Category Archives for Neur­al Oscil­la­tions

New fea­turette in eLife: Tell me some­thing I don’t know

For those inter­est­ed in audi­to­ry cor­tex and how a regime of pre­dic­tions, pre­dic­tion updates and sur­prise (a ver­sion of “pre­dic­tion error”) might be imple­ment­ed there, I con­tributed a brief fea­turette (“insight”, they call it) to eLife on a recent paper … Con­tin­ue read­ing

26. April 2016 by Jonas
Categories: Auditory Cortex, Auditory Perception, Media, Neural Oscillations, Papers, Publications, Uncategorized |

[UPDATE] New paper in PNAS: Spa­tiotem­po­ral dynam­ics of audi­to­ry atten­tion syn­chro­nize with speech, Woest­mann et al.

Wöst­mann, Her­rmann, Maess and Obleser demon­strate that the hemi­spher­ic lat­er­al­iza­tion of neur­al alpha oscil­la­tions mea­sured in the mag­ne­toen­cephalo­gram (MEG) syn­chro­nizes with the speech sig­nal and pre­dicts lis­ten­ers’ speech com­pre­hen­sion. Now avail­able online: http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2016/03/18/1523357113 Press release: https://www.uni-luebeck.de/forschung/aktuelles-zur-forschung/aktuelles-zur-forschung/artikel/aufmerksamkeit-in-wellen-erfolgreich-zuhoeren-im-rhythmus-der-sprache.html

26. February 2016 by Jonas
Categories: Auditory Cortex, Auditory Neuroscience, Auditory Perception, Auditory Speech Processing, Editorial Notes, EEG / MEG, Executive Functions, Neural Oscillations, Neural Phase, Papers, Publications, Speech, Uncategorized |

Herb­st & Lan­dau on Rhythms for cog­ni­tion: the case of tem­po­ral pro­cess­ing

In an invit­ed review in Cur­rent Opin­ion in Behav­ioral Sci­ences, Sophie Herb­st and Ayelet Lan­dau (The Hebrew Uni­ver­si­ty of Jerusalem) dis­cuss the role of spon­ta­neous and stimulus-evoked neur­al oscil­la­tions in tem­po­ral pro­cess­ing. Now avail­able online: http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1SZuN8MqMiN8Ar

22. February 2016 by Steven Kalinke
Categories: EEG / MEG, Neural Oscillations, Posters, Publications | Tags: , , , |

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). 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). … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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

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