Amy Poremba

Amy Poremba
Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1996
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Neurobiology of learning and memory; Functional mapping utilizing multiple metabolic imaging and electrophysiological recording techniques; emphasis on auditory system and multisensory interactions

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Representative Publications: 

Bigelow, J. and Poremba, A. Auditory memory in monkeys: costs and benefits of proactive interference. American Journal of Primatology, 2012, in press.


Ng, C.W., Plakke B., and Poremba A. Primate auditory recognition memory performance varies with sound type. Hearing Research, 2009, 256(1-2):64-74.


Poremba, A. Auditory processing and hemispheric specialization in nonhuman primates. Cortex, 2005, in press and online.


Rama, P., Poremba, A., Mishkin, M., Yee, L., Courtney, S. M. fMRI mapping of auditory working memory for voice location and identity. Cerebral Cortex, 2004, 14(7):768-80.