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Page 242 of Dsh Abstracts Vol. 23, Issue 2 [page]

1983 Dsh Abstracts  
Consequently, it did not occur in response to the slightly deviant stimuli in read- ing, but the widely deviant stimuli which were also (in- voluntarily) perceived by the subject tended to elicit it in  ...  The comparison of these brain- wave sequences to those elicited by the same stimuli in reading subjects led to the conclusion that in detection conditions, deviant stimuli elicit two overlapping se- quences  ... 

A Computerized Multiple-modality Magnitude Estimation System (MMES) for Effective Measurement of Subjective Multidimensional Human Perception

Chong-Kwan Rah, Min-Yong Park
2004 The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics  
The additional auditory cues in the MMES improved the correlations between the magnitude of stimuli and MMES values in the divided-attention conditions.  ...  Subjects were given brief presentations of pairs of simultaneous stimuli consisting of visual line-lengths and auditory white-noise levels.  ...  INTRODUCTION Many human activities in the real-world require simultaneous processing of human sensory organisms and higher neural mechanisms of brain for their complicated combination of stimuli in different  ... 
doi:10.5100/jje.40.supplement_104 fatcat:qwwvaupf55dwxbkfjzt22jphsu

Page 3848 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 93, Issue 11 [page]

2006 Psychological Abstracts  
This prediction was tested using auditory sequences of nonverbal stimuli in which the T2-mask interval was systematically varied.  ...  differential activation of the left and right hemispheres of the brain.  ... 

Auditory and auditory-tactile processing in congenitally blind humans

Kirsten Hötting, Brigitte Röder
2009 Hearing Research  
Blind humans perform better in perceptual auditory tasks, like pitch or duration discrimination, and in auditory language and memory tasks.  ...  A growing number of studies have provided evidence that the increased use of the auditory system results in compensatory behavior in the blind.  ...  Acknowledgments The studies of the authors were supported by grants of the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG, Ro1226/4-1,4-2,4-3) and the BMBF (OIGW056I) to B.R.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.heares.2009.07.012 pmid:19651199 fatcat:2m7befvmt5gxra3glgsdbd6uzy

Crossmodal duration perception involves perceptual grouping, temporal ventriloquism, and variable internal clock rates

P. Christiaan Klink, Jorrit S. Montijn, Richard J. A. van Wezel
2010 Attention, Perception & Psychophysics  
Our results demonstrate that the temporal information conveyed by irrelevant sounds is automatically used when the brain estimates visual durations but that irrelevant visual information does not affect  ...  Target events were visual and/or auditory and could be accompanied by nontargets in the other modality.  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License which permits any noncommercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13414-010-0010-9 pmid:21258921 pmcid:PMC3025116 fatcat:5v3o6t4eq5davb7c72tiy6ty3a

The perception of speech sounds by the human brain as reflected by the mismatch negativity (MMN) and its magnetic equivalent (MMNm)

Risto Naatanen
2001 Psychophysiology  
The present article outlines the contribution of the mismatch negativity~MMN!, and its magnetic equivalent MMNm, to our understanding of the perception of speech sounds in the human brain.  ...  The accuracy of this representation, determining the accuracy of the discrimination between different sounds, can be probed with MMN separately for any auditory feature~e.g., frequency or duration!  ...  can be elicited even in the absence of attention makes it a unique measure of auditory discrimination accuracy, with no comparable measure being provided by any of the more recent, and "more modern," brain-imaging  ... 
doi:10.1111/1469-8986.3810001 fatcat:zdoya7en75hkbgl5xareahcjvy

The perception of speech sounds by the human brain as reflected by the mismatch negativity (MMN) and its magnetic equivalent (MMNm)

RISTO NÄÄTÄNEN
2001 Psychophysiology  
The present article outlines the contribution of the mismatch negativity~MMN!, and its magnetic equivalent MMNm, to our understanding of the perception of speech sounds in the human brain.  ...  The accuracy of this representation, determining the accuracy of the discrimination between different sounds, can be probed with MMN separately for any auditory feature~e.g., frequency or duration!  ...  can be elicited even in the absence of attention makes it a unique measure of auditory discrimination accuracy, with no comparable measure being provided by any of the more recent, and "more modern," brain-imaging  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0048577201000208 pmid:11321610 fatcat:tb2iv2ug5vaudj2pj654shdhjm

Feeling vibrations: enhanced tactile sensitivity in congenitally deaf humans

Sari Levänen, Dorothea Hamdorf
2001 Neuroscience Letters  
For example, the auditory cortex of congenitally deaf humans may start to process tactile information.  ...  frequency changes within a monotonous sequence of vibratory stimuli.  ...  This study was supported by the Academy of Finland, by the Finnish Cultural Foundation, and by the EU's Large-Scale Facility (BIRCH) in our laboratory.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0304-3940(01)01597-x pmid:11239720 fatcat:rh33snvrm5d3vcbj2tuzowgfzi

