp. 482-484. New Jersey: World Scientific Publishers.

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2007

  • Pulvermüller, F. & Assadollahi, R. 2007. Grammar or serial order?: Discrete combinatorial brain mechanisms reflected by the syntactic Mismatch Negativity. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19 (6), 971-80.
  • Garagnani, M., Wennekers, T. & Pulvermüller, F. 2007. A neural model of the language cortex. Neurocomputing, 70, 1914-1919.
  • Hauk, O., Patterson, K., Woollams, A., Pye, E., Pulvermüller, F. & Rogers, T. T. 2007. How the camel lost its hump: The impact of object typicality on ERP signals in object decision. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19, 1338-1353.
  • Mohr, B., Endrass, T., Hauk, O. & Pulvermüller, F. 2007. ERP correlates of the bilateral redundancy gain for words. Neuropsychologia, 45 (9), 2114-2124.
  • Penolazzi, B., Hauk, O. & Pulvermüller, F. 2007. Early lexical access and semantic context integration as revealed by event-related brain potentials. Biological Psychology, 74 (3), 374-388.
  • Shtyrov, Y. & Pulvermüller, F. 2007. Early activation dynamics in the left temporal and inferior-frontal cortex reflect semantic context integration. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19(10), 1633-1642.
  • Shtyrov, Y. & Pulvermüller, F. 2007. Language in the mismatch negativity design: motivations, benefits and prospectives. Journal of Psychophysiology, 21 (3), 1-12.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2007. Word processing in the brain as revealed by neurophysiological imaging using EEG and MEG. In G. Gaskell (Ed.), Handbook of Psycholinguistics, pp 119-140. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Shtyrov, Y. 2007. The mismatch negativity as an objective tool for studying higher language functions. In A. S. Meyer, L.R. Wheeldon & A. Krott (Eds.), Automaticity and control in language processing, pp. 217-244. Hove and New York: Psychology Press.

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2006

  • Pulvermüller, F., & Hauk, O. 2006. Category-specific processing of color and form words in left fronto-temporal cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 16 (8), 1193-1201.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Huss, M., Kherif, F., Moscoso del Prado Martin, F., Hauk, O., & Shtyrov, Y. 2006. Motor cortex maps articulatory features of speech sounds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A., 103 (20), 7865-7870.
  • Pulvermüller, F., & Shtyrov, Y. 2006. Language outside the focus of attention: the mismatch negativity as a tool for studying higher cognitive processes. Progress in Neurobiology, 79 (1), 49-71.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Shtyrov, Y., Ilmoniemi, R. J. & Marslen-Wilson, W. 2006: Mapping speech comprehension in space and time. Neuroimage, 31 (3), 1297-1303.
  • Bak, T. H., Yancopoulu, D., Nestor, P., Xuereb, J., Spillantini, M. G., Pulvermüller, F., & Hodges, J. R. 2006: Clinical, imaging and pathological correlates of a hereditary deficit in verb and action processing. Brain, 129 (Pt 2), 321-332.
  • Berthier, M. L., Pulvermüller, F., Green, C., & Higueras, C. 2006: Are release phenomena explained by disinhibited mirror neuron circuits?: Arnold Pick's remarks on echographia and their relevance for modern cognitive neuroscience. Aphasiology, 20 (5), 462-480.
  • Gonzalez, J., Barros-Loscertales, A., Pulvermüller, F., Meseguer, V., Sanjuan, A., Belloch, V., & Avila, C. 2006. Reading cinnamon activates olfactory brain regions. Neuroimage, 32 (2), 906-912.
  • Hauk, O., Davis, M. H., Ford, M., Pulvermüller, F., & Marslen-Wilson, W. D. 2006. The time course of visual word recognition as revealed by linear regression analysis of ERP data. Neuroimage, 30 (4), 1383-1400.
  • Hauk, O., Patterson, K., Woollams, A., Watling, L., Pulvermüller, F., & Rogers, T. T. 2006: [Q:] When would you prefer a SOSSAGE to a SAUSAGE? [A:] At about 100 ms. ERP correlates of orthographic typicality and lexicality in written word recognition. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18, 818-832.
  • Hauk, O., Shtyrov, Y., & Pulvermüller, F. 2006: The sound of actions as reflected by mismatch negativity: Rapid activation of cortical sensory-motor networks by sounds associated with finger and tongue movements. European Journal of Neuroscience, 23 (3), 811-821.
  • Moscoso del Prado Martin, F., Hauk, O., & Pulvermüller, F. 2006: Category-specificity in the processing of color-related and form-related words: An ERP study. Neuroimage, 29 (1), 29-37.
  • Wennekers, T. Garagnani, M. & Pulvermüller, F. 2006: Language models based on Hebbian cell assemblies. Journal of Physiology, Paris, 100, 16-30.

