Torsten Baldeweg mainly focuses on Neuroscience, Mismatch negativity, Audiology, Electroencephalography and Event-related potential. He brings together Neuroscience and FOXP2 Gene to produce work in his papers. His work deals with themes such as Schizophrenia, Cognition and Auditory cortex, which intersect with Mismatch negativity.
His Audiology study combines topics in areas such as Stimulus, Communication disorder, Cognitive psychology and Pitch Discrimination. While the research belongs to areas of Electroencephalography, he spends his time largely on the problem of Functional magnetic resonance imaging, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Epilepsy surgery, Wada test, Lateralization of brain function, Wernicke's area and Lesion. His studies examine the connections between Event-related potential and genetics, as well as such issues in Cognitive decline, with regards to Attentional control, Auditory Perceptual Disorder and Magnetoencephalography.
His main research concerns Neuroscience, Audiology, Epilepsy, Cognition and Mismatch negativity. His study involves Electroencephalography, Event-related potential, Hippocampal formation, Semantic memory and Long-term memory, a branch of Neuroscience. The various areas that Torsten Baldeweg examines in his Audiology study include Stimulus, Psychiatry, Corpus callosum and Developmental psychology.
His Epilepsy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Magnetic resonance imaging, Memory consolidation and Pathology. His research integrates issues of Cognitive psychology, Neuroimaging and Epilepsy surgery in his study of Cognition. His Mismatch negativity research focuses on subjects like Auditory cortex, which are linked to Auditory perception.
Epilepsy, Cognition, Neuroscience, Audiology and Epilepsy surgery are his primary areas of study. His Epilepsy research includes elements of Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery, Computer vision and Electroencephalography. His Cognition research integrates issues from Cognitive psychology, Neuroimaging and Pediatrics.
Temporal lobe, Semantic memory, Episodic memory, Temporal cortex and Memory Dysfunction are among the areas of Neuroscience where Torsten Baldeweg concentrates his study. His Audiology study incorporates themes from Memory consolidation, Psychiatry, Ictal, Tractography and Verbal memory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hemispherectomy and Voxel in addition to Epilepsy surgery.
His primary scientific interests are in Neuroscience, Cognition, Audiology, Epilepsy surgery and Epilepsy. His Neuroscience study typically links adjacent topics like Internal medicine. His Cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Alzheimer's disease, Temporal cortex, Neuroplasticity and Mismatch negativity.
His Audiology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Borderline intellectual functioning. His Epilepsy surgery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Retrospective memory, Verbal memory, Temporal lobe and Recognition memory. His Epilepsy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Verbal reasoning, Association and Cognitive impairment.
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Synaptic plasticity and dysconnection in schizophrenia.
Klaas E. Stephan;Torsten Baldeweg;Karl J. Friston.
Biological Psychiatry (2006)
Language fMRI abnormalities associated with FOXP2 gene mutation
Frédérique Liégeois;Frédérique Liégeois;Torsten Baldeweg;Torsten Baldeweg;Alan Connelly;Alan Connelly;David G Gadian;David G Gadian.
Nature Neuroscience (2003)
Impaired auditory frequency discrimination in dyslexia detected with mismatch evoked potentials.
Torsten Baldeweg;Alexandra Richardson;Sarah Watkins;Christine Foale.
Annals of Neurology (1999)
Gamma and beta frequency oscillations in response to novel auditory stimuli: A comparison of human electroencephalogram (EEG) data with in vitro models
Corinna Haenschel;Torsten Baldeweg;Rodney J. Croft;Miles Whittington.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
The functional anatomy of the MMN: A DCM study of the roving paradigm
Marta I. Garrido;Karl J. Friston;Stefan J. Kiebel;Klaas E. Stephan.
Language reorganization in children with early‐onset lesions of the left hemisphere: an fMRI study
F Liégeois;A Connelly;J Helen Cross;S G Boyd.
A possible role for gap junctions in generation of very fast EEG oscillations preceding the onset of, and perhaps initiating, seizures
Roger D. Traub;Miles A. Whittington;Eberhard H. Buhl;Fiona E. N. LeBeau.
The mismatch negativity (MMN) - A unique window to disturbed central auditory processing in ageing and different clinical conditions
R. Näätänen;R. Näätänen;R. Näätänen;T. Kujala;C. Escera;T. Baldeweg;T. Baldeweg.
Clinical Neurophysiology (2012)
Mismatch negativity potentials and cognitive impairment in schizophrenia
Torsten Baldeweg;Anthony Klugman;John Gruzelier;Stephen R. Hirsch.
Schizophrenia Research (2004)
Event-Related Brain Potential Correlates of Human Auditory Sensory Memory-Trace Formation
Corinna Haenschel;David J. Vernon;Prabuddh Dwivedi;John H. Gruzelier.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2005)
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