NIRS Publication Auditory System NIRx

Friday, 19 de June de 2020
NIRS Publication Auditory System NIRx

As fNIRS measurements are characterized by silent operations, innumerous possibilities of studies intended to explore cortical activation in the presence of controlled sounds can be achieved. Besides a better understanding of auditory processes in the brain, this may facilitate critical improvements on current solutions for cochlear implants.


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X. Zhou et al., “Cortical Speech Processing in Postlingually Deaf Adult Cochlear Implant Users, as Revealed by Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy,” Trends Hear, vol. 22, p. 2331216518786850, Dec. 2018.

S. Weder, X. Zhou, M. Shoushtarian, H. Innes-Brown, and C. McKay, “Cortical Processing Related to Intensity of a Modulated Noise Stimulus—a Functional Near-Infrared Study,” JARO, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 273–286, Jun. 2018.

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X. Zhou, H. Innes-Brown, and C. McKay, “Using fNIRS to study audio-visual speech integration in post-lingually deafened cochlear implant users,” Proceedings of the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research, vol. 6, pp. 55–62, Dec. 2017.

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K.-S. Hong and H. Santosa, “Decoding four different sound-categories in the auditory cortex using functional near-infrared spectroscopy,” Hearing Research, vol. 333, pp. 157–166, Mar. 2016.

L.-C. Chen, M. Stropahl, M. Schönwiesner, and S. Debener, “Enhanced visual adaptation in cochlear implant users revealed by concurrent EEG-fNIRS,” Neuroimage, Sep. 2016.

L.-C. Chen, P. Sandmann, J. D. Thorne, M. G. Bleichner, and S. Debener, “Cross-Modal Functional Reorganization of Visual and Auditory Cortex in Adult Cochlear Implant Users Identified with fNIRS,” Neural Plast, vol. 2016, 2016.

N. Altvater-Mackensen and T. Grossmann, “The role of left inferior frontal cortex during audiovisual speech perception in infants,” NeuroImage, vol. 133, pp. 14–20, Jun. 2016.

N. Abboub, T. Nazzi, and J. Gervain, “Prosodic grouping at birth,” Brain Lang, vol. 162, pp. 46–59, Aug. 2016.

L.-C. Chen, P. Sandmann, J. D. Thorne, C. S. Herrmann, and S. Debener, “Association of Concurrent fNIRS and EEG Signatures in Response to Auditory and Visual Stimuli,” Brain Topogr, vol. 28, no. 5, pp. 710–725, Sep. 2015.

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L. Pollonini, C. Olds, H. Abaya, H. Bortfeld, M. S. Beauchamp, and J. S. Oghalai, “Auditory cortex activation to natural speech and simulated cochlear implant speech measured with functional near-infrared spectroscopy,” Hear. Res., vol. 309, pp. 84–93, Mar. 2014.

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