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    • The direction of word stress processing in German: evidence from a working-memory paradigm 

      Domahs, F; Grande, M; Huber, W; Domahs, U (Frontiers, 2014)
      There are contradicting assumptions and findings on the direction of word stress processing in German. To resolve this question, we asked participants to read tri-syllabic non-words and stress ambiguous words aloud. ...
    • Neuro-cognitive foundations of prosodic word processing – evidence from fMRI 

      Klein, E; Domahs, U; Grande, M; Domahs, F (BioMed Central / Springer Verlag (Germany), 2011)
      Background: To date, the neural correlates of phonological word stress processing are largely unknown. Methods: In the present study, we investigated the processing of word stress and vowel quality using an identity matching ...
    • Structural factors affecting the assignment of word stress in German 

      Roettger, T; Domahs, U; Grande, M; Domahs, F (Cambridge University Press (CUP): HSS Journals - No Cambridge Open, 2012)
      This paper aims to shed light on regularities underlying German stress assignment. The results of a pseudoword production task suggest that rhyme complexity of the final syllable is a strong predictor of main stress position ...