Xiangbin Teng, PhD

Hauptforschungsgebiete

- Sprachwahrnehmung und auditive Verarbeitung

- mehrskalige Verarbeitung

- kortikale Schwingungen

- Funktionskarten des auditorischen Cortex

Vita

Ausbildung

2011- 2017

New York University (Doctor in Psychologie)

2008-2012

Peking University (Master in Psychologie)

2003-2007

Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Bachelor in Chemie)     

Werdegang

Seit 2017

Post-doctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics

 

 

Publikationen

Publikationen

Teng, X. & Poeppel, D. (2019). Theta and Gamma Bands Encode Acoustic Dynamics over Wide-ranging Timescales. Cerebral Cortex

Teng, X., Cogan, G. B., & Poeppel, D. (2019). Speech fine structure contains critical temporal cues to support speech segmentation. NeuroImage

Teng, X., Poeppel, D. (2019) Experimental evidence on computational mechanisms of concurrent temporal channels for auditory processing, Cognitive Computational Neuroscience 2019

Zhang, R-Y., Wei, X-X., Teng, X., Kay, K. (2019) Trial-by-trial voxelwise noise correlations improve population coding of orientation in human V1, Cognitive Computational Neuroscience 2019

Tian, Ding, Teng, Bai & Poeppel, (2018) Imagined speech influences perceived loudness of sound, Nature Human Behaviour

Teng, Sun & Poeppel, (2018) Temporal Order Judgment Reveals Local-Global Auditory Processes, Acta Acustica united with Acustica

Teng, Tian, Doelling & Poeppel, (2017) Theta band oscillations reflect more than entrainment: behavioral and neural evidence demonstrate an active chunking process, European Journal of Neuroscience

Teng, Tian, Rowland & Poeppel, (2017) Concurrent Temporal Channels for Auditory Processing: Oscillatory Neural Entrainment Reveals Segregation of Function at Different Scales, PLoS Biology,  15 (11), e2000812

Teng, Tian & Poeppel, (2016) Testing multi-scale processing in the auditory system, Scientific Reports

 

 

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