Kurkela Jari, Tohtorikoulutettava / Doctoral Student

Kurkela Jari, Tohtorikoulutettava / Doctoral Student
Short number:
KÄRKI Ab392.4.

The Relevance and Benefits of my Research

My study will give new information on the neurobiological explanation of the human language faculty and learning mechanisms in general. Since multilingualism is an increasingly important commodity in times of globalization, comprehensive understanding on foreign language learning is needed.

Research group: Activemind

Recent publications:

Kurkela, J. L. O., Lipponen, A., Kyläheiko, I., & Astikainen, P. (2018) Electrophysiological evidence of memory-based detection of auditory regularity violations in anesthetized mice. Scientific reports, 8, 3027. https://rdcu.be/NhAX

Kurkela, J. L. O., Lipponen, A., Hämäläinen, J. A., Näätänen, R., & Astikainen, P. (2016) Passive exposure to speech sounds induces long-term memory representations in the auditory cortex of adult rats. Scientific Reports, 6, 38904. https://rdcu.be/NhA8

Kurkela J. L. O., Lipponen A., Ruohonen E. M., & Astikainen P. (2016) Optogenetiikka - valoa muistitutkimukseen. Psykologia - lehti, 2(51) 84-94.