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Literaturliste von Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Alexandra Bendixen

letzte Aktualisierung: 20.11.2023

Coy, N., Bendixen, A., Grimm, S., Roeber, U. & Schröger, E. (2023). Deviants violating higher-order auditory regularities can become predictive and facilitate behaviour. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 85(8), 2731-2750.

Coy, N., Bendixen, A., Grimm, S., Roeber, U. & Schröger, E. (2022). Is the oddball just an odd-one-out? The predictive value of rule-violating events. Auditory Perception & Cognition, 5(3-4), 169-191.

Grenzebach, J., Wegner, T. G.G., Einhäuser, W. & Bendixen, A. (2021). Pupillometry in auditory multistability. PLoS ONE, 16(6), No. e0252370.

Neubert, C. R., Förstel, A. P., Debener, S. & Bendixen, A. (2021). Predictability-based source segregation and sensory deviance detection in auditory aging. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 15, No. 734231.

Wegner, T. G.G., Grenzebach, J., Bendixen, A. & Einhäuser, W. (2021). Parameter dependence in visual pattern-component rivalry at onset and during prolonged viewing. Vision Research, 182, 69-88.

Einhäuser, W., da Silva, L. F. O. & Bendixen, A. (2020). Intraindividual consistency between auditory and visual multistability. Perception, 49(2), 119-138.

Stuckenberg, M. V., Nayak, C. V., Meyer, B. T., Völker, C., Hohmann, V. & Bendixen, A. (2019). Age effects on concurrent speech segregation by onset asynchrony. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 62(1), 177-189.

Gandras, K., Grimm, S. & Bendixen, A. (2018). Electrophysiological correlates of speaker segregation and foreground-background selection in ambiguous listening situations. Neuroscience, 389, 19-29.

Thomassen, S. & Bendixen, A. (2018). Assessing the background decomposition of a complex auditory scene with event-related brain potentials. Hearing Research, 370, 120-129.

Bendixen, A. & Schröger, E. (2017). Auditive Informationsverarbeitung. In J. Müsseler & M. Rieger (Hrsg.), Allgemeine Psychologie (S. 51-73). Berlin: Springer.

Einhaeuser, W., Methfessel, P. & Bendixen, A. (2017). Newly acquired audio-visual associations bias perception in binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 121-129.

Einhaeuser, W., Thomassen, S. & Bendixen, A. (2017). Using binocular rivalry to tag foreground sounds: Towards an objective visual measure for auditory multistability. Journal of Vision, 17(1).

Thomassen, S. & Bendixen, A. (2017). Subjective perceptual organization of a complex auditory scene. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 141(1), 265-276.

Kocsis, Z., Winkler, I., Bendixen, A. & Alain, C. (2016). Promoting the perception of two and three concurrent sound objects: An event-related potential study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 107, 16-28.

Scharinger, M., Bendixen, A., Herrmann, B., Henry, M. J., Mildner, T. & Obleser, J. (2016). Predictions interact with missing sensory evidence in semantic processing areas. Human Brain Mapping, 37(2), 704-716.

Bauer, A.- K.- R., Jaeger, M., Thorne, J. D., Bendixen, A. & Debener, S. (2015). The auditory dynamic attending theory revisited: A closer look at the pitch comparison task. Brain Research, 1626, 198-210.

Bendixen, A., Duwe, S. & Reiche, M. (2015). Noise occlusion in discrete tone sequences as a tool towards auditory predictive processing? Brain Research, 1626, 97-107.

Bendixen, A., Háden, G. P., Németh, R., Farkas, D., Török, M. & Winkler, I. (2015). Newborn infants detect cues of concurrent sound segregation. Developmental Neuroscience, 37(2), 172-181.

Bendixen, A., Kotz, S. A. & Schwartze, M. (2015). Temporal dynamics of contingency extraction from tonal and verbal auditory sequences. Brain and Language, 148, 64-73.

Cornella, M., Bendixen, A., Grimm, S., Leung, S., Schröger, E. & Escera, C. (2015). Spatial auditory regularity encoding and prediction: Human middle-latency and long-latency auditory evoked potentials. Brain Research, 1626, 21-30.

