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Männel, Claudia 1973- ISNI German National Library

Claudia Männel Wikidata

VIAF ID: 103718870 (Personal)

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Accentuate or repeat? Brain signatures of developmental periods in infant word recognition. Wikidata
Auditory perception at the root of language learning. Wikidata
Characterizing the morphosyntactic processing deficit and its relationship to phonology in developmental dyslexia. Wikidata
Developmental changes in automatic rule-learning mechanisms across early childhood Wikidata
Facial speech gestures: the relation between visual speech processing, phonological awareness, and developmental dyslexia in 10-year-olds. Wikidata
Intonational phrase structure processing at different stages of syntax acquisition: ERP studies in 2-, 3-, and 6-year-old children. Wikidata
The naïve language expert: introduction to the research topic Wikidata
Neural correlates of prosodic boundary perception in German preschoolers: If pause is present, pitch can go. Wikidata
Pauses and intonational phrasing: ERP studies in 5-month-old German infants and adults. Wikidata
Present and past: Can writing abilities in school children be associated with their auditory discrimination capacities in infancy? Wikidata
Prosodic processing during language acquisition: electrophysiological studies on intonational phrase processing German National Library
The role of pause as a prosodic boundary marker: language ERP studies in German 3- and 6-year-olds. Wikidata
Working-memory endophenotype and dyslexia-associated genetic variant predict dyslexia phenotype. Wikidata

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