The Obleser lab will be presenting four posters at this year’s Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society in Boston.
If you happen to be there, come check us out!
A125 — Hemodynamic signatures of (mis-)perceiving temporal change
C63 — Temporal predictability attenuates decay in sensory memory
We welcome Sung-Joo Lim (KR) & Alex Brandmeyer (US) as new postdoctoral researchers in the group.
Sung-Joo very recently received her Ph.D. from the Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (US), after
Investigating the Neural Basis of Sound Category Learning within a Naturalistic Incidental Task
Alex very recently received his Ph.D. from the Radboud University of Nijmegen (NL), addressing his thesis topic with
Wishing you all the best.
Quite recently Cerebral Cortex published
Alpha Oscillatory Dynamics Index Temporal Expectation Benefits in Working Memory
by Anna Wilsch, Molly J Henry, Björn Herrmann, Burkhard Maess, and Jonas Obleser.
Check the abstract below or follow that link to get the full article.
On this years SPIN (Speech in Noise) workshop in Marseille, our very own Malte Wöstmann received the Colin Cherry Best Poster Award, elected by workshop attendees.
Judge for yourself and check out the Poster (PDF) here.
Björn Herrmann has yet another paper in press in the Journal of Neuroscience!
The paper is now available online free of charge, and—funnily enough—appeared right on January 1, 2014.