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Auditory Neurophysiology, Computational Neuroscience

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Our laboratory investigates the neural bases of sound processing in the human brain. We combine electrophysiology recordings (intracranial, scalp), behavioral paradigms, and statistical modeling methods to study the cortical dynamics of normal and impaired auditory perception.  We are interested in measuring and modeling variability in spatiotemporal cortical response patterns as a function of individual listening abilities and acoustic sound properties.  Current studies are investigating the role of high-frequency (>30 Hz) neural oscillations in human auditory perception.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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