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Alumna Dr. Antje Strauß just got another paper on: Alpha Phase Determines Successful Lexical Decision in Noise by Antje Strauß, Molly Henry, Mathias Scharinger, and Jonas Obleser appeared in Journal of Neuroscience. Check the abstract below;
Time flies: The Auditory Cognition group aka The Obleser Lab has just entered its fifth year. We took off properly in early 2011, so this is a good point in time to briefly recap. We have had four exciting and … Continue reading
Congratulations to just-graduated former AC PhD student and fresh GIPSA/Grenoble Postdoc Antje Strauß, who today had the last data set from her PhD thesis accepted as a paper in The Journal of Neuroscience. We are all very happy! The paper is … Continue reading
It’s only a week ago that we updated you about Antje’s latest publication at NeuroImage. Today, there is a another one coming in; Antje’s, Malte’s & Jonas’ perspective article on cortical alpha oscillations is in press at frontiers in HUMAN … Continue reading
We are very happy to announce that PhD student Antje Strauß got her paper Alpha and theta brain oscillations index dissociable processes in spoken word recognition accepted at NeuroImage. Congratulations! Find her paper here. References Strauβ A1, Kotz SA2, Scharinger … Continue reading
On this years SPIN (Speech in Noise) workshop in Marseille, our very own Malte Wöstmann received the Colin Cherry Best Poster Award, elected by workshop attendees. Judge for yourself and check out the Poster (PDF) here.