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Kimmo Alho Wikidata

Alho, Kimmo NII (Japan) National Library of Israel BIBSYS Vatican Library Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands ISNI

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Cross-modal reorganization of human cortical functions. Wikidata
The Dark Side of Internet Use: Two Longitudinal Studies of Excessive Internet Use, Depressive Symptoms, School Burnout and Engagement Among Finnish Early and Late Adolescents. Wikidata
Does sleep quality affect involuntary attention switching system? Wikidata
Dose-related effect of alcohol on mismatch negativity and reaction time performance. Wikidata
Dysfunction of the auditory cortex persists in infants with certain cleft types. Wikidata
The effect of small variation of the frequent auditory stimulus on the event-related brain potential to the infrequent stimulus. Wikidata
The effect of stimulus intensity on the right ear advantage in dichotic listening. Wikidata
Electric brain responses indicate preattentive processing of abstract acoustic regularities in children. Wikidata
Electrical responses reveal the temporal dynamics of brain events during involuntary attention switching. Wikidata
Electrophysiological evidence for cross-modal plasticity in humans with early- and late-onset blindness. Wikidata
Electrophysiological evidence of abnormal activation of the cerebral network of involuntary attention in alcoholism. Wikidata
Electrophysiological evidence of enhanced distractibility in ADHD children. Wikidata
Enhanced brain activity preceding voluntary movement in early blind humans. Wikidata
Event-related brain potential of human newborns to pitch change of an acoustic stimulus. Wikidata
Event-related brain potentials reveal covert distractibility in closed head injuries. Wikidata
Fast vigilance decrement in closed head injury patients as reflected by the mismatch negativity (MMN). Wikidata
Gaming is related to enhanced working memory performance and task-related cortical activity. Wikidata
Generators of electrical and magnetic mismatch responses in humans. Wikidata
Harmonic partials facilitate pitch discrimination in humans: electrophysiological and behavioral evidence. Wikidata
Hemispheric lateralization of cerebral blood-flow changes during selective listening to dichotically presented continuous speech. Wikidata
Human auditory-cortex mechanisms of preattentive sound discrimination. Wikidata
Human brain activity associated with audiovisual perception and attention. Wikidata
Identification of attention and cognitive control networks in a parametric auditory fMRI study. Wikidata
Intermodal selective attention: evidence for processing in tonotopic auditory fields. Wikidata
Intracranial identification of an electric frontal-cortex response to auditory stimulus change: a case study. Wikidata
Language-specific phoneme representations revealed by electric and magnetic brain responses. Wikidata
Linguistic processing in visual and modality-nonspecific brain areas: PET recordings during selective attention. Wikidata
Local landmark-based mapping of human auditory cortex. Wikidata
Long-term exposure to noise impairs cortical sound processing and attention control Wikidata
Loudness summation and the mismatch negativity event-related brain potential in humans Wikidata
Mechanisms of selective listening reflected by event-related brain potentials in humans National Library of the Netherlands Vatican Library Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS Wikidata
Media multitasking is associated with distractibility and increased prefrontal activity in adolescents and young adults. Wikidata
The mismatch negativity (MMN) brain response to sound frequency changes in adult cochlear implant recipients: a follow-up study. Wikidata
Mismatch negativity to slight pitch changes outside strong attentional focus. Wikidata
Modulation of slow brain potentials by working memory load in spatial and nonspatial auditory tasks. Wikidata
The musical brain: brain waves reveal the neurophysiological basis of musicality in human subjects. Wikidata
Neural mechanisms of involuntary attention to acoustic novelty and change. Wikidata
Neural plasticity in processing of sound location by the early blind: an event-related potential study. Wikidata
Phonological aspects of word recognition as revealed by high-resolution spatio-temporal brain mapping. Wikidata
Pre-attentive detection of vowel contrasts utilizes both phonetic and auditory memory representations. Wikidata
Processing of complex sounds in the human auditory cortex as revealed by magnetic brain responses. Wikidata
Responses of the primary auditory cortex to pitch changes in a sequence of tone pips: neuromagnetic recordings in man. Wikidata
Right hemisphere dominance of different mismatch negativities. Wikidata
Selective attention enhances the auditory 40-Hz transient response in humans. Wikidata
Selective attention to human voice enhances brain activity bilaterally in the superior temporal sulcus. Wikidata
Selective attention to sound location or pitch studied with fMRI. Wikidata
Selective interference reveals dissociation between auditory memory for location and pitch. Wikidata
Selective tuning of the left and right auditory cortices during spatially directed attention. Wikidata
Sequential effects on the ERP in discriminating two stimuli. Wikidata
Shifting of attentional set is inadequate in severe burnout: Evidence from an event-related potential study. Wikidata
Short-term habituation and dishabituation of the mismatch negativity of the ERP. Wikidata
Small pitch separation and the selective-attention effect on the ERP. Wikidata
Sodan ja rauhan psykologiset kysymykset, c1984: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel
Stimulus-dependent activations and attention-related modulations in the auditory cortex: a meta-analysis of fMRI studies. Wikidata
Strongly focused attention and auditory event-related potentials. Wikidata
Superior temporal and inferior frontal cortices are activated by infrequent sound duration decrements: an fMRI study. Wikidata
Temporal integration of auditory stimulus deviance as reflected by the mismatch negativity. Wikidata
Temporary and longer term retention of acoustic information. Wikidata
Tonotopic auditory cortex and the magnetoencephalographic (MEG) equivalent of the mismatch negativity. Wikidata
Top-down and bottom-up interaction: manipulating the dichotic listening ear advantage. Wikidata
Top-down controlled and bottom-up triggered orienting of auditory attention to pitch activate overlapping brain networks. Wikidata
Visual cortex activation in blind humans during sound discrimination. Wikidata
Working memory resources are shared across sensory modalities. Wikidata

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