Charles E. Schroeder, Ph.D.

Charles E. Schroeder, Ph.D.

Education:
John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio …………9/1970 12/1972

Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
(B.A. Psychology Aug., 1974) …………3/1972 8/1974
University of North Carolina Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. – …………9/1976 8/1978
(M.A. Psychology Dec., 1978)

University of North Carolina Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ….…….9/1978 5/1984
(Ph.D. Psychology Dec., 1984)

Post Graduate Training:
Post Doctoral Fellow, Department of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein College of Medicine …. 10/1984 6/1987

Professional Employment and Hospital appointments:
Associate in Experimental Treatment Facility for Delinquent Boys
Franklin County, Columbus, Ohio ………………………. 6/1974-7/1976
Research Assistant, Psychology Department, University of
North Carolina Greensboro ………………………. 9/1976 9/1980
Teaching Assistant, Department, University of
North Carolina Greensboro ………………………. 9/1980 6/1982
Instructor, Psychology Department, High Point College,
High Point, North Carolina ………………………. 9/1982-6/1983
Research Technician, Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Lab,
Bowman Gray Medical School, Winston-Salem, NC …………. 7/1983 7/1984
Post Doctoral Fellow, Department of Neuroscience
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York ………….10/1984 6/1987
Instructor, Department of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York …………. 6/1987 8/1989
Instructor, Department of Neurology, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York …………. 6/1987 9/1989
Attending Neurophysiologist, Intra-operative Monitoring
Department of Neurology, Montefiore Medical Center …………. 9/1987-9/1992
Assistant Professor, Department of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York …………. 9/1989 8/1994
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York …………. 9/1989 8/1994
Associate Professor, Department of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York …………. 9/1995-8/2000
Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York …………. 9/1995-8/2000
Professor, Department of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York …………. 9/2000-8/2004
Research Scientist 5,
Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, Orangeburg, New York …….….. 9/1995-8/2000
Research Scientist 6,
Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, Orangeburg, New York ………… 9/2000-8/2006
Research Scientist 7,
Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, Orangeburg, New York ………… 9/2006-
Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of
Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York …………9/2005-
Director (Interim), Brain Stimulation and Therapeutic Modulation Department
New York State Psychiatric Institute …………9/2010-7/2011

Professional Society memberships
American Association for the advancement of science (AAAS)
Society for neuroscience SFN
Association for research in vision and ophthalmology
International multisensory research forum IMRF
Association for developmental psychobiology ADP
Society for the Neural Control of Movement NCM

Other Professional Activities:
Co-Organizer, 2nd Annual Meeting, International Multisensory Research Forum ………….2001
Associate Editor For Neuroscience – Developmental Psychobiology ………….2003-2008
Editorial Board Member – Cognitive Brain Research ………….2002-
Guest Editor, Special Issue on Multisensory Processing – Cognitive Brain Research …………2006
Guest Editor, Special Issue on Multisensory Integration in Auditory Cortex – Hearing Research
………….2009
Reviewing Editor – Journal of Neuroscience ………….2009-
Vice Chair (elected) – Second Gordon Research Conference on the Neurobiology of Cognition
Luca-Barga, Italy ………….2010-2012
Chair (elected) – Third Gordon Research Conference on the Neurobiology of Cognition
Waterville Valley, NH, USA ………….2012-2014
Member, External Advisory and Scientific Review Board, NSF Center of Excellence
for learning in Education, Science and Technology, A National Science
Foundation Science of Learning Center ………….2010-

Journal Reviewer
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Nature Cerebral Cortex
Electroenceph. and Clin. Neurophysiol Human Brain Mapping. Neuroimage
Journal of Neuroscience Visual Neuroscience Neuron
Journal of Neurophysiology Brain Research J. Comparative Neurology
Experimental Brain Research Cognitive Brain Research Science.
Nature Neuroscience Nature Communications

