Since 2015, I made it a habit to summarize every single article I read with a few keywords + a list of technical details (methodology, type of stimuli used, task, group of participants) resulting in a gigantic spreadsheet. As a positive side-effect, the list of 835 keywords offers a great way to grasp how research fields are structured into subfields corresponding to different concepts/models/theories. So I decided to create a mind map out of it:
Short explanation: this is a list of all major studies (to the best of my knowledge) that attempted to use variants of the « reverse correlation » technique to explore auditory perception, from very low-level to high-level processes. You can find more information on the modulation-perception revcorr and the phoneme-categorization revcorr under the « Research Projects » tab.
I have not aimed at exhaustivity but if you see some important contribution missing, please let me know!