Although single neuron spiking has important coding properties, collective neuronal behaviour as reflected by oscillatory activity signal phenomena reflecting the temporal/spatial integration of spiking activity. We explore how neural oscillations contribute to auditory processing with an emphasis on speech. Owing to its quasi-rhythmicity speech interacts with the oscillatory behaviour of neuronal cortical population, which provides an interesting way to mobilize collective neural activity. We explore the multiple roles of neural oscillations in speech processing, in particular in speech parsing, speech coding, code transformation and directional multiplexing.
Combining predictive coding and neural oscillations enables online syllable recognition in natural speech.
Concurrent EEG- and fMRI-derived functional connectomes exhibit linked dynamics.
Converging intracortical signatures of two separated processing timescales in human early auditory cortex.
Using Coherence-based spectro-spatial filters for stimulus features prediction from electro-corticographic recordings.
Faculté de médecine
Université de Genève