Anja Thiede
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An extensive pattern of atypical neural speech-sound discrimination in newborns at risk of dyslexia
A Thiede, P Virtala, I Ala-Kurikka, E Partanen, M Huotilainen, K Mikkola, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 130 (5), 634-646, 2019
92019
Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) Inter-subject Correlation using Continuous Music Stimuli
A Thiede
52014
Atypical MEG inter-subject correlation during listening to continuous natural speech in dyslexia
A Thiede, E Glerean, T Kujala, L Parkkonen
NeuroImage, 116799, 2020
32020
Body sway predicts romantic interest in speed dating
A Chang, HE Kragness, W Tsou, DJ Bosnyak, A Thiede, LJ Trainor
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 2019
22019
Body sway predicts romantic interest in speed dating
A Chang, HE Kragness, W Tsou, DJ Bosnyak, A Thiede, LJ Trainor
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 2019
22019
Functional and structural correlates of dyslexia and reading-relevant skills in the brain: Evidence from newborns and adults
A Thiede
Helsingin yliopisto, 2020
2020
Infant event-related potentials to speech are associated with prelinguistic development
L Kailaheimo-Lönnqvist, P Virtala, Y Fandakova, E Partanen, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 45, 100831, 2020
2020
Neuromagnetic speech discrimination responses are associated with reading-related skills in dyslexic and typical readers
A Thiede, L Parkkonen, P Virtala, M Laasonen, JP Makela, T Kujala
medRxiv, 2019.12. 29.19016113, 2020
2020
Musical skills can be decoded from magnetic resonance images
T Puoliväli, T Sipola, A Thiede, M Kliuchko, B Bogert, P Toiviainen, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Brain structures associated with reading and their abnormalities in dyslexia: a whole-brain analysis
T Kujala, A Thiede, P Palo-oja, P Virtala, M Laasonen, J Numminen, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Atypical brain-to-brain synchronization during listening to continuous natural speech in dyslexia
A Thiede, E Glerean, T Kujala, L Parkkonen
bioRxiv, 677674, 2019
2019
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