Office#: 2.067

Anne Hauswald

Dr. rer. nat., Senior Scientist

Research Interests

  • Visual speech, audio-visual speech
  • Brain networks states, connectivity, and oscillatory states
  • Characterization of resting state networks using graph theory
  • Link between brain states and memory, attention, meditation

Selected publications

  • Haider, C. L., Suess, N., Hauswald, A., Park, H., & Weisz, N. (2022). Masking of the mouth area impairs reconstruction of acoustic speech features and higher-level segmentational features in the presence of a distractor speaker. NeuroImage, 252, 119044
  • Süss, N., Hauswald, a., Reisinger, P., Rösch, S., Keitel, A. & Weisz, N. (2022). Cortical tracking of formant modulations derived from silently presented lip movements and its decline with age. Cerebral Cortex
  • Hauswald, A., Keitel, A., Chen, Y., Rösch, S., & Weisz, N. (2020). Degradation levels of continuous speech affect neural speech tracking and alpha power differently. European Journal of Neuroscience
  • Barchiesi, G., Demarchi, G., Wilhelm, F., Hauswald, A., Sanchez, G., & Weisz, N. (2020). Head magnetomyography (hMMG): A novel approach to monitor face and whole head muscular activity. Psychophysiology, 57(3), e13507.
  • Hauswald, A., Lithari, C., Collignon, O., Leonardelli, E., & Weisz, N. (2018). A visual cortical network for deriving phonological information from intelligible lip movements. Current Biology.
  • Hauswald, A., Tucciarelli, R. & Lingnau, A. (2018). MEG adaptation reveals action representations in posterior occipitotemporal regions. Cortex, 103: 266-276

Professional Experience

  1. 2015
    Senior Scientist
    CCNS, University of Salzburg
  2. 2012
    CIMeC, University of Trento, Italy
  3. 2010
    Independent researcher, Zukunftskolleg
    University of Konstanz, Germany
  4. 2009
    Department of Psychology, University of Konstanz, Germany