Susanne Reiterer, publications

Journal

articles

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Hu X, Erb M, Ackermann H, Martin JA, Grodd W, Reiterer SM (2010) Voxel-Based Morphometry Studies of Personality: Issue of Statistical Model Specification - Effect of Nuisance Covariates. NeuroImage :in press .

 

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Reiterer S, Pereda E, Bhattacharya J. (2009) Measuring second language proficiency with EEG synchronization: How functional cortical networks and hemispheric involvement differ as a function of proficiency level in second language speakers. Second Language Research 25(1) :77-106.

 

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Reiterer Susanne. (2010) The Cognitive Neuroscience of Second Language Acquisition and Bilingualism. Factors that matter in L2 acquisition: a neuro-imaging perspective. In Kail, M., Fayol, M. & Hickmann, M. (eds.). Language acquisition acrosslinguistic and cognitive systems. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 307–321.

 

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Reiterer S, Erb M, Grodd W, Wildgruber D. (2008) Cerebral Processing of Timbre and Loudness: fMRI Evidence for a Contribution of Broca’s Area to Basic Auditory Discrimination. Brain Imaging and Behavior: 2(1) :1-10.

 

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Ethofer T., Anders S., Erb M., Droll C., Royen L., Saur R., Reiterer S., Grodd W., Wildgruber D. (2006) Impact of Voice on Emotional Judgement of Faces: An event-related fMRI study. Human Brain Mapping 27(9):707-714.

 

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Reiterer S., Hemmelmann C., Rappelsberger P., Berger M.L. (2005) Characteristic functional networks in high- versus low-proficiency second language speakers detected also during native language processing: An explorative EEG coherence study in 6 frequency bands. Cognitive Brain Research 25: 566-578.

 

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Reiterer S., Berger M.L., Hemmelmann C., Rappelsberger, P. (2005) Decreased EEG coherence between prefrontal electrodes: a correlate of high language proficiency? Experimental Brain Research 163: 109-113.

 

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Reiterer S.M., Erb M., Droll C.D., Anders S., Ethofer T., Grodd W., Wildgruber D. (2005) Impact of task difficulty on lateralization of pitch and duration discrimination. NeuroReport 16: 239-242.

 

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Hemmelmann C., Horn M., Reiterer S., Schack B., Süsse T., Weiss S. (2004) Multivariate tests for the evaluation of high-dimensional EEG data. J. Neuroscience Methods 139: 111-120.

edited books

 

 

 

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Dogil, Grzegorz and Reiterer Susanne (2009) “Language Talent and Brain Activity”. Trends in Applied Linguistics 1, Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin-New York

 

Table of Contents (look inside)

bookchapters

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Reiterer, S. (2009). Brain and Language Talent: A Synopsis. In: Dogil, G. & Reiterer, S. (eds.)  Language Talent and Brain Activity. Trends in applied linguistics 1, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin-New York: in press.

 

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Rota, Giuseppina and Reiterer, Susanne (2009). Cognitive aspects of pronunciation talent: how empathy, mental flexibility, working memory and intelligence interact with phonetic talent. In: Dogil, G. & Reiterer, S. (eds.) Language

Talent and Brain Activity. Trends in applied linguistics 1, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin-New York: in press.

 

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Nardo, Davide and Reiterer, Susanne (2009). Musicality and phonetic language aptitude. In: Dogil, G. & Reiterer, S. (eds.) Language Talent and Brain Activity. Trends in applied linguistics 1, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin-New York: in press.

 

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Hu, Xiaochen and Reiterer, Susanne (2009). Personality and pronunciation talent in second language acquisition. In: Dogil, G. & Reiterer, S. (eds.)  Language Talent and Brain Activity. Trends in applied linguistics 1, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin-New York: in press.

conference proceedings papers (refereed)

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Jilka, M; Rota G; Reiterer S. (2009). Exploring different manifestations of phonetic talent in second language performance. GURT, Georgetown University Round Table Discussions. Conference on “Implicit & explicit conditions, processes, and knowledge in Second Language Acquisition (SLA) & Bilingualism”.  Georgetown University Press, U.S.A.

 

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Jilka, M., Anufryk, V., Baumotte, H., Lewandowski, N., Rota, G. & Reiterer, S. (2008): Assessing Individual Talent in Second Language Production and Perception. In: Rauber, A. S., Watkins, M. A. & Baptista, B. O. (eds): New Sounds 2007: Proceedings of the 5thInternational Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech. Florianópolis (Brazil): Federal University of Santa Catarina, pp. 243-258.

 

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Natalie Lewandowski, Matthias Jilka, Giuseppina Rota, Susanne Reiterer and Grzegorz Dogil, (2008). Phonetic Convergence as a Paradigm of Showing Phonetic Talent in Foreign Language. In H. Zimmer, C. Frings, A. Mecklinger, B. Opitz, M. Pospeschill and D. Wentura (Eds.): Cognitive Science 2007. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Society of Germany, Saarbrücken. p.44-50.

 

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Baumotte, H., Lenz, M., Dogil, G. & Reiterer, S. (2007): Coarticulatory resistance as a basis for a foreign accent: V-to-V coarticulation in German VCV-sequences: A pilot study. In: Van Daele, S., Housen, A., Kuiken, F., Pierrard, M. & Vedder, I. (eds): Complexity, Accuracy and Fluency in Second Language Use, Learning & Teaching. Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van Belgie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten. Wetteren: Universa Press, pp. 11-25.

