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Han Yi, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurological Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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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 studies how the brain processes speech sounds.

    Currently, he is using electrocorticography (ECoG) to directly measure neural dynamics of learning-induced changes from the surface of the human auditory cortex. Previously, he has used a combination of functional and structural neuroimaging methods (fMRI; DTI) as well as electroencephalography (EEG) to examine neural correlates of individual variability in non-native speech sound learning.

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    1. Feng G, Yi HG, Chandrasekaran B. The Role of the Human Auditory Corticostriatal Network in Speech Learning. Cereb Cortex. 2019 Sep 13; 29(10):4077-4089. PMID: 30535138.
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    2. Yi HG, Leonard MK, Chang EF. The Encoding of Speech Sounds in the Superior Temporal Gyrus. Neuron. 2019 06 19; 102(6):1096-1110. PMID: 31220442.
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    3. Yi HG, 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 06; 7(6):e00665. PMID: 28638700.
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    4. Yi HG, Chandrasekaran B. Auditory categories with separable decision boundaries are learned faster with full feedback than with minimal feedback. J Acoust Soc Am. 2016 08; 140(2):1332. PMID: 27586759.
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    5. Chandrasekaran B, Yi HG, Smayda KE, Maddox WT. Effect of explicit dimensional instruction on speech category learning. Atten Percept Psychophys. 2016 Feb; 78(2):566-82. PMID: 26542400.
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    6. Maddox WT, Koslov S, Yi HG, Chandrasekaran B. Performance Pressure Enhances Speech Learning. Appl Psycholinguist. 2016 Nov; 37(6):1369-1396. PMID: 28077883.
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    7. Chandrasekaran B, Yi HG, 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.
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    8. Xie Z, Yi HG, Chandrasekaran B. Nonnative audiovisual speech perception in noise: dissociable effects of the speaker and listener. PLoS One. 2014; 9(12):e114439. PMID: 25474650.
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    9. Yi HG, 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.
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    10. Yi HG, 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.
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    11. Maddox WT, Chandrasekaran B, Smayda K, Yi HG, Koslov S, Beevers CG. Elevated depressive symptoms enhance reflexive but not reflective auditory category learning. Cortex. 2014 Sep; 58:186-98. PMID: 25041936.
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    12. Chandrasekaran B, Yi HG, Maddox WT. Dual-learning systems during speech category learning. Psychon Bull Rev. 2014 Apr; 21(2):488-95. PMID: 24002965.
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    13. Maddox WT, Chandrasekaran B, Smayda K, Yi HG. Dual systems of speech category learning across the lifespan. Psychol Aging. 2013 Dec; 28(4):1042-56. PMID: 24364408.
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    14. Yi HG, 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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    15. Hornickel J, Anderson S, Skoe E, Yi HG, Kraus N. Subcortical representation of speech fine structure relates to reading ability. Neuroreport. 2012 Jan 04; 23(1):6-9. PMID: 22113211.
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    16. Anderson S, Parbery-Clark A, Yi HG, Kraus N. A neural basis of speech-in-noise perception in older adults. Ear Hear. 2011 Nov-Dec; 32(6):750-7. PMID: 21730859.
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    17. Anderson S, Chandrasekaran B, Yi HG, Kraus N. Cortical-evoked potentials reflect speech-in-noise perception in children. Eur J Neurosci. 2010 Oct; 32(8):1407-13. PMID: 20950282.
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