Aysha Motala
Aysha Motala
Brain and Mind Institute, University of Western Ontario
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Rate after-effects fail to transfer cross-modally: Evidence for distributed sensory timing mechanisms
A Motala, J Heron, PV McGraw, NW Roach, D Whitaker
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 924, 2018
122018
Temporal rate is not a distinct perceptual metric
A Motala, J Heron, PV McGraw, NW Roach, D Whitaker
Scientific Reports 10, 8654, 2020
22020
Brainhack: Developing a culture of open, inclusive, community-driven neuroscience
R Gau, S Noble, K Heuer, KL Bottenhorn, IP Bilgin, YF Yang, ...
Neuron 109 (11), 1769-1775, 2021
12021
The Nature of Sensory Time Perception–Centralised or Distributed?
A Motala
Cardiff University, 2019
12019
Auditory Rate Perception Displays a Positive Serial Dependence
A Motala, H Zhang, D Alais
i-Perception 11 (6), 2041669520982311, 2020
2020
Listening effort assessed using engaging, naturalistic materials
I Johnsrude, MT Bain, A Motala, B Herrmann
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (4), 2624-2624, 2020
2020
Publisher Correction: Temporal rate is not a distinct perceptual metric
A Motala, J Heron, PV McGraw, NW Roach, D Whitaker
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-1, 2020
2020
Visual Rate Perception-More Than the Sum of Its Parts?
A Motala, D Whitaker
Perception 47 (5), 563-563, 2018
2018
Disentangling neural synchronization and sustained neural activity in the processing of auditory temporal patterns.
A Motala, L Caceres
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12, 497, 2018
2018
Rate Aftereffects Fail to Transfer Cross Modally: Evidence Toward Distributed Timing Mechanisms
A Motala, D Whitaker
Perception 46 (10), 1213-1214, 2017
2017
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