Albert Einstein College of Medicine


 
 
Neurobiological Basis of Auditory Scene Analysis

My research is in the field of Cognitive Neuroscience and is focused on understanding the neural basis of auditory perception in healthy adults and children, as well as how the process breaks down in impaired populations. Our laboratory’s research uses a combination of non-invasive recordings of human brain activity (event‑related potentials [ERPs]), in conjunction with measures of behavioral performance, to specify the processes and brain structures that contribute to the organization, storage and perception of a coherent sound environment.

 
 




Elyse Sussman
Elyse S. Sussman, Lab Director
Department of Neuroscience


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