Browsing publications by Professor Adrian Rees

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Coline Poirier
Dr Simon Baumann
Pradeep Dheerendra
Dr Olivier Joly
Dr David Hunter
et al.
Auditory motion-specific mechanisms in the primate brain2017
Sabine Gretenkord
Professor Adrian Rees
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Sasha Gartside
Dr Fiona LeBeau
et al.
Dorsal vs. ventral differences in fast Up-state-associated oscillations in the medial prefrontal cortex of the urethane-anesthetized rat2017
Dr LLwyd Orton
Christoforos Papasavvas
Professor Adrian Rees
Commissural Gain Control Enhances the Midbrain Representation of Sound Location2016
Dr Quoc Vuong
Dr Jehill Parikh
Mark Laing
Professor Andrew Blamire
Professor Adrian Rees
et al.
Visual modulation of auditory discrimination correlates with GABA in parietal multisensory area2016
Mark Laing
Professor Adrian Rees
Dr Quoc Vuong
Amplitude-modulated stimuli reveal auditory-visual interactions in brain activity and brain connectivity2015
Dr Fiona Pearson
Kay Mann
Professor Adrian Rees
Professor Mark Pearce
The Effect of Childhood Infection on Hearing Function at Age 61 to 63 Years in the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2015
Dr Simon Baumann
Dr Olivier Joly
Professor Adrian Rees
Professor Christopher Petkov
Dr Li Sun
et al.
The Topography of Frequency and Time Representation in Primate Auditory Cortices2015
Dr Llwyd Orton
Professor Adrian Rees
Intercollicular commissural connections refine the representation of sound frequency and level in the auditory midbrain2014
Dr Fiona Pearson
Kay Mann
Professor Adrian Rees
Professor Mark Pearce
Childhood infections, but not early life growth, influence hearing in the Newcastle thousand families birth cohort at age 14 years2013
Professor Adrian Rees
Classification of frequency response areas in the inferior colliculus reveals continua not discrete classes2013
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