 

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Jilka, M., Baumotte, H., Lewandowski, N., Reiterer, S.,

Rota G (2007): Introducing a comprehensive approach to assessing pronunciation talent. Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS). Saarbrücken (Germany), 1737-1740.

Abstracts and Posters

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Reiterer S; Hu X; Erb M; Rota G; Jilka, M; Grodd W* & Ackermann H* (2009). Second language pronunciation "talent": Individual differences between good and poor "pronouncers" of foreign language during speech production. An fMRI investigation”, presented at the 15th Annual Meeting of “Human Brain Mapping” Organization, San Francisco, USA, June 18 - 23, 2009.

 

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Hu X; Ackermann H; Erb M; Grodd W & Reiterer S. (2009). Mapping Brain Structure and Personality in an Adult Sample of Second Language Pronunciation Talent”, to be presented at the 15th Annual Meeting of “Human Brain Mapping” Organization, San Francisco, USA, June 18 - 23, 2009.

 

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Jilka M, Rota G, Reiterer S. Assessing phonetic talent in second language per-formance: The relationship between perception abilities in the native and the second language and production. J Acoust Soc Am. 2009 Apr; 125(4):2755.

 

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Reiterer S; Hu X; Nardo D; Erb M; Jilka M; Grodd W & Ackermann H. (2009) "Neuronal correlates of pronunciation talent in a speech imitation task: a magnetic resonance imaging study". Presented at Frontier Science Conference for Young Researchers “Social Cognitive Neuroscience”, organized by the European Science Foundation (ESF). Maratea, Italy, 27.2.-4.3.2009.

 

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Mang SC,  Reiterer S, Grodd W, Klose U. (2009) “DTI-Based Thalamus Segmentation - A Group Study”. To be presented at the 11th World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Munich, Germany. 7-12.9.2009.

 

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Reiterer S; Pereda E; Bhattacharya J. (2008) “On possible relationship between linguistic expertise and gamma band phase synchronization as revealed by EEG: an exploratory study”. Presented at the Ghent Workshop of Bilingualism (functional and neural perspectives), University of Ghent, Belgium, 18-20.9.2008.

 

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Reiterer S, Pereda E, Bhattacharya J. (2006) “Human EEG Gamma Synchronization in bilinguals: individual differences revealed by high frequency EEG”, Human Brain Mapping Conference, Florence, ITALY.

 

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Reiterer S, Erb M., Ethofer T, Anders S, Droll C, Grodd W, Wildgruber D. (2005) Discrimination of sound quality and volume: Differences and commonalities in fMRI Activation. Human Brain Mapping Conference, Toronto, CANADA.

 

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Reiterer S., Erb M., Droll C., Anders S., Ethofer T., Grodd W., Wildgruber D. (2004) Common patterns for the processing of time and frequency information. New evidence from fMRI. Abstract, Human Brain Mapping Conference Budapest. NeuroImage 22-S1, TU 290.

 

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Reiterer S., Erb M., Droll C., Anders S., Ethofer T., Grodd W., Wildgruber D. (2004) Cerebrale Verarbeitung akustischer Signale: Diskrimination von Tondauer- und Tonhöhenunterschieden. Abstract, 77, Aktuelle Neurologie 31 (S1): P 439.

 

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Wildgruber D., Ethofer T., Droll C., Reiterer S., Anders S., Grodd W. (2004) Cerebral responses related to expressiveness of non-verbal emotional signals. Abstract, Human Brain Mapping Conference Budapest. NeuroImage 22-S1, MO 243.

 

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Ethofer T., Anders S., Erb M., Reiterer S., Droll C., Grodd W., Wildgruber D. (2004) Integration of emotional information in voice and face. Abstract, Human Brain Mapping Conference Budapest. NeuroImage 22-S1, MO 174.

 

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Anders, S.; Reiterer, S.; Ethofer, T.; Lotze, M.; Birbaumer, N.; Grodd, W.; Wildgruber, D. (2004) Dissoziation kortikaler und subkortikaler Verarbeitung eines aversiven visuellen Stimulus bei partieller Rindenblindheit. Abstract, Aktuelle Neurologie 31(S1): V40.

 

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Reiterer S., Rappelsberger P. (2001) EEG-Coherence Analysis and Foreign Language Processing. Abstract, Human Brain Mapping Conference Brighton. NeuroImage 13 (6/2) : 592 .

 

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Reiterer, S. & Rappelsberger, P. (2001) Foreign Language Learning measured by EEG Coherence Analysis. Brain Topography 13/4: 323.

working papers

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Reiterer S. (2002) Neurocognition of Bilingualism: High proficiency level of English language students is reflected by their brain activity. Vienna English Working Papers  [VIEWZ], Vol.11(2) , pp 27 – 52.

 

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Reiterer S. (1999) Brain activity during foreign language processing: comparing students of English and students of other disciplines. Vienna English Working Papers [VIEWZ], Vol.8(2),  pp 72 – 85.

monographs 

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Reiterer S. (2002) EEG-Coherence Analysis and Foreign Language Processing. Differences between Language Students (English) and Students of other Disciplines during  the Processing of Natural Language Stimuli in British English, American English and German. Ph.D. thesis, University of Vienna, Faculty of Human and Social Sciences. Biological Psychology. (10 MB download). verbal-Newsletter 2/2002 - 12-

 

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Reiterer S. (1995) The Brain and Sensory Systems in Second Language Acquisition Research. Individual differences in learning styles, modality preferences and hemisphericity within the context of English as a second language. An interdisciplinary approach. Master’s thesis, University of Vienna, Faculty of Philosophy. English Linguistics