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What's what in auditory cortices?

Chrysa Retsa, Pawel J. Matusz, Jan W.H. Schnupp, Micah M. Murray
2018 NeuroImage  
As early as 90ms post-stimulus onset, AEP topographies differed across 'what' conditions, supporting a functional subsegregation within the auditory 'what' pathway.  ...  follow from changes in the configuration of underlying sources.  ...  In the former study, traditional univariate analyses did not reveal distinct pitch and timbre processing within auditory cortices.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.04.028 pmid:29678759 fatcat:imtjwgfixvg7be5v6veeydvq6q

Cortical cartography: what's in a map?

Nicholas Swindale
2001 Current Biology  
in visual, auditory and somatosensory cortices referred to above.  ...  Superimposed maps of different auditory stimulus properties have been described in auditory cortex.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0960-9822(01)00464-x pmid:11591331 fatcat:4pqjydq5unhtxknhpetu4v2hzy

Cortical state and attention

Kenneth D. Harris, Alexander Thiele
2011 Nature Reviews Neuroscience  
This article will focus on two experimental approaches by which the control of cortical information processing has been investigated: the study of state-dependent cortical processing in rodents and attention  ...  in the primate visual system.  ...  What causes changes in cortical state?  ... 
doi:10.1038/nrn3084 pmid:21829219 pmcid:PMC3324821 fatcat:akkvksuwgzfxhkixur53heczq4

Cortical asymmetries in speech perception: what's wrong, what's right and what's left?

Carolyn McGettigan, Sophie K. Scott
2012 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
The approaches of Zatorre and Poeppel both clearly associate left auditory fields with a sensitivity to temporal or rapid information. However this may be an inaccurate characterization of speech. 1.  ...  In turn, 'temporal' has been used in a variety of senses; Efron [5] used the concept of time to point out that phonemes need to be heard in the right order to result in meaningful speech, while Tallal  ...  Conclusions: What's right, and what's left?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2012.04.006 pmid:22521208 pmcid:PMC4083255 fatcat:32h3k7nemnd7pgbsmz7oyli72m

Balancing exogenous and endogenous cortical rhythms for speech and language requires a lot of entraining: a commentary on Meyer, Sun & Martin (2020)

Ashley Glen Lewis
2020 Language, Cognition and Neuroscience  
to primary sensory (in this case auditory) cortices.  ...  auditory cortices?  ... 
doi:10.1080/23273798.2020.1734640 fatcat:kumo72erlve43djqilpggopfqy

DMT alters cortical travelling waves

Andrea Alamia, Christopher Timmermann, Rufin VanRullen, Robin L Carhart-Harris
2020 eLife  
Consistent with our hypotheses, results revealed a spatio-temporal pattern of cortical activation (i.e., travelling waves) similar to that elicited by visual stimulation.  ...  What’s the relationship between FW and BW waves?  ...  What about situations where anterior-posterior differences are found in the δ band (Alexander et al., 2006; 2009)? Or if directional results were in another band?  ... 
doi:10.7554/elife.59784 fatcat:dtbnkorjenbgzbczf32c4fhy4u

DMT alters cortical travelling waves [article]

Andrea Alamia, Christopher Timmermann, Rufin VanRullen, Robin Carhart-Harris
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
In the present study, we investigated the electrophysiological correlates of the DMT-induced altered state, by recording EEG signals from a pool of participants receiving DMT and (separately) placebo (  ...  Consistent with our prior hypotheses, results revealed a spatio-temporal pattern of cortical activation (i.e., travelling waves) similar to that elicited by visual stimulation.  ...  What's the relationship between FW and BW waves?  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.05.06.080937 fatcat:l7ofemkalbgankyv2nk46r4gha

The Theory of Localist Representation and of a Purely Abstract Cognitive System: The Evidence from Cortical Columns, Category Cells, and Multisensory Neurons

Asim Roy
2017 Frontiers in Psychology  
In neuroscience, columns in the neocortex (cortical columns) are understood to be a basic functional/computational unit.  ...  After an initial review of some basic concepts, the paper reviews the data from single cell recordings -in cortical columns and of category-selective and multisensory neurons.  ...  a strong vertical organization in some regions such as the somatosensory, auditory, and visual cortices.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00186 pmid:28261127 pmcid:PMC5311062 fatcat:kc5yys4nyfashnqwk3mmapoi3y

