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Rosen Lab Publications

  • 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.