Teaching Experience:
1980-82 Teaching Assistant: UNC-Greensboro
Introductory Psychology
Physiological Psychology
Sensory Processes
Perception
1982-83 Instructor, Psychology Department, High Point college, NC (Introductory Psychology)
1986-88 Instructor, Biology Department Manhattenville College, Purchase NY (Neuroscience)
1990 – Lecturer in Medical Neuroscience Course, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1990 – 2000 Lecturer in Integrative Neuroscience Course, Neuroscience Department,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1994 – 2000 Co-leader of Integrative Neuroscience Course, Neuroscience Department,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1998 – Guest Lecturer in Psychology of Selective Attention Course, Psychology Department,
City University of New York
1999 – Guest Lecturer in Physiological Psychology, Psychology Department, NYU
2000 – 2002 Lecturer in Graduate Neuroanatomy Course, Neuroscience Department,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Mentorship
Syndee J. Givre 1989-1995 MD/PhD primate visual physiology
Ashesh D. Mehta 1992-1999 MD/PhD physiology of visual attention in primates
Istvan Ulbert 1993-1994 Post-doc physiology of attention in primate auditory cortex
Robert Feldman 1998-1999 Resident** physiology of multimodal integration
Alvin Marcovici 1998-1999 Resident** somatosensory processing in primate neocortex
Mahesh Jayachandra 1997-1999 Post-doc auditory processing in primates
Micah Murray 1998-2004 PhD electrophysiology of visuospatial integration
and attention in humans
John J. Foxe 1998-2000 Post-doc human-simian studies attention and multisensory
integration
Colleen M. Specht 1998-1999 Post-doc auditory physiology in macaque monkeys
Kai-Ming Fu 1999-2003 MD/PhD multisensory integration in primate auditory cortex
Ankoor Shah 2000-2005 MD/PhD visual processing and selective attention in
monkeys
Taylor Johnston 2000-2002 MD*** auditory processing in monkeys
Zsuzsanna Pincze 2000-2003 Post-doc Mechanisms of auditory cognitive ERP generation
In macaques
Peter Lakatos 2002-2008 Post-doc Neurophysiology of auditory spatial processing in
awake monkeys
Csaba Rajkai 2003-2006 Post-doc Neurophysiology of auditory spatial processing in
awake monkeys
Chi-Ming Chen 2004-2007 PhD Neurophysiology of auditory attention in
awake monkeys
Catherine Schevon 2005-present MD/PhD***** Intracranial recordings in surgical epilepsy patients
Arnaud Falchier 2006-present Post-doc Physiological and Neuroanatomical studies of
multisensory processing in monkeys
Noelle O’Connell 2006-present PhD Neurophysiology of auditory processing in monkeys
Yoshinao Kajikawa 2006-2013 PhD***** Neurophysiology of communication in monkeys
Julien Besle 2007-2010 Post-doc Intracranial studies of attention and multisensory
Integration in surgical epilepsy patients
Anne-Marie Barczak 2008-2014 PhD Neurophysiology of auditory selective attention in macaque monkeys
Gabriella Musacchia 2007-2011 Post-doc Neurophysiology of multisensory integration in monkeys
Nienke vanAtteveldt 2008-2011 Post-doc fMRI and ERP studies of multisensory integration in
humans
Thomas Radman 2008-2010 Post-doc Neurophysiology of natural vision in monkeys
Elana Zion-Golumbic 2008-2013 Post-doc Intracranial studies of language processing and auditory
attention in surgical epilepsy patients
Lucia Melloni 2011-present Post-doc Integrated human-monkey studies of active vision.
Benjamin Morrillon 2012-2014 Post-doc Brain dynamics underlying human cognitive processing
Jose Herrero 2012-present Post-doc Dynamics and pharmacology of selective attention in
Monkeys
Saskia Haegens 2012-present Post-doc Physiology and dynamics of active sensory processing
and integration in monkeys
Niclas Kilian-Hutten 2012-2014 Post-doc Neuronal mechanisms of multisensory integration
Jordi Costa Faidella 2012-present Post-doc Neurobiology of stimulus-specific adaptation in
monkeys

** Senior Neurosurgical Resident research year
*** Senior Medical Student research year
**** Preceptor on Mentored K-Award (1998-2003)
***** Primary Mentor for K-Award

University And Institute Service:
1990-1996 Institutional animal care and use committee (IACUC), Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1993-1996 Chair, full-review subcommittee of the IACUC. Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1993-1996 Member, academic oversight committee, S. Golding Graduate Division of Albert Einstein
College of Medicine
1995-1996 Member, Dean’s advisory committee on administration of the Rachel Golding Fund at
Yeshiva University and Stern College
2001- Member, Appointments and Promotions Committee, Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric
Research
2002- Member, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), Nathan Kline Institute for
Psychiatric Research

Advisory Review Committee:
National Institute of Mental Health …………………….. 1993-1998
(Division of Biopsychology Study Section)
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
(Special Emphasis panel on non-RO1 Projects) …………………….. 2001
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
(Special Emphasis panel on Multimodal Imaging) …………………….. 2002
National Institute of Mental Health
(regular member, Cognitive Neuroscience [COG] Study Section) …………………. 2004-2008
National Institute of Mental Health
(Chair, Cognitive Neuroscience [COG] Study Section) …………………. 2006-2008
National Institute of Mental Health
(Chair, Silvio O. Conte Center Review Panel) …………………. 2/2010
National Institute of Mental Health
(Silvio O. Conte Center Review Panel) …………………. 2/2011
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-L (02) member conflict panel) …………………. 6/2011
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-Q (02) Member conflict SEP) …………………. 5/2012
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-R (02) member conflict panel) …………………. 7/2012
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-Q (02) member conflict panel) …………………. 7/2012
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-Q (02) member conflict panel) …………………. 7/2013
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-R (02) member conflict panel) …………………. 9/2013
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-Q (02) member conflict panel) …………………. 3/2014
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-Q (02) member conflict panel) …………………. 9/2014
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-Q (55)) ………………….10/2014
National Institute of Health
(Chair, ZRG1 IFCN-Q (55)) …………………. 2/2015

Consultancy Experience:
Marion Merrell-Dow, Cincinnati, Ohio. …………………………. 1986-1990
Hoffmann LaRoche, Nutley, New Jersey. ……………… ………….1988-1991
Glaxo-Wellcome, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina ……………… ………….1990-1998
Department of Biological Psychiatry, NYS Psychiatric Institute
New York, New York …………………………. 1995–1998
United States Environmental Protection Agency, Research
Triangle Park, North Carolina …………………………. 2000-2001
…………………………. 2005-2006

Sample of Invited Presentations Within The Last 5 Years:

1. Neurobiology of Language SFN Satellite Conference October 2010, Keynote Lecture: Neuronal Mechanisms of Auditory Processing and Perception.

2. Summer School on Brain Clocks and Rhythms, Santiago de Chile, January 2010, Key note Address: Current views on the origins and physiological significance of neuronal excitability fluctuations in the mammalian brain.

3. Neurocognitive Networks Conference, Florida Atlantic University, February, 2010: Active Sensing, Neuronal Oscillations and Perceptual Selection

4. Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior, April, 2010: The concept of active sensing and its implications for design of experiments in cognitive neuroscience.

