Joel S. Snyder

Affiliations: 
UNLV, Las Vegas, NV, United States 
Area:
auditory perception, cognitive neuroscience
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Alain C, Göke K, Shen D, et al. (2023) Neural alpha oscillations index context-driven perception of ambiguous vowel sequences. Iscience. 26: 108457
Yerkes BD, Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden CM, Beasley JF, et al. (2023) Acoustic and Semantic Processing of Auditory Scenes in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Nave KM, Snyder JS, Hannon EE. (2023) Sustained musical beat perception develops into late childhood and predicts phonological abilities. Developmental Psychology
Higgins NC, Scurry AN, Jiang F, et al. (2023) Adaptation in the sensory cortex drives bistable switching during auditory stream segregation. Neuroscience of Consciousness. 2023: niac019
O'Connell SR, Nave-Blodgett JE, Wilson GE, et al. (2022) Elements of musical and dance sophistication predict musical groove perception. Frontiers in Psychology. 13: 998321
Mednicoff SD, Barashy S, Gonzales D, et al. (2022) Auditory affective processing, musicality, and the development of misophonic reactions. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 924806
Nave KM, Hannon EE, Snyder JS. (2022) Steady state-evoked potentials of subjective beat perception in musical rhythms. Psychophysiology. 59: e13963
Heald SLM, Van Hedger SC, Veillette J, et al. (2021) Going Beyond Rote Auditory Learning: Neural Patterns of Generalized Auditory Learning. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-20
Nave-Blodgett JE, Snyder JS, Hannon EE. (2021) Auditory superiority for perceiving the beat level but not measure level in music. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 47: 1516-1542
Higgins NC, Monjaras AG, Yerkes BD, et al. (2021) Resetting of Auditory and Visual Segregation Occurs After Transient Stimuli of the Same Modality. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 720131
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