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Systematic latency variation of the auditory evoked M100: from average to single-trial data

A. Salajegheh, A. Link, C. Elster, M. Burghoff, T. Sander, L. Trahms, D. Poeppel
2004 NeuroImage  
Specifically, the latency of the auditory evoked M100 varies systematically with stimulus frequency over a well-defined time range (lower frequencies, e.g., 125 Hz, yield up to 25 ms longer latencies than  ...  Can such critical timing properties of event-related responses be recovered from single-trial data?  ...  Acknowledgments During the preparation of this manuscript, DP was a Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. DP and AS were supported by NIH RO1 DC05660.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2004.05.022 pmid:15325376 fatcat:jwui6jlxyfcjfg7y5blctaqx2i

The Analysis of Simple and Complex Auditory Signals in Human Auditory Cortex: Magnetoencephalographic Evidence From M100 Modulation

Julian Jenkins, William J. Idsardi, David Poeppel
2010 Ear and Hearing  
Results: The data replicate and extend several previous findings: (1) the systematic dependence of the M100 latency on signal intensity and (2) the dependence of the M100 latency on signal frequency, with  ...  Design: Using magnetoencephalography, we assessed the sensitivity of the M100/N100m auditory-evoked component to manipulations of the power ratio of the individual frequency components of the twofrequency  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank Mary Howard for detailed comments on the article and Jeff Walker for excellent technical assistance. This work was supported by NIH grant 2R01DC05660 (to D.P.) and  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0b013e3181d99a75 pmid:20445455 pmcid:PMC4465379 fatcat:eqoq466j4fe4dakwlmajmnsu4m

Linear Coding of Voice Onset Time

Richard E. Frye, Janet McGraw Fisher, Alexis Coty, Melissa Zarella, Jacqueline Liederman, Eric Halgren
2007 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
The morphology of the M100 gradiometer waveform and the peak latency of the dipole waveform