5. Gordon Research Conference – Neurobiology of Cognition, Waterville Valley New Hampshire,
August 2010: Neuronal mechanisms of selective attention.

6. Gordon Research Conference on the Neurobiology of Cognition. Waterville Valley, NH, August, 2010. Active sensing Neuronal Oscillations and Perceptual selection.

7. Rockefeller University, October, 2010: Neuronal Oscillations in Active Sensing and Perceptual
Selection

8. Rutgers University Neuroscience Minisymposium, November, 2010: Mechanisms of active sensing
and perceptual selection.

9. 26th Annual Mortimer Sackler Winter Conference on Developmental Psychobiology, Los Suenos
Costa Rica, January 2011: Neuronal oscillations as instruments of multisensory integration and
attentional selection.

10. Hungarian Society for Neuroscience, Budapest, January, 2011, Keynote Address: Mechanisms and Dynamics of Perceptual Selection

11. Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt, January, 2011: Active sensing as a Perspective.

12. SUNY Health Sciences Brooklyn, March, 2011: Neuronal oscillations in active sensing and perceptual selection.

13. Boston University, April 2011: Rhythmic Entrainment as a Mechanism of Auditory Representation,
Parsing and Perceptual Selection.

14. Gordon Research Conference – Eye Movements, Biddeford Maine, August 2011: Eye movements
and Active sensing in visual processing.

15. International Congress on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON) September 2011, Palma Majorca: Tuning
of neocortex to the temporal dynamics of attended event streams.

16. Neurospin Paris, October 2011: Brain dynamics and perceptual selection.

17. Hanse Wissenschaftkolleg, Delmenhorst Germany, October 2011 – Symposium – Time and the
conscious brain: Neuronal dynamics that can support temporal prediction.

18. University of Utah, October 2011, Snowbird Symposium: Brain dynamics, active sensing and
perceptual selection.

19. Princeton University, February 2012: Dynamics underlying selection by attention

20. Boston University, April 2012, Cognitive Rhythms Collaborative, Keynote: Tuning the brain to a
Rhythmic world.

21. Sloan-Schwartz Centers Annual Meeting, San Diego, June, 2012. Ensemble Dynamics in Active
Sensing.

22. Federation of European Neurosciences, Barcelona, July 2012, Special Event Lecture: Neuronal
dynamics of selective attention

23. International Society for Biomagnetism, Paris, September, 2012: Neuronal substrates of temporal
prediction

24. University of California at Davis, February 2013: Temporal dynamics of top-down influences in active
sensing

25. University of Tuebingen, January 2013: Attentional modulation of auditory processing in awake
monkeys.

26. Math-Biosciences Institute at the Ohio State University, May 2013: Active sensing as a paradigmatic
necessity in investigating normal brain operations.

27. University of Lausanne, September, 2013. Dynamical mechanisms of attentional selection.

28. University de Geneva, September, 2013. Intermodal attention as a metaphor for sensory
segregation.

29. Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, June, 2013: An integrative approach to fundamental
operations of the active brain.

30. Catholic University de Louvain, Brussels May, 2014: Mechanisms underlying parsing of inputs in the
auditory processing stream

31. University of Amsterdam, March, 2014: Dynamic neuronal mechanisms of audiovisual attention.

32. Maastricht University March, 2014: Low frequency neuronal oscillations as instruments of sensory
selection

33. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, March, 2014: Neuronal substrates of temporal prediction in
multisensory integration.

34. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, March, 2015: Thalamocortical mechanisms of Cortical
synchrony in active processing.

35. A multisensory Summit, Boston University, January, 2015: Neuronal dynamics of multisensory and
sensorimotor integration.

B. Ongoing Research Support

ACTIVE

R01 DC011490 Schroeder (PI) 12/01/10-11/30/15
NIDCD
Neurophysiology and Anatomy of Multisensory Processing
To investigate multisensory interaction across levels of the auditory system as a general model for integrative operations in the brain.
Role: PI

R01 MH060358 Schroeder (PI) 05/01/00-05/31/15
NIMH
Neuronal oscillations as Instruments of sensory selection
To define the role of neuronal oscillations in sensory processing and cognitive performance
Role: PI

R21 MH103814 Schroeder (PI) 05/15/14-04/30/16
NIMH
Neural Dynamics of Preparatory Attention
Our broad goal is to provide incisive information on neural mechanisms of preparatory attention by
capitalizing on the resolution provided by direct electrocorticographic (ECoG) and Utah (multiple microelectrode) Array recording within the human brain in surgical epilepsy patients
Role: PI

P50 MH086385 Javitt (PI) (Schroeder – Project PI) 07/23/09-06/30/15
NIMH
The Conte Center for Schizophrenia Research (Project 2-Neuro-oscillations and neuro-cognitive dysfunction)
To define developmental sensory abnormalities and mechanistic components in schizophrenia
Role: Subcontract-PI

R01 DC012947 Lakatos (PI) 12/10/12-11/30/17
NIDCD
Cortical and thalamic mechanisms of selective auditory attention
To investigate the mechanisms of selective auditory attention within and across hierarchical processing nodes of the auditory system
Role: Co-Investigator

R21 DC012918 Kajikawa (PI) 07/01/13-06/30/15
NIDCD
Neuronal properties and behavioral role of the auditory parabelt
The goals of the grant are (1) to characterize auditory response properties and functions of parabelt neurons in primates, and (2) to characterize the routes and dynamics of signal flow between parabelt areas.
Role: Co-Investigator

HFSP Visiting Scholar Jose Herrero – Fellow (Schroeder mentor) (4/15/12-4/14/15)
HFSP Physiology and pharmacology of attentive auditory processing
To define mechanisms of auditory representation and perceptual selection in monkeys

MARIE CURIE Lucia Melloni (PI) (Schroeder – Mentor) 05/01/12-04/30/16
Research Fellowship (EU)
Neuronal Dynamics and the Predictive Brain.
To define the neuronal mechanisms by which the brain represents and instantiates predictions.

