Category Archives for Auditory Working Memory
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!
[UPDATE] New review paper by Wilsch & Obleser in press: What works in auditory working memory?
AC alumna Anna Wilsch (now University of Oldenburg) has a new review paper in press in a special issue on auditory working memory, curated by Jochen Kaiser (Frankfurt) and Michael Brosch (Magdeburg) in “Brain Research”. We provide a review on … Continue reading
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 Herrmann, Bjoern C63 … Continue reading
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. … Continue reading
When we listen to sounds like speech and music, we have to make sense of different acoustic features that vary simultaneously along multiple time scales. This means that we, as listeners, have to selectively attend to, but at the same … Continue reading