Carles Escera
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Neural mechanisms of involuntary attention to acoustic novelty and change
C Escera, K Alho, I Winkler, R Näätänen
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 10 (5), 590-604, 1998
Involuntary attention and distractibility as evaluated with event-related brain potentials
C Escera, K Alho, E Schröger, IW Winkler
Audiology and Neurotology 5 (3-4), 151-166, 2000
The mismatch negativity (MMN)–a unique window to disturbed central auditory processing in ageing and different clinical conditions
R Näätänen, T Kujala, C Escera, T Baldeweg, K Kreegipuu, S Carlson, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 123 (3), 424-458, 2012
Processing of novel sounds and frequency changes in the human auditory cortex: magnetoencephalographic recordings
K Alho, I Winkler, C Escera, M Huotilainen, J Virtanen, IP Jääskeläinen, ...
Psychophysiology 35 (2), 211-224, 1998
Task switching and novelty processing activate a common neural network for cognitive control
F Barcelo, C Escera, MJ Corral, JA Periánez
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (10), 1734-1748, 2006
Role of mismatch negativity and novelty-P3 in involuntary auditory attention
C Escera, MJ Corral
Journal of psychophysiology 21 (3-4), 251-264, 2007
Stratified medicine for mental disorders
G Schumann, EB Binder, A Holte, ER de Kloet, KJ Oedegaard, ...
European Neuropsychopharmacology 24 (1), 5-50, 2014
Electrical responses reveal the temporal dynamics of brain events during involuntary attention switching
C Escera, E Yago, K Alho
European Journal of Neuroscience 14 (5), 877-883, 2001
The effect of age on involuntary capture of attention by irrelevant sounds: A test of the frontal hypothesis of aging
P Andrés, FBR Parmentier, C Escera
Neuropsychologia 44 (12), 2564-2568, 2006
Neurons along the auditory pathway exhibit a hierarchical organization of prediction error
GG Parras, J Nieto-Diego, GV Carbajal, C Valdés-Baizabal, C Escera, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 2148, 2017
The mismatch negativity: an index of cognitive decline in neuropsychiatric and neurological diseases and in ageing
R Näätänen, T Kujala, K Kreegipuu, S Carlson, C Escera, T Baldeweg, ...
Brain 134 (12), 3435-3453, 2011
The accuracy of sound duration representation in the human brain determines the accuracy of behavioural perception
E Amenedo, C Escera
European Journal of Neuroscience 12 (7), 2570-2574, 2000
When loading working memory reduces distraction: behavioral and electrophysiological evidence from an auditory-visual distraction paradigm
I SanMiguel, MJ Corral, C Escera
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (7), 1131-1145, 2008
Attention capture by auditory significant stimuli: semantic analysis follows attention switching
C Escera, E Yago, MJ Corral, S Corbera, MI Nuñez
European Journal of Neuroscience 18 (8), 2408-2412, 2003
The cognitive locus of distraction by acoustic novelty in the cross-modal oddball task
FBR Parmentier, G Elford, C Escera, P Andrés, I San Miguel
Cognition 106 (1), 408-432, 2008
Combined mapping of human auditory EEG and MEG responses
M Huotilainen, I Winkler, K Alho, C Escera, J Virtanen, RJ Ilmoniemi, ...
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1998
Auditory information processing during human sleep as revealed by event-related brain potentials
M Atienza, JL Cantero, C Escera
Clinical neurophysiology 112 (11), 2031-2045, 2001
Electrophysiological evidence for the hierarchical organization of auditory change detection in the human brain
S Grimm, C Escera, L Slabu, J Costa‐Faidella
Psychophysiology 48 (3), 377-384, 2011
Brain potentials to native phoneme discrimination reveal the origin of individual differences in learning the sounds of a second language
B Díaz, C Baus, C Escera, A Costa, N Sebastián-Gallés
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (42), 16083-16088, 2008
Interactions between “what” and “when” in the auditory system: temporal predictability enhances repetition suppression
J Costa-Faidella, T Baldeweg, S Grimm, C Escera
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (50), 18590-18597, 2011
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