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Simon Baumann
Simon Baumann
Department of Neuroscience, Georgetown University, D.C., USA
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A network for audio–motor coordination in skilled pianists and non-musicians
S Baumann, S Koeneke, CF Schmidt, M Meyer, K Lutz, L Jancke
Brain research 1161, 65-78, 2007
3062007
Orthogonal representation of sound dimensions in the primate midbrain
S Baumann, TD Griffiths, L Sun, CI Petkov, A Thiele, A Rees
Nature neuroscience 14 (4), 423-425, 2011
1362011
Enhancement of auditory-evoked potentials in musicians reflects an influence of expertise but not selective attention
S Baumann, M Meyer, L Jäncke
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (12), 2238-2249, 2008
1242008
A unified framework for the organization of the primate auditory cortex
S Baumann, CI Petkov, TD Griffiths
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 7, 11, 2013
932013
A network for sensory‐motor integration: What happens in the auditory cortex during piano playing without acoustic feedback?
S Baumann, S Koeneke, M Meyer, K Lutz, L Jäncke
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1060 (1), 186-188, 2005
902005
Electrical brain imaging reveals spatio-temporal dynamics of timbre perception in humans
M Meyer, S Baumann, L Jancke
Neuroimage 32 (4), 1510-1523, 2006
882006
Long‐term exposure to music enhances the sensitivity of the auditory system in children
M Meyer, S Elmer, M Ringli, MS Oechslin, S Baumann, L Jancke
European Journal of Neuroscience, 2011
792011
How the brain laughs:: Comparative evidence from behavioral, electrophysiological and neuroimaging studies in human and monkey
M Meyer, S Baumann, D Wildgruber, K Alter
Behavioural brain research 182 (2), 245-260, 2007
722007
Short-term plasticity in the auditory system: differential neural responses to perception and imagery of speech and music
M Meyer, S Elmer, S Baumann, L Jancke
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 25 (3-4), 411-431, 2007
652007
Characterisation of the BOLD response time course at different levels of the auditory pathway in non-human primates
S Baumann, TD Griffiths, A Rees, D Hunter, L Sun, A Thiele
Neuroimage 50 (3), 1099-1108, 2010
602010
Comparison of “silent” clustered and sparse temporal fMRI acquisitions in tonal and speech perception tasks
T Zaehle, CF Schmidt, M Meyer, S Baumann, C Baltes, P Boesiger, ...
Neuroimage 37 (4), 1195-1204, 2007
592007
Hemodynamic responses in human multisensory and auditory association cortex to purely visual stimulation
M Meyer, S Baumann, S Marchina, L Jancke
BMC neuroscience 8 (1), 1-15, 2007
482007
The topography of frequency and time representation in primate auditory cortices
S Baumann, O Joly, A Rees, CI Petkov, L Sun, A Thiele, TD Griffiths
eLife 4, e03256, 2015
422015
Auditory motion-specific mechanisms in the primate brain
C Poirier, S Baumann, P Dheerendra, O Joly, D Hunter, F Balezeau, ...
PLoS biology 15 (5), e2001379, 2017
362017
Neural control of playing a reversed piano: empirical evidence for an unusual cortical organization of musical functions
L Jäncke, S Baumann, S Koeneke, M Meyer, B Laeng, M Peters, K Lutz
Neuroreport 17 (4), 447-451, 2006
262006
Merging functional and structural properties of the monkey auditory cortex
O Joly, S Baumann, F Balezeau, A Thiele, TD Griffiths
Frontiers in neuroscience 8, 198, 2014
172014
A perceptual pitch boundary in a non-human primate
O Joly, S Baumann, C Poirier, RD Patterson, A Thiele, TD Griffiths
Frontiers in psychology 5, 998, 2014
112014
The distribution and nature of responses to broadband sounds associated with pitch in the macaque auditory cortex
Y Kikuchi, S Kumar, S Baumann, T Overath, PE Gander, W Sedley, ...
cortex 120, 340-352, 2019
82019
The representation of time windows in primate auditory cortex
P Dheerendra, S Baumann, O Joly, F Balezeau, CI Petkov, A Thiele, ...
Cerebral Cortex, 2021
12021
How the brain laughs: Evidence from neuropsychology, neurophysiology, and neuroimaging
M Meyer, S Baumann, D Wildgruber, K Alter
Behavioural Brain Research, 2007
12007
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