Dr Thomas Cope
Academic Clinical Fellow (Auditory Neuroscience)
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I am an Academic Clinical Fellow working in the Newcastle Auditory Group, under the supervision of Prof T D Griffiths.
I undertook my undergraduate and clinical medical studies in Cambridge, pursuing a joint honours course in Physiology and Psychology. Whilst there, I was privileged to work on a number of projects in Professor Brian Moore’s hearing laboratory, and in collaboration with Dr David Baguley in the Addenbrooke’s audiology department.
I am interested in defining perceptual mechanisms and brain substrates through the application of auditory psychophysics to patients with neurological pathology. My present focus is in the exploration of perceptual abilities in rhythm and timing in normal listeners and in patients with cortical and subcortical disease, and I am always interested in collaboration in this area. I am also working to explore preserved linguistic ability in acquired aphasia, and the psychophysics of tinnitus.
- Cope TE, Wilson B, Robson H, Drinkall R, Dean L, Grube M, Jones PS, Patterson K, Griffiths TD, Rowe JB, Petkov CI. Artificial grammar learning in vascular and progressive non-fluent aphasias. Neuropsychologia 2017, 104, 201-213.
- Kumar S, Tansley-Hancock O, Sedley W, Winston JS, Callaghan MF, Allen M, Cope TE, Gander PE, Bamiou D-E, Griffiths TD. The brain basis for misophonia. Current Biology 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Cope T, Sohoglu E, Patterson K, Dawson C, Grube M, Sedley W, Davis M, Rowe J. MEG reveals speech processing delay in progressive non fluent aphasia. In: Association of British Neurologists Annual Meeting 2016. 2016, Brighton: BMJ Group.
- Bekius A, Cope TE, Grube M. The Beat to Read: A Cross-Lingual Link between Rhythmic Regularity Perception and Reading Skill. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2016, 10, 425.
- Cope TE, Sedley W, Griffiths TD. Disorders of Audition. In: Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. Elsevier Inc, 2015, pp.1095-1112.
- Cope TE, Baguley DM, Griffiths TD. The functional anatomy of central auditory processing. Practical Neurology 2015, 15(4), 302-308.
- Kumar S, Hancock O, Cope T, Sedley W, Winston J, Griffiths TD. Misophonia: A Disorder of Emotion Processing of Sounds. In: British Neuroscience Association. 2014, London, UK: BMJ Publishing Group.
- Cope TE, Grube M, Mandal A, Cooper FE, Brechany U, Burn DJ, Griffiths TD. Subthalamic deep brain stimulation in Parkinson's disease has no significant effect on perceptual timing in the hundreds of milliseconds range. Neuropsychologia 2014, 57, 29-37.
- Cope TE, Grube M, Singh B, Burn DJ, Griffiths TD. The basal ganglia in perceptual timing: Timing performance in Multiple System Atrophy and Huntington's disease. Neuropsychologia 2014, 52, 73-81.
- Cope TE, Samaraweera APR, Burn DJ. Thyrotoxic Periodic Paralysis: Correct Hypokalemia with Caution. Journal of Emergency Medicine 2013, 45(3), 338-340.
- Alcántara JI, Cope TE, Cope W, Weisblatt EJ. Auditory temporal-envelope processing in high-functioning children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Neuropsychologia 2012, 50(7), 1235-1251.
- Cope TE, Grube M, Griffiths TD. Temporal predictions based on a gradual change in tempo. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2012, 131(5), 4013-4022.
- Cope TE, McFarland R, Schaefer A. Rapid-onset, linezolid-induced lactic acidosis in MELAS. Mitochondrion 2011, 11(6), 992-993.
- Cope TE, Baguley DM, Moore BCJ. The loudness of tinnitus in quiet and in noise for people with cochlear hearing loss and following surgical resection of unilateral acoustic neuroma. Otology Neurotology 2011, 32(3), 488-496.
- Cope TE, Sedley W, Griffiths TD. Timing and the auditory brain. Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation 2011, 10(6), 10-13.
- Cope TE, Baguley DM. Is musical hallucination an otological phenomenon? a review of the literature. Clinical Otolaryngology 2009, 34(5), 423-430.
- Cope TE. Clinical hypnosis for the alleviation of tinnitus. International Tinnitus Journal 2008, 14(2), 135-138.
- Moore BC, Glasberg BR, Low KE, Cope T, Cope W. Effects of level and frequency on the audibility of partials in inharmonic complex tones. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2006, 120(2), 934-944.