Category Archives for Evoked Activity
Auditory Cognition’s own Malte Wöstmann is in press in Cerebral Cortex with his latest offering on how attentional control manifests in alpha power changes: Ignoring speech can be beneficial (if comprehending speech potentially detracts from another task), and we here show … Continue reading
Very proud: PhD student Lorenz Fiedler goes live (pre-peer-review) with his work of predicting the focus of attention in single-channel/forward models in in-ear EEG! Here is the preprint of the paper, which now will undergo peer-review. Thanks for checking it out!
Congratulation to PhD student Malte Wöstmann, who – with Erich Schröger and Jonas Obleser – has a new article in press at the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Acoustic detail guides attention allocation in a selective listening task forthcoming. We will update … Continue reading
Björn Herrmann has yet another paper in press in the Journal of Neuroscience! Dynamic Range Adaptation to Spectral Stimulus Statistics in Human Auditory Cortex The paper is now available online free of charge, and—funnily enough—appeared right on January 1, 2014. References … Continue reading
Auditory filter width affects response magnitude but not frequency specificity in auditory cortex This is fantastic news on a friday morning: Obleser lab Postdoc Björn Herrmann teamed up with his fellow Postdocs Mathias Scharinger and Molly Henry to study how … Continue reading