Kuwook Cha, Ph.D.

I study the relationship of ongoing/spontaneous activity and sensory (mostly, auditory) feature representation in human brains. Upon my finding of preferred frequency-dependent correlation of intrinsic activity in human auditory cortex, I have sought to know the role of this organized functional connectivity (correlated intrinsic activity) in auditory processing. I am also interested in a range of cognitive neurophysiological topics such as decision-making, affect, communication, etc., and theoretical modeling.

icon Affiliation: Montreal Neurological Institue

icon University: McGill University

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