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There is much debate about the existence and function of neural oscillatory mechanisms in the auditory system. The frequency- following response (FFR) is an index of neural periodicity encoding that can provide a vehicle to study entrainment in frequency ranges relevant to speech and music processing. Criteria for entrainment include the presence o...
There is much debate about the existence and function of neural oscillatory entrainment mechanisms in the auditory system. The frequency-following response (FFR) is an index of neural periodicity encoding that can provide a vehicle to study entrainment in frequency ranges relevant to speech and music processing. Criteria for entrainment include the...
The ability to segregate target sounds in noisy backgrounds is relevant both to neuroscience and to clinical applications. Recent research suggests that hearing-in-noise (HIN) problems are solved using combinations of sub-skills that are applied according to task demand and information availability. While evidence is accumulating for a musician adv...
Research on cognition, attention and practice illustrates how important directing learners’ attention can be in the process of motor skill development. Effects of focus of attention (FOA) on human performance have been documented behaviorally and physiologically for the past 15 years (for a review, see Wulf, 2013; for EMG, see Lohse, Sherwood & Hea...
Our goal is to better understand the enhancements related to music training that are observed in the frequency following response (FFR). We use a multimodal approach that combines several imaging techniques (EEG, MEG and MRI) with machine-learning classifiers.