AC alumna Anna Wilsch has a new paper in press in Neuroimage, with Toralf Neuling, Jonas Obleser, and Christoph Herrmann: “Transcranial alternating current stimulation with speech envelopes modulates speech comprehension”. In this proof-of-concept–like paper, we demonstrate that using the speech envelope as a “pilot signal” for electrically stimulating the human brain, while a listener tries to comprehend that speech signal buried in noise, does modulate the listener’s speech–in–noise comprehension abilities.
SNAP 2017 took place on December 8 and 9 in Lübeck, Germany.
Nine internationally esteemed speakers and in total more than sixty researchers from all over Europe, Canada and the US made the second Signal and Noise Along the Auditory Pathway workshop a memorable occasion in auditory neuroscience.
Thanks to everybody for coming out!, and see you all again for SNAP 2019, at a location to be announced.
Now available online:
SNAP 2017 is drawing closer. Get ready and take a look at the program: