Research Expertise: Computational Neuroscience | Experimental Neuroscience
Yale's research examines how the brain combines sensory, motor, and cognitive cues to form internal computational models of the external world. Specifically, his research program focuses on understanding the representation of auditory information in the cortex, how auditory information is integrated with cognitive processes, such as attention, decision making, motor planning, or memory, and how auditory and visual information is combined to form unified sensory percepts.
PhD Bioengineering 1992 - University of Pennsylvania
- Neuronal phase consistency tracks dynamic changes in acoustic spectral regularity, Gifford, A.M. | Sperling, M.R. | Sharan, A. | Gorniak, R.J. | Williams, R.B. | Davis, K. | Kahana, M.J. | Cohen, Y.E., European Journal of Neuroscience, 2018
- Multimodal Spatial Representations in the Primate Parietal Lobe, Cohen, Y.E. | Andersen, R.A., Crossmodal Space and Crossmodal Attention, 2012
- Primate Communication: Evolution, Ghazanfar, A.A. | Cohen, Y.E., Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2010
- Serial and parallel processing in the primate auditory cortex revisited, Recanzone, G.H. | Cohen, Y.E., Behavioural Brain Research, 2010
- A functional role for the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex in non-spatial auditory cognition, Cohen, Y.E. | Russ, B.E. | Davis, S.J. | Baker, A.E. | Ackelson, A.L. | Nitecki, R., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2009