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New Publications:

"Absolutes und Relatives Gehör."
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"Reduced cortical thickness in Heschl's gyrus as an in vivo marker for human primary auditory cortex."
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Heschl Gyri

Sound-processing areas
of the brain

New Publications:

Absolutes und Relatives Gehör.
Benner, J., Schneider, P. (2019). Ruperto Carola Forschungsmagazin, Ausgabe 14.

Reduced cortical thickness in Heschl's gyrus as an in vivo marker for human primary auditory cortex.
Zoellner, S., Benner, J., Zeidler, B., Seither‐Preisler, A., Christiner, M., Seitz, A., Goebel, R., Heinecke, A., Wengenroth, M., Blatow, M., Schneider, P. (2018). Human Brain Mapping.

Sound perception between outstanding musical abilities and auditory dysfunction.
EU Research AUT18/P42

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Free information days (open days): KLAWA >>

The research results can also be interesting for you personally: The KLAWA – Musical education hearing advisory shows you the way to begin the instrument which best suits you. You are welcome to come to visit us in Heidelberg-Neuenheim with your children. There you will find out more about the “Sound Perception Test” which you can try out free with no obligation. You will find answers to your questions about sound perception, choice of musical instrument and the results of scientific research. KLAWA >>