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Hyojin Park
Hyojin Park
Assistant Professor, School of Psychology & Centre for Human Brain Health, University of Birmingham
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Frontal top-down signals increase coupling of auditory low-frequency oscillations to continuous speech in human listeners
H Park, RAA Ince, PG Schyns, G Thut, J Gross
Current Biology 25 (12), 1649-1653, 2015
2842015
Metabolic connectivity by interregional correlation analysis using statistical parametric mapping (SPM) and FDG brain PET; methodological development and patterns of metabolic …
DS Lee, H Kang, H Kim, H Park, JS Oh, JS Lee, MC Lee
European journal of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging 35 (9), 1681-1691, 2008
1382008
Lip movements entrain the observers’ low-frequency brain oscillations to facilitate speech intelligibility
H Park, C Kayser, G Thut, J Gross
Elife 5, e14521, 2016
1292016
Discriminating valid from spurious indices of phase-amplitude coupling
O Jensen, E Spaak, H Park
Eneuro 3 (6), 2016
542016
Blocking of irrelevant memories by posterior alpha activity boosts memory encoding
H Park, DS Lee, E Kang, H Kang, J Hahm, JS Kim, CK Chung, O Jensen
Human brain mapping 35 (8), 3972-3987, 2014
542014
Representational interactions during audiovisual speech entrainment: Redundancy in left posterior superior temporal gyrus and synergy in left motor cortex
H Park, RAA Ince, PG Schyns, G Thut, J Gross
PLoS biology 16 (8), e2006558, 2018
442018
Formation of visual memories controlled by gamma power phase-locked to alpha oscillations
H Park, DS Lee, E Kang, H Kang, J Hahm, JS Kim, CK Chung, H Jiang, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
362016
Cross-frequency power correlations reveal the right superior temporal gyrus as a hub region during working memory maintenance
H Park, E Kang, H Kang, JS Kim, O Jensen, CK Chung, DS Lee
Brain connectivity 1 (6), 460-472, 2011
362011
Predictive entrainment of natural speech through two fronto-motor top-down channels
H Park, G Thut, J Gross
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, DOI: 10.1080/23273798.2018.1506589, 2018
272018
Gating of memory encoding of time-delayed cross-frequency MEG networks revealed by graph filtration based on persistent homology
J Hahm, H Lee, H Park, E Kang, YK Kim, CK Chung, H Kang, DS Lee
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-16, 2017
122017
Auditory detection is modulated by theta phase of silent lip movements
E Biau, D Wang, H Park, O Jensen, S Hanslmayr
Current Research in Neurobiology 2, 100014, 2021
82021
Masking of the mouth area impairs reconstruction of acoustic speech features and higher-level segmentational features in the presence of a distractor speaker
CL Haider, N Suess, A Hauswald, H Park, N Weisz
NeuroImage 252, 119044, 2022
52022
Get the gist of the story: Neural map of topic keywords in multi-speaker environment
H Park, J Gross
bioRxiv, 2022
12022
Differential roles of delta and theta oscillations in understanding semantic gist during natural audiovisual speech perception: Functional and anatomical evidence
H Park, RAA Ince, J Gross
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
Face masks impair reconstruction of acoustic speech features and higher-level segmentational features in the presence of a distractor speaker
CL Haider, N Suess, A Hauswald, H Park, N Weisz
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Representational interactions during audiovisual speech entrainment
H Park, RAA Ince, PG Schyns, G Thut, J Gross
2018
Entrained audiovisual speech integration implemented by two independent computational mechanisms: Redundancy in left posterior superior temporal gyrus and Synergy in left motor …
H Park, RAA Ince, PG Schyns, G Thut, J Gross
bioRxiv, 202911, 2017
2017
Top-down inhibitory influence on memory by posterior alpha oscillation: An MEG study
H Park
Seoul National University, 2013
2013
Language lateralization using Magnetoencephalography (MEG): A preliminary study
SY Lee, E Kang, JS Kim, SK Lee, H Kang, H Park, SH Kim, SH Lee, ...
Annals of Clinical Neurophysiology 8 (2), 163-170, 2006
2006
Current Research in Neurobiology
E Biau, D Wang, H Park, O Jensen, S Hanslmayr
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