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2005

  • Pulvermüller, F. 2005: Brain mechanisms linking language and action. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 6 (7), 576-582.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2005: From babbling to articulatory echo neurons and unsolved questions of syntax. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, http://www.bbsonline.org/Preprints/Arbib-05012002/Supplemental/Pulvermuller.pdf
  • Pulvermüller, F., Shtyrov, Y. & Ilmoniemi, R. 2005: Brain signatures of meaning access in action word recognition. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17 (6), 884-892.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Hauk, O., Nikulin, V. & Ilmoniemi, R.J. 2005: Functional interaction of language and action: a TMS study. European Journal of Neuroscience, 21 (3), 793-797.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Hauk, O., Zohsel, K., Neininger, B. & Mohr, B. 2005: Therapy-related reorganization of language in both hemispheres of patients with chronic aphasia. Neuroimage, 28 (2), 481-489.
  • Shtyrov, Y., Pihko, E. & Pulvermüller, F. 2005: Determinants of dominance: Is language laterality explained by physical or linguistic features of speech? Neuroimage, 27 (1), 37-47.
  • Knoblauch, A., & Pulvermüller, F. 2005. Sequence detector networks and associative learning of grammatical categories. In S. Wermter & G. Palm & M. Elshaw (Eds.), Biomimetic neural learning for intelligent robots (pp. 31-53). Berlin: Springer.
  • Wermter, S., Weber, C., Elshaw, M., Gallese, V., & Pulvermüller, F. 2005. Neural grounding of robot language in action. In S. Wermter & G. Palm & M. Elshaw (Eds.), Biomimetic neural learning for intelligent robots (pp. 162-181). Berlin: Springer.

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2004

  • Pulvermüller, F. 2004: Lexical access as a brain mechanism. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27, 297-298.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Mohr, B. 2004: Determinants of ignition times: Topographies of cell assemblies and activation delays they imply. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27, 308-311.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Mohr, B. & Lutzenberger, W. 2004: Neurophysiological signs of word and pseudoword processing in well-recovered aphasics and patients with right hemispheric stroke. Psychophysiology, 41, 584-591..
  • Pulvermüller, F., Shtyrov, Y., Kujala, T. & Näätänen, R. 2004: Word-specific cortical activity as revealed by the mismatch negativity. Psychophysiology, 41, 106-112.
  • Endrass, T., Mohr, B. & Pulvermüller, F. 2004: Enhanced mismatch negativity brain response after binaural word presentation. European Journal of Neuroscience, 19, 1653-1660.
  • Hauk, O., Johnsrude, I. & Pulvermüller, F. 2004: Somatotopic representation of action words in human motor and premotor cortex. Neuron, 41, 301-307.
  • Hauk, O. & Pulvermüller, F. 2004: Neurophysiological distinction of action words in the fronto-central cortex. Human Brain Mapping, 21, 191-201.
  • Hauk, O. & Pulvermüller, F. 2004: Effects of word length and frequency on the human event-related potential. Clinical Neurophysiology, 115, 1090-1103.
  • Shtyrov, Y., Hauk, O. & Pulvermüller, F. 2004: Distributed neuronal networks for encoding category-specific semantic information: the mismatch negativity to action words. European Journal of Neuroscience, 19, 1083-1092.
  • Wermter, S., Weber, C., Elshaw, M., Panchev, C., Erwin, H. & Pulvermüller, F. 2004: Towards multimodal neural robot learning. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 47, 171-175.
  • Neininger, B., Pulvermüller, F., Elbert, T., Rockstroh, B. & Mohr, B. 2004: Intensivierung, Fokussierung und Verhaltensrelevanz als Prinzipien der Neuropsychologischen Rehabilitation und ihre Implementation in der Therapie chronischer Aphasie – eine Übersichtsarbeit. [Constraint, focussing, behavioral relevance: Principles of neuropsychological rehabilitation and their implementation in aphasia therapy after chronic stroke: A review.] Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie, 15, 219-232.

