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Boris Gourévitch
Boris Gourévitch
PhD, CNRS researcher, UMR1120 Inserm, Institut Pasteur, Univ. Paris 6
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Linear and nonlinear causality between signals: methods, examples and neurophysiological applications
B Gourévitch, RL Bouquin-Jeannès, G Faucon
Biological cybernetics 95 (4), 349-369, 2006
2872006
Evaluating information transfer between auditory cortical neurons
B Gourévitch, JJ Eggermont
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (3), 2533-2543, 2007
2272007
Spectrally enhanced acoustic environment disrupts frequency representation in cat auditory cortex
AJ Norena, B Gourévitch, N Aizawa, JJ Eggermont
Nature neuroscience 9 (7), 932-939, 2006
1612006
Is the din really harmless? Long-term effects of non-traumatic noise on the adult auditory system
B Gourévitch, JM Edeline, F Occelli, JJ Eggermont
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 15 (7), 483-491, 2014
1052014
A nonparametric approach for detection of bursts in spike trains
B Gourévitch, JJ Eggermont
Journal of neuroscience methods 160 (2), 349-358, 2007
872007
Directional coupling from the olfactory bulb to the hippocampus during a go/no-go odor discrimination task
B Gourévitch, LM Kay, C Martin
Journal of neurophysiology 103 (5), 2633-2641, 2010
782010
Spectrotemporal receptive fields in anesthetized cat primary auditory cortex are context dependent
B Gourévitch, A Noreña, G Shaw, JJ Eggermont
Cerebral Cortex 19 (6), 1448-1461, 2009
722009
Subcortical pathways: Towards a better understanding of auditory disorders
RA Felix II, B Gourévitch, CV Portfors
Hearing research 362, 48-60, 2018
712018
Follow-up of latency and threshold shifts of auditory brainstem responses after single and interrupted acoustic trauma in guinea pig
B Gourévitch, T Doisy, M Avillac, JM Edeline
Brain research 1304, 66-79, 2009
672009
Increasing spectrotemporal sound density reveals an octave-based organization in cat primary auditory cortex
AJ Noreña, B Gourévitch, M Pienkowski, G Shaw, JJ Eggermont
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (36), 8885-8896, 2008
602008
Cortical inhibition reduces information redundancy at presentation of communication sounds in the primary auditory cortex
Q Gaucher, C Huetz, B Gourévitch, JM Edeline
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (26), 10713-10728, 2013
542013
Age‐related changes in the guinea pig auditory cortex: relationship with brainstem changes and comparison with tone‐induced hearing loss
B Gourévitch, JM Edeline
European Journal of Neuroscience 34 (12), 1953-1965, 2011
522011
Analysis of auditory evoked potential parameters in the presence of radiofrequency fields using a support vector machines method
E Maby, R Le Bouquin Jeannes, C Liegeok-Chauvel, B Gourevitch, ...
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 42, 562-568, 2004
522004
How do auditory cortex neurons represent communication sounds?
Q Gaucher, C Huetz, B Gourévitch, J Laudanski, F Occelli, JM Edeline
Hearing research 305, 102-112, 2013
502013
How different are the local field potentials and spiking activities? Insights from multi-electrodes arrays
Q Gaucher, JM Edeline, B Gourévitch
Journal of Physiology-Paris 106 (3-4), 93-103, 2012
492012
Spatial representation of neural responses to natural and altered conspecific vocalizations in cat auditory cortex
B Gourévitch, JJ Eggermont
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (1), 144-158, 2007
482007
Neural codes in the thalamocortical auditory system: from artificial stimuli to communication sounds
C Huetz, B Gourévitch, JM Edeline
Hearing research 271 (1-2), 147-158, 2011
432011
Temporal envelope processing in the human auditory cortex: response and interconnections of auditory cortical areas
B Gourévitch, RLB Jeannès, G Faucon, C Liégeois-Chauvel
Hearing Research 237 (1-2), 1-18, 2008
402008
The impact of early reflections on binaural cues
B Gourévitch, R Brette
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 132 (1), 9-27, 2012
392012
Cerebellar re-encoding of self-generated head movements
GP Dugué, M Tihy, B Gourévitch, C Léna
Elife 6, e26179, 2017
302017
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