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    1. Naumann, A; Bierbrauer, J; Przuntek, H; Daum, I
      Attentive and preattentive processing in narcolepsy as revealed by event-related potentials (ERPs)

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Daum, I; Snitz, BE; Ackermann, H
      Neuropsychological deficits in cerebellar syndromes

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY
    3. Breitenstein, C; Van Lancker, D; Daum, I; Waters, CH
      Impaired perception of vocal emotions in Parkinson's disease: Influence ofspeech time processing and executive functioning

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    4. Breitenstein, C; Van Lancker, D; Daum, I
      The contribution of speech rate and pitch variation to the perception of vocal emotions in a German and an American sample

      COGNITION & EMOTION
    5. Burk, S; Bosch, S; Globas, C; Zuhlke, C; Daum, I; Klockgether, T; Dichgans, J
      Executive dysfunction in spinocerebellar ataxia type 1

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    6. Kotchoubey, B; Haisst, S; Daum, I; Schugens, M; Birbaumer, N
      Learning and self-regulation of slow cortical potentials in older adults

      EXPERIMENTAL AGING RESEARCH
    7. Helmuth, LL; Mayr, U; Daum, I
      Sequence learning in Parkinson's disease: a comparison of spatial-attention and number-response sequences

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    8. Schugens, MM; Daum, I
      Long-term retention of classical eyeblink conditioning in amnesia

      NEUROREPORT
    9. Ackermann, H; Graber, S; Hertrich, I; Daum, I
      Cerebellar contributions to the perception of temporal cues within the speech and nonspeech domain

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    10. Ackermann, H; Graber, S; Hertrich, I; Daum, I
      Phonemic vowel length contrasts in cerebellar disorders

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    11. Burk, K; Globas, C; Bosch, S; Graber, S; Abele, M; Brice, A; Dichgans, J; Daum, I; Klockgether, T
      Cognitive deficits in spinocerebellar ataxia 2

      BRAIN
    12. DAUM I; GRABER S; ACKERMANN H
      DISORDERS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    13. SCHUGENS MM; DAUM I; WEIKERT B; RUGG MD
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL REPETITION EFFECTS IN AMNESIC PATIENTS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    14. ACKERMANN H; WILDGRUBER D; DAUM I; GRODD W
      DOES THE CEREBELLUM CONTRIBUTE TO COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF SPEECH PRODUCTION - A FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING (FMRI) STUDY IN HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    15. BREITENSTEIN C; VANLANCKER D; KEMPLER D; DAUM I; WATERS CH
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF WORKING-MEMORY TO THE PERCEPTION OF EMOTIONAL PROSODY IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Brain and language (Print)
    16. DAUM I; MARKOWITSCH HJ
      THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION TO GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

      Psychologische Rundschau
    17. SCHUGENS MM; DAUM I; SPINDLER M; BIRBAUMER N
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF AGING ON EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT MEMORY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    18. ACKERMANN H; HERTRICH I; DAUM I; SCHARF G; SPIEKER S
      KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF ARTICULATORY MOVEMENTS IN CENTRAL MOTOR DISORDERS

      Movement disorders
    19. ACKERMANN H; DAUM I
      WERNICKES-DISEASE AND KORSAKOFFS-SYNDROME

      Nervenheilkunde
    20. DAUM I; ACKERMANN H
      NON-DECLARATIVE MEMORY - NEUROPSYCHOLOGIC AL FINDINGS AND NEUROANATOMICAL CORRELATES

      Fortschritte der Neurologie, Psychiatrie
    21. SCHUGENS MM; EGERTER R; DAUM I; SCHEPELMANN K; KLOCKGETHER T; LOSCHMANN PA
      THE NMDA ANTAGONIST MEMANTINE IMPAIRS CLASSICAL EYEBLINK CONDITIONINGIN HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    22. ACKERMANN H; SCHARF G; HERTRICH I; DAUM I
      ARTICULATORY DISORDERS IN PRIMARY PROGRESSIVE APHASIA - AN ACOUSTIC AND KINEMATIC ANALYSIS

