Category Archives for Publications

Jonas as a guest on the Lan­guage Neu­ro­science Pod­cast

Episode 4 of the Lan­guage Neu­ro­science Pod­cast. Ever won­dered about the role of neur­al oscil­la­tions & neur­al entrain­ment in speech & lan­guage? Well I have… so I invit­ed the great @jonasobleser to come talk about it. I real­ly enjoyed this … Con­tin­ue read­ing

11. March 2021 by Jonas
Categories: Auditory Neuroscience, Auf deutsch, Media, Perception, Publications, Speech |

New Per­spec­tive paper in Neu­ron by Waschke et al.

We are excit­ed to share that for­mer Oble­ser­lab PhD stu­dent Leo Waschke, togeth­er with his new (Doug Gar­rett, Niels Kloost­er­man) and old (Jonas Obleser) lab has pub­lished an in-depth per­spec­tive piece in Neu­ron, with the provoca­tive title “Behav­ior need neur­al vari­abil­i­ty”. … Con­tin­ue read­ing

24. February 2021 by Felix Greuling
Categories: Ageing, EEG / MEG, fMRI, Papers, Publications |

New paper in eLife: Erb et al., Tem­po­ral selec­tiv­i­ty declines in the aging human audi­to­ry cor­tex

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Oble­ser­lab post­doc Julia Erb for her new paper to appear in eLife, “Tem­po­ral selec­tiv­i­ty declines in the aging human audi­to­ry cor­tex”. It’s a trope that old­er lis­ten­ers strug­gle more in com­pre­hend­ing speech (think of Pro­fes­sor Tour­nesol in the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

03. July 2020 by Jonas
Categories: Ageing, Auditory Cortex, Auditory Neuroscience, Auditory Perception, fMRI, Hearing Loss, Papers, Perception, Psychology, Publications |

New paper in press in elife: Waschke et al.

Oble­ser­lab senior PhD stu­dent Leo Waschke, along­side co-authors Sarah Tune and Jonas Obleser, has a new paper in eLife. The pro­cess­ing of sen­so­ry infor­ma­tion from our envi­ron­ment is not con­stant but rather varies with changes in ongo­ing brain activ­i­ty, or … Con­tin­ue read­ing

09. January 2020 by Felix Greuling
Categories: Auditory Neuroscience, Auditory Perception, EEG / MEG, Papers, Perception, Uncategorized |

New paper in press in the Jour­nal of Neu­ro­science

Wöst­mann, Alavash and Obleser demon­strate that alpha oscil­la­tions in the human brain imple­ment dis­trac­tor sup­pres­sion inde­pen­dent of tar­get selec­tion. In the­o­ry, the abil­i­ty to selec­tive­ly focus on rel­e­vant objects in our envi­ron­ment bases on selec­tion of tar­gets and sup­pres­sion of … Con­tin­ue read­ing

09. November 2019 by Jonas
Categories: Attention, Auditory Neuroscience, Neural Oscillations, Papers, Psychology, Uncategorized |

Jonas pre­sent­ed for the KIND Hörs­tiftung in Berlin (Video)

Im Feb­ru­ar hat­te ich die Ehre, für die Kind Hörs­tiftung auf deren 2019er Sym­po­sium in Berlin unsere Arbeit­en zur Vorher­sage des Hör­erfol­gs exem­plar­isch anhand einiger unser­er Stu­di­en all­ge­mein­ver­ständlich zu beleucht­en. Ein 25-minütiges Video dieses Vor­trags ist jet­zt online. (In Feb­ru­ary, … Con­tin­ue read­ing

07. August 2019 by Jonas
Categories: Adaptive Control, Auditory Neuroscience, Auditory Speech Processing, Auf deutsch, Events, Executive Functions, Hearing Loss, Media, Speech |

New paper in press in the Jour­nal of Cog­ni­tive Neu­ro­science

Wöst­mann, Schmitt and Obleser demon­strate that clos­ing the eyes enhances the atten­tion­al mod­u­la­tion of neur­al alpha pow­er but does not affect behav­iour­al per­for­mance in two lis­ten­ing tasks Does clos­ing the eyes enhance our abil­i­ty to lis­ten atten­tive­ly? In fact, many … Con­tin­ue read­ing

20. March 2019 by Jonathan Mortensen
Categories: Attention, Auditory Cortex, Auditory Speech Processing, Papers, Psychology, Publications, Speech |

Jonas appoint­ed review­ing edi­tor for The Jour­nal of Neu­ro­science

Hap­py and enor­mous­ly hon­oured to start my tenure as a @JNeuroscience review­ing edi­tor! — Jonas Obleser (@jonasobleser) Jan­u­ary 3, 2019 After three very inter­est­ing and instruc­tive years as a han­dling edi­tor for Neu­roim­age, I have just accept­ed an invi­ta­tion … Con­tin­ue read­ing

04. January 2019 by Jonas
Categories: Events, Media, Uncategorized |

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