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2003

  • Pulvermüller, F. 2003: Sequence detectors as a basis of grammar in the brain. Theory in Biosciences, 122, 87-103.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Shtyrov, Y. 2003: Automatic processing of grammar in the human brain as revealed by the Mismatch Negativity. Neuroimage, 20, 1020-1025.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Shtyrov, Y. & Ilmoniemi, R. 2003: Spatio-temporal patterns of neural language processing: an MEG study using Minimum-Norm Current Estimates. Neuroimage, 20, 159-172.
  • Assadollahi, R. & Pulvermüller, F. 2003: Early influences of word length and frequency: a group study in the MEG. Neuroreport, 14, 1183-1187.
  • Micheyl,  C., Carlyon, R.P., Shtyrov, Y., Hauk, O., Dodson, T. & Pulvermüller, F. 2003: Neurophysiological correlates of a perceptual illusion: A Mismatch Negativity study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 15, 747-758.
  • Müller, V., Lutzenberger, W., Preißl, H., Pulvermüller, F. & Birbaumer, N. 2003: Complexity of visual stimuli and non-linear EEG dynamics in humans. Cognitive Brain Research, 16, 104-110.
  • Neininger, B. & Pulvermüller, F. 2003: Word category specific deficits after right-hemispheric lesions. Neuropsychologia, 41, 53-70.
  • Shtyrov, Y., Pulvermüller, F., Näätänen, R. & Ilmoniemi, R. 2003: Grammar processing outside the focus of attention: an MEG study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 15, 1195-1206.

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2002

  • Pulvermüller, F. 2002: A brain perspective on language mechanisms: from discrete neuronal ensembles to serial order. Progress in Neurobiology, 67, 85-111.
  • Mohr, B. & Pulvermüller, F. 2002: Redundancy gains and costs in cognitive processing: the effect of short SOAs. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 28(6), 1200-1223.
  • Shtyrov, Y. & Pulvermüller, F. 2002: Processing of an inflectional affix by the human brain as revealed by the Mismatch Negativity (MMN). European Journal of Neuroscience, 15, 1085-1091.
  • Shtyrov, Y. & Pulvermüller, F. 2002: Neurophysiological evidence for memory traces for words in the human brain. Neuroreport, 13, 521-525.
  • Müller, M.M. & Pulvermüller, F. 2002: Gamma-Band-Aktivität als Indikator kognitiver Prozesse im menschlichen Gehirn (Gamma band activity as an indicator of cognitive processes in the human brain).  In: Elbert, T. (ed.): Enzyclopädie der Psychologie, Band 6, Biologische Grundlagen der Psychologie (Encyclopedia of psychology, Vol 6, Biological foundations of psychology). Hogrefe Verlag, Göttingen, 87-124.