      Aphasiology
    23. DANTENDORFER K; MAIERHOFER D; DAUM I; SCHUGENS M; ANDERER P; SEMLITSCH HV; KATSCHNIG H
      CONDITIONAL DISCRIMINATION-LEARNING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA

      International journal of psychophysiology
    24. ACKERMANN H; GRABER S; HERTRICH I; DAUM I
      CATEGORICAL SPEECH-PERCEPTION IN CEREBELLAR DISORDERS

      Brain and language
    25. FAHLE M; DAUM I
      VISUAL LEARNING AND MEMORY AS FUNCTIONS OF AGE

      Neuropsychologia
    26. MAYES AR; DAUM I; MARKOWISCH HJ; SAUTER B
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RETROGRADE AND ANTEROGRADE AMNESIA IN PATIENTS WITH TYPICAL GLOBAL AMNESIA

      Cortex
    27. DAUM I; RIESCH G; SARTORI G; BIRBAUMER N
      SEMANTIC MEMORY IMPAIRMENT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    28. DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM
      ON THE CEREBELLUM AND CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING

      Current directions in psychological science
    29. DAUM I; GRABER S; SCHUGENS MM; MAYES AR
      MEMORY DYSFUNCTION OF THE FRONTAL TYPE IN NORMAL AGING

      NeuroReport
    30. DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM; BREITENSTEIN C; TOPKA H; SPIEKER S
      CLASSICAL EYEBLINK CONDITIONING IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Movement disorders
    31. ACKERMANN H; DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM; GRODD W
      IMPAIRED PROCEDURAL LEARNING AFTER DAMAGE TO THE LEFT SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA (SMA)

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    32. ACKERMANN H; DAUM I
      CEREBELLUM AND COGNITION - THE NEUROPSYCH OLOGICAL AND NEURORADIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

      Fortschritte der Neurologie, Psychiatrie
    33. DAUM I; BRAUN C; RIESCH G; MILTNER W; ACKERMANN H; SCHUGENS MM; BIRBAUMER N
      PAIN-RELATED CEREBRAL POTENTIALS IN PATIENTS WITH FRONTAL OR PARIETALLOBE LESIONS

      Neuroscience letters
    34. DAUM I; ACKERMANN H
      CEREBELLAR CONTRIBUTIONS TO COGNITION

      Behavioural brain research
    35. DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM; SPIEKER S; POSER U; SCHONLE PW; BIRBAUMER N
      MEMORY AND SKILL ACQUISITION IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE AND FRONTAL-LOBE DYSFUNCTION

      Cortex
    36. MAURI A; DAUM I; SARTORI G; RIESCH G; BIRBAUMER N
      CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC IMPAIRMENT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND TEMPORAL-LOBE DYSFUNCTION - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    37. MAURI A; DAUM I; SARTORI G; RIESCH G; BIRBAUMER N
      CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC IMPAIRMENT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND TEMPORAL-LOBE DYSFUNCTION - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    38. SCHUGENS MM; DAUM I; RICHTER S; SCHOLZ E; CANAVAN AGM
      PROXIMAL AND DISTAL REACTION-TIMES (RTS) ARE NOT DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTED IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Movement disorders
    39. DAUM I; SCHUGENS MM; ACKERMANN H; LUTZENBERGER W; DICHGANS J; BIRBAUMER N
      CLASSICAL-CONDITIONING AFTER CEREBELLAR LESIONS IN HUMANS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    40. DAUM I; ACKERMANN H; SCHUGENS MM; REIMOLD C; DICHGANS J; BIRBAUMER N
      THE CEREBELLUM AND COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS IN HUMANS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    41. CHANNON S; DAUM I; GRAY JA
      OPERANT-CONDITIONING AFTER TEMPORAL-LOBE LESIONS IN MAN - CONDITIONALAND SIMPLE DISCRIMINATION-LEARNING

      Cortex


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