Anderson MH*, Yazel BW*, Stickle MPF, Espinosa Iñiguez FD, Gutierrez NS, Slaney M, Joshi SS, Miller LM. Towards mobile gaze-directed beamforming: a novel neuro-technology for hearing loss. Proc IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference 2018 (in press) (*equal contribution as first authors)
MacArthur MJ, Zellou G, Miller LM (2018). Beyond Poet Voice: Sampling the (Non-) Performance Styles of 100 American Poets. Journal of Cultural Analytics DOI: 10.7910/DVN/OJI8NB.
(Patent, pending) Miller, L.M., B.D. Moore, and C.W. Bishop. Frequency-multiplexed speech-sound stimuli for hierarchical neural characterization of speech processing, USPTO, Application number PCT/US15/40629. https://www.google.com/patents/WO2016011189A1?cl=en
Van Diepen R, Miller LM, Mazaheri A, Geng J. 2016. The role of alpha activity in spatial and featured-based attention. eNeuro
Bhat, J, Miller, LM, Pitt, MA, and Shahin, AJ 2015.
Putative mechanisms mediating tolerance for audiovisual stimulus onset asynchrony
J Neurophysiol 113(5):1437-50.
Miller, LM 2015.
Neural mechanisms of attention to speech
In: Neurobiology of Language, ed. by Hickok G and Small S. Elsevier, chap. 41, pp. tbd. (ISBN: 978-0-12-407794-2).
Bishop, C, Yadav, D, London, S, and Miller, L (2014).
The effects of preceding lead-alone and lag-alone click trains on the buildup of echo suppression
J Acoust Soc Am, 136(2):803-17.
Da Costa, S, van der Zwaag, W, Miller, L, Clarke, S, and Saenz, M (2013).
Tuning in to sound: frequency-selective attentional filter in human primary auditory cortex
J Neurosci, 33(5):1858-63.
Miller, L (2013).
Shaken, not stirred: emergence of neural selectivity in a “cocktail party”
Bishop, CW, London, S, and Miller, LM (2012).
Neural time course of visually enhanced echo suppression
J Neurophysiol, 108(7):1869-83.
Campbell, TA, Kerlin, JR, Bishop, CW, and Miller, LM (2012).
Methods to eliminate stimulus transduction artifact from insert headphones during electroencephalography
Ear Hear, 33(1):144-150 .
Hill, KT, Bishop, CW, and Miller, LM (2012).
Auditory grouping mechanisms reflect a sound’s relative position in a sequence
Front Hum Neurosci, 6:158. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2012.00158.
London, S, Bishop, CW, and Miller, LM (2012).
Spatial attention modulates the precedence effect
J Exp Psychol Human, 38(6):1371-79.
Bishop, CW and Miller, LM (2011).
Speech cues contribute to audiovisual spatial integration
PLoS ONE, 6(8):e24016.
Bishop, CW, London, S, and Miller, LM (2011).
Visual influences on echo suppression
Curr Biol, 21:221-225.
Hill, KT, Bishop, CW, Yadav, D, and Miller, LM (2011).
Pattern of BOLD signal in auditory cortex relates acoustic response to perceptual streaming
BMC Neurosci (12):85.
Read, HR, Nauen, DW, Escabi, MA, Miller, LM, Schreiner, CE, and Winer, JA (2011).
Distinct core thalamocortical pathways to central and dorsal primary auditory cortex
Hear Res, 274(1-2):95-104 .
Shahin, AJ, Kerlin, JR, Bhat, J, and Miller, LM (2011).
Neural restoration of degraded audiovisual speech
Backer, KC, Hill, KT, Shahin, AJ, and Miller, LM (2010).
Neural time course of echo suppression in humans
J Neurosci, 30(5):1905-1913.
Hill, KT and Miller, LM (2010).
Auditory attentional control and selection during cocktail party listening
Cereb Cortex, 20(3):583-90.
Kerlin, JR, Shahin, AJ, and Miller, LM (2010).
Attentional gain control of ongoing cortical speech representations in a “cocktail party”
J Neurosci, 30(2):620-628.
Shahin, AJ, Trainor, LJ, Roberts, LE, Backer, KC, and Miller, LM (2010).
Development of auditory phase-locked activity for music sounds
J Neurophysiol, 103:218-229.