MARIE CURIE Costa-Fidella, PI (Schroeder – Mentor) 10/01/12-09/30/16
Research Fellowship (EU)
Neurophysiology of stimulus-specific adaptation (SSA)
To determine the neuronal bases of Stimulus Specific Adaptation and of related mismatch negativity.

VENI. Haegens (PI) (Schroeder – Mentor) 12/01/15-11/31/18
Visiting Research Fellowship (Dutch)
Dynamics and physiology of anticipatory attention
To define the mechanisms by which the brain prepares for anticipated stimulation.

COMPLETED (past 2 years)

RUBICON Haegens (PI) (Schroeder – Mentor) 12/01/11-11/31/14
Research Fellowship (Dutch)
How Alpha Rhythms Clock Processing in the Brain
To examine the hypothesis that alpha-related pulsed inhibition promotes a brain sampling rate

RUBICON Kilian-Huetten, PI (Schroeder – Mentor) 04/01/12-03/31/14
Research Fellowship (Dutch)
Neuronal Processes in the construction of conscious auditory perception: role of entrained oscillations.
To investigate the neuronal dynamics underlying auditory awareness.

FYSSEN Morrillon (PI) (Schroeder – Mentor) 02/01/12-1/31/14
Research Fellowship (French)
Neural Synchrony During Language processing
To determine the role of Delta Band slow oscillations in mediating prosodic modulation.

F32MH093061 Zion-Golumbic (PI) (Schroeder – Mentor) 11/16/10-11/15/13
NIMH
Neuronal Oscillations as a tool for attentional stream selection
To determine if and how neuronal oscillations provide a physiological mechanism for streaming

K01 MH082415 Y. Kajikawa (PI) (Schroeder – Mentor) 07/18/08 – 04/30/13
NIMH
Mechanisms of Multisensory integration in primate auditory cortex
To describe neuronal mechanisms of audiovisual vocalization discrimination in monkey auditory cortex

PENDING

R21 EY024776 Schroeder (PI) 07/01/15-06/30/17
Neurophysiology of active vision in humans.
The goal is to develop a workable approach to high-resolution study of Active Vision dynamics in humans.

R21 NS095248 Kajikawa-Schroeder (co-PIs) 09/1/15-08/31/17
Isolation of a novel corollary discharge signal in somatosensory processing
The goal of this project is to study the efferent (CD-mediated) effects of motor entrainment on S2 in
macaque monkeys performing rhythmic audiovisual tasks that require manual responses to target stimuli.

R21 MH108981 Kopell-Schroeder (co-PIs) 09/01/15-08/31/17
Control of thalamocortical entrainment: Harnessing brain rhythms in behavior & cognition
The goal is to test a novel means of manipulating brain rhythms that control cognition and behavior, and to develop a physiologically-plausible model for iterative computational-empirical investigations.

C. ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS:

1. Harter, M.R., Aine, C.A. and Schroeder, C.E. Hemispheric differences in the neural
processing of stimulus location and type: Effects of selective attention on visual event-related
potentials. Neuropsychologia, 20:421 438, 1982.

2. Garraghty, P.E., Salinger, W.L., McAvoy, M.G., Schroeder, C.E. and Guido, W.B. Shift
in the X/Y ratio after chronic monocular paralysis: A binocularly mediated, barbiturate
sensitive effect on neurons in the adult lateral geniculate. Exp. Brain Res., 47:301 308, 1982.

3. Schroeder, C.E., Salinger, W.L. and Garraghty, P.E. The relationship between conduction
times in the axonal and perisynaptic compartments of the retinogeniculate pathways of
cats. Brain Res., 381: 143 147, 1986.

4. Schroeder, C.E., Salinger, W.L., and Guido, W. The influence of anesthesia upon
binocular processes controlling the recordability of X and Y cells in the lateral geniculate
nucleus of the adult cat. Brain Res., 454:227 237, 1988.

5. Arezzo, J.C., Brosnan, C.F., Schroeder, C.E., Brennen, N., Litwak, M.S. and Bornstein,
M.B. Evoked potential analysis of factors involved in the primary demyelinating
diseases: The rabbit eye model system. Brain Res., 462:286 300, 1988.

6. Guido, W., Salinger, W.L. and Schroeder, C.E. Binocular interactions in the dorsal lateral
geniculate nucleus of cats: Extraretinal and retinal influences. Exp. Brain Res., 70:
417-428, 1988.

7. Schroeder, C.E., Tenke, C.E., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Timing and distribution
of visually evoked activity in the lateral geniculate nucleus of the alert monkey. Brain Res.,
477:183 195, 1989.

8. Arezzo, J.C., Schroeder, C.E., Litwak, M.S. and Steward, D.L. Effects of vigabatrin on
evoked potentials in dogs. Br. J. Clin. Pharmac., 27:53-60, 1989.

9. Brosnan, C.F., Litwak, M.S., Schroeder, C.E., Selmaj, K., Raine, C. and Arezzo, J.C.
Preliminary studies of cytokines-induced functional effects on the VEP in the
rabbit. J. Immunol., 25: 227-239, 1989.

10. Schroeder, C.E., Tenke, C.E., Givre S., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Laminar
analysis of bicuculline-induced epileptiform activity in area 17 of the awake macaque.
Brain Res., 515:326-330, 1990.

