New paper out: Pat­terns of vow­el and con­so­nant sen­si­tiv­i­ty

Dear fol­low­ers of the slow­ly emerg­ing Obleser lab, I am glad to present to you a new paper that was pub­lished last week: “Seg­re­ga­tion of vow­els and con­so­nants in human audi­to­ry cor­tex: Evi­dence for dis­trib­uted hier­ar­chi­cal orga­ni­za­tion” by Jonas Obleser,…

New arti­cles

May I humbly point you to three new arti­cles I had the hon­our to be involved in recent­ly. First­ly, Chris Petkov, Nikos Logo­thetis and I have put togeth­er a very broad overview over what we think is the cur­rent take…

Obleser & Eis­ner in Trends Cogn Sci (in press) avail­able

My year in sci­ence 2008 finds a sat­is­fy­ing end­ing by see­ing the fruits of my col­league Dr. Frank Eisner’s (cur­rent­ly ICN / UCL) and my own year­long efforts online. Our opin­ion piece on how the prob­lem of pre-lex­i­­cal abstrac­tion of…

Talk at the Soci­ety for Neu­ro­science Meet­ing, Wash­ing­ton, DC on Wednes­day

If you hap­pen to be at SfN this week, you might want to check out my short pre­sen­ta­tion on a recent study [1] we did: What do spec­tral (fre­quen­­cy-domain) and tem­po­ral (time-domain) fea­tures real­ly con­tribute to speech com­pre­hen­sion process­es in…