Mounya Elhilali
Mounya Elhilali
Professor of electrical and computer engineering, the johns hopkins university
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Rapid task-related plasticity of spectrotemporal receptive fields in primary auditory cortex
J Fritz, S Shamma, M Elhilali, D Klein
Nature neuroscience 6 (11), 1216-1223, 2003
Auditory attention—focusing the searchlight on sound
JB Fritz, M Elhilali, SV David, SA Shamma
Current opinion in neurobiology 17 (4), 437-455, 2007
Temporal coherence and attention in auditory scene analysis
SA Shamma, M Elhilali, C Micheyl
Trends in neurosciences 34 (3), 114-123, 2011
A spectro-temporal modulation index (STMI) for assessment of speech intelligibility
M Elhilali, T Chi, SA Shamma
Speech communication 41 (2-3), 331-348, 2003
Differential dynamic plasticity of A1 receptive fields during multiple spectral tasks
JB Fritz, M Elhilali, SA Shamma
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (33), 7623-7635, 2005
Active listening: task-dependent plasticity of spectrotemporal receptive fields in primary auditory cortex
J Fritz, M Elhilali, S Shamma
Hearing research 206 (1-2), 159-176, 2005
Temporal coherence in the perceptual organization and cortical representation of auditory scenes
M Elhilali, L Ma, C Micheyl, AJ Oxenham, SA Shamma
Neuron 61 (2), 317-329, 2009
Task difficulty and performance induce diverse adaptive patterns in gain and shape of primary auditory cortical receptive fields
S Atiani, M Elhilali, SV David, JB Fritz, SA Shamma
Neuron 61 (3), 467-480, 2009
Does attention play a role in dynamic receptive field adaptation to changing acoustic salience in A1?
JB Fritz, M Elhilali, SV David, SA Shamma
Hearing research 229 (1-2), 186-203, 2007
Dynamics of precise spike timing in primary auditory cortex
M Elhilali, JB Fritz, DJ Klein, JZ Simon, SA Shamma
Journal of Neuroscience 24 (5), 1159-1172, 2004
Interaction between attention and bottom-up saliency mediates the representation of foreground and background in an auditory scene
M Elhilali, J Xiang, SA Shamma, JZ Simon
PLoS Biol 7 (6), e1000129, 2009
Adaptive changes in cortical receptive fields induced by attention to complex sounds
JB Fritz, M Elhilali, SA Shamma
Journal of neurophysiology 98 (4), 2337-2346, 2007
Music in our ears: the biological bases of musical timbre perception
K Patil, D Pressnitzer, S Shamma, M Elhilali
PLoS Comput Biol 8 (11), e1002759, 2012
A cocktail party with a cortical twist: how cortical mechanisms contribute to sound segregation
M Elhilali, SA Shamma
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 124 (6), 3751-3771, 2008
Modelling auditory attention
M Kaya, E.M. & Elhilali
Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2017
Sparse coding for speech recognition
GSVS Sivaram, SK Nemala, M Elhilali, TD Tran, H Hermansky
2010 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2010
Auditory cortical receptive fields: stable entities with plastic abilities
M Elhilali, JB Fritz, TS Chi, SA Shamma
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (39), 10372-10382, 2007
Investigating bottom-up auditory attention
EM Kaya, M Elhilali
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 327, 2014
Competing streams at the cocktail party: exploring the mechanisms of attention and temporal integration
J Xiang, J Simon, M Elhilali
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (36), 12084-12093, 2010
Segregating complex sound sources through temporal coherence
L Krishnan, M Elhilali, S Shamma
PLoS Comput Biol 10 (12), e1003985, 2014
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