Jyothirmayi Vadlamudi

Jyothirmayi Vadlamudi
Université Catholique de Louvain - UCLouvain | UCLouvain · Medical Sciences

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Introduction
Jyothirmayi Vadlamudi currently works at the Faculty of Medical Sciences at Université Catholique de Louvain. Jyothirmayi does research in Neuropsychology and Cognitive Science.
Additional affiliations
February 2017 - present
Université Catholique de Louvain - UCLouvain
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2014 - October 2016
Università degli Studi di Trento
Position
  • Master's Student

Publications

Publications (6)
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Visual deprivation triggers enhanced dependence on auditory representation. It was suggested that (auditory) temporal regions sharpen their response to sounds in visually deprived people. In contrast with such view, we show that the coding of sound categories is enhanced in the occipital but, importantly, reduced in the temporal cortex of early and...
Article
The ability to compute the location and direction of sounds is a crucial perceptual skill to efficiently interact with dynamic environments. How the human brain implements spatial hearing is, however, poorly understood. In our study, we used fMRI to characterize the brain activity of male and female humans listening to sounds moving left, right, up...
Preprint
The ability to compute the location and direction of sounds is a crucial perceptual skill to efficiently interact with dynamic environments. How the human brain implements spatial hearing is however poorly understood. In our study, we used fMRI to characterize the brain activity of male and female humans listening to left, right, up and down moving...
Article
Dinucleotide usage is known to vary in the genomes of organisms. The dinucleotide usage profiles or genome signatures are similar for sequence samples taken from the same genome, but are different for taxonomically distant species. This concept of genome signatures has been used to study several organisms including viruses, to elucidate the signatu...
Conference Paper
Introduction: An enduring query in systems neuroscience is the effect of chemical modulators on neural processing and cognitive behavior. We study here these effects under two basal monoamine modulator inputs: noradrenergic and melatonic activations. In the latter, we study the modulation of word-association under noradrenergic-epinephnergic activ...

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