Developmental Psychology

Prof. Dr. Claudia Friedrich

Kessler, R., Weber, A. & Friedrich, C. K. (2020). Activation of literal word meanings in idioms: Evidence from eye tracking and ERP experiments. Language and Speech. 0023830920943625.

Kóbor, A., Honbolygó, F., Becker, A. B. C., Schild, U., Csépe, V. & Friedrich, C. K. (2018). ERP evidence for implicit L2 word stress knowledge in listeners of a fixed-stress language. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 128, 100-110.

Schild, U., & Friedrich, C. K. (2018). What determines the speed of speech recognition? Evidence from congenitally blind adults. Neuropsychologia, 112, 116-124.

Teickner, C., Becker, A. B., Schild, U. & Friedrich C. K. (2017). Functional parallelism of
detailed and rough speech processing at the end of infancy. Infancy, Online first October: 1-24.

Becker A., Schild U. & Friedrich C. K. (2017). Tracking independence and merging of prosodic and phonemic processing across infancy. Developmental Science, Online first February: 1–12.

Nuerk, H.-C., Patro, K., Cress, U., Schild, U., Friedrich, C. K., & Göbel, S.M. (2015). How space-number associations may be created in preliterate children: six distinct mechanisms. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:215.

Schild, U., Teickner, C., & Friedrich, C. K. (2014). Processing of co-articulated PLACE information in lexical access. Cognitive Processing, 15(1): S64-65.

Schild, U., Becker, A., & Friedrich, C. K. (2014). Phoneme-free prosodic representations are involved in pre-lexical and lexical neurobiological mechanism underlying spoken word processing. Brain and Language, 136:31–43.

Schild, U., Becker, A., & Friedrich, C. K. (2014). Processing of syllable stress is functionally different from phoneme processing and does not profit from literacy acquisition. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:530.

Becker, A., Schild, U., & Friedrich, C. K. (2014). ERP correlates of word onset priming in infants and young children, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 9, 44-55.

Friedrich, C. K., Felder, V., Lahiri, A., & Eulitz, C. (2013). Activation of words with phonological overlap. Frontiers in Psychology, 4:556.

Schild, U., Röder, B., & Friedrich, C. K. (2012). Neuronal spoken word recognition: The time course of processing variation in the speech signal. Language and Cognitive Processes, 27, 159‐183.

Schild, U., Röder, B., & Friedrich, C. K. (2011). Learning to read shapes neural speech recognition. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 1, 163-174.

Friedrich, C. K., Schild, U. & Röder, B. (2009). Electrophysiological indices of word fragment priming allow characterizing neuronal stages of speech recognition. Biological Psychology, 80, 105-113.

Hötting, K., Friedrich, C .K., & Röder, B. (2009). Neural correlates of crossmodally induced changes in tactile awareness. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21, 2445-2461.

Friedrich, C. K., Eulitz, C. & Lahiri, A. (2008). Neurophysiological evidence for underspecified representations: Asymmetries with word initial variations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 34, 1545-1559.

Lüdtke, J., Friedrich, C. K., de Fillippis, M., & Kaup, B. (2008). ERP correlates of negation in a sentence-picture-verification paradigm. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 8, 1355-1370.

Friedrich, C. K., & Kotz, S.A. (2007). ERP evidence of form and meaning coding during online speech recognition. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19, 594-604.

Friedrich, C. K., Eulitz, C. & Lahiri, A. (2006). Not every pseudoword disrupts word recognition: An ERP study. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 2: 36.

Friedrich, C. K. (2005). Neurophysiological correlates of mismatch in lexical access. BMC Neuroscience, 6: 64.

Friedrich, C. K., Kotz, S.A. & Alter, K. (2004). Pitch modulates ERPs and behavioral responses in cross-modal word fragment priming. Cognitive Brain Research, 20, 300-308.

Friedrich, C. K., Kotz, S.A., Friederici, A.D. & Gunter, T.C. (2004). ERP correlates of lexical identification in word fragment priming. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16, 541-552.

Friedrich, C. K., Alter, K. & Kotz, S.A. (2001). An eletrophysiological response to different pitch contours in words. Neuroreport, 12, 3189-3191.

Ph.D. Thesis: Friedrich, C. K. (2003). Prosody and spoken word recognition: Behavioral and ERP correlates. MPI Series in Cognitive Neuroscience, Band 36. Leipzig: Max Plank Institut für neuropsychologische Forschung.