Category Archives for Adaptive Control
New paper in The Journal of Neuroscience: Wilsch et al.., Temporal expectation modulates the cortical dynamics of short-term memory
Congratulations to Obleserlab alumna Anna Wilsch, who is – for now – leaving academia on a true high with her latest offering on how temporal expectations (“foreknowledge” about when something is to happen) shape the neural make-up of memory! Recorded … Continue reading
Obleserlab postdoc Mohsen Alavash and Obleserlab Alumna Sung-Joo Lim are in press at Neuroimage! They argue with data from a placebo-controlled dopaminergic intervention study that BOLD signal variability and the functional connectome are surprisingly clearly affected by L-Dopa, and (ii) … Continue reading
Postdoc position in the Obleser lab, in the ERC-funded project “Audadapt” — deadline for applications very soon! (Nov 30 2017). Check out all applications details here!
Here comes a new paper in Nature Communications by former AC postdoc Molly Henry, with former fellow postdoc AC alumnus Björn Herrmann, our tireless lab manager, Dunja Kunke, and myself! It is a late (to us quite important) result from our lab’s … Continue reading
Auditory Cognition’s own Malte Wöstmann is in press in Cerebral Cortex with his latest offering on how attentional control manifests in alpha power changes: Ignoring speech can be beneficial (if comprehending speech potentially detracts from another task), and we here show … Continue reading