Proud to announce that our postdocs Molly Henry and Björn Herrmann just came out with a review/op piece in the Journal of Neuroscience “journal club” section, where only grad students or postdocs are allowed to author short review pieces.
A Precluding Role of Low-Frequency Oscillations for Auditory Perception in a Continuous Processing Mode
The Journal of Neuroscience, 5 December 2012, 32(49): 17525–17527; doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.4456–12.2012
Molly and Björn review (and comment on) an important paper by our friends and colleagues Christoph Kayser and Benedikt Ng in the same journal. Essentially, they argue for the distinction of a continuous from an oscillatory processing mode in listening, and provide tentative explanations of why sometimes misses might be more modulated by neural oscillatory phase than hits. Congrats, guys!
- Henry MJ, Herrmann B. A precluding role of low-frequency oscillations for auditory perception in a continuous processing mode. J Neurosci. 2012 Dec 5;32(49):17525–7. PMID: 23223276. [Open with Read]