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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!
Based on Malte’s recent J Neurosci study, Jonas did a brief interview for German radio detektor.fm today and talked listening effort, digital phone lines, noise reduction, and next-generation hearing aids with host Teresa Nehm. (In German only.)
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 … Continue reading
Congratulation to PhD student Malte Wöstmann, who – with Erich Schröger and Jonas Obleser – has a new article in press at the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Acoustic detail guides attention allocation in a selective listening task forthcoming. We will update … Continue reading