Bendixen, A. (2014). Predictability effects in auditory scene analysis: A review. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 8, No. 60.

Bendixen, A., Denham, S. L. & Winkler, I. (2014). Feature Predictability Flexibly Supports Auditory Stream Segregation or Integration. Acta Acustica united with Acustica, 100(5), 888-899.

Bendixen, A., Scharinger, M., Strauss, A. & Obleser, J. (2014). Prediction in the service of comprehension: Modulated early brain responses to omitted speech segments. Cortex, 9-26.

Denham, S., Bõhm, T. M., Bendixen, A., Szalárdy, O., Kocsis, Z., Mill, R. & Winkler, I. (2014). Stable individual characteristics in the perception of multiple embedded patterns in multistable auditory stimuli. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 8, No. 25.

Kocsis, Z., Winkler, I., Szalardy, O. & Bendixen, A. (2014). Effects of multiple congruent cues on concurrent sound segregation during passive and active listening: An event-related potential (ERP) study. Biological Psychology, 20-33.

Puschmann, S., Thiel, C. M., Sandmann, P. & Bendixen, A. (2014). Age-related hearing loss increases cross-modal distractibility. Hearing Research, 28-36.

Schröger, E., Bendixen, A., Denham, S. L., Mill, R. W., Böhm, T. M. & Winkler, I. (2014). Predictive regularity representations in violation detection and auditory stream segregation: From conceptual to computational models. Brain Topography, 27(4), 565-577.

Shestopalova, L., Böhm, T. M., Bendixen, A., Andreou, A. G., Georgiou, J., Garreau, G., Hajdu, B., Denham, S. L. & Winkler, I. (2014). Do audio-visual motion cues promote segregation of auditory streams? Frontiers in Neuroscience, 8, No. 64.

Spielmann, M. I., Schroeger, E., Bendixen, A. & Kotz, S. A. (2014). Attention effects on auditory scene analysis: insights from event-related brain potentials. Psychological Research, 78(3), 361-378.

Szalardy, O., Boehm, T. M., Winkler, I., Bendixen, A., Davies, L. A. & Denham, S. L. (2014). The effects of rhythm and melody on auditory stream segregation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 135(3), 1392-1405.

Tavano, A., Widmann, A., Bendixen, A., Schroeger, E. & Trujillo-Barreto, N. (2014). Temporal regularity facilitates higher-order sensory predictions in fast auditory sequences. European Journal of Neuroscience, 39(2), 308-318.

Bendixen, A., Böhm, T. M., Szalárdy, O., Mill, R., Denham, S. L. & Winkler, I. (2013). Different roles of similarity and predictability in auditory stream segregation. Learning and Perception, 5, 37-54.

Bendixen, A., Denham, S. L. & Winkler, I. (2013). Sound predictability as a higher-order cue in auditory scene analysis. In AIA-DAGA 2013, International Conference on Acoustics (pp. 705-708). Berlin: DEGA.

Bendixen, A. & Andersen, S. K. (2013). Measuring target detection performance in paradigms with high event rates. Clinical Neurophysiology, 124(5), 928-940.

Böhm, T. M., Shestopalova, L., Bendixen, A., Andreou, A. G., Georgiou, J., Garreau, G., Pouliquen, P., Cassidy, A., Denham, S. L. & Winkler, I. (2013). The role of perceived source l in auditory stream segregation: Separation affects sound organization, common fate does not. Learning and Perception, 5, 55-72.

Mill, R. W., Böhm, T. M., Bendixen, A., Winkler, I. & Denham, S. L. (2013). Modelling the emergence and dynamics of perceptual organisation in auditory streaming. PLoS Computational Biology, 9(3), e1002925.

Reiche, M., Hartwigsen, G., Widmann, A., Saur, D., Schröger, E. & Bendixen, A. (2013). Involuntary attentional capture by speech and non-speech deviations: A combined behavioral-event-related potential study. Brain Research, 1490, 153-160.

SanMiguel, I., Widmann, A., Bendixen, A., Trujillo-Barreto, N. & Schröger, E. (2013). Hearing silences: Human auditory processing relies on preactivation of sound-specific brain activity patterns. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(20), 8633-8639.

