Markus Christiner
Markus Christiner
Centre for Systematic Musicology, University of Graz; Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music: Riga
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Song and speech: examining the link between singing talent and speech imitation ability
M Christiner, SM Reiterer
Frontiers in psychology 4, 874, 2013
A Mozart is not a Pavarotti: Singers outperform instrumentalists on foreign accent imitation
M Christiner, SM Reiterer
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 482, 2015
Early influence of musical abilities and working memory on speech imitation abilities: Study with pre-school children
M Christiner, SM Reiterer
Brain sciences 8 (9), 169, 2018
Second language accent faking ability depends on musical abilities, not on working memory
M Coumel, M Christiner, SM Reiterer
Frontiers in psychology 10, 257, 2019
Sing Chinese and tap Tagalog? Predicting individual differences in musical and phonetic aptitude using language families differing by sound-typology
M Christiner, S Rüdegger, SM Reiterer
International Journal of Multilingualism 15 (4), 455-471, 2018
Reduced cortical thickness in Heschl's gyrus as an in vivo marker for human primary auditory cortex
S Zoellner, J Benner, B Zeidler, A Seither‐Preisler, M Christiner, A Seitz, ...
Human brain mapping 40 (4), 1139-1154, 2019
Music, song and speech
M Christiner, S Reiterer
Cognitive individual differences in second language processing and …, 2016
Musicianship related structural and functional cortical features are preserved in elderly musicians
OG Rus-Oswald, J Benner, J Reinhardt, C Bürki, M Christiner, E Hofmann, ...
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 106, 2022
Musical performance in adolescents with ADHD, ADD and dyslexia—Behavioral and neurophysiological aspects
C Groß, BL Serrallach, E Möhler, JE Pousson, P Schneider, M Christiner, ...
Brain Sciences 12 (2), 127, 2022
Singing Mandarin? What short-term memory capacity, basic auditory skills, musical and singing abilities reveal about learning Mandarin
M Christiner, J Renner, C Groß, A Seither-Preisler, J Benner, P Schneider
Frontiers in Psychology, 2830, 2022
Musicality and Second Language Acquisition: Singing and Phonetic Language Aptitude Phonetic Language Aptitude
M Christiner
Ph. D. thesis, 2020
Let the music speak: Examining the relationship between music and language aptitude in pre-school children
M Christiner
Exploring Language Aptitude: Views from Psychology, the Language Sciences …, 2018
Short‐term plasticity of neuro‐auditory processing induced by musical active listening training
P Schneider, C Groß, V Bernhofs, M Christiner, J Benner, S Turker, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1517 (1), 176-190, 2022
The melody of speech: what the melodic perception of speech reveals about language performance and musical abilities
M Christiner, C Gross, A Seither-Preisler, P Schneider
Languages 6 (3), 132, 2021
III. The acquisition and processing of (mor) phonotactic consonant clusters in German
S Sommer-Lolei, K Korecky-Kröll, M Christiner, WU Dressler
Experimental, acquisitional and corpus linguistic approaches to the study of …, 2021
Singing performance and language aptitude: behavioural study on singing performance and its relation to the pronunciation of a second language
M Christiner
na, 2012
Examining individual differences in singing, musical and tone language ability in adolescents and young adults with dyslexia
M Christiner, BL Serrallach, J Benner, V Bernhofs, P Schneider, J Renner, ...
Brain Sciences 12 (6), 744, 2022
Neuromorphological and neurofunctional correlates of ADHD and ADD in the auditory cortex of adults
BL Serrallach, C Groß, M Christiner, S Wildermuth, P Schneider
Frontiers in Neuroscience, 631, 2022
Music, song and speech
M Christiner, S Reiterer
The Internal Context of Bilingual Processing 3, 131-56, 2019
Individual differences in singing behavior during childhood predicts language performance during adulthood
M Christiner, V Bernhofs, C Groß
Languages 7 (2), 72, 2022
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