11. Schroeder, C.E., Tenke, C.E., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Binocularity in the
lateral geniculate nucleus of the alert macaque. Brain Res., 521:303-310, 1990.

12. Schroeder, C.E., Tenke, C.E., Givre S.J., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Striate
cortical contribution to the surface-recorded pattern-reversal VEP in the alert monkey.
Vision Res., 31: 1143-1157, 1991.

13. Steinschneider, M., Tenke, C.E., Schroeder, C.E., Javitt, D.C., Simpson, G.V., Arezzo, J.C.
and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Cellular generators of the cortical auditory evoked potential initial
component. Electroenceph. clin Neurophysiol., 84;2:196-200, 1992.

14. Javitt, D.C., Schroeder, C.E., Steinschneider, M., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr.
Demonstration of mismatch negativity in the monkey. Electroenceph. clin Neurophysiol.,
83:87-90, 1992.

15. Schroeder, C.E., Tenke, C.E. and Givre, S.J. Subcortical contributions to the surface
recorded flash-VEP in the awake macaque. Electroenceph. clin. Neurophysiol., 84:219-
231, 1992.

16. Schroeder, C.E., Gibson, J.B., Yarrington, J., Heydorn, W.E., Sussman, N.M. and Arezzo,
J.C. Effects of high dose vigabatrin administration on visual and somatosensory evoked
potentials in dogs. Epilepsia, 33:(Suppl. 5) S13-S25, 1992.

17. Tenke, C.E., Schroeder, C.E., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Interpretation of high
resolution current source density profiles: a stimulation of sublaminar contributions to the
visual evoked potential. Exp. Brain Res., 94:183-192, 1993.

18. Steinschneider M., Schroeder, C.E., Arezzo J and Vaughan H.G.Jr Temporal encoding of
phonetic features in auditory cortex. Ann. NY Acad. Sci. 682:415-417, 1993

19. Givre, S.J., Arezzo, J.C. and Schroeder, C.E. Contribution of extrastriate area V4 to the
surface-recorded flash VEP in the awake macaque. Vision Res., 34:4;415-438, 1994.

20. Steinschneider, M., Schroeder, C.E., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Speech-evoked
activity in primary auditory cortex: effects of voice onset time. Electroenceph. clin.
Neurphysiol., 92, 30-43, 1994.

21. Weiss, K.L., Schroeder, C.E., Kastin, S.J., Gibson, J.P., Yarrington, J.T., Heydorn, W.E.,
McBride, R.G., Sussman, N.M. and Arezzo, J.C. MRI monitoring of vigabatrin-induced
intramyelinic edema in dogs. Neurology, 44:1944-1949, 1994.

22. Javitt, D.C., Steinschneider, M., Schroeder, C.E., Vaughan, H.G., Jr. and Arezzo, J.C.
Detection of stimulus deviance within primate primary auditory cortex: Intracortical
mechanisms of mismatch negativity (MMN) generation. Brain Res., 667:102-200, 1994.

23. Givre, S.J., Arezzo, J.C. and Schroeder, C.E. Effects of wavelength on the timing and
laminar distribution of illuminance-evoked activity in macaque V1. Visual Neurosci.. 12,
229-239, 1995.

24 Schroeder, C.E., Steinschneider, M., Javitt, D.C., Tenke, C.E., Givre, S.J., Mehta, A.D.
and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Localization of ERP generators and identification of underlying neural
processes. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol., 44:55-75, 1995

25. Steinschneider, M., Schroeder, C.E., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Physiologic
correlates of the voice onset time (VOT) boundary in primary auditory cortex (A1) of the
awake monkey: temporal response patterns. Brain and Language, 48:326-340, 1995.

26. Steinschneider, M., Schroeder, C.E., Reser, D. and Arezzo, J.C. Tonotopic organization of
responses reflecting stop consonant place of articulation in primary auditory cortex (A1)
of the monkey. Brain Res., 674:147-152, 1995.

27. Peterson, N.N., Schroeder, C.E. and Arezzo, J.C. Neural generators of early cortical
somatosensory evoked potentials in the awake monkey. Electroenceph. clin.
Neurophysiol., 96:248-260, 1995.

28 Walkley, S.U., March, P.A., Schroeder, C.E., Wurzelmann, S. and Jolly, R.D. Pathogenesis of
brain dysfunction in batten’s disease. Am. J. Med. Genetics, 57:196-283, 1995

29. Schroeder, C.E., Seto, S., Arezzo, J.C. and Garraghty, P.E. Electrophysiologic evidence
for overlapping dominant and latent inputs to somatosensory cortex in squirrel monkeys.
J. Neurophysiol., 74(2): 722-732, 1995.

30. Schroeder, C.E. Defining the neural bases of visual selective attention: conceptual and
empirical issues. Int. J. Neurosci. 80:65-78, 1995.

31. Javitt, D.C., Schroeder, C.E., Steinschneider, M., Arezzo, J.C. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr.
N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors and auditory sensory memory: Implications for schizophrenia
and drug abuse. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 93:11962-11967, 1996.

32. Schroeder, C.E., Javitt, D.C., Steinschneider, M., Mehta, A.D., Givre, S.J., Vaughan, H.G., Jr.
and Arezzo, J.C. An NMDA mechanism of signal amplification in macaque neocortex.
Exp. Brain Res. 114: 271-278, 1997

33. Schroeder, C.E., Seto, S. and Garraghty, P.E. Emergence of radial nerve dominance in
median nerve territory after median nerve transection in an adult squirrel monkey.
J. Neurophysiol., 77: 522-526,1997.