Schröger, E., SanMiguel, I. & Bendixen, A. (2013). Prädiktive Modellierung in der auditiven Wahrnehmung. In E. Schröger & S. Koelsch (Hrsg.), Affektive und Kognitive Neurowissenschaft (S. 11-45). Hogrefe.

Spielmann, M., Schröger, E., Kotz, S. A., Pechmann, T. & Bendixen, A. (2013). Using a staircase procedure for the objective measurement of auditory stream integration and segregation thresholds. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 4, No. 534.

Szalárdy, O., Bendixen, A., Tóth, D., Denham, S. L. & Winkler, I. (2013). Modulation frequency acts as a primary cue for auditory stream segregation. Learning and Perception, 5, 149-161.

Szalardy, O., Böhm, T. M., Bendixen, A. & Winkler, I. (2013). Event-related potential correlates of sound organization: Early sensory and late cognitive effects. Biological Psychology, 93(1), 97-104.

Szalardy, O., Winkler, I., Schröger, E., Widmann, A. & Bendixen, A. (2013). Foreground-background discrimination indicated by event-related brain potentials in a new auditory multistability paradigm. Psychophysiology, 50(12), 1239-1250.

Bendixen, A., SanMiguel, I. & Schröger, E. (2012). Early electrophysiological indicators for predictive processing in audition: A review. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 83, 120-131.

Bendixen, A., Schröger, E., Ritter, W. & Winkler, I. (2012). Regularity extraction from non-adjacent sounds. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 3, No. 143.

Denham, S., Bendixen, A., Mill, R., Toth, D., Wennekers, T., Coath, M., Böhm, T., Szalardy, O. & Winkler, I. (2012). Characterising switching behaviour in perceptual multi-stability. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 210(1), 79-92.

Horvath, J. & Bendixen, A. (2012). Preventing distraction by probabilistic cueing. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 83(3), 342-347.

Rimmele, J., Schröger, E. & Bendixen, A. (2012). Age-related changes in the use of regular patterns for auditory scene analysis. Hearing Research, 289(1-2), 98-107.

Scharinger, M., Bendixen, A., Trujillo-Barreto, N. J. & Obleser, J. (2012). A sparse neural code for some speech sounds but not for others. PLoS ONE, 7(7), No. e40953.

Weise, A., Bendixen, A., Müller, D. & Schröger, E. (2012). Which kind of transition is important for sound representation? An event-related potential study. Brain Research, 1464, 30-42.

Weise, A., Schröger, E. & Bendixen, A. (2012). The processing of concurrent sounds based on inharmonicity and asynchronous onsets: An object-related negativity (ORN) study. Brain Research, 73-81.

Winkler, I., Böhm, T. M., Mill, R. W., Bendixen, A. & Denham, S. L. (2012). Modeling auditory stream segregation by predictive processes. In 3rd International Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications (CogInfoCom) (pp. 479-483). Koice, Slovakia: IEEE.

Winkler, I., Denham, S., Mill, R., Bohm, T. M. & Bendixen, A. (2012). Multistability in auditory stream segregation: A predictive coding view. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 367(1591), 1001-1012.

Georgiou, J., Pouliquen, P., Cassidy, A., Garreau, G., Andreou, C., Stuarts, G., d'Urbal, C., Andreou, A. G., Denham, S. L., Wennekers, T., Mill, R., Winkler, I., Böhm, T. M., Szalárdy, O., Klump, G. M., Jones, S. J. & Bendixen, A. (2011). A multimodal-corpus data collection system for cognitive acoustic scene analysis. In IEEE (Ed.), 45th annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS 2011); 23-25 March, 2011, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (pp. 37-42). Piscataway: IEEE.

Mill, R., Böhm, T. M., Bendixen, A., Winkler, I. & Denham, S. L. (2011). CHAINS: Competition and cooperation between fragmentary event predictors in a model of auditory scene analysis. In IEEE (Ed.), 45th annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems (CISS 2011); 23-25 March, 2011, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (pp. 1-6). Piscataway: IEEE.

Bendixen, A. (2010). Using electrophysiology to study unconscious memory representations. In I. Winkler & I. Czigler (Eds.), Unconscious memory representations in perception: Processes and mechanisms in the brain (pp. 259-271). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bendixen, A., Denham, S. L., Gyimesi, K. & Winkler, I. (2010). Regular patterns stabilize auditory streams. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 128(6), 3658-3666.

