Publications

Sum of citations (Google scholar as of 22/June/2017):

5211 (total), 2977 (since 2012)

h-index: 41 (total), 32 (since 2012)

i10-index: 75 (total), 69 (since 2012)

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Peer-reviewed Articles

 

  • Giroud, N., Lemke, U., Reich, P., Matthes, K. L. & Meyer, M. (2017).
    The impact of hearing aids and age-related hearing loss on auditory plasticity across three months - an electrical neuroimaging study.
    Hearing Research, e-pub ahead of print.
  • Kliesch, M., Giroud, N., Pfenninger, S. E. & Meyer, M. (in press).
    Research on second language acquisition in old adulthood: What we have and what we need.
    In: D. Gabrys-Barker (ed.). Third age learners of foreign languages. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
  • Neff, P., Michels, J., Meyer, M., Schecklmann, M., Langguth, B. & Schlee, W. (2017).
    10 Hz amplitude modulated sounds induce short-term tinnitus suppression.
    Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 9:130.
  • Meyer, M., Neff. P., Grest, A., Hemsley, C., Weidt, S. & Kleinjung, T. (2017).
    EEG oscillatory power dissociates between distress- and depression related psychopathology in subjective tinnitus.
    Brain Research 1663:194-204.
  • Giroud, N., Lemke, U., Reich, P., Matthes, K. L. & Meyer, M. (2017).
    Longitudinal auditory learning facilitates auditory cognition as revealed by microstate analysis.
    Biological Psychology, 123:25-36.
  • Meyer, M., Neff, P., Liem, F., Kleinjung, T., Weidt, S., Langguth, B. & Schecklmann, M. (2016).
    Differential tinnitus-related neuroplastic alterations of cortical thickness and surface area.
    Hearing Research, 342:1-12.
  • Finke, M., Büchner, A., Ruigendijk, E., Meyer, M. & Sandmann, P. (2016).
    On the relationship between auditory cognition and speech intelligibility in cochlear implant users: An ERP study.
    Neuropsychologia, 87:169-181.
  • Rufener, K., Zaehle, T., Oechslin, M. & Meyer, M. (2016).
    Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) differentially modulates speech perception in young and older adults.
    Brain Stimulation, 9:560-565.
  • Peter, N., Kleinjung, T., Horat, L., Schmidt-Weitmann, S., Meyer, M., Büchi, S. & Weidt, S. (2016).
    Validation of PRISM (Pictorial Representation of Illness and Self Measure) as a novel visual assessment tool for the burden of suffering in tinnitus patients.
    BMC Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 14:47.
  • Weidt, S., Delsignore, A., Meyer, M., Rufer, M., Peter, N., Drabe, N. & Kleinjung, T. (2016).
    Which tinnitus-related characteristics affect current health-related quality of life and depression? A cross-sectional cohort study.
    Psychiatry Research, 237:114-137.
  • Rufener, K., Oechslin, M., Woestmann, M., Dellwo, V. & Meyer, M. (2016).
    Age-related neural oscillation patterns during processing of temporally manipulated speech.
    Brain Topography, 29:440-458.
  • Hurschler, M., Liem, F., Oechslin, M. S., Stämpfli, P. & Meyer, M. (2015).
    fMRI reveals lateralized pattern of brain activity modulated by the metrics of stimuli during auditory rhyme processing.
    Brain and Language, 147:41-50.
  • Meyer, M., Liem, F., Hirsiger, S., Jäncke, L. & Hänggi, J. (2014).
    Cortical surface area and cortical thickness demonstrate differential structural asymmetry in auditory-related areas of the human cortex.
    Cerebral Cortex, 24:2541-2552.
  • Liem, F., Hurschler, M., Jäncke, L. & Meyer, M. (2014).
    On the planum temporale lateralization in speech perception. Evidence from a study investigating behavior, structure, and function.
    Human Brain Mapping, 35:1779-1789.
  • Hänggi, J., Föveny, L., Liem, F., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2014).
    The hypothesis of neuronal interconnectivity as a function of brain size – A general organization principle of the human connectome.
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8:915.
  • Meyer, M., Luethi, M. S., Neff, P., Langer, N. & Büchi, S. (2014).
    Disentangling tinnitus distress and tinnitus presence by means of EEG power analysis.
    Neural Plasticity vol. 2014:468546.
