Neu­ro­science 2012 Posters and Talks

Dear friends and colleagues, SfN Participants!

Please go and check out our posters in New Orleans this year.
It’s all happening in the Monday (15 October) AM posters session, plus a bit of Tuesday AM, and one talk on monday AM as well. Thanks for your support!

TALK MONDAY AM, 10:30
321.11 - Selective attention to auditory temporal features separates domain-general from timing-specific functions
*M. J. HENRY, J. OBLESER;
(in the Nanosymposium 321. “Timing and Temporal Processing I”)

MONDAY AM POSTER SESSION
366.05/FF7 - Alpha-band activity reflects trade-off between temporal preparedness and cognitive load for speech in noise
*A. WILSCH, M. J. HENRY, B. MAESS, J. OBLESER

368.10/II3 - Cortical dynamics and subcortical morphology predict rapid adaptation to changing spectro-temporal cues
*M. SCHARINGER, M. J. HENRY, J. ERB, J. OBLESER

368.14/II7 - Perceptual adaptation to degraded speech: Tuning in cortical and subcortical brain structures
*J. ERB, M. J. HENRY1, F. EISNER, J. OBLESER

368.21/II14 - Slow frequency modulation entrains neural delta oscillations and determines human listening behavior
M. J. HENRY, *J. OBLESER

TUESDAY AM POSTER SESSION
595.14/CCC5 - Within-subject alpha power is negatively correlated with subjective intelligibility - A study of degraded word comprehension in MEG.
*C. MCGETTIGAN, S. KOTZ, B. MAESS, S. SCOTT, J. OBLESER

595.23/CCC14 - Functional lateralization of the inferior frontal gyrus during sentence processing: The influence of structural lateralization and handedness
*L. MEYER, J. OBLESER, A. D. FRIEDERICI

13. October 2012 by Jonas
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