Adrian Rees
Adrian Rees
Professor of Auditory Neuroscience, Newcastle University
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Neural processing of amplitude-modulated sounds
PX Joris, CE Schreiner, A Rees
Physiological reviews 84 (2), 541-577, 2004
7282004
Sensitivity to dynamic auditory and visual stimuli predicts nonword reading ability in both dyslexic and normal readers
C Witton, JB Talcott, PC Hansen, AJ Richardson, TD Griffiths, A Rees, ...
Current biology 8 (14), 791-797, 1998
4761998
Right parietal cortex is involved in the perception of sound movement in humans
TD Griffiths, G Rees, A Rees, GGR Green, C Witton, D Rowe, C Büchel, ...
Nature neuroscience 1 (1), 74, 1998
3261998
Responses of neurons in the inferior colliculus of the rat to AM and FM tones
A Rees, AR Møller
Hearing research 10 (3), 301-330, 1983
3201983
Dynamic sensory sensitivity and children's word decoding skills
JB Talcott, C Witton, MF McLean, PC Hansen, A Rees, GGR Green, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (6), 2952-2957, 2000
2912000
Spatial and temporal auditory processing deficits following right hemisphere infarction. A psychophysical study.
TD Griffiths, A Rees, C Witton, PM Cross, RA Shakir, GG Green
Brain: a journal of neurology 120 (5), 785-794, 1997
2451997
Contribution of GABA-and glycine-mediated inhibition to the monaural temporal response properties of neurons in the inferior colliculus
FE Le Beau, A Rees, MS Malmierca
Journal of neurophysiology 75 (2), 902-919, 1996
2051996
Iontophoresis in vivo demonstrates a key role for GABAA and glycinergic inhibition in shaping frequency response areas in the inferior colliculus of guinea pig
FEN LeBeau, MS Malmierca, A Rees
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (18), 7303-7312, 2001
1942001
Laminar organization of frequency‐defined local axons within and between the inferior colliculi of the guinea pig
MS Malmierca, A Rees, FEN Le Beau, JG Bjaalie
Journal of Comparative Neurology 357 (1), 124-144, 1995
1931995
Steady-state evoked responses to sinusoidally amplitude-modulated sounds recorded in man
A Rees, GGR Green, RH Kay
Hearing research 23 (2), 123-133, 1986
1821986
Neuronal responses to amplitude‐modulated and pure‐tone stimuli in the guinea pig inferior colliculus, and their modification by broadband noise
A Rees, AR Palmer
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 85 (5), 1978-1994, 1989
1781989
Stimulus properties influencing the responses of inferior colliculus neurons to amplitude-modulated sounds
A Rees, AR Møller
Hearing research 27 (2), 129-143, 1987
1581987
Evidence for a sound movement area in the human cerebral cortex
TD Griffiths, A Rees, C Witton, AS Ra'ad, GB Henning, GGR Green
Nature 383 (6599), 425, 1996
1541996
Human brain areas involved in the analysis of auditory movement
TD Griffiths, GGR Green, A Rees, G Rees
Human Brain Mapping 9 (2), 72-80, 2000
1502000
The spectrum of hearing loss due to mitochondrial DNA defects
PF Chinnery, C Elliott, GR Green, A Rees, A Coulthard, DM Turnbull, ...
Brain 123 (1), 82-92, 2000
1312000
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, 2011
1062011
Regularity of firing of neurons in the inferior colliculus
A Rees, A Sarbaz, MS Malmierca, FEN Le Beau
Journal of neurophysiology 77 (6), 2945-2965, 1997
1001997
Can sensitivity to auditory frequency modulation predict children's phonological and reading skills?
JB Talcott, C Witton, M McClean, PC Hansen, A Rees, GGR Green, ...
Neuroreport 10 (10), 2045-2050, 1999
921999
Rate‐intensity functions and their modification by broadband noise for neurons in the guinea pig inferior colliculus
A Rees, AR Palmer
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 83 (4), 1488-1498, 1988
921988
The topographical organization of descending projections from the central nucleus of the inferior colliculus in guinea pig
MS Malmierca, A Rees
Hearing research 93 (1-2), 167-180, 1996
901996
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