  • Elmer, S., Klein, C., Kühnis, J., Liem, F., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2014).
    Music and language expertise influence the categorization of speech and musical sounds: behavioural and electrophysiological measurements.
    Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26:2356-2369.
  • Rufener, K., Liem, F. & Meyer, M. (2014).
    Age-related differences in auditory evoked potentials as a function of task modulation during speech and non-speech processing.
    Brain and Behavior 4:21-28.
  • Clos, M., Langner, R., Meyer, M., Oechslin, M., Zilles, K. & Eickhoff, S. (2014).
    Effects of prior information on decoding degraded speech: an fMRI study.
    Human Brain Mapping 35, 61-74.
  • Hurschler, M., Liem, F., Jäncke, L. & Meyer, M. (2013).
    Right and left perisylvian cortex and left inferior frontal cortex mediate sentence-level rhyme detection in spoken language as revealed by sparse fMRI.
    Human Brain Mapping 34, 3182-3192.
  • Kühnis, J., Elmer, S., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2013).
    The encoding of vowels and temporal speech cues in the auditory cortex of professional musicians: an EEG study.
    Neuropsychologia 51, 1608-1618.
  • Elmer, S., Hänggi, J., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2013).
    Increased cortical surface area of the left planum temporale in musicians facilitates the categorization of phonetic and temporal speech sounds.
    Cortex 49, 2812-2821.
  • Kühnis, J., Elmer, S., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2013).
    Musicianship boosts perceptual learning of pseudoword-chimeras: an electrophysiological approach.
    Brain Topography 26(1), 110-125.
  • Elmer, S., Meyer, M., & Jäncke, L. (2012).
    Neurofunctional and behavioural correlates of phonetic and temporal categorization in musically trained and untrained subjects.
    Cerebral Cortex 22, 650-658.
  • Jäncke, L., Rogenmoser, L., Meyer, M. & Elmer, S. (2012).
    Pre-Attentive modulation of brain responses to tones in coloured-hearing synesthetes.
    BMC Neuroscience 13:151.
  • Liem, F., Zaehle, T., Burkhard, A., Jäncke, L. & Meyer, M. (2012).
    Cortical thickness of supratemporal plane predicts auditory N1 amplitude.
    NeuroReport, 23(17), 1026-1030.
  • Sandmann, P., Dillier, N., Eichele, T., Meyer, M., Kegel, A., Pascual-Marqui, R. D., Marcar, V. L., Jäncke, L. & Debener, S. (2012).
    Visual activation of auditory cortex reflects maladaptive plasticity in cochlear-implant users.
    Brain 135, 555-568.
  • Liem, F., Lutz, K., Lüchinger, R., Jäncke, L. & Meyer, M. (2012).
    Reducing the interval between volume acquisitions improves "sparse" scanning protocols in event-related auditory fMRI.
    Brain Topography 25, 182-193.
  • Elmer, S., Hänggi, J., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2011).
    Differential language expertise related to white matter architecture in regions subserving sensory-motor coupling, articulation and interhemispheric transfer.
    Human Brain Mapping 32, 2064-2074.
  • Kast, M., Bezzola, L., Jäncke, L. & Meyer, M. (2011).
    Multi- and unisensory decoding of words and nonwords result in differential brain responses in dyslexic and non-dyslexic adults.
    Brain and Language 119, 136-148.
  • Elmer, S., Meyer, M., Marrama, L. & Jäncke, L. (2011).
    Intensive language training and attention modulate the involvement of fronto-parietal regions during a non-verbal auditory discrimination task.
    European Journal of Neuroscience 34, 165-175.
  • Kast, M., Baschera, G.-M., Gross, M., Jäncke, L. & Meyer, M. (2011).
    Computer-based learning of spelling skills in children with and without dyslexia.
    Annals of Dyslexia 61(2), 177-200.
  • Sandmann, P., Kegel, A., Eichele, T., Dillier, N., Lai, W., Bendixen, A., Debener, S., Jäncke, L. & Meyer, M. (2010).
    Neurophysiological evidence of impaired musical sound perception in cochlear-implant users.
    Clinical Neurophysiology 121, 2070-2082.
  • Oechslin, M., Imfeld, A., Loenneker, T., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2010).
    The plasticity of the superior longitudinal fasciculus as a function of musical expertise: a diffusion tensor imaging study.
