Dr. Sebastian Puschmann

Maria-Goeppert-Str. 9a
23562 Lübeck
Gebäude MFC 8, 1. OG, Raum 6

Phone:+49 451 3101 3633
Fax:+49 451 3101 3604



Seit 2019

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Universität zu Lübeck, Institut für Psychologie I, AG Auditive Kognition

2016-2019Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Montreal Neurological Institute, Cognitive Neuroscience Unit
2013-2016Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Universität Oldenburg, Exzellenzcluster „Hearing4all“
2009-2013Doktorand an der Universität Oldenburg, Department für Psychologie, AG Biologische Psychologie
2006-2009Physikstudium, Universität Oldenburg
2003-2006Physikstudium, Universität Duisburg-Essen



Puschmann S*, Daeglau M*, Stropahl M, Mirkovic B, Rosemann S, Thiel CM, Debener S (2019). Hearing-impaired listeners show increased audiovisual benefit when listening to speech in noise. Neuroimage 196, 261-268.

Puschmann S, Baillet S, Zatorre RJ (2018). Musicians at the cocktail party: Neural substrates of musical training during selective listening in multispeaker situations. Cereb Cortex, DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhy193.
Puschmann S, Steinkamp S, Gillich I, Mirkovic B, Debener S, Thiel CM (2017). The right temporoparietal junction supports speech tracking during selective listening: Evidence from concurrent EEG-fMRI. J Neurosci 37,11505-11516.
Chen LC, Puschmann S, Debener S (2017). Increased cross-modal functional connectivity in cochlear implant users. Sci Rep 7, 10043.
Rosemann S, Gießing C, Özyurt J, Carroll R, Puschmann S, Thiel CM (2017). The contribution of cognitive factors to individual differences in understanding noise-vocoded speech in young and older adults. Front Hum Neurosci 11, 294.
Puschmann S, Thiel CM (2017). Changed crossmodal functional connectivity in older adults with hearing loss. Cortex 86, 109-122.
Thiel CM, Özyurt J, Nogueira W, Puschmann S (2016). Effects of age on long-term memory for degraded speech. Front Hum Neurosci 10, 473.
Puschmann S, Huster RJ, Thiel CM (2016). Mapping the spatiotemporal dynamics of processing task-relevant and irrelevant sound feature changes using concurrent EEG-fMRI. Hum Brain Mapp 37, 3400-3416.
Puschmann S, Sandmann P, Bendixen A, Thiel CM (2014). Age-related hearing loss increases cross-modal distractibility. Hear Res 316, 28-36.

Puschmann S, Weis T, Thiel CM (2014). How dopamine shapes representations in auditory cortex. Act Psicol 28, 67-78.

Puschmann S, Özyurt J, Uppenkamp S, Thiel CM (2013). Pitch-induced responses in the right auditory cortex correlate with musical ability in normal listeners. Neuroreport 24, 841-845.

Weis T, Brechmann A, Puschmann S, Thiel CM (2013). Feedback that confirms reward expectation triggers auditory cortex activity. J Neurophysiol 110, 1860–1868.
Puschmann S, Sandmann P, Ahrens J, Thorne J, Weerda R, Klump G, Debener S, Thiel CM (2013). Electrophysiological correlates of auditory change detection and change deafness in complex auditory scenes. Neuroimage 75, 155-164.
Puschmann S, Weerda R, Klump G, Thiel CM (2013). Segregating the neural correlates of physical and perceived change in auditory input using the change deafness effect. J Cogn Neurosci 25, 730-742.
Weis T, Puschmann S, Brechmann A, Thiel CM (2013). Positive and negative reinforcement activate human auditory cortex. Front Hum Neurosci 7, 842.

Puschmann S, Brechmann A, Thiel CM (2013). Learning-dependent plasticity in human auditory cortex during appetitive operant conditioning. Hum Brain Mapp 34, 2841-2851.

Weis T, Puschmann S, Brechmann A, Thiel CM (2012). Effects of L-dopa during auditory instrumental learning in humans. Plos One 7, e52504.

Puschmann S, Uppenkamp S, Kollmeier B, Thiel CM (2010). Dichotic pitch activates pitch processing centre in Heschl’s gyrus. Neuroimage 40, 1641-1649.

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