New appoint­ments as Han­dling Edi­tor in “Neu­roim­age” and Asso­ciate Edi­tor in “Jour­nal of Neuroscience”

It’s a great hon­our to have been appointed over the last days to the edi­to­r­ial board of two highly esteemed sci­en­tific jour­nals, “Neu­roim­age” as well as the super-classic “Jour­nal of Neu­ro­science”. I hope I will be able to live up to the expectations.

— J.O.

11. December 2015 by Jonas
Categories: Editorial Notes, Uncategorized |

New Paper by Lim, Wöst­mann, & Obleser in Jour­nal of Neuroscience

Can you atten­tively “high­light” audi­tory traces in mem­ory? If so, what are poten­tial neural mech­a­nisms of it?

Sung-Joo Lim’s paper in J Neurosci;

Selec­tive Atten­tion to Audi­tory Mem­ory Neu­rally Enhances Per­cep­tual Precision

is now avail­able online (full text).

Abstract

Con­grats!

10. December 2015 by Steven Kalinke
Categories: Auditory Working Memory, EEG / MEG, Executive Functions, Neural Oscillations, Papers, Publications | Tags: , , , , , |

New paper by Henry, Her­rmann, & Obleser in Jour­nal of Neuroscience

For­mer Oble­ser­lab post­doc Molly Henry with Björn Her­rmann and Jonas Obleser has a new pub­li­ca­tion in press at Jour­nal of Neuroscience.

Neural microstates gov­ern per­cep­tion of audi­tory input with­out rhyth­mic structure

by Henry, MJ, Her­mann, B, Obleser, J (in press). J Neurosci.

In devi­a­tion from Molly’s for­mer par­a­digms, we here aimed at bet­ter under­stand­ing the role of oscil­la­tory (as well as non-oscillatory) slow neural activ­ity in shap­ing audi­tory per­cep­tion when the stim­u­lus is devoid of any rhyth­mic structure.

For a change, the sig­nif­i­cance state­ment and a teaser fig­ure are shown below.

fluctuation

Abstract

04. December 2015 by Steven Kalinke
Categories: EEG / MEG, Neural Oscillations, Papers, Publications | Tags: , , , |

Jonas Obleser appointed as Action Edi­tor in “Brain and Language”

Jonas has just recently been appointed as new Action Edi­tor for the jour­nal “Brain and Lan­guage” (Edi­tor in Chief: Steven Small).

Brain and Lan­guage is a clas­sic, key jour­nal in the field push­ing the agenda of under­stand­ing the neu­ro­bi­o­log­i­cal foun­da­tions of lan­guage. Thanks in advance for your best submissions!

23. November 2015 by Jonas
Categories: Editorial Notes, Publications, Uncategorized |

[UPDATE] New review paper by Wilsch & Obleser in press: What works in audi­tory work­ing memory?

AC alumna Anna Wilsch (now Uni­ver­sity of Old­en­burg) has a new review paper in press in a spe­cial issue on audi­tory work­ing mem­ory, curated by Jochen Kaiser (Frank­furt) and Michael Brosch (Magde­burg) in “Brain Research”. We pro­vide a review on neural oscil­la­tory sig­na­tures of (var­i­ous forms of) audi­tory short-term memory.

Wilsch, A., Obleser, J. (in press). What works in audi­tory work­ing mem­ory? A neural oscil­la­tions per­spec­tive. Brain Research

Watch out for that spe­cial issue, as it will have an excel­lent ros­ter of col­leagues con­tribut­ing, and we are proud to be part of it.

The abstract is given below.

Abstract
[Update]

Check out the arti­cle online.

30. October 2015 by Steven Kalinke
Categories: Auditory Working Memory, Degraded Acoustics, EEG / MEG, Executive Functions, Neural Oscillations, Papers, Publications | Tags: , , , , , , , |

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