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2001

  • Pulvermüller, F. 2001: Brain reflections of words and their meaning. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5, 517-524.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2001: Mutual access and mutual dependence of conceptual components. (Commentary on Humphreys and Forde.) Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24, 490-492.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Assadollahi, R. & Elbert, T. 2001: Neuromagnetic evidence for early semantic access in word recognition.  European Journal of Neuroscience, 13, 201-205.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Neininger, B., Elbert, T., Mohr, B., Rockstroh, B., Koebbel, P. & Taub, E. 2001: Constraint-induced therapy of chronic aphasia following stroke. Stroke, 32, 1621-1626.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Härle, M. & Hummel, F. 2001: Walking or talking?:  Behavioral and electrophysiological correlates of action verb processing.  Brain and Language, 78, 143-168.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Kujala, T., Shtyrov, Y., Simola., J., Tiitinen, H., Alku, P., Alho, K., Martinkauppi, S., Ilmoniemi, R. J. & Näätänen, R. 2001: Memory traces for words as revealed by the Mismatch Negativity (MMN). NeuroImage, 14, 107-616.
  • Assadollahi, R. & Pulvermüller, F. 2001: Neuromagnetic evidence for early access to cognitive representations. Neuroreport, 12, 207-213.
  • Dobel, C., Pulvermüller, F., Härle, M., Cohen, R., Koebbel, P., Schonle, P.W. & Rockstroh, B. 2001: Syntactic and semantic processing in the healthy and aphasic human brain. Experimental Brain Research, 140, 77-85.
  • Mohr, B., Heim, S., Pulvermüller, F. & Rockstroh, B. 2001: Functional asymmetry in schizophrenic patients during auditory speech processing. Schizophrenia Research, 52, 69-78.
  • Müller, V., Lutzenberger, W., Pulvermüller, F. & Mohr, B. 2001: Investigation of brain dynamics in Parkinson's disease by methods derived from nonlinear dynamics. Experimental Brain Research, 137, 103-110.
  • Neininger, B. & Pulvermüller, F. 2001: The right hemisphere’s role in action verb processing: A double case study. Neurocase, 7, 103-317.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2001: Connectionist models of language processing. In Baltes, P.B. & Smelser, N.J. (eds.): International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Elsevier: New York.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2001: Imaging language in the brain. In: Amit, D. (ed.):  Frontiers in Neurobiology.  An international handbook.  Volume 5:  Intelligence systems.  Rome:  Encyclopaedia Italiana Press.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2001: How and where are words represented and processed in the brain?  In: Argente, J.A. (ed.): Proceedings of the 1st international workshop on language, brain and verbal behavior. New York: Academic Press.
  • Assadollahi, R., & Pulvermüller, F. 2001. Neural network classification of word evoked neuromagnetic brain activity. In Wermter, S., Austin, J. & Willshaw, D. (Eds.), Lecture notes in Artificial Intelligence: Emergent neurocomputational architectures based on neuroscience (pp. 311-320). Springer: Heidelberg.

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2000

  • Pulvermüller, F. 2000:  Syntactic circuits:  How does the brain create serial order in sentences?  Brain and Language, 71, 194-199.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Härle & Hummel, F. 2000: Neurophysiological distinction of semantic verb categories. NeuroReport, 11, 2789-2793.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Mohr, B., Schleichert, H. & Veit, R. 2000: Operant conditioning of left-hemispheric slow cortical potentials and its effect on word processing.  Biological Psychology, 53, 177-215.
  • Mohr, B., Pulvermüller, F., Cohen, R. & Rockstroh, B. 2000:  Interhemispheric cooperation during word processing: evidence for callosal dysfunction in schizophrenic patients. Schizophrenia Research, 46, 231-239.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 2000:  On distributed cell assemblies, high frequencies, and the significance of EEG/MEG recordings.  In:  Miller, R. (ed.):  Time and the brain.  Harwood Academic Publishers: Amsterdam, 241-249.

