Elyse Sussman
Elyse Sussman
Professor of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
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‘Primitive intelligence’in the auditory cortex
R Näätänen, M Tervaniemi, E Sussman, P Paavilainen, I Winkler
Trends in neurosciences 24 (5), 283-288, 2001
A new view on the MMN and attention debate: the role of context in processing auditory events
ES Sussman
Journal of Psychophysiology 21 (3-4), 164-175, 2007
An investigation of the auditory streaming effect using event-related brain potentials
E Sussman, W Ritter, HG Vaughan
Psychophysiology 36 (1), 22-34, 1999
Newborn infants can organize the auditory world
I Winkler, E Kushnerenko, J Horváth, R Čeponienė, V Fellman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (20), 11812-11815, 2003
The maturation of human evoked brain potentials to sounds presented at different stimulus rates
E Sussman, M Steinschneider, V Gumenyuk, J Grushko, K Lawson
Hearing research 236 (1-2), 61-79, 2008
Top-down control over involuntary attention switching in the auditory modality
E Sussman, I Winkler, E Schröger
Psychonomic bulletin & review 10 (3), 630-637, 2003
Mismatch negativity (MMN) as an index of cognitive dysfunction
R Näätänen, E S Sussman, D Salisbury, V L Shafer
Brain topography 27, 451-466, 2014
The role of attention in the formation of auditory streams
ES Sussman, J Horváth, I Winkler, M Orr
Perception & psychophysics 69 (1), 136-152, 2007
Top-down effects can modify the initially stimulus-driven auditory organization
E Sussman, I Winkler, M Huotilainen, W Ritter, R Näätänen
Cognitive Brain Research 13 (3), 393-405, 2002
Attention affects the organization of auditory input associated with the mismatch negativity system
E Sussman, W Ritter, HG Vaughan Jr
Brain research 789 (1), 130-138, 1998
Electrophysiological evidence of developmental changes in the duration of auditory sensory memory.
H Gomes, E Sussman, W Ritter, D Kurtzberg, N Cowan, HG Vaughan Jr
Developmental psychology 35 (1), 294, 1999
Grouping of sequential sounds—an event-related potential study comparing musicians and nonmusicians
TL Zuijen, E Sussman, I Winkler, R Näätänen, M Tervaniemi
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 16 (2), 331-338, 2004
Preattentive binding of auditory and visual stimulus features
I Winkler, I Czigler, E Sussman, J Horváth, L Balázs
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 17 (2), 320-339, 2005
Auditory organization of sound sequences by a temporal or numerical regularity—a mismatch negativity study comparing musicians and non-musicians
TL Van Zuijen, E Sussman, I Winkler, R Näätänen, M Tervaniemi
Cognitive Brain Research 23 (2-3), 270-276, 2005
MMN and attention: competition for deviance detection
E Sussman, I Winkler, W Wang
Psychophysiology 40 (3), 430-435, 2003
Simultaneously active pre-attentive representations of local and global rules for sound sequences in the human brain
J Horvath, I Czigler, E Sussman, I Winkler
Cognitive Brain Research 12 (1), 131-144, 2001
The five myths of MMN: redefining how to use MMN in basic and clinical research
ES Sussman, S Chen, J Sussman-Fort, E Dinces
Brain Topography 27, 553-564, 2014
Dynamic sensory updating in the auditory system
E Sussman, I Winkler
Cognitive Brain Research 12 (3), 431-439, 2001
Integration and segregation in auditory scene analysis
ES Sussman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117 (3), 1285-1298, 2005
Predictability of stimulus deviance and the mismatch negativity
E Sussman, W Ritter, HG Vaughan Jr
Neuroreport 9 (18), 4167-4170, 1998
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