Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Connecticut
Music Dynamics Laboratory – University of Connecticut
Current Researches and Interests:
I am interested in nonlinear dynamics, and the explanatory power it can give to auditory neurophysiological and psychological processes. In particular, I study and model the psychophysics of pitch and tonality perception, as well as their neural bases in the auditory brainstem.
Lerud, K. D., Almonte, F. V, Kim, J. C., & Large, E. W. (2014). Mode-locking neurodynamics predict human auditory brainstem responses to musical intervals. Hearing research 308, 41-9