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1999

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1999:  Words in the brain's language (Target Article).  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22, 253-279.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1999:  Toward a Cognitive Neuroscience of Language (Response to Commentaries).  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22, 301-336.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1999:  Lexical access as a brain mechanism (Commentary on Levelt).  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22, 50-52.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1999:  Mind the brain, and brain the mind! (Commentary on Clahsen). Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22, 1035-1036.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Keil, A. & Elbert, T. 1999: High-frequency brain activity:  perception or active memory?  Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 3, 250-252.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Preißl, H. & Lutzenberger, W. 1999:  Nouns and verbs in the intact brain: evidence from event-related potentials and high-frequency cortical responses.  Cerebral Cortex, 9, 497-506.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Mohr, B. & Schleichert, H. 1999:  Semantic or lexico-syntactic factors: What determines word-class-specific activity in the human brain?  Neuroscience Letters, 275, 81-84.

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1998

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1998:  On the matter of rules.  Past tense-formation and its relevance for cognitive neuroscience.  Network: Computation in Neural Systems 9 R, 1-52.
  • Mohr, B., Pulvermüller, F. & Schleichert, H. 1998:  Learned changes of brain states alter cognitive processing in humans.  Neuroscience Letters 253, 159-162.
  • Dobel, C., Hauk, O., Zobel, E., Eulitz, C., Pulvermüller, F., Cohen, R., Schönle, P.W., Elbert, T. & Rockstroh, B. 1998:  Monitoring brain activity of human subjects during delayed matching to sample tasks comparing verbal and pictorial stimuli with modal and cross-modal presentation:  an event related potential study employing a source reconstruction method.  Neuroscience Letters 253, 179-182.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1998:  Sprache im Gehirn:  Neurobiologisch überlegungen, psychophysiologische Befunde und psycholinguistische Implikationen.  Colloquia Academica.  Akademievorträge junger Wissenschaftler  N1997.  Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur: Mainz, 7-44.

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1997

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1997:  Aspects of language mechanisms:  a Hebbian perspective.  European Review  5, 23-37.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1997:  Brain-theoretical perspectives on language.  Theoretical Linguistics  23, 281-302.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Birbaumer, N., Lutzenberger, W. & Mohr, B. 1997:  High-frequency cortical activity:  its possible role in attention, gestalt processing and language.  Progress in Neurobiology  52, 427-445.
  • Lutzenberger, W., Preißl, H., Birbaumer, N. & Pulvermüller, F. 1997:  High-frequency cortical responses: do they not exist if they are small?  Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 102, 64-66.
  • Müller, V., Mohr, B., Rosin, R., Pulvermüller, F., Müller, F. & Birbaumer, N. 1997:  Short-term effects of behavioural treatment on movement initiation and postural control in Parkinson's disease: a controlled clinical study.  Movement Disorders  12, 306-314.
  • Preißl, H., Lutzenberger, W., Pulvermüller, F. & Birbaumer, N. 1997:  Fractal dimensions of short EEG time series in humans.  Neuroscience Letters  225, 77-80.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Preißl, H., Lutzenberger, W. & Birbaumer, N. 1997:  Gestalt und Sprache als rhythmische Gehirnprozesse.  In:  Kasten, E., Kreutz, M.R. & Sabel, B.A. (eds.): Jahrbuch der Medizinischen Psychologie 12:  Neuropsychologie in Forschung und Praxis.  Hogrefe: Göttingen, 55-65.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1997:  Psychophysiologie der Wortverarbeitung:  Modelle - Daten - Klinische Perspektive.  Mandl, H. (ed.):  Bericht über den 40. Kongreß der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie in München 1996, Schwerpunktthema Wissen und Handeln, Hogrefe, Verlag für Psychologie: Göttingen, 812-818.

