New paper on eLife: Temporo-cerebellar connectivity underlies timing constraints in audition

In this article we tested whether temporo-cerebellar disconnection is associated with the processing of sounds at short-timescales. The findings support the view that the encoding and modeling of rapidly modulated auditory spectro-temporal properties can rely on a temporo-cerebellar interface. We discuss these findings in view of the conjecture that proactive adaptation to a dynamic environment via internal models is a generalizable principle.

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Lab members contributing: Sonja Kotz and Michael Schwartze