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    • Brain Networks of Novelty-Driven Involuntary and Cued Voluntary Auditory Attention Shifting 

      Huang, Samantha; Belliveau, John William; Tengshe, Chinmayi; Ahveninen, Jyrki Pekka (Public Library of Science, 2012)
      In everyday life, we need a capacity to flexibly shift attention between alternative sound sources. However, relatively little work has been done to elucidate the mechanisms of attention shifting in the auditory domain. ...
    • Dissociable Influences of Auditory Object vs. Spatial Attention on Visual System Oscillatory Activity 

      Ahveninen, Jyrki Pekka; Jääskeläinen, Iiro P.; Belliveau, John William; Hämäläinen, Matti; Lin, Fa-Hsuan; Raij, Tommi A. (Public Library of Science, 2012)
      Given that both auditory and visual systems have anatomically separate object identification (“what”) and spatial (“where”) pathways, it is of interest whether attention-driven cross-sensory modulations occur separately ...
    • Evidence for distinct human auditory cortex regions for sound location versus identity processing 

      Ahveninen, Jyrki; Huang, Samantha; Nummenmaa, Aapo; Belliveau, John W.; Hung, An-Yi; Jääskeläinen, Iiro P.; Rauschecker, Josef P.; Rossi, Stephanie; Tiitinen, Hannu; Raij, Tommi (2014)
      Neurophysiological animal models suggest that anterior auditory cortex (AC) areas process sound-identity information, whereas posterior ACs specialize in sound location processing. In humans, inconsistent neuroimaging ...
    • Sensitivity of MEG and EEG to Source Orientation 

      Ahlfors, Seppo P.; Han, Jooman; Belliveau, John William; Hämäläinen, Matti S. (Springer US, 2010)
      An important difference between magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG) is that MEG is insensitive to radially oriented sources. We quantified computationally the dependency of MEG and EEG on the ...