Rosen Lab Publications
Grimsley CA, Longenecker RJ, Rosen MJ, Young JW, Grimsley JMS and Galazyuk AV. (submitted to JARO, February 2015). An improved approach to separating startle data from noise in CBA/CaJ mice.
Gay, JD, Voytenko, SV, Galazyuk, AV & Rosen, MJ (2014). Developmental hearing loss impairs signal detection in noise: putative central mechanisms. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 8: 162.
Rosen, M.J., Sarro E.C., Kelly J.B. and Sanes D.H. (2012). Diminished behavioral and neural sensitivity to sound modulation is associated with moderate developmental hearing loss. PLoS One, 7(7): e41514.
Sarro E.C., Rosen M.J. and Sanes D.H. (2011). Exploiting development and training to evaluate sensory coding mechanisms. Ann New York Acad Sci, 1225(1): 142-154.
Rosen M.J., Semple M.N and Sanes D.H. (2010). Exploiting development to evaluate auditory encoding of amplitude modulation. Journal of Neuroscience, 30(46),15509-15520.
Rosen, M.J., Levin, E.C. & Hoy, R.R. (2009). The cost of assuming the life history of a host: acoustic startle in the parasitoid fly Ormia ochracea. Journal of Experimental Biology, 212, 4056-4064.
Lott, G.K., Rosen, M.J., & Hoy, R.R. (2007). An inexpensive submillisecond system for walking measurements of small animals based on optical computer mouse technology. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 161, 55-61.
Rosen, M.J. & Mooney, R. (2006). Synaptic interactions underlying song-selectivity in the avian nucleus HVC revealed by dual intracellular recordings. Journal of Neurophysiology, 95, 1158-1175.
Rosen, M.J. & Mooney, R. (2003). Inhibitory and excitatory mechanisms for sculpting auditory responses to learned vocalizations in the songbird nucleus HVC. Neuron, 39, 177-194.
Mooney, R., Rosen, M.J., & Sturdy, C.B. (2002). A bird’s eye view: top down intracellular analyses of auditory selectivity for learned vocalizations. Journal of Comparative Physiology, 188, 879-895.
Rosen, M.J. & Mooney, R. (2000). Intrinsic and extrinsic contributions to auditory selectivity in a song nucleus critical for vocal plasticity. Journal of Neuroscience, 20(14), 5437-5448.
Wingfield, A., Tun, P.A., Koh, C.K., & Rosen, M.J. (1999). Regaining lost time: Adult aging and the effect of time restoration on recall of time-compressed speech. Psychology and Aging, 14(3): 380-389.
Tun, P.A., Wingfield, A., Rosen, M.J., & Blanchard, L. (1998). Response latencies for false memories: Gist-based processes in normal aging. Psychology and Aging, 13(2): 230-241.
Wingfield, A., Tun, P.A., & Rosen, M.J. (1994). Age differences in veridical and reconstructive recall of syntactically and randomly segmented speech. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 50B(5): P257-P266.