Andrew Thwaites

Interests

Mapping information flow in the human brain

The results of neurokymography
Information processing in the human brain
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Research Focus

Keywords

neural function

computation

statistics

hypothesis testing

Clinical conditions

No direct clinical relevance

Equipment

Computational modelling

Electroencephalography (EEG)

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Magnetoencephalography (MEG)

Collaborators

Cambridge

Brian Glasberg

William Marslen-Wilson

Brian Moore

Ian Nimmo-Smith

Roy Patterson

Andrew Welchman

United Kingdom

David McGonigle Web: http://psych.cf.ac.uk/contact...

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Publications

2017

Thwaites A, Schlittenlacher J, Nimmo-Smith I, Marslen-Wilson WD and Moore BCJ (2017), “Tonotopic representation of loudness in the human cortex” Hearing Res. 344: 244-254

Thwaites A, Soltan A, Wieser E, Nimmo-Smith I (2017), “The difficult legacy of Turing’s wager” J Comput Neurosci 43(1): 1-4

2016

Thwaites A, Glasberg BR, Nimmo-Smith I, Marslen-Wilson WD, Moore BCJ (2016), “Representation of Instantaneous and Short-Term Loudness in the Human Cortex” Front Neurosci 10(183)

2015

Thwaites A, Nimmo-Smith I, Fonteneau E, Patterson RD, Buttery P, Marslen-Wilson WD (2015), “Tracking cortical entrainment in neural activity: auditory processes in human temporal cortex.” Front Comput Neurosci 9:5 Details