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[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
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
A new paper on Slow-delta phase concentration marks improved temporal expectations based on the passage of time by AC PhD Anna Wilsch, alumni postdocs Molly Henry & Björn Herrmann, AC head Jonas Obleser along with Burkhard Maess appeared in Psychophysiology. Check the online source, or take … Continue reading
Some days ago the Max Planck Society put out a news feature on our most recent Journal of Neuroscience paper (see our post): Aufmerksam zuhören — Hirn-Wellen zeigen Mühen des Hörens im Alter an It nicely wraps up Malte’s experiment on alpha dynamics in younger … Continue reading
New paper in press in the Journal of Neuroscience: Wöstmann, Herrmann, Wilsch, & Obleser [UPDATED #2]
Congratulations to AC PhD student Malte Wöstmann for his newly accepted paper in the Journal of Neuroscience! Wöstmann M, Herrmann B, Wilsch A, & Obleser J. Neural alpha dynamics in younger and older listeners reflect acoustic challenges and predictive benefits J … Continue reading