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1996

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1996:  Hebb's concept of cell assemblies and the psychophysiology of word processing.  Psychophysiology 33, 317-333.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Eulitz, C., Pantev, C., Mohr, B., Feige, B., Lutzenberger, W., Elbert, T. & Birbaumer, N. 1996:  High-frequency cortical responses reflect lexical processing:  an MEG study.  Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 98, 76-85.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Lutzenberger, W., Müller, V., Mohr, B., Dichgans, J. & Birbaumer, N. 1996:  P3 and contigent negative variation in Parkinson's disease.  Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 98, 456-467.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Mohr, B. 1996:  Transcortical cell assemblies:  A key to the understanding of cortical lateralization and interhemispheric interaction.  Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 30, 557-566.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Mohr, B. & Preißl, H. 1996:  Biology of language: principles, predictions, and evidence.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19, 643-644.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Mohr, B., Sedat, N., Hadler, B. & Rayman, J. 1996:  Word class specific deficits in Wernicke's aphasia.  Neurocase 2, 203-212.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Preißl, H., Lutzenberger, W. & Birbaumer, N. 1996:  Brain rhythms of language: nouns versus verbs.  European Journal of Neuroscience 8, 937-941.
  • Mohr, B., Pulvermüller, F., Mittelstädt, K. & Rayman, J. 1996:  Multiple simultaneous stimulus presentation facilitates lexical processing.  Neuropsychologia 34, 1003-1013.
  • Mohr, B., Müller, V., Mattes, R., Rosin, R., Federmann, B., Strehl, U., Pulvermüller, F., Müller, F. & Birbaumer, N. 1996:  Behavioral treatment of Parkinson's disease leads to improvement of motor skills and to tremor reduction.  Behavior Therapy 27, 235-255.
  • Montoya, P., Larbig, W., Pulvermüller, F., Flor, H. & Birbaumer, N. 1996:  Cortical correlates of semantic classical conditioning.  Psychophysiology 33, 644-649.
  • Preißl, H., Lutzenberger, W. & Pulvermüller, F. 1996:  Is there chaos in the brain?  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19, 307-308.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1996:  Word processing and representation in the human brain.  Institut d'Estudis Catalans (ed.):  International workshop on language, brain and verbal behavior:  Neurobiological aspects of linguistic capacities and language processing.  Scientific office, Institut d'Estudis Catalans: Barcelona, 63-76.

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1995

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1995:  Agrammatism:  behavioral description and neurobiological explanation.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 7, 165-181.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1995:  What neurobiology can buy language theory.  Studies in Second Language Acquisition 17, 73-77.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1995:  Neurobiologie der Wortverarbeitung.  Naturwissenschaften 82, 279-287.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Lutzenberger, W. & Birbaumer, N. 1995:  Electrocortical distinction of vocabulary types.  Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 94, 357-370.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Lutzenberger, W. Preißl, H. & Birbaumer, N. 1995:  Motor programming in both hemispheres: an EEG study of the human brain.  Neuroscience Letters 189, 5-8.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Lutzenberger, W. Preißl, H. & Birbaumer, N. 1995:  Spectral responses in the gamma-band: physiological signs of higher cognitive processes?  NeuroReport 6, 2059-2064.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Preißl, H. 1995:  Local or transcortical assemblies?  Evidence from cognitive neuroscience (Response to D. Amit).  Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18, 640-641.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Schumann, J.H. 1995:  On the interpretation of earlier recovery of the second language after injection of sodium Amytal in the left middle cerebral artery.  Language Learning 45, 729-73
  • Lutzenberger, W., Preißl, H. & Pulvermüller, F. 1995:  Fractal dimension of EEG time series and underlying brain processes.  Biological Cybernetics 73, 477-482.
  • Lutzenberger, W., Pulvermüller, F., Elbert, T. & Birbaumer, N. 1995:  Visual stimulation alters local 40-Hz responses in humans: an EEG study.  Neuroscience Letters 183, 39-42.
  • Preißl, H., Pulvermüller, F., Lutzenberger, W. & Birbaumer, N. 1995:  Evoked potentials distinguish between nouns and verbs.  Neuroscience Letters 197, 81-83.
  • Romero, B., Pulvermüller, F., Haupt, M. & Kurz, A. 1995:  Pragmatische Sprachstörungen in frühen Stadien der Alzheimer-Krankheit.  Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie 6, 29-42.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Lutzenberger, W., Mohr, B., Preißl, H., Eulitz, C., Pantev, C., Elbert, T. & Birbaumer, N. 1995:  Evoked gamma-band responses in the EEG and MEG. In: Heinze, H.J., Münte, T.F., Scheich, H. & Mangun, G.R. (eds.): Mapping cognition in time and space: combining EEG, MEG with functional imaging. Birkhäuser: Boston.

