Tomas Lenc
Tomas Lenc
Institute of neuroscience UCLouvain, Brussels
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Neural tracking of the musical beat is enhanced by low-frequency sounds
T Lenc, PE Keller, M Varlet, S Nozaradan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (32), 8221-8226, 2018
492018
Neural bases of rhythmic entrainment in humans: critical transformation between cortical and lower‐level representations of auditory rhythm
S Nozaradan, M Schönwiesner, PE Keller, T Lenc, A Lehmann
European Journal of Neuroscience 47 (4), 321-332, 2018
252018
Reply to Rajendran and Schnupp: Frequency tagging is sensitive to the temporal structure of signals
T Lenc, PE Keller, M Varlet, S Nozaradan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (8), 2781-2782, 2019
72019
Neural and behavioral evidence for frequency-selective context effects in rhythm processing in humans
T Lenc, PE Keller, M Varlet, S Nozaradan
Cerebral Cortex Communications 1 (1), tgaa037, 2020
42020
Reply to Novembre and Iannetti: Conceptual and methodological issues
T Lenc, PE Keller, M Varlet, S Nozaradan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (47), E11004-E11004, 2018
42018
Hysteresis in the selective synchronization of brain activity to musical rhythm
T Lenc, PE Keller, M Varlet, S Nozaradan
bioRxiv, 696914, 2019
32019
Processing of musical rhythms is partially preserved in REM but not NREM sleep
R Sifuentes-Ortega, T Lenc, S Nozaradan, P Peigneux
JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH 29, 125-125, 2020
2020
How musical rhythms entrain the human brain: clarifying the neural mechanisms of sensory-motor entrainment to rhythms
T Lenc
2020
Attention affects overall gain but not selective contrast at meter frequencies in the neural processing of rhythm
T Lenc, PE Keller, M Varlet, S Nozaradan
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
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