Eye movement related eardrum oscillations: How our brains keep our ears in the loop about visual context
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Cognitive, Auditory, and Neural Bases of Language and Speech
Jenni Groh, Ph.D.
Research in the SPACE laboratory is devoted to investigating neural representations of space. We combine theoretical/computational and experimental approaches to study how our brains encode the locations of sights and sounds and how the brain performs computations on different sensory inputs to permit communication between the senses despite a shifting relationship between the eyes and ears across eye movements. We are developing new theories of neural representations to address shortcomings in the prevailing dogma regarding how sensory information is encoded in neural activity patterns. Please write to email@example.com for Zoom access
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