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1994

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1994:  Why cell assembly ignition should lead to gamma band responses.  Psycoloquy 5 (65), 1-6.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Lutzenberger, W. 1994:  Specific gamma-band depression and linguistic units.  Psycoloquy 5 (68), 1-8.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Preißl, H. 1994:  Explaining aphasias in neuronal terms.  Journal of Neurolinguistics 8, 75-81
  • Pulvermüller, F. Preißl, H., Eulitz, C., Pantev, C., Lutzenberger, W., Elbert, T. & Birbaumer, N. 1994:  Brain rhythms, cell assemblies and cognition:  evidence from the processing of words and pseudowords.  Psycoloquy 5 (48), 1-30.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Preißl, H., Lutzenberger, W. & Birbaumer, N. 1994:  Simple models first.  Psycoloquy 5 (66), 1-4.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Schumann, J.H. 1994:  Neurobiological mechanisms of language acquisition.  Language Learning 44, 681-734.
  • Lutzenberger, W., Pulvermüller, F. & Birbaumer, N. 1994:  Words and pseudowords elicit distinct patterns of 30-Hz EEG responses in humans.  Neuroscience Letters 176, 115-118.
  • Lutzenberger, W., Pulvermüller, F., Elbert, T. & Birbaumer, N. 1994:  Increased gamma-band power: new data against old prejudices.  Psycoloquy 5 (67), 1-9.
  • Mohr, B., Pulvermüller, F., Rayman, J. & Zaidel, E. 1994:  Interhemispheric cooperation during lexical processing is mediated by the corpus callosum: evidence from the split-brain.  Neuroscience Letters 181, 17-21.
  • Mohr, B., Pulvermüller, F. & Zaidel, E. 1994:  Lexical decision after left, right, and bilateral presentation of content words, function words, and non-words: evidence for interhemispheric interaction.  Neuropsychologia 32, 105-124.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1994:  Syntax und Hirnmechanismen: Perspektiven einer multidisziplinären Sprachwissenschaft.  Kognitionswissenschaft 4, 17-31.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1994:  Sprachstörungen im Dialog. Analyse und Therapie.  In: Fritz, G. & Hundsnurscher, F. (eds.): Handbuch der Dialoganalyse. Niemeyer Verlag: Tübingen, 393-409.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Preißl, H., Eulitz, C., Pantev, C., Lutzenberger, W., Elbert, T. & Birbaumer, N. 1994:  Gamma-band responses reflect word/pseudoword processing.  In: Pantev, C., Elbert, T. & Lütkenhöner, B. (eds.):  Oscillatory event-related brain dynamics.  Plenum Press: New York, 243-258.

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1993

  • Pulvermüller, F. & Schönle, P.-W. 1993:  Behavioral and neuronal changes during treatment of mixed transcortical aphasia.  Cognition 48, 139-161.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1993:  On connecting syntax and the brain.  In: Aertsen, A. (ed.):  Brain theory: spatio-temporal aspects of brain function. Elsevier: New York, 131-145.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Braitenberg, V. 1993:  Sprachmechanismen im Gehirn.  In: Hosp, I. (ed.):  Sprachen des Menschen, Sprache der Dinge. Bozner Treffen 1992. Südtiroler Kulturinstitut: Bozen, 47-52.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Roth, V.M. 1993:  Integrative und computerunterstützte Aphasietherapie.  In: Grohnfeldt, M. (ed.): Handbuch der Sprachtherapie. Band VI:  Zentrale Sprach- und Sprechstörungen. Spiess Verlag: Berlin, 230-250.