Bishop, CW and Miller, LM (2009).
A multisensory cortical network for understanding speech in noise
J Cogn Neurosci, 21:1790-1805.
Miller, LM (2009).
Speech Perception: Physiological
In: Encyclopedia of Perception, ed. by E. Bruce Goldstein. Sage Publications, Inc., London; Thousand Oaks, CA; New Delhi; Singapore.
Miller, LM and Recanzone, GH (2009).
Populations of auditory cortical neurons can accurately encode acoustic space across stimulus intensity
Proc Natl Acad Sci, 106(14):5931-5.
Shahin, AJ and Miller, LM (2009).
Multisensory integration enhances phonemic restoration
J Acoust Soc Am , 125(3):1744-50.
Shahin, AJ, Bishop, CW, and Miller, LM (2009).
Neural mechanisms for illusory filling-in of degraded speech
Shahin, AJ, Picton, TW, and Miller, LM (2009).
Brain oscillations during semantic evaluation of speech
Brain Cogn, 70:259-266.
Read, HL, Miller, LM, Schreiner, CE, and Winer, JA (2008).
Two thalamic pathways to primary auditory cortex
Shahin, AJ, Roberts, LE, Chau, W, Trainor, LJ, and Miller, LM (2008).
Music training leads to the development of timbre-specific gamma band activity
Shahin, AJ, Roberts, LE, Miller, LM, McDonald, KL, and Alain, C (2007).
Sensitivity of EEG and MEG to the N1 and P2 auditory evoked responses modulated by spectral complexity of sounds
Brain Topogr, 20(2):55-61.
Sun, FT, Miller, LM, Rao, AA, and D’Esposito, M (2007).
Functional connectivity of cortical networks involved in bimanual motor sequence learning.
Cereb Cortex, 17(5):1227-34.
Curtis, CE, Sun, FT, Miller, LM, and D’Esposito, M (2005).
Coherence between fMRI time-series distinguishes two spatial working memory networks.
Escabi, MA, Nassiri, R, Miller, LM, Schreiner, CE, and Read, HL (2005).
The contribution of spike threshold to acoustic feature selectivity, spike information content, and information throughput.
J Neurosci, 25(41):9524-34.
Miller, LM and D’Esposito, M (2005).
Perceptual fusion and stimulus coincidence in the cross-modal integration of speech.
J Neurosci, 25(25):5884-93.
Miller, LM, Sun, FT, Curtis, CE, and D’Esposito, M (2005).
Functional interactions between oculomotor regions during prosaccades and antisaccades.
Hum Brain Mapp, 26(2):119-27.
Sun, FT, Miller, LM, and D’Esposito, M (2005).
Measuring temporal dynamics of functional networks using phase spectrum of fMRI data.
Winer, JA, Miller, LM, Lee, CC, and Schreiner, CE (2005).
Auditory thalamocortical transformation: structure and function.
Trends Neurosci, 28(5):255-63.
Sun, FT, Miller, LM, and D’Esposito, M (2004).
Measuring interregional functional connectivity using coherence and partial coherence analyses of fMRI data.
Escabi, MA, Miller, LM, Read, HL, and Schreiner, CE (2003).
Naturalistic auditory contrast improves spectrotemporal coding in the cat inferior colliculus.
J Neurosci, 23(37):11489-504.
Miller, LM, Escabi, MA, Read, HL, and Schreiner, CE (2002).
Spectrotemporal receptive fields in the lemniscal auditory thalamus and cortex.
J Neurophysiol, 87(1):516-27.
Miller, LM, Escabi, MA, and Schreiner, CE (2001).
Feature selectivity and interneuronal cooperation in the thalamocortical system
J Neurosci, 21(20):8136–8144.
Miller, LM, Escabi, MA, and Schreiner, CE (2001).
Synchronous oscillations in the thalamocortical system and the effects of naturalistic ripple stimuli.
In: Computational Models of Auditory Function, ed. by S. Greenberg and M. Slaney. IOS Press, pp. 253–264.
Miller, LM, Escabi, MA, Read, HL, and Schreiner, CE (2001).
Functional convergence of response properties in the auditory thalamocortical system.
Miller, LM and Schreiner, CE (2000).
Stimulus-based state control in the thalamocortical system
J Neurosci, 20(18):7011–7016.