34. Schroeder, C.E., Mehta, A.D. and Givre, S.J. A spatiotemporal profile of visual system
activation as revealed by current source density analysis in the awake macaque.
Cerebral Cortex, 8: 575-592, 1998.

35. Steinschneider, M. Reser, D.H., Fishman, Y.I., Schroeder, C.E. Click train encoding in primary
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37. Mehta, A.D. and Schroeder, C.E. Intermodal selective attention in monkeys I: Distribution and
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38. Mehta, A.D., Ulbert, I and Schroeder, C.E. Intermodal selective attention in monkeys II:
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39. Foxe, J.J. and Schroeder, C.E. Oscillatory mechanisms for gating of sensory input in selective
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40. Foxe, J.J., Morocz, I.A., Higgins, B.A., Murray, M.M., Javitt, D.C., and Schroeder, C.E.
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41. Doniger, G.M., Foxe, J.J., Murray, M.M., Higgins, B.A., Snodgrass, J.G., Schroeder, C.E., and
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42. Doniger, G.M., Foxe, J.J., Murray, M.M., Higgins, B.A., Schroeder, C.E., and Javitt, D.C. Visual
learning in human object recognition areas: A repetition priming study using high-density
electrical mapping. Neuroimage. 13(2): 305-313 [2001].

43. Javitt, DC, Jayachandra, M, Lindsley, RW, Specht, CM, Schroeder, CE. Schizophrenia-like
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44. Schroeder, C.E., Lindsley, R.L., Specht, C., Feldmann, R., Marcovici, A. and Javitt, D.C.
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45. Murray, M.M., Foxe, J.J., Higgins, B.A., Javitt, D.C., and Schroeder, C.E. Visuo-spatial neural
response interactions in early cortical processing during a simple reaction time task: A high-
density electrical mapping study. Neuropsychologia 39(8): 828-44. (2001)

46. Fu, K.G., Foxe, J.J., Murray, M.M., Higgins, B.A., Javitt, D.C. and Schroeder, C.E. Attention
dependent suppression of distracter visual input can be cross-modally cued as indexed by
anticipatory parieto-occipital alpha-band oscillations. Cogn. Brain Res. 12: 145-152, (2001)

47. Lisanby, S.H., Luber, B., Finck, A.D., Schroeder, C.E., Sackeim, H.A. Deliberate seizure
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48. Schroeder, C.E. and Foxe, J.J. The timing and laminar profile of converging inputs to multi-sensory areas of the macaque neocortex, Cognitive Brain Research 14 (1): 187-198, (2002).

49. Saron, C.D., Schroeder, C.E., Foxe, J.J. and Vaughan, H.G., Jr. Visual activatioon of frontal cortex:
segregation from occipital activity. Cogn. Brain Res. 12(1): 75-88, 2001.

50. Foxe, J.J., Wylie, G.A., Martinez, A., Schroeder, C.E., Guilfoyle, D., Ritter, W., and Murray, M.M.
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51. Murray, M.M., Wylie, G.R., Higgins, B.A., Javitt, D.C., Schroeder, C.E. and Foxe, J.J. The
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source analysis and functional magnetic resonance imaging. J. Neurosci., 22(12): 5055-5073.
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52. Molholm, S., Ritter, W., Murray, M.M., Javitt, D.C., Schroeder, C.E., and Foxe, J.J. Multisensory
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mapping study. Cognitive Brain Research. 14(1):115-28, 2002.

53. Fu, K.G., Shah, A.S, Arnold, L., Garraghty, P.E., Smiley, J., Hackett, T.A., and Schroeder, C.E.
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54. Shah, A.S., Knuth, K.H., Truccolo, W., Ding, M., Bressler, S.H. and Schroeder, C.E. A bayesian
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55. Lisanby SH, Moscrip T, Morales O, Luber B, Schroeder C, Sackeim HA. Neurophysiological
characterization of magnetic seizure therapy (MST) in non-human primates.
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56. Shah, A.S., Bressler, S.H., Knuth, K.H., Ding, M., Mehta, A.D., and Schroeder, C.E. Neural
dynamics and the fundamental mechanisms of event-related brain potentials. Cerebral Cortex, 14, 476-483, 2004.

57. Schroeder, C.E., Smiley, J., Fu, K-M. G., McGinnis, T., O’Connell, M.N. and Hackett, T.A.
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processing. Int. J. Psychophysiol., 50(1-2): 5-17, 2003.

58. Truccolo, W., Knuth, K.H., Shah, A.S., Bressler, S.L., Schroeder, C.E. and Ding, M. Estimation of
single-trial multicomponent ERPs: Differentially variable component analysis (dVCA). Biol. Cybern.,
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59. Shah, A.S., Knuth, K.H., Lakatos, P., and Schroeder, C.E. Application of differentially variable
component analysis (dVCA) to dynamic brain activity patterns. Maximum Entropy and Bayesian
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60. Fu, K-M. G., Shah, A.S., O’Connell, M.N, McGinnis, T., Eckholdt, H., Lakatos, P., Smiley, J. and
Schroeder, C.E., Timing and Laminar Profile of Eye Position Effects on Auditory Responses in
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61. Schroeder, C.E., Molholm, S., Lakatos, P., Ritter, W., and Foxe, J.J. Human-simian
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62. Foxe, J.J. and Schroeder, C.E. The case for feedforward multisensory convergence in early
cortical processing. NeuroReport 16(5), 419-423, 2005.