Complex sound processing during human REM sleep by recovering information from long-term memory as revealed by the mismatch negativity (MMN)

Mercedes Atienza, José Luis Cantero
2001 Brain Research  
The automatic detection of the infrequent complex auditory pattern may therefore be improved in both brain states by reactivating information from long-term memory.  ...  The MMN, an objective measure of the automatic change detection in auditory cortex, was used to evaluate long-term learning effects on pre-attentive processing during wakefulness and REM sleep.  ...  The MMN has been successfully used as an electrophysiological measure of plasticity in the central auditory system associated with the automatic discrimination of complex auditory patterns [37] and with  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0006-8993(01)02340-x pmid:11368962 fatcat:o3e3luh6ozghpc3xyyplrxmqoq

Predicting visual stimuli on the basis of activity in auditory cortices

Kaspar Meyer, Jonas T Kaplan, Ryan Essex, Cecelia Webber, Hanna Damasio, Antonio Damasio
2010 Nature Neuroscience  
This may occur when we deliberately recall the auditory aspects of a memory or, more automatically, when we perceive stimuli that imply sound through a nonauditory modality.  ...  activity in early auditory cortices in humans.  ...  This may occur when we deliberately recall the auditory aspects of a memory or, more automatically, when we perceive stimuli that imply sound through a nonauditory modality.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nn.2533 pmid:20436482 fatcat:mgouchda2nhzrfckdcvkszro4i

Auditory Evoked Potential Response and Hearing Loss: A Review

M. P Paulraj, Kamalraj Subramaniam, Sazali Bin Yaccob, Abdul H. Bin Adom, C. R Hema
2015 Open Biomedical Engineering Journal  
Auditory evoked potential (AEP) is a type of EEG signal emanated from the brain scalp by an acoustical stimulus.  ...  AEP response reflects the auditory ability level of an individual. An intelligent hearing perception level system enables to examine and determine the functional integrity of the auditory system.  ...  The authors are thankful and would like to acknowledge the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) grant: 9003-00278 by Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874120701509010017 pmid:25893012 pmcid:PMC4391208 fatcat:sxyeihsinjg6pnwvwr6fqecnue

Automatic and Intrinsic Auditory "What" and "Where" Processing in Humans Revealed by Electrical Neuroimaging

L. De Santis, S. Clarke, M. M. Murray
2006 Cerebral Cortex  
This work was supported by grants from the Swiss National Science Foundation (3200BO-105680/1 to MMM and 3100A0-103895/1 to SC) as well as by a prize from the Leenaards Foundation to MMM.  ...  of the LAURA inverse solution, as well as Raphae¨l Meylan, Lucas Spierer, and Eric Tardif for assistance with data collection and helpful comments during manuscript preparation.  ...  To the extent that differential spatial and pitch processings are automatic and intrinsic to auditory processing in humans, the mnemonic traces established for the frequent stimuli should differ between  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhj119 pmid:16421326 fatcat:7ab56bo2vze5xappwkmboou5oq

Aggregate neural responses to speech sounds in the central auditory system

Nina Kraus, Trent Nicol
2003 Speech Communication  
First, the neural bases of left-brain specialization to speech are investigated in an animal model.  ...  The fundamental complexity of speech--in both the spectral and temporal domains--elicits extensive dynamic activity from a broad neural population.  ...  Acknowledgements The scientific contributions of Cynthia King, Ph.D., Jenna Cunningham, Ph.D., Erin Hayes,  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-6393(02)00091-2 fatcat:6bhgrkf6ena3jfnl2h4hiiyvga

Cerebral Substrates for Controlling Rhythmic Movements

Naho Konoike, Katsuki Nakamura
2020 Brain Sciences  
Furthermore, we also discuss the mechanisms by which the brain controls rhythmic movements.  ...  Our daily lives are filled with rhythmic movements, such as walking, sports, and dancing, but the mechanisms by which the brain controls rhythmic movements are poorly understood.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci10080514 pmid:32756401 fatcat:mq7mwaah5zcsxpczmd4wk7yvbm

AGE-RELATED ALTERATIONS IN AUDIOVISUAL INTEGRATION: A BRIEF OVERVIEW

Yanna REN, Zhihan XU, Tao WANG, Weiping YANG
2020 Psychologia  
Because dysfunctions arise in auditory sensory processing and visual sensory processing during healthy ageing, the function of audiovisual integration (AVI), the process of integrating auditory and visual  ...  Therefore, it is crucial to understand what changes occur and how the ageing brain compensates for these changes.  ...  The main region of the brain in which audition is perceived is the auditory cortex (AC), and the main area of the brain in which vision is perceived is the visual cortex (VC; Koelewijn et al., 2010; Fig  ... 
doi:10.2117/psysoc.2020-a002 fatcat:aqnvxqqusjeunhzky4d5tmb2mq
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