Philip X. Joris

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
"Philip Joris"
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Tom C T Yin post-doc 1987-1995 UW Madison


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Tom P. Franken grad student KU Leuven (Neurotree)
Hsin-Wei Lu post-doc KU Leuven (Neurotree)
Mark Sayles post-doc KU Leuven
Marcel Van der Heijden post-doc KU Leuven (Neurotree)
Peter Bremen post-doc 2009-2011 KU Leuven
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Lu HW, Smith PH, Joris PX. (2022) Mammalian octopus cells are direction selective to frequency sweeps by excitatory synaptic sequence detection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2203748119
Joris PX. (2022) In praise of adventitious sounds. Hearing Research. 108592
Perez-Flores MC, Verschooten E, Lee JH, et al. (2022) Intrinsic mechanical sensitivity of mammalian auditory neurons as a contributor to sound-driven neural activity. Elife. 11
Franken TP, Bondy BJ, Haimes DB, et al. (2021) Glycinergic axonal inhibition subserves acute spatial sensitivity to sudden increases in sound intensity. Elife. 10
Yin TCT, Smith PH, Joris PX. (2019) Neural Mechanisms of Binaural Processing in the Auditory Brainstem. Comprehensive Physiology. 9: 1503-1575
Joris PX, van der Heijden M. (2019) Early Binaural Hearing: The Comparison of Temporal Differences at the Two Ears. Annual Review of Neuroscience
Verschooten E, Shamma S, Oxenham AJ, et al. (2019) The upper frequency limit for the use of phase locking to code temporal fine structure in humans: A compilation of viewpoints. Hearing Research. 377: 109-121
Joris PX. (2019) Neural binaural sensitivity at high sound speeds: Single cell responses in cat midbrain to fast-changing interaural time differences of broadband sounds. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 145: EL45
Joris PX, Trussell LO. (2018) The Calyx of Held: A Hypothesis on the Need for Reliable Timing in an Intensity-Difference Encoder. Neuron. 100: 534-549
Verschooten E, Desloovere C, Joris PX. (2018) High-resolution frequency tuning but not temporal coding in the human cochlea. Plos Biology. 16: e2005164
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