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Mitchell, RLC and Jazdzyk, A and Stets, M and Kotz, SA (2016) 'Recruitment of language-, emotion- and speech-timing associated brain regions for expressing emotional prosody: Investigation of functional neuroanatomy with fMRI.' Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10 (OCT201). ISSN 1662-5161

Garrido-Vásquez, P and Pell, MD and Paulmann, S and Sehm, B and Kotz, SA (2016) 'Impaired neural processing of dynamic faces in left-onset Parkinson's disease.' Neuropsychologia, 82. 123 - 133. ISSN 0028-3932

Garrido-Vásquez, P and Pell, MD and Paulmann, S and Strecker, K and Schwarz, J and Kotz, SA (2013) 'An ERP study of vocal emotion processing in asymmetric Parkinson's disease.' Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 8 (8). 918 - 927. ISSN 1749-5016

Paulmann, S and Jessen, S and Kotz, SA (2012) 'It's special the way you say it: An ERP investigation on the temporal dynamics of two types of prosody.' Neuropsychologia, 50 (7). 1609 - 1620. ISSN 0028-3932

Paulmann, S and Ott, DVM and Kotz, SA (2011) 'Emotional speech perception unfolding in time: the role of the basal ganglia.' PLoS ONE, 6 (3). ISSN 1932-6203

Kotz, SA and Paulmann, S (2011) 'Emotion, Language, and the Brain.' Linguistics and Language Compass, 5 (3). 108 - 125. ISSN 1749-818X

Paulmann, S and Seifert, S and Kotz, SA (2010) 'Orbito-frontal lesions cause impairment during late but not early emotional prosodic processing.' Social Neuroscience, 5 (1). 59 - 75. ISSN 1747-0919

Paulmann, S and Pell, MD and Kotz, SA (2009) 'Comparative processing of emotional prosody and semantics following basal ganglia infarcts: ERP evidence of selective impairments for disgust and fear.' Brain Research, 1295. 159 - 169. ISSN 0006-8993

Pell, MD and Paulmann, S and Dara, C and Alasseri, A and Kotz, SA (2009) 'Factors in the recognition of vocally expressed emotions: A comparison of four languages.' Journal of Phonetics, 37 (4). 417 - 435. ISSN 0095-4470

Kotz, SA and Jessen, S and Paulmann, S (2009) 'Investigating the Multimodal Nature of Human Communication.' Journal of Psychophysiology, 23 (2). 63 - 76. ISSN 0269-8803

Pell, MD and Monetta, L and Paulmann, S and Kotz, SA (2009) 'Recognizing Emotions in a Foreign Language.' Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 33 (2). 107 - 120. ISSN 0191-5886

Paulmann, S and Pell, MD and Kotz, SA (2008) 'Functional contributions of the basal ganglia to emotional prosody: Evidence from ERPs.' Brain Research, 1217. 171 - 178. ISSN 0006-8993

Paulmann, S and Pell, MD and Kotz, SA (2008) 'How aging affects the recognition of emotional speech.' Brain and Language, 104 (3). 262 - 269. ISSN 0093-934X

Paulmann, S and Kotz, SA (2008) 'Early emotional prosody perception based on different speaker voices.' NeuroReport, 19 (2). 209 - 213. ISSN 0959-4965

Kotz, SA and Paulmann, S (2007) 'When emotional prosody and semantics dance cheek to cheek: ERP evidence.' Brain Research, 1151 (1). 107 - 118. ISSN 0006-8993

Paulmann, S and Elston-Güttler, KE and Gunter, TC and Kotz, SA (2006) 'Is bilingual lexical access influenced by language context?' NeuroReport, 17 (7). 727 - 731. ISSN 0959-4965

Elston-Güttler, KE and Paulmann, S and Kotz, SA (2005) 'Who's in control? Proficiency and L1 influence on L2 processing.' Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17 (10). 1593 - 1610. ISSN 0898-929X

Book Section

Kotz, SA and Hasting, AS and Paulmann, S (2013) 'On the orbito-striatal interface in (acoustic) emotional processing.' In: Altenmüller, E and Schmidt, S and Zimmermann, E, (eds.) Evolution of emotional communication: from sounds in non-human mammals to speech and music in man. Oxford University Press, 229 - 240. ISBN 9780199583560

Kotz, SA and Meyer, M and Paulmann, S (2006) 'Lateralization of emotional prosody in the brain: an overview and synopsis on the impact of study design.' In: Anders, S and Ende, G and Junghofer, M and Kissler, J and Wildgruber, D, (eds.) Understanding Emotions. Progress in Brain Research, 156 . Elsevier, 285 - 294. ISBN 978-0-444-52182-8

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