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1992

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1992:  Constituents of a neurological theory of language.  Concepts in Neuroscience 3, 157-200.
  • Braitenberg, V. & Pulvermüller, F. 1992:  Entwurf einer neurologischen Theorie der Sprache.  Naturwissenschaften 79, 103-117.
  • Pulvermüller, F., Roth, V.M. & Schönle, P.-W. 1992:  Neue Wege der Sprachtherapie.  Nervenarzt 63, 137-142.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1992:  Bausteine einer neurologisch-linguistischen Theorie.  In: Rickheit, G., Mellies, R. & Winnecken, A. (eds.):  Linguistische Aspekte der Sprachtherapie: Forschung und Intervention bei Sprachstörungen. Westdeutscher Verlag: Opladen, 21-48.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Roth, V.M. 1992:  Sprachtherapeutischer Einsatz des Mikrocomputers.  In: Roth, V.M. (ed.):  Computer in der Sprachtherapie.  Gunter Narr: Tübingen, 139-149.

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1991

  • Pulvermüller, F. & Preißl, H. 1991: A cell assembly model of language.  Network: Computation in Neural Systems 2, 455-468.
  • Pulvermüller, F. & Roth, V.M. 1991:  Communicative aphasia treatment as a further development of PACE-therapy.  Aphasiology 5, 39-50.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1991:  Beschreibung kommunikativer Fähigkeiten bei schwerer Aphasie.  In: Stati, S., Weigand, E. & Hundsnurscher, F. (eds.):  Dialoganalyse 3. Niemeyer Verlag: Tübingen, 431-445.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1991:  Kommunikative Aphasietherapie in der Gruppe.  In: Koerner, A. & Simons, B. (eds.):  Gruppentherapie in der Klinischen Linguistik. Peter Lang Verlag: Frankfurt, 61-72.

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1990

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1990:  Analyse aphasischer Kommunikation.  In: Ehlich, K., Koerfer, A., Redder, A. & Weingarten, R. (eds.):  Medizinische und therapeutische Kommunikation. Diskursanalytische Untersuchungen. Westdeutscher Verlag: Opladen, 292-308.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1990:  Untersuchung kommunikativer Fähigkeiten bei Patienten mit neuropsychologischen Defiziten.  In: Mellies, R., Ostermann, F. & Winnecken, A. (eds.):  Beiträge zur interdisziplinären Aphasieforschung. Gunter Narr Verlag: Tübingen, 55-86.
  • Romero, B., Kurz, A., Haupt, M., Zimmer, R., Lauter, H., Pulvermüller, F. & Roth, V.M. 1990:  Diagnostic significance of language evaluation in early stages of Alzheimer's disease.  In: Maurer K., Riederer, P. & Beckmann, H. (eds.):  Alzheimer's Disease. Epidemiology, Neuropathology, Neurochemistry, and Clinics. Vienna, 393-399.
  • Roth, V.M. & Pulvermüller, F. 1990:  Sprach-Training für Aphasiker mit Computer-Hilfe. Eine Wegbeschreibung verstehen. In: Spillner, B. (ed.):  Sprache und Politik. Gunter Narr Verlag: Tübingen, 273-278.

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1987 - 1989

  • Pulvermüller, F. 1987:  Kommunikative Therapie der Broca Aphasie.  Sprache-Stimme-Gehör 11, 115-118.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1987:  Kommunikative Aphasietherapie. Ein Beispiel.  In: Kühlwein, W. (ed.):  Perspektiven der Angewandten Linguistik. Forschungsfelder. Kongressbeiträge zur 16. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik, GAL e.V. Gunter Narr Verlag, Tübingen, 125-131.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1988:  Kommunikative Aphasietherapie mit Sprachübungsspielen.  Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete 1 (Nr. 1), 17-43.
  • Pulvermüller, F. 1988:  Aphasiker verstehen - Zur Analyse aphasischer Kommunikation. In: Spillner, B. (ed.): Angewandte Linguistik und Computer. Kongressbeiträge zur 18. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik, GAL e.V. Gunter Narr Verlag: Tübingen, 220-221.
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