Yune-Sang Lee, Ph.D.




Lee, Y.S., Peelle, J., Kraemer, D., Lloyd S., and Granger, R.H. Multivariate senstivity to voice during auditory categorization. Journal of Neurophysiology (2015).114(3):1819-26.

Lee, Y.S., Janata, P., Frost, C., Martinez, Z., Hull, J., and Granger, R.H. (2015). Melody revisited: Influence of melodic Gestalt on the encoding of relational pitch information. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.

Wiener, M., Lee, Y.S., Lohoff, Folk, and Coslett, H.B. (2014). Individual differences in the morphometry and activation of time perception networks are influenced by genotype. NeuroImage, 89:10-22.

Raizada, R.D.S. & Lee, Y.S. Smoothness without smoothing: why Naïve Bayses is not naïve for multisubject searchlight studies. (2013).PLoS_ONE 8(7):e69566. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0069566.

Lee, Y.S., Turkeltaub, P.E., Granger, R.H., and Raizada, R.D.S. (2012). Categorical speech processing in Broca’s area. Journal of Neuroscience, 32(11): 3942-3948.

Lee, Y.S., Janata, P., Frost, C., Hanke, M., and Granger, R.H. (2011). Investigation of melodic contour processing in the brain using pattern-based fMRI. NeuroImage, 57(1): 293-300.

Russ, B.E., Lee, Y.S., and Cohen, Y.E. (2007). Neural and behavioral correlates of auditory categorization. Hearing Research, 229: 204-12


Under Review and Revision

Lee, Y.S., Min, N.E., Wingfield, A., Grossman, M., and Peelle, J.E. Acoustic richness modulates the neural networks supporting auditory sentence comprehension. Hearing Research (Under Revision).

Tsoi, L., Lee, Y.S., Young, L. Neural basis of categorical race perception reveals contribution of perceptual and conceptual process. NeuroImage (Under Review).


In Preparation

Lee, Y.S., Rogers C., Min N.E., Wingfield, A., Grossman M., and Peelle, J.E., Neural compensation supporting successful speech comprehension in normal aging (Human Brain Mapping 2015)

Lee, Y.S., Zreik. J., and Hamilton R. What can a pattern-based fMRI approach tell us about picture-naming processing in aphasia? (Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2015)

Quandt, L., Lee, Y.S., Rosa-Leyra, D., Chatterjee, A. Symbolic representation of action in the posterior middle temporal gyrus. (Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2015)