How is auditory information integrated with cognitive processes?
Professor Yale Cohen is an otorhinolaryngologist who studies auditory processing.
Some of the fundamental questions that Professor Cohen is interested in include:
- What is the neural and biological representation of hearing?
- How is auditory and visual information combined to form unified sensory percepts?
- How does the brain combine sensory, motor, and
cognitive cues to form internal computational models of the
Cohen, Y. E., Bennur, S., Christison-Lagay, K., Gifford, A. M., & Tsunada, J. (2016). Functional organization of the ventral auditory pathway. In Physiology, Psychoacoustics and Cognition in Normal and Impaired Hearing (pp. 381-388). Springer, Cham.
Liu, A. S., Tsunada, J., Gold, J. I., & Cohen, Y. E. (2015). Temporal integration of auditory information is invariant to temporal grouping cues. eneuro, ENEURO-0077.
Christison-Lagay, K. L., Gifford, A. M., & Cohen, Y. E. (2015). Neural correlates of auditory scene analysis and perception. International journal of psychophysiology, 95(2), 238-245.
Gifford, A. M., Cohen, Y. E., & Stocker, A. A. (2014). Characterizing the impact of category uncertainty on human auditory categorization behavior. PLoS computational biology, 10(7), e1003715.
Bizley, J. K., & Cohen, Y. E. (2013). The what, where and how of auditory-object perception. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 14(10), 693.