63. Hackett T.A., Karmos G., Schroeder C.E., Ulbert I., Sterbing-D’Angelo S.J., D’Angelo W.R., Kajikawa Y., Blumell S., de la Mothe L. Neurosurgical access to cortical areas in the lateral fissure of primates. J Neurosci Methods,141:103-113, 2005.

64. Murray MM, Molholm S, Michel CM, Heslenfeld DJ, Ritter W, Javitt DC, Schroeder CE, Foxe JJ. Grabbing Your Ear: Rapid Auditory-Somatosensory Multisensory Interactions in Low-level Sensory Cortices Are Not Constrained by Stimulus Alignment. Cereb Cortex. 15(7): 963-974.

65. Lakatos P, Shah AS, Knuth KH, Karmos G, Schroeder CE. An oscillatory hierarchy controlling
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66. Lakatos P, Pincze Z, Fu K-G, Javitt DC, Karmos G, Schroeder CE. Timing of pure tone and noise
evoked responses in macaque auditory cortex. Neuroreport, 16(9): 963-967.

67. Schroeder CE, Foxe JJ. Multisensory contributions to low-level, “unisensory” processing. Curr. Opinion Neurobiol. 15: 454-458, 2005.

68. Knuth, KH, Bressler, S, Ding, M., Shah, AS., Truccolo, W, Schroeder, CE. (2006) Differentially variable component analysis: Identifying multiple evoked responses using trial-to-trial variability. J. Neurophsiol. 95, 3257-3276.

69. Dias, EC, McGinnis, T, Smiley, JF, Schroeder, CE, Javitt, DC. Changing plans: neural correlates of executive control in monkey and human frontal cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 174(2): 279-291, 2006.

70. Smiley J.F., Hackett T.A., Ulbert I., Lakatos P., Karmos G., Javitt D.C., Schroeder, C.E. Multisensory convergence in auditory cortex I. Cortical connections of the caudal superior temporal plane in macaque monkeys. J. Comp. Neurol. 502, 894-923, 2007.

71. Hackett T.A., Smiley J.F., Ulbert I., Karmos G., Schroeder, C.E. Multisensory convergence in auditory cortex II. Thalamic connections of the caudal superior temporal plane in macaque monkeys. J. Comp. Neurol. 502, 924-952, 2007.

72. Senkowski, D., Gomez-Ramirez, M., Lakat5os, P., Wylie, G., Molholm, S., Schroeder, C.E., Foxe, J.J. Multisensory processing and oscillatory activity: analyzing non-linear electrophysiological measures in humans and simians. Exp. Brain Res., 177, 184-195, 2007.

73. Lakatos, P., Chen, C.M., O’Connell, M.N, Mills, A., and Schroeder, C.E. Neuronal oscillations and multisensory interaction in primary auditory cortex. Neuron, 53(2) 279-292, 2007.

74. Chen, C.-M., Lakatos, P., Shah, A.S., Mehta, A.D., Givre, S.J., Javitt, D.C., Schroeder, C.E. Functional anatomy and interaction of fast and slow visual pathways in macaques. Cerebral Cortex, 17(7) 1561-1560, 2006.

75. Rajkai, C., Lakatos, P., Chen, C.M., Pincze, Z., Karmos, G., and Schroeder, C.E. Transient cortical excitation at the onset of visual fixation. Cerebral Cortex. 18(1) 200-209, 2008.

76. Schroeder, C.E., Lakatos, P., Kajikawa, Y., Partan, S., Puce, A. Neuronal oscillations and visual amplification of speech. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 12(3), 81-122, 2008

77. Lakatos, P., Karmos, G., Mehta, A.D., Ulbert, I. and Schroeder, C.E. Entrainment of neuronal oscillations as a mechanism of attentional selection. Science, 320 (5872), 110-113, 2008.

78. Foxe JJ, Strugstad EC, Sehatpour P, Molholm S, Pasieka W, Schroeder CE, McCourt ME.
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79. Bollimunta A, Chen C, Schroeder C.E., Ding M. Neuronal mechanisms of cortical alpha oscillations
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80. Schroeder C.E., Lakatos P. Low frequency oscillations as instruments of sensory selection. Trends
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81. Schroeder, C.E. and Lakatos, P. The Gamma oscillation: master or slave? Brain Topography. 22(1)
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82. Lakatos P, O’Connell MN, Barczak A, Mills A, Javitt, DC and Schroeder CE. The leading sense: supramodal control of neurophysiological context by attention. Neuron, 64(3): 419-430, 2009

83. Hackett TA and Schroeder CE. Multisensory integration in auditory and auditory-related areas of cortex. Hearing Res., 258: 1-3, 2009

84. Musacchia G, Schroeder CE. Neuronal mechanisms, response dynamics and perceptual functions of multisensory interactions in auditory cortex. Hear Res 258:72-79. 2009.
85. Schevon CA, Ng SK, Cappell J, Goodman RR, McKhann G, Jr., Waziri A, Branner A, Sosunov A, Schroeder CE, Emerson RG. Microphysiology of epileptiform activity in human neocortex. J Clin Neurophysiol 25:321-330, 2009.
86. Schevon CA, Trevelyan AJ, Schroeder CE, Goodman RR, McKhann G, Jr., Emerson RG. Spatial characterization of interictal high frequency oscillations in epileptic neocortex. Brain, 132(Pt11): 3047-3059, 2009.

87. Falchier A, Schroeder CE, Hackett TA, Lakatos P, Nascimento-Silva S, Ulbert I, Karmos G, Smiley JF. Projection from Visual Areas V2 and Prostriata to Caudal Auditory Cortex in the Monkey.
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88. Schroeder CE, Wilson DA, Radman T, Scharfman H, Lakatos P. Dynamics of Active Sensing and Perceptual Selection. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol., 20(2) 172-6, 2010.

