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Hamilton LS and Huth AG (2018). The revolution will not be controlled: natural stimuli in speech neuroscience.  Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience. (accepted)

Hamilton LS*, Edwards E*, Chang EF (2018). A spatial map of onset and sustained responses to speech in the human superior temporal gyrus.  Current Biology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2018.04.033 *co-first authors.

Hamilton LS, Chang DL, Lee MB, Chang EF (2017). Semi-automated anatomical labeling and inter-subject warping of high-density intracranial recording electrodes in electrocorticography.  Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. 11(62).  doi: 10.3389/fninf.2017.00062. See also accompanying code and sample dataset.

Tang C, Hamilton LS, Chang EF (2017). Intonational speech prosody encoding in human auditory cortex. Science. 357(6353): 797-801.

Baud MO, Kleen JK, Anumanchipalli GK, Hamilton LS, Tan Y-L, Knowlton R, Chang EF (2017). Unsupervised Learning of Spatiotemporal Interictal Discharges in Focal Epilepsy. Neurosurgery nyx480.

Muller LN, Hamilton LS, Edwards E, Bouchard K, Chang EF (2016). Spatial resolution dependence on spectral frequency in human speech cortex electrocorticographyJournal of Neural Engineering 13: 056013.

Cheung C*, Hamilton LS*, Johnson K, Chang EF (2016). Auditory Representation of Speech Sounds in Human Motor CortexeLife 2016; 5:e12577. *Co-first authors.

Hullett PW, Hamilton LS, Mesgarani N, Schreiner CE, Chang EF (2016). Human Superior Temporal Gyrus Organization of Spectrotemporal Modulation Tuning Derived from Speech StimuliJournal of Neuroscience 36(6):2014-2026.

Hamilton LS, Sohl-Dickstein J, Huth AG, Carels VM, Deisseroth K, Bao S (2013). Optogenetic activation of an inhibitory network enhances feedforward functional connectivity in auditory cortexNeuron 80:4 1066-1076.

Elliott TM, Hamilton LS, Theunissen FE (2013). Acoustic structure of the five perceptual dimensions of timbre in orchestral instrument tonesJournal of the Acoustical Society of America 133:1 (389-404).