Kuzma Strelnikov
Kuzma Strelnikov
University of Macau
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Visual activity predicts auditory recovery from deafness after adult cochlear implantation
K Strelnikov, J Rouger, JF Demonet, S Lagleyre, B Fraysse, O Deguine, ...
Brain 136 (12), 3682-3695, 2013
Quality of life and auditory performance in adults with asymmetric hearing loss
N Vannson, C James, B Fraysse, K Strelnikov, P Barone, O Deguine, ...
Audiology and Neurotology 20 (Suppl. 1), 38-43, 2015
Improvement in speech-reading ability by auditory training: Evidence from gender differences in normally hearing, deaf and cochlear implanted subjects
K Strelnikov, J Rouger, S Lagleyre, B Fraysse, O Deguine, P Barone
Neuropsychologia 47 (4), 972-979, 2009
Effect of audiovisual training on monaural spatial hearing in horizontal plane
K Strelnikov, M Rosito, P Barone
PloS one 6 (3), e18344, 2011
Role of speechreading in audiovisual interactions during the recovery of speech comprehension in deaf adults with cochlear implants
K Strelnikov, J Rouger, P Barone, O Deguine
Scandinavian journal of psychology 50 (5), 437-444, 2009
Prosodic clues to syntactic processing—a PET and ERP study
KN Strelnikov, VA Vorobyev, TV Chernigovskaya, SV Medvedev
NeuroImage 29 (4), 1127-1134, 2006
Does brain activity at rest reflect adaptive strategies? Evidence from speech processing after cochlear implantation
K Strelnikov, J Rouger, JF Demonet, S Lagleyre, B Fraysse, O Deguine, ...
Cerebral Cortex 20 (5), 1217-1222, 2010
PET-imaging of brain plasticity after cochlear implantation
K Strelnikov, M Marx, S Lagleyre, B Fraysse, O Deguine, P Barone
Hearing Research 322, 180-187, 2015
Effects of prosodic familiarity on the automatic processing of words in the human brain
S Ylinen, K Strelnikov, M Huotilainen, R Näätänen
International Journal of Psychophysiology 73 (3), 362-368, 2009
Can mismatch negativity be linked to synaptic processes? A glutamatergic approach to deviance detection
K Strelnikov
Brain and cognition 65 (3), 244-251, 2007
Increased audiovisual integration in cochlear‐implanted deaf patients: independent components analysis of longitudinal positron emission tomography data
K Strelnikov, J Rouger, S Lagleyre, B Fraysse, JF Démonet, O Déguine, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 41 (5), 677-685, 2015
Speech-in-noise perception in unilateral hearing loss: Relation to pure-tone thresholds and brainstem plasticity
N Vannson, CJ James, B Fraysse, B Lescure, K Strelnikov, O Deguine, ...
Neuropsychologia 102, 135-143, 2017
Neuroimaging and neuroenergetics: brain activations as information-driven reorganization of energy flows
K Strelnikov
Brain and Cognition 72 (3), 449-456, 2010
Sex-dependent modulation of activity in the neural networks engaged during emotional speech comprehension
V Beaucousin, L Zago, PY Hervé, K Strelnikov, F Crivello, B Mazoyer, ...
Brain research 1390, 108-117, 2011
Brain plasticity and hearing disorders
M Alzaher, N Vannson, O Deguine, M Marx, P Barone, K Strelnikov
Revue neurologique 177 (9), 1121-1132, 2021
Cognitive impairment in a young marmoset reveals lateral ventriculomegaly and a mild hippocampal atrophy: a case report
A Sadoun, K Strelnikov, E Bonté, C Fonta, P Girard
Scientific reports 5 (1), 16046, 2015
Evidence of a functional reorganization in the auditory dorsal stream following unilateral hearing loss
N Vannson, K Strelnikov, CJ James, O Deguine, P Barone, M Marx
Neuropsychologia 149, 107683, 2020
Effects of vocoding and intelligibility on the cerebral response to speech
K Strelnikov, Z Massida, J Rouger, P Belin, P Barone
BMC neuroscience 12, 1-9, 2011
Deficits in voice and multisensory processing in patients with Prader-Willi syndrome
J Salles, K Strelnikov, M Carine, T Denise, V Laurier, C Molinas, M Tauber, ...
Neuropsychologia 85, 137-147, 2016
In vivo localization of cortical areas using a 3D computerized atlas of the marmoset brain
L Risser, A Sadoun, M Mescam, K Strelnikov, S Lebreton, S Boucher, ...
Brain Structure and Function 224, 1957-1969, 2019
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