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Speech-in-noise representation in the aging midbrain and cortex: Effects of hearing loss

her help in collecting data and Natalia Lapinskaya for excellent technical support. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Alessandro Presacco, Jonathan Z. Simon, Samira Anderson. Data curation ... : Alessandro Presacco. Formal analysis: Alessandro Presacco. Funding acquisition: Alessandro Presacco, Jonathan Z. Simon, Samira Anderson. Investigation: Alessandro Presacco, Jonathan Z. Simon, Samira Anderson

Dynamic cortical representations of perceptual filling-in for missing acoustic rhythm

journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Jonathan Z. Simon in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Contributions F.C.C. conceived, designed, and performed the experiments, analyzed the ... . Corresponding author Correspondence to Jonathan Z. Simon. Electronic supplementary material Supplementary Information Rights and permissions Open Access This article is licensed under a Creative Commons

Investigating the Neural Correlates of a Streaming Percept in an Informational-Masking Paradigm

Humans routinely segregate a complex acoustic scene into different auditory streams, through the extraction of bottom-up perceptual cues and the use of top-down selective attention. To determine the neural mechanisms underlying this process, neural responses obtained through magnetoencephalography (MEG) were correlated with behavioral performance in the context of an...

Interaction between Attention and Bottom-Up Saliency Mediates the Representation of Foreground and Background in an Auditory Scene

. Simon 0 Timothy D. Griffiths, Newcastle University Medical School, United Kingdom 0 1 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Johns Hopkins University , Baltimore , Maryland, United States of

Neural Response Correlates of Detection of Monaurally and Binaurally Created Pitches in Humans

Recent magnetoencephalography (MEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of human auditory cortex are pointing to brain areas on lateral Heschl's gyrus as the ‘pitch-processing center’. Here we describe results of a combined MEG-psychophysical study designed to investigate the timing of the formation of the percept of pitch and the generality of the hypothesized...