Bendixen, A., Grimm, S., Deouell, L. Y., Wetzel, N., Mädebach, A. & Schröger, E. (2010). The time-course of auditory and visual distraction effects in a new crossmodal paradigm. Neuropsychologia, 48(7), 2130-2139.

Bendixen, A., Jones, S. J., Klump, G. & Winkler, I. (2010). Probability dependence and functional separation of the object-related and mismatch negativity event-related potential components. NeuroImage, 50(1), 285-290.

Bubic, A., Bendixen, A., Schubotz, R. I., Jacobsen, T. & Schröger, E. (2010). Differences in processing violations of sequential and feature regularities as revealed by visual event-related brain potentials. Brain Research, 192-202.

Sandmann, P., Kegel, A., Eichele, T., Dillier, N., Lai, W., Bendixen, A., Debener, S., Jancke, L. & Meyer, M. (2010). Neurophysiological evidence of impaired musical sound perception in cochlear-implant users. Clinical Neurophysiology, 121(12), 2070-2082.

Bendixen, A. (2009). Detecting regular relations in the environment: On the extraction and application of rules in dynamic tone sequences. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag.

Bendixen, A., Schröger, E. & István Winkler (2009). I heard that coming: Event-related potential evidence for stimulus-driven prediction in the auditory system. Journal of Neuroscience, 29(26), 8447-8451.

Grimm, S., Bendixen, A., Deouell, L. Y. & Schröger, E. (2009). Distraction in a visual multi-deviant paradigm: Behavioral and event-related potential effects. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 72(3), 260-266.

Saupe, K., Widmann, A., Bendixen, A., Müller, M. M. & Schröger, E. (2009). Effects of intermodal attention on the auditory steady-state response and the event-related potential. Psychophysiology, 46(2), 321-327.

Bendixen, A. (2008). Detecting regular relations in the environment: On the extraction and application of rules in dynamic tone sequences. Dissertation, Universität, Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie und Psychologie, Leipzig.

Bendixen, A., Prinz, W., Harváth, J., Trujillo-Barreto, N. J. & Schröger, E. (2008). Rapid extraction of auditory feature contingencies. NeuroImage, 41(3), 1111-1119.

Bendixen, A. & Schröger, E. (2008). Memory trace formation for abstract auditory features and its consequences in different attentional contexts. Biological Psychology, 78(3), 231-241.

Grimm, S., Schröger, E., Bendixen, A., Bäß, P., Roye, A. & Deouell, L. Y. (2008). Optimizing the auditory distraction paradigm: Behavioral and event-related potential effects in a lateralized multi-deviant approach. Clinical Neurophysiology, 119(4), 934-947.

Horvath, J., Roeber, U., Bendixen, A. & Schröger, E. (2008). Specific or general? The nature of attention set changes triggered by distracting auditory events. Brain Research, 1229, 193-203.

Horváth, J., Winkler, I. & Bendixen, A. (2008). Do N1/MMN, P3a, and RON form a strongly coupled chain reflecting the three stages of auditory distraction? Biological Psychology, 79(2), 139-147.

Bendixen, A., Roeber, U. & Schröger, E. (2007). Regularity extraction and application in dynamic auditory stimulus sequences. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19(10), 1664-1677.

Schröger, E., Bendixen, A., Trujillo-Barreto, N. J. & Roeber, U. (2007). Processing of abstract rule violations in audition. PLoS One, 2(11), e1131.

Bendixen, A., Grimm, S. & Schröger, E. (2006). The relation between onset, offset, and duration perception as examined by psychophysical data and event-related brain potentials. Journal of Psychophysiology, 20(1), 40-51.

Bendixen, A., Grimm, S. & Schröger, E. (2005). Human auditory event-related potentials predict duration judgments. Neuroscience Letters, 383(3), 284-288.

weitere Schriften:

Bendixen, A. (2005). Zeitverarbeitung im auditiven System: Von der Wahrnehmungsdauer zur Dauerwahrnehmung? Unveröffentlichte Diplomarbeit, Universität Leipzig.

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