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    • A neurophysiological study into the foundations of tonal harmony. 

      Bergelson, Elika; Idsardi, William J (Neuroreport, 2009-02-18)
      Our findings provide magnetoencephalographic evidence that the mismatch-negativity response to two-note chords (dyads) is modulated by a combination of abstract cognitive differences and lower-level differences in the auditory ...
    • Computational inference of neural information flow networks. 

      Smith, V Anne; Yu, Jing; Smulders, Tom V; Hartemink, Alexander J; Jarvis, Erich D (PLoS Comput Biol, 2006-11-24)
      Determining how information flows along anatomical brain pathways is a fundamental requirement for understanding how animals perceive their environments, learn, and behave. Attempts to reveal such neural information flow ...
    • Distress tolerance to auditory feedback and functional connectivity with the auditory cortex. 

      Addicott, Merideth A; Daughters, Stacey B; Strauman, Timothy J; Appelbaum, L Gregory (Psychiatry research. Neuroimaging, 2018-12)
      Distress tolerance is the capacity to withstand negative affective states in pursuit of a goal. Low distress tolerance may bias an individual to avoid or escape experiences that induce affective distress, but the neural ...
    • Imagery and retrieval of auditory and visual information: neural correlates of successful and unsuccessful performance. 

      Huijbers, Willem; Pennartz, Cyriel MA; Rubin, David C; Daselaar, Sander M (Neuropsychologia, 2011-06)
      Remembering past events - or episodic retrieval - consists of several components. There is evidence that mental imagery plays an important role in retrieval and that the brain regions supporting imagery overlap with those ...
    • Single neurons may encode simultaneous stimuli by switching between activity patterns. 

      Caruso, Valeria C; Mohl, Jeff T; Glynn, Christopher; Lee, Jungah; Willett, Shawn M; Zaman, Azeem; Ebihara, Akinori F; ... (11 authors) (Nature communications, 2018-07-13)
      How the brain preserves information about multiple simultaneous items is poorly understood. We report that single neurons can represent multiple stimuli by interleaving signals across time. We record single units in an auditory ...