Effects of traumatic brain injury on a virtual reality social problem solving task and relations to cortical thickness in adolescence

Gerri Hanten, Lori Cook, Kimberley Orsten, Sandra B. Chapman, Xiaoqi Li, Elisabeth A. Wilde, Kathleen P. Schnelle, Harvey S. Levin
2011 Neuropsychologia  
The relation of task performance to cortical thickness of specific brain regions was also explored, with significant relations found with orbitofrontal regions, the frontal pole, the cuneus, and the temporal  ...  In each scenario, processing load condition was varied in terms of number of characters and amount of information.  ...  What's a good time for you to work on this and have no distractions?'  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2010.12.007 pmid:21147137 pmcid:PMC3039308 fatcat:o4scbsrwpfdybat2kquocxhjwu

Backwards is the way forward: Feedback in the cortical hierarchy predicts the expected future

Lars Muckli, Lucy S. Petro, Fraser W. Smith
2013 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
What's the difference? What makes our manifest image manifest (to us)?  ...  What are the potential effects of such stacked and transmissible designer environments upon prediction-driven learning in cortical hierarchies?  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x12002361 pmid:23663531 fatcat:d7iicta6qfau5cb3znkiwtk4g4

Cortical Engagement Metrics During Reactive Balance Are Associated With Distinct Aspects of Balance Behavior in Older Adults

Jacqueline A. Palmer, Aiden M. Payne, Lena H. Ting, Michael R. Borich
2021 Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience  
Our results support motor cortical beta activity as a potential biomarker for individual level of balance challenge and implicate prefrontal-motor cortical networks in distinct aspects of balance control  ...  Using electroencephalography, we assessed motor cortical beta power, and beta coherence during balance reactions to perturbations in older adults.  ...  Aerobic training as a means to enhance inhibition: what’s yet to be studied? Eur. Rev. Aging Phys.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnagi.2021.684743 fatcat:5vewgurms5hnpo7dza5dzkcw4q

Page 271 of Journal of the American Academy of Audiology Vol. 20, Issue 4 [page]

2009 Journal of the American Academy of Audiology  
Ross B, Fujioka T, Tremblay KL, Picton TW. (2007) Aging in binaural hearing begins in mid-life: evidence from cortical auditory-evoked responses to changes in interaural phase.  ...  Musiek FE, Shinn JB, Jirsa R, Bamiou D-E, Baran JA, Zaidan E. (2005) GIN (Gaps-In-Noise) test performance in subjects with confirmed central auditory nervous system involvement. Ear Hear 26:608-618.  ... 

Insight into Brain Development from Animal Vocalization Studies

E. Jarvis
2011 ILAR journal  
Oxytocin adminis tered centrally facilitates formation of a partner preference in prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). J Neuroendocrin 6:247-250.  ...  Oxytocin increases trust in humans. Nature 435:673-676. Ross HE, LJ Young. 2009. Oxytocin and the neural mechanisms regulating social cognition and affiliative behavior.  ...  What I am arguing is that we humans have inherited an auditory pathway-I haven't gotten to the details of thisthat shares a common ancestry with the auditory systems in song-learning birds.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ilar.52.suppl_1.524 fatcat:pqlotpsmx5eyzp7fdo6qcspcgy

Is the auditory evoked P2 response a biomarker of learning?

Kelly L. Tremblay, Bernhard Ross, Kayo Inoue, Katrina McClannahan, Gregory Collet
2014 Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience  
What's more, these effects are retained for months. Changes in P2 amplitude were attributed to changes in neural activity associated with the acquisition process and not the learned outcome itself.  ...  To better define how auditory training impacts brain and behavior, electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) have been used to determine the time course and coincidence of cortical  ...  What's more, the P2 effects might not even be auditory specific.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnsys.2014.00028 pmid:24600358 pmcid:PMC3929834 fatcat:32nnaafxlvhwbm2mxpswawj7xu

What's right about the neural organization of sign language? A perspective on recent neuroimaging results

G Hickok, U Bellugi, E S Klima
1998 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
Why are canonical auditory-related cortices involved in processing ASL? Why not visual-related cortices?  ...  Fig. 2 2 Group data showing cortical regions activated in language tasks.  ... 
pmid:21227293 fatcat:546bc5jlgzc6vjb6qhdug52qmy
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