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Dr. Johannes Tuennerhoff

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Johannes Tuennerhoff

Position: Diploma Student  Unit: Alumni Noppeney

After I sucessfully completed my medical studies, I currently work on my doctoral thesis in the field of neuroscience. My special interest is devoted to human consciousness in general. In particular I am currently investigating the perception of speech and the mechanisms of audio-visual motion integration.

04 / 2005 - 06 / 2012 Medical studies at the University of Tuebingen. Successful completion with the grade "Good".
02 / 2007 - 01 / 2012 Assistant Research Scientist, Cognitive Neuroimaging Group, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tuebingen, Germany. Supervisor: U.Noppeney.
since 06 / 2012 Research Scientist, Cognitive Neuroimaging Group, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tuebingen, Germany. Supervisor: U.Noppeney.

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Articles (2):

Tuennerhoff J and Noppeney U (January-2016) When sentences live up to your expectations NeuroImage 124(Part A) 641–653.
Leitão J, Thielscher A, Tünnerhoff J and Noppeney U (August-2015) Concurrent TMS-fMRI Reveals Interactions between Dorsal and Ventral Attentional Systems Journal of Neuroscience 35(32) 11445-11457.

Posters (2):

Tuennerhoff J and Noppeney U (June-2010): Audiovisual Integration in Motion Discrimination: A multivariate decoding study, 16th Annual Meeting of the Organisation for Human Brain Mapping (HBM 2010), Barcelona, Spain.
Lee HL, Tuennerhoff J, Werner S, Pammi C and Noppeney U (July-2008): Physical and perceptual factors that determine the mode of audio-visual integration in distinct areas of the speech processing system, 9th International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF 2008), Hamburg, Germany.

Talks (1):

Tünnerhoff J and Noppeney U (June-2008) Abstract Talk: How priming enables us to understand speech in an impoverished context, 14th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (HBM 2008), Melbourne, Australia, NeuroImage, 41(Supplement 1) S156.

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