A new paper by López-Mochales and colleagues published in Frontiers in Psychology

The paper entitled Experimental Enhancement of Feelings of Transcendence, Tenderness and Expressiveness by Music in Christian Liturgical Spaces, by López-Mochales, Jiménez-Pasalodos, Valenzuela, Gutiérrez-Cajaraville, Díaz-Andreu & Escera has just been published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. This paper is another outcome of our collaboration with archaeologist Prof. Margarita Díaz-Andreu, ICREA Research Professor at our University […]

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A new paper by Ribas-Prats and colleagues published in Developmental Science

The paper entitled Deficient neural encoding of speech sounds in term neonates born after fetal growth restriction, by Ribas-Prats, Arenillas-Alcón, Lip-Sosa, Costa-Faidella, Mazarico, Gómez-Roig, & Escera has just been published in the journal Developmental Science. This papers consolidates the collaboration between our Brainlab at the University of Barcelona and the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of […]

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A new paper by Iria SanMiguel, Jordi Costa-Faidella and colleagues published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

The paper entitled Standard Tone Stability as a Manipulation of Precisions in the Oddball Paradigm: Modulation of Predicion Error Responses to Fixed-Probability Deviants by SanMiguel, I.; Costa-Faidella, J.; Lugo, Z.R.; Vilella, E. and Escera, C. has been published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. This paper is the outcome of a collaboration between the Brainlab and […]

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A new paper by Nadia Paraskevoudi and Iria SanMiguel published in Scientific Reports

The paper entitled Self-generation and sound intensity interactively modulate perceptual bias, but not perceptual sensitivity, by Paraskevoudi Nadia and SanMiguel Iria, has been published in the journal Scientific Reports. This paper is the outcome of a scientific study of the research line Predictive processes in Motor-Sensory interactions of the Brainlab that focuses on mechanisms underlying […]

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A new collaborative paper of the Brainlab on the newborn frequency-following response

The paper entitled Frequency-following response acquisition parameters with speech stimulus in infants: A systematic review, by, Lemos, Nunes, Evangelista, Escera, Taveira, Balen, been published in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. This paper is the outcome of a scientific collaboration between the Brainlab and the Prof. Sheila Andreoli Balen (Federal University of Rio […]

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A new paper by Arenillas-Alcón and colleagues published in Scientific Reports

The paper entitled Neural encoding of voice pitch and formant structure at birth as revealed by frequency-following responses, by,  Arenillas-Alcón, S., Costa-Faidella, J., Ribas-Prats, T., Gómez-Roig, M.D., and Escera, C. has been published in the journal Scientific Reports. This paper is the second published outcome of the scientific collaboration between the Brainlab and the Obstetrics and […]

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A new paper by Valenzuela and colleagues published in Frontiers in Psychology

The paper entitled Psychology meets archaeology: psychoarchaeoacoustics for understanding ancient minds and their relation to the sacred, by Valenzuela, Díaz-Andreu, and Escera, has been published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. This paper is the first outcome of our collaboration with archaeologist Prof. Margarita Díaz-Andreu, ICREA Research Professor at our University (Department of History and […]

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A figure from our paper selected for the cover of the Hearing Research special issue on predictive coding

Figure 6 of our paper by Font-Alaminos and colleagues (see our former post here) was selected for the cover of the special issue entitled Stimulus-specific adaptation, MMN and predicting coding, edited by R. Auksztulewicz and M.S. Malmierca in Hearing Research. The Figure illustrates the frequency-following response (FFR) scalp distributions of the A) deviant B) standard and C) […]

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The Brainlab participates in a Special Report on the COVID-19 pandemic impact on clinical EEG and research

Driven by the necessity to resume experimental, but critically clinical EEG activities after the global lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, an international consortium of over 30 laboratories run a survey on the impact of the pandemic on their routine EEG activities, and the procedures and precautions undertaken to resume their EEG work. The outcome of […]

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