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BRAMS Journal Club – Jaakko Kauramaeki

Jaakko Karamaeki (Schoenwiesner Lab) will present the article: Holdgraf, C. R., De Heer, W., Pasley, B., Rieger, J., Crone, N., Lin, J. J., … & Theunissen, F. E. (2016). Rapid tuning shifts in human auditory cortex enhance speech intelligibility. Nature Communications, 7(1), 1-15.

Significance: Experience shapes our perception of the world on a moment-to-moment basis. This robust perceptual effect of experience parallels a change in the neural representation of stimulus features, though the nature of this representation and its plasticity are not well-understood. Spectrotemporal receptive field (STRF) mapping describes the neural response to acoustic features and has been used to study contextual effects on auditory receptive fields in animal models.

Organizers:

Megha Sharda, Postdoctoral Fellow, Auditory Brain and Cognitive Development Laboratory, Dept. of Psychology, University of Montreal, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University

Eva Nadon, Ph.D. Candidate in Neuropsychology – Research and Intervention, University of Montreal

Date

Feb 13 2017
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Time

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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$0

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BRAMS
1430 boul. Mont Royal
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