Feb 2020: A new preprint on multisensory perception and healthy aging is out in BioRxiv.

Feb 2020: A new EEG study on multisensory integration and priming is accepted in eNeuro.

Feb 2020: Our revised preprint on alpha power and idiosynchratic biases is online on BioRxiv.

Dec 2019: We are looking for an enthusiastic PostDoc to work on multisensory perception and TMS Advert here.

Oct 2019: A new review on neural entrainment and auditory attention with Jonas Obleser in TICS.

Sept 2019: A new preprint by Grabot & Kayser links alpha band oscillations to idiosynchratic biases BioRxiv.

July 2019: A study by Park & Kayser shows how the brain integrates information between senses and over time, in eLife.

July 2019: New paper on rhythmic perceptual sampling in Frontiers"

June 2019: We have a 3-year PhD position open! See here.

March 2019: New study on multisensory perception and flexible behaviour in Neuron: Cao et al "Causal inference in the multisensory brain"

March 2019: New preprint on the rhythmic sampling of acoustic information on BioRxiv.

March 2019: New preprint on multisensory recalibration by Park & Kayser on BioRxiv. Jan 2019: New preprint on multisensory causal inference by Cao et al on BioRxiv.

Jan 2019: Two new PhD students start in the lab. Welcome Felix Broehl und Placido Sciortino!

Nov 2018: Our work on brain activity and aging shows that the patterns of rhythmic brain activity underlying perception are largely conserved along the lifespan. Consistent pre-stimulus influences on auditory perception across the lifespan. McNair et al. Preprint in BioRXiv. Now also published in McNair et al. Neuroimage 186:22-32.

June 2018: Juni 2018: A new study on visuo-motor integration: Optimal integration of actions and their visual effects is based on both online and prior causality evidence. Debats N, Heuer H, Scientific Reports 8(1): 9796, 2018 PubMed

Feb 2018: A new paper on the role of rhythmic brain activity and speech perception Keitel et al Plos Biology 16(3): e2004473. PubMed

Nov 2017: A recent study by Simon Jetzschke, Norbert Boeddeker and colleagues suggest that humans use similar optimal probabilistic strategies in visual and auditory navigation, integrating landmark information to improve homing precision and balancing homing precision with homing accuracy. Jetzschke S, Fröhlich J, Ernst MO, Boeddeker N. Finding home: Landmark ambiguity in human navigation. Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience. 2017;11: 132.Nov 2017:

New paper with Norbert Boeddeker, reporting on a cluster of descending neurons in honeybees that are prime candidates not only for the control of flight speed and landing, but also for the basis of a neural 'front end' of the honeybee's visual odometer. Neural basis of forward flight control and landing in honeybees Ibbotson MR, Hung Y-S, Meffin H, Boeddeker N, Srinivasan MV (2017) Scientific Reports 7(1).

Exhibit at the Glasgow Science Centre during the Explorathon Sept 2016.

Exhibit at the Glasgow Science Centre during the Explorathon Sept 2015.

Exhibit @Images of Science on the Clyde Walkway next to the Science Centre fall 2015.

Commentary by Fitch, T. (2013) Tuned to the Rhythm. Nature 494, 434-435. PubMed

Commentary by Henry, M. & Herrmann B. (2012) A Precluding Role of Low-Frequency Oscillations for Auditory Perception in a Continuous Processing Mode. J Neurosci 32(49), 17525-17524 PubMed

Commentary by VanRullen R, McLelland D. (2012). What comes up most come down. Front Psychol 4:16. PubMed

Faculty of 1000 Recommended Article: "Voice cells in the primate temporal lobe. Perrodin C, Kayser C, Logothetis N, Petkov C. Current Biology 21, 1408-1415, 2011"

Faculty of 1000 Recommended Article: "Visual enhancement of the information representation in auditory cortex. Kayser C, Logothetis N, Panzeri S. Current Biology 20(1), 19-24, 2010."

Commentary by Ghazanfar, A.A., and Lemus, L. (2010). Multisensory integration: vision boosts information through suppression in auditory cortex. Curr Biol 20, R22-23.