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Jun. 30, 2019 – A surprising part of the experience of being mansplained to

I used to blog for the Timing Research Forum. You can find links to those old blog entries here:

Jun. 5, 2017 – Sequence learning modulates neural responses and oscillatory coupling in human and monkey auditory cortex  by Kikuchi et al.

Apr. 26, 2017Time perception, mindfulness and attentional capacities in transcendental meditators and matched controls by Schötz, Otten, Wittmann, Schmidt, Kohls, & Meissner

Apr. 4, 2017Causal evidence that intrinsic beta-frequency is relevant for enhanced signal propagation in the motor system as shown through rhythmic TMS by Romei, Bauer, Brooks, Economides, Penny, Thut, Driver, & Bestmann

Mar. 1, 2017 – Entrainment to an auditory signal: Is attention involved? by Kunert & Jongman

Feb. 10, 2017 – The phase of pre-stimulus alpha oscillations influences the visual perception of stimulus timing by Milton & Pleydell-Pearce

Dec. 27, 2016 – Visual cortex responses reflect temporal structure of continuous quasi-rhythmic sensory stimulation by Keitel, Thut, & Gross

Nov. 30, 2016Society for Neuroscience 2016

Nov. 24, 2016 – Beat keeping in a Sea Lion as Coupled Oscillation: Implications for comparative understanding of human rhythm by Rouse, Cook, Large & Reichmuth

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