89. Mo, J., Schroeder, C.E. and Ding, M. Attentional Modulation of alpha oscillations in
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90. Lipton, M.L., Liszewski, M.C., O’Connell, M.N., Mills, A., Smiley, J.F., Branch, C.A., Isler, J. R., and
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91. Stein, B.E., Burr D., Constantinidis C., Laurienti, P.J., Meredith A.M., Perrault T.J., Jr,
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92. O’Connell, N., Falchier, A., McGinnis, T. Schroeder, C.E., and Lakatos, P. Dual mechanism
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93. Linn, G., O’Keefe, R., Lifshitz, K., Schroeder, C.E., and Javitt, D.C. Behavioral effects of orally-
administered glycine in socially-housed monkeys on chronic phencyclidine. Psychopharm., in press.

94. Kajikawa Y, Falchier A, Musacchia G, Lakatos P, Schroeder CE (2010) Audiovisual integration in non-human primates: a window into the anatomy and physiology of cognition. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, in-press.
95. Besle, J., Schevon, C.A., Mehta, A.D., McKahn, G., Goodman, R., Emerson, R.G., and
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96. Bollimunta, A., Mo, J., Schroeder, C.E. and Ding, M. Neuronal mechanisms and attentional
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97. Ding M, Mo J, Schroeder CE, Wen X. Analyzing coherent brain networks with Granger
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98. Kajikawa Y, Schroeder CE How local is the local field potential? Neuron 72:847-858, 2011

99. Mishra J, Martinez A, Schroeder CE, Hillyard SA Spatial attention boosts short-latency neural
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100. Zion Golumbic EM, Poeppel D, Schroeder CE. (2013) Temporal context in speech processing and
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101. Lakatos P, Musacchia GE, O’Connell MN, Falchie AY, Javitt DC, Schroeder, CE. (2013) A
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102. Lakatos P, Schroeder CE, Leitman DI, Javitt DC. (2013) Predictive suppression of
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103. Zion Golumbic EM, Ding N, Bickel S, Lakatos P, Schevon CA, McKhann, GA, Goodman RR,
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104. Musacchia GE. Large EW and Schroeder CE. Thalamocortical mechanisms for integrating musical
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105. Schroeder C E and P. Lakatos (2012). The signs of silence. Neuron 74(5): 770-2.

106. Zion-Golumbic, E. and Schroeder CE. (2012). Attention modulates ‘speech-tracking’ at a cocktail
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107. Mishra J., Martinez A, Schroeder CE, Hillyard, SA. (2012). Spatial attention boosts short-latency
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108. Zion Golumbic E, Cogan GB, Schroeder CE, Poeppel D. (2013) Visual Input enhances selective speech envelope tracking in auditory cortex at a “cocktail party.” J Neurosci. 23;33(4):1417-26.

109. Chen CM, Stanford AD, Mao X, Abi-Dargham A, Shungu DC, Lisanby SH, Schroeder CE, Kegeles LS (2014) GABA level, gamma oscillation, and working memory performance in schizophrenia. NeuroImage Clinical 4:531-539.

110. Morillon B, Schroeder CE, Wyart V (2014) Motor contributions to the temporal precision of auditory attention. Nature Communications 5:5255.

111. Morillon B, Hackett TA, Kajikawa Y, Schroeder CE (2015) Predictive motor control of sensory dynamics in auditory active sensing. Curr Opin Neurobiol 31:230-238.

112. Musacchia G, Large EW, Schroeder CE (2014) Thalamocortical mechanisms for integrating musical tone and rhythm. Hear Res 308:50-59.

113. O’Connell MN, Barczak A, Schroeder CE, Lakatos P (2014) Layer specific sharpening of frequency tuning by selective attention in primary auditory cortex. J Neurosci 34:16496-16508.

114. ten Oever S, Schroeder CE, Poeppel D, van Atteveldt N, Zion-Golumbic E (2014) Rhythmicity and cross-modal temporal cues facilitate detection. Neuropsychologia 63:43-50.

115. van Atteveldt N, Murray MM, Thut G, Schroeder CE (2014a) Multisensory integration: flexible use of general operations. Neuron 81:1240-1253.

116. van Atteveldt NM, Peterson BS, Schroeder CE (2014b) Contextual control of audiovisual integration in low-level sensory cortices. Hum Brain Mapp 35:2394-2411.

117. Kajikawa Y, Schroeder CE (2015) Generation of field potentials and modulation of their dynamics through volume integration of cortical activity. J Neurophysiol 113:339-351.

118. Noy N, Bickel S, Zion-Golumbic E, Harel M, Golan T, Davidesco I, Schevon CA, McKhann GM, Goodman RR, Schroeder CE, Mehta AD, Malach R (2015) Ignition’s glow: Ultra-fast spread of global cortical activity accompanying local “ignitions” in visual cortex during conscious visual perception. Conscious Cogn.

119. Kajikawa Y FS, Ross D, Falchier AY, Hackett TA, Schroeder CE (2015) Auditory properties in the parabelt regions of the superior temporal gyrus in the awake macaque monkey: an initial survey. Journal of Neuroscience in-press.

120. Morillon B, Schroeder CE (2015) Neuronal oscillations as a mechanistic substrate of auditory temporal prediction. Ann N Y Acad Sci 1337:26-31.

121. Podvalny E, Noy N, Harel M, Bickel S, Chechik G, Schroeder CE, Mehta AD, Tsodyks M, Malach
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