Gesa Schaadt
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Sex hormones in early infancy seem to predict aspects of later language development
G Schaadt, V Hesse, AD Friederici
Brain and language 141, 70-76, 2015
Predicting early signs of dyslexia at a preliterate age by combining behavioral assessment with structural MRI
I Kraft, J Schreiber, R Cafiero, R Metere, G Schaadt, J Brauer, NE Neef, ...
Neuroimage 143, 378-386, 2016
Genetic dyslexia risk variant is related to neural connectivity patterns underlying phonological awareness in children
MA Skeide, H Kirsten, I Kraft, G Schaadt, B Müller, N Neef, J Brauer, ...
NeuroImage 118, 414-421, 2015
The emergence of dyslexia in the developing brain
U Kuhl, NE Neef, I Kraft, G Schaadt, L Dörr, J Brauer, I Czepezauer, ...
Neuroimage 211, 116633, 2020
Dyslexia risk gene relates to representation of sound in the auditory brainstem
NE Neef, B Müller, J Liebig, G Schaadt, M Grigutsch, TC Gunter, A Wilcke, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 24, 63-71, 2017
NRSN1 associated grey matter volume of the visual word form area reveals dyslexia before school
MA Skeide, I Kraft, B Müller, G Schaadt, NE Neef, J Brauer, A Wilcke, ...
Brain 139 (10), 2792-2803, 2016
Present and past: Can writing abilities in school children be associated with their auditory discrimination capacities in infancy?
G Schaadt, C Männel, E van der Meer, A Pannekamp, R Oberecker, ...
Research in developmental disabilities 47, 318-333, 2015
Impact of phonological processing skills on written language acquisition in illiterate adults
S Landgraf, R Beyer, I Hild, N Schneider, E Horn, G Schaadt, M Foth, ...
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 2, S129-S138, 2012
Phonological abilities in literacy-impaired children: Brain potentials reveal deficient phoneme discrimination, but intact prosodic processing
C Männel, G Schaadt, FK Illner, E van der Meer, AD Friederici
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 23, 14-25, 2017
Cortical differences in preliterate children at familiar risk of dyslexia are similar to those observed in dyslexic readers
I Kraft, R Cafiero, G Schaadt, J Brauer, NE Neef, B Müller, H Kirsten, ...
Brain 138 (9), e378-e378, 2015
The emergence of long-range language network structural covariance and language abilities
T Qi, G Schaadt, R Cafiero, J Brauer, MA Skeide, AD Friederici
NeuroImage 191, 36-48, 2019
Cortical thickness lateralization and its relation to language abilities in children
T Qi, G Schaadt, AD Friederici
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 39, 100704, 2019
Auditory brainstem responses to stop consonants predict literacy
NE Neef, G Schaadt, AD Friederici
Clinical neurophysiology 128 (3), 484-494, 2017
Phonemes, words, and phrases: Tracking phonological processing in pre-schoolers developing dyslexia
G Schaadt, C Männel
Clinical Neurophysiology, 2019
Association, characterisation and meta-analysis of SNPs linked to general reading ability in a German dyslexia case-control cohort
B Müller, A Wilcke, I Czepezauer, P Ahnert, J Boltze, H Kirsten, ...
Scientific reports 6, 27901, 2016
Infants’ vocalizations at 6 months predict their productive vocabulary at one year
A Werwach, D Mürbe, G Schaadt, C Männel
Infant Behavior and Development 64, 101588, 2021
Early cortical surface plasticity relates to basic mathematical learning
U Kuhl, AD Friederici, F Emmrich, J Brauer, A Wilcke, N Neef, J Boltze, ...
Neuroimage 204, 116235, 2020
Auditory phoneme discrimination in illiterates: Mismatch negativity—A question of literacy?
G Schaadt, A Pannekamp, E van der Meer
Developmental psychology 49 (11), 2179, 2013
Facial speech gestures: the relation between visual speech processing, phonological awareness, and developmental dyslexia in 10‐year‐olds
G Schaadt, C Männel, E van der Meer, A Pannekamp, AD Friederici
Developmental science 19 (6), 1020-1034, 2016
Dissociating improvement of attention and intelligence during written language acquisition in adults
S Landgraf, R Beyer, A Pannekamp, G Schaadt, D Koch, M Foth, ...
International Journal of Intelligence Science 1 (02), 17, 2011
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