Linda Heinemann



Linda Heinemann

Curriculum Vitae

Date/place of birth:  1980 in Friedberg (Hessen)
2000 Abitur at Herder-Gymnasium, Frankfurt am Main
2001 - 2006 Studied Psychology and Sociology at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main
02-03/2004 Internship at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Department of Neurophysiology, Frankfurt am Main
07-10/2004 Internship at the Charité-Universitätsmedizin, Department of Neurology, Berlin
2004-2007 Research student at the Cognitive Neurology Unit, Brain Imaging Center, Frankfurt am Main
2005 Diploma thesis: The spatial layout of task- and scene-dependent attentional modulation in human primary visual cortex: evidence for a "Mexican hat" distribution.
02-06/2007 Work at the Central Institute for Mental Health, Mannheim
since 07/2007 Doctoral student at the IMP



Artikel in Fachzeitschriften

Heinemann LV, Rahm B, Kaiser J, Gaese BH, Altmann CF (2010). Repetition Enhancement for Frequency-Modulated but Not Unmodulated Sounds: A Human MEG Study. PLoS One 5(12):e15548.

Heinemann LV, Heinemann T. (2010). 'Optimise your brain!' - Popular science and its social implication. A joint review of the popular science journals Scientific American Mind and Gehirn&Geist. BioSocieties 5(2): 291-4.

Altmann CF, Júnior CG, Heinemann L, Kaiser J (2010). Processing of spectral and amplitude envelope of animal vocalizations in the human auditory cortex. Neuropsychologia 48(10):2824-32.

Heinemann L, Kleinschmidt A, Müller NG (2009). Exploring BOLD changes during spatial attention in non-stimulated visual cortex. PLoS One 4(5):e5560.




Psychologie und Gehirn (Greifswald): Frequency-dependent repetition enhancement and adaptation processes in the human auditory cortex. PDF


 35. Arbeitstagung Psychophysiologie und Methodik (Leipzig): Auditory enhancement effects: Late auditory responses to a second tone are modulated by the length of the interstimulus interval. PDF


 Xth International Conference in Cognitive Neuroscience (Bodrum, Türkei). Processing of frequency modulated complex tones investigated with human magnetoencephalography. PDF




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