New paper in press: Hen­ry & Obleser, PLOS ONE [Update]

Watch this space and the PLOS ONE web­site for a forth­com­ing arti­cle by Mol­ly Hen­ry and me;

Dis­so­cia­ble neur­al response sig­na­tures for slow ampli­tude and fre­quen­cy mod­u­la­tion in human audi­to­ry cor­tex

Hark­ing back at what we had argued ini­tial­ly in our 2012 Fron­tiers op’ed piece (togeth­er with Björn Her­rmann), Mol­ly presents neat evi­dence for dis­so­cia­ble cor­ti­cal sig­na­tures of slow ampli­tude ver­sus fre­quen­cy mod­u­la­tion. These cor­ti­cal sig­na­tures poten­tial­ly pro­vide an effi­cient means to dis­sect simul­ta­ne­ous­ly com­mu­ni­cat­ed slow tem­po­ral and spec­tral infor­ma­tion in acoustic com­mu­ni­ca­tion sig­nals.

[Update]

Paper is avail­able here.

Ref­er­ences

  • Hen­ry MJ, Obleser J. Dis­so­cia­ble neur­al response sig­na­tures for slow ampli­tude and fre­quen­cy mod­u­la­tion in human audi­to­ry cor­tex. PLoS One. 2013 Oct 29;8(10):e78758. PMID: 24205309. [Open with Read]

04. October 2013 by Jonas
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