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See you at SfN

Soci­ety for Neu­ro­science 2015 is com­ing up. Please come and check out our stuff! Also, Jonas will be chair­ing the sym­po­sium on cor­ti­cal encod­ing of com­plex sound (with talks by for­mer PhD stu­dent Julia Erb and for­mer Post­doc Björn Her­rmann) on tues­day … Con­tin­ue read­ing

16. October 2015 by Steven Kalinke
Categories: Editorial Notes, Events, Posters, Publications | Tags: , , , , , , |

2015 — Embrac­ing Change in the Obleser Lab

Time flies: The Audi­to­ry Cog­ni­tion group aka The Obleser Lab has just entered its fifth year. We took off prop­er­ly in ear­ly 2011, so this is a good point in time to briefly recap. We have had four excit­ing and … Con­tin­ue read­ing

09. February 2015 by Steven Kalinke
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Hooray for Dr. des. Julia Erb …

… the first PhD stu­dent from the Audi­to­ry Cog­ni­tion group, start­ed in Jan­u­ary 2011, to defend her PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) the­sis. Julia pre­sent­ed her work last thurs­day to the defense com­mit­tee, and will now move on to a great … Con­tin­ue read­ing

12. June 2014 by Steven Kalinke
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New paper in press: Erb & Obleser, Fron­tiers in Sys­tems Neuroscience

Julia Erb just got accept­ed the third study of her PhD project, Upreg­u­la­tion of cog­ni­tive con­trol net­works in old­er adults’ speech com­pre­hen­sion It will appear in Fron­tiers in Sys­tems Neu­ro­science soon. The data are an exten­sion (in old­er adults) of … Con­tin­ue read­ing

05. December 2013 by Jonas
Categories: Ageing, Auditory Neuroscience, Auditory Speech Processing, Clinical relevance, Degraded Acoustics, Executive Functions, fMRI, Hearing Loss, Noise-Vocoded Speech, Papers, Publications, Speech | Tags: , , , , |

Lis­ten­ing: The strat­e­gy mat­ters [Update]

In press on Neu­ropsy­cholo­gia Thal­a­m­ic and pari­etal brain mor­phol­o­gy pre­dicts audi­to­ry cat­e­go­ry learn­ing Cat­e­go­riz­ing sounds is vital for adap­tive human behav­ior. Accord­ing­ly, chang­ing lis­ten­ing sit­u­a­tions (exter­nal noise, but also periph­er­al hear­ing loss in aging) require lis­ten­ers to flex­i­bly adjust their cat­e­go­riza­tion … Con­tin­ue read­ing

24. September 2013 by Dr. Mathias Scharinger
Categories: Auditory Neuroscience, Auditory Perception, Degraded Acoustics, Executive Functions, Papers, Publications | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

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