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 3: 76.
  • Elmer, S., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2010).
    Simultaneous interpreters as a model for neuronal adaptation in the domain of language processing.
    Brain Research 1317, 147-156.
  • Oechslin, M., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2010).
    Absolute pitch - functional evidence of speech-relevant auditory acuity.
    Cerebral Cortex 20, 447-455.
  • Elmer, S., Burkhard, M., Renz, B., Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2009).
    Direct current-induced short-term modulation of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex while learning auditory presented nouns.
    Behavioral and Brain Functions 5:29.
  • Zaehle, T., Jäncke, L., Herrmann, C. & Meyer, M. (2009).
    Pre-attentive spectro-temporal feature processing in the human auditory system.
    Brain Topography 22, 97-108.
  • Imfeld, A., Oechslin, M., Meyer, M., Loeneker, T. & Jäncke, L. (2009).
    White matter plasticity in the corticospinal tract of musicians: a diffusion tensor imaging study.
    NeuroImage 46, 600-607.
  • Sandmann, P., Eichele, T., Buechler, M., Debener, S., Jäncke, L., Dillier, N., Hugdahl, K. & Meyer, M. (2009).
    Evaluation of evoked potentials to dyadic tones after cochlear implantation.
    Brain 132, 1967-1979.
  • Geiser, E., Ziegler, E., Jancke, L. & Meyer, M. (2009).
    Early electrophysiological correlates of meter and rhythm processing in music perception.
    Cortex 45, 93-102.
  • Keisker, B., Hepp-Reymond, M.-C., Blickenstorfer, A., Meyer, M. & Kollias, S. (2009).
    Differential force scaling of fine-graded power grip force in the sensorimotor network.
    Human Brain Mapping 30, 2453-2465.
  • Blickenstorfer, A., Kleiser, R., Keller, T., Keisker, B., Meyer, M., Riener, R. & Kollias, S. (2009).
    Cortical and subcortical correlates of funtional electrical stimulation (FES) of wrist extensor and flexor muscles revealed by fMRI.
    Human Brain Mapping 30, 963-975.
  • Schmidt, C. F., Zaehle, T., Meyer, M., Geiser, E., Boesiger, P. & Jäncke, L. (2008)
    Silent and continuous fMRI scanning differentially modulate activation in an auditory language comprehension task.
    Human Brain Mapping 29, 46-56.
  • Zaehle, T., Geiser, E., Alter, K., Jancke, L. & Meyer, M. (2008)
    Segmental processing in the human auditory dorsal stream.
    Brain Research 1220, 179-190.
  • Zaehle, T., Jancke, L. & Meyer, M. (2007).
    Electrical brain imaging evidences left auditory cortex involvement in speech and non-speech discrimination based on temporal features.
    Behavioral and Brain Functions 3:63.
  • Stone, J., Zeman, A., Simonotto, E., Meyer, M., Azuma, R., Flett, S. & Sharpe, M. (2007).
    fMRI in motor conversion disorder and simulated weakness.
    Psychosomatic Medicine 69, 691-696.
  • Zaehle, T., Schmidt, C., Meyer, M., Baumann, S., Baltes, C., Boesiger, P. & Jancke, L. (2007).
    Comparison of "silent" clustered and sparse temporal fMRI acquisitions in tonal and speech perception tasks.
    NeuroImage 37, 1195-1204.
  • Baumann, S., Koeneke, S., Schmidt, C., Meyer, M., Lutz, K. & Jäncke, L. (2007).
    A network for audio-motor coordination in skilled pianists and non-musicians.
    Brain Research 1161, 65-78.
  • Meyer, M., Baumann, S., Wildgruber, D. & Alter, K. (2007).
    How the brain laughs. Comparative evidence from behavioral, electrophysiological and neuroimaging studies in human and monkey.
    Behavioural Brain Research 182, 245-260.
  • Meyer, M., Baumann, S., Marchina, S. & Jäncke, L. (2007).
    Hemodynamic responses in human multisensory and auditory association cortex to purely visual stimulation.
    BMC Neuroscience, 8:14.
  • Meyer, M., Baumann, S. & Jäncke, L. (2006).
    Electrical brain imaging reveals spatio-temporal dynamics of timbre perception in humans.
    NeuroImage 32(4), 1510-1523.
  • Jäncke, L., Baumann, S., Koeneke, S., Meyer, M., Laeng, B., Peters, M. & Lutz, K. (2006).
    Neural control of playing a reversed piano: Empirical evidence for an unusual cortical organisation of musical functions.
    NeuroReport 17, 447-451.
  • Meyer, M., Zaehle, T., Gountouna, V.-E., Barron, A., Jancke, L. & Turk, A. (2005)
    Spectral-temporal processing during speech perception involves left posterior auditory cortex.
    NeuroReport 16, 1985-1989.
  • Meyer, M., Zysset, S., von Cramon, D. Y. & Alter, K. (2005).
    Distinct fMRI responses to laughter, speech, and sounds along the human peri-sylvian cortex
    Cognitive Brain Research 24, 291-306.
  • Schwindack, C., Simonotto, E., Meyer, M., McNamara, A., Marshall, I., Wardlaw, J. & Whittle, I.R. (2005).
    Real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging (rt-fMRI) in patients with brain tumours: preliminary findings using motor and language paradigms.
    British Journal of Neurosurgery 19, 25-32.
  • Meyer, M., Steinhauer, K., Alter, K., Friederici, A.D. & von Cramon, D. Y. (2004).
    Brain activity varies with modulation of dynamic pitch variance in sentence melody.
    Brain and Language 89, 277-289.
  • Heinke, W., Fiebach, C.J., Schwarzbauer, C., Meyer, M., Olthoff, D. & Alter, K. (2004).
    Sequential effects of Propofol on functional brain activation induced by auditory language processing: an event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
    British Journal of Anaesthia 92, 641-650.
  • Deary, I.J., Simonotto, E., Meyer, M., Marshall, A., Marshall, I., Goddard, N. & Wardlaw, J. M. (2004).
    The functional anatomy of inspection time: an event-related fMRI study.
    NeuroImage 22, 1466-1479.
  • Steele, J. D, Meyer, M. & Ebmeier, K.P. (2004).
    Neural predictive error signal correlates with depressive illness severity in a game paradigm.
    NeuroImage 23, 269-280.
  • Kotz, S. A., Meyer, M., Alter, K., Besson, M., von Cramon, D.Y. & Friederici, A.D. (2003).
    On the lateralization of emotional prosody: An event-related functional MR investigation.
    Brain and Language 86, 366-376.
  • Meyer, M., Alter, K. & Friederici, A.D. (2003).
    Functional MR imaging exposes differential brain responses to syntax and prosody during auditory sentence comprehension.
    Journal of Neurolinguistics 16, 277-300.
  • Meyer, M., Alter, K., Friederici, A.D., Lohmann, G. & von Cramon, D.Y. (2002).
    Functional MRI reveals brain regions mediating slow prosodic modulations of spoken sentences.
    Human Brain Mapping 17(2), 73-88.
  • Friederici, A.D., Meyer, M. & von Cramon, D.Y. (2000).
    Auditory language comprehension: an event-related fMRI study on the processing of syntactic and lexical information.
    Brain and Language 75, 465-477.
  • Meyer, M., Friederici, A.D. & von Cramon, D.Y. (2000).
    Neurocognition of auditory sentence comprehension: event related fMRI reveals sensitivity to syntactic violations and task demands.
    Cognitive Brain Research 9, 19-33.
  • Friederici, A.D., Steinhauer K., Mecklinger, A. & Meyer, M. (1998).
    Working memory constraints on syntactic ambiguity resolution as revealed by electrical brain responses.
    Biological Psychology 47(3), 193-221.
  • Steinhauer K., Friederici, A.D., Mecklinger, A. & Meyer, M. (1997).
    Probability and strategy: an event-related potential study of processing syntactic anomalies.
    Zeitschrift für Experimentelle Psychologie 44(2), 305-331.

Book chapter

  • Meyer, M. (2013)
    Sprache
    In: L. Jäncke, Kognitive Neurowissenschaften.
    Huber: Bern, 623-660.
  • Meyer, M. (2013)
    Auditorisches System
    In: F. Schneider & G.R. Fink (Eds.), Funktionelle MRT in Psychiatrie und Neurologie.
    Springer: Heidelberg, 345-358.
  • Meyer, M. (2009)
    Neuroimaging of speech and language
    In: D. Eddington (Ed.), Quantitative and Experimental Linguistics.
    Munich: Lincom Press, 283-350.
  • Meyer, M. & Jäncke, L. (2006)
    Involvement of left and right frontal operculum in speech and nonspeech perception and production
    In: Y. Grodzinsky & K. Amunts (Eds.), Broca's region.
    New York: Oxford University Press, 218-241.
  • Meyer, M. (2003)
    Bildgebende Verfahren
    In: G. Rickheit, T. Herrmann & W. Deutsch (Eds.), Psycholinguistik - Ein internationales Handbuch. Reihe Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft.
    Berlin: Verlag Walter de Gruyter, 181-189.