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Han Yi, PhD

TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentNeurological Surgery
Address675 Nelson Rising Lane
San Francisco CA 94158
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    Northwestern University, Evanston, ILBS12/2010Communication Sciences and Disorders
    The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TXMA05/2013Communication Sciences and Disorders
    The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TXPhD05/2017Communication Sciences and Disorders
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    The University of Texas at Austin2011  - 2014Donald Harrington Graduate Fellows Program
    The University of Texas at Austin2015  - 2016Graduate School Named Endowed Continuing Fellowship

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    Han Yi is a postdoctoral scholar in the Chang Lab. His research focuses on the neural correlates of speech learning. His doctoral research with Dr. Bharath Chandrasekaran examined the involvement of functionally distinct neural networks during the acquisition of novel phonemic categories in adulthood. Currently, Han is investigating the cortical dynamics that characterize successful speech learning.


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    1. Yi H, Xie Z, Reetzke R, Dimakis AG, Chandrasekaran B. Vowel decoding from single-trial speech-evoked electrophysiological responses: A feature-based machine learning approach. Brain Behav. 2017 Jun; 7(6):e00665. PMID: 28638700.
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    2. Yi H, Chandrasekaran B. Auditory categories with separable decision boundaries are learned faster with full feedback than with minimal feedback. J Acoust Soc Am. 2016 Aug; 140(2):1332. PMID: 27586759.
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    3. Chandrasekaran B, Yi H, Smayda KE, Maddox WT. Effect of explicit dimensional instruction on speech category learning. Atten Percept Psychophys. 2016 Feb; 78(2):566-82. PMID: 26542400; PMCID: PMC4744489.
    4. Maddox WT, Koslov S, Yi H, Chandrasekaran B. Performance Pressure Enhances Speech Learning. Appl Psycholinguist. 2016 Nov; 37(6):1369-1396. PMID: 28077883.
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    5. Chandrasekaran B, Yi H, Blanco NJ, McGeary JE, Maddox WT. Enhanced procedural learning of speech sound categories in a genetic variant of FOXP2. J Neurosci. 2015 May 20; 35(20):7808-12. PMID: 25995468; PMCID: PMC4438127.
    6. Xie Z, Yi H, Chandrasekaran B. Nonnative audiovisual speech perception in noise: dissociable effects of the speaker and listener. PLoS One. 2014; 9(12):e114439. PMID: 25474650; PMCID: PMC4256416.
    7. Yi H, Maddox WT, Mumford JA, Chandrasekaran B. The Role of Corticostriatal Systems in Speech Category Learning. Cereb Cortex. 2016 Apr; 26(4):1409-1420. PMID: 25331600; PMCID: PMC4785939 [Available on 04/01/17].
    8. Yi H, Smiljanic R, Chandrasekaran B. The neural processing of foreign-accented speech and its relationship to listener bias. Front Hum Neurosci. 2014; 8:768. PMID: 25339883; PMCID: PMC4189334.
    9. Maddox WT, Chandrasekaran B, Smayda K, Yi H, Koslov S, Beevers CG. Elevated depressive symptoms enhance reflexive but not reflective auditory category learning. Cortex. 2014 Sep; 58:186-98. PMID: 25041936; PMCID: PMC4130789.
    10. Chandrasekaran B, Yi H, Maddox WT. Dual-learning systems during speech category learning. Psychon Bull Rev. 2014 Apr; 21(2):488-95. PMID: 24002965; PMCID: PMC3874422.
    11. Maddox WT, Chandrasekaran B, Smayda K, Yi H. Dual systems of speech category learning across the lifespan. Psychol Aging. 2013 Dec; 28(4):1042-56. PMID: 24364408; PMCID: PMC3876037.
    12. Yi H, Phelps JE, Smiljanic R, Chandrasekaran B. Reduced efficiency of audiovisual integration for nonnative speech. J Acoust Soc Am. 2013 Nov; 134(5):EL387-93. PMID: 24181980.
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    13. Hornickel J, Anderson S, Skoe E, Yi H, Kraus N. Subcortical representation of speech fine structure relates to reading ability. Neuroreport. 2012 Jan 04; 23(1):6-9. PMID: 22113211; PMCID: PMC3227738.
    14. Anderson S, Parbery-Clark A, Yi H, Kraus N. A neural basis of speech-in-noise perception in older adults. Ear Hear. 2011 Nov-Dec; 32(6):750-7. PMID: 21730859; PMCID: PMC3189261.
    15. Anderson S, Chandrasekaran B, Yi H, Kraus N. Cortical-evoked potentials reflect speech-in-noise perception in children. Eur J Neurosci. 2010 Oct; 32(8):1407-13. PMID: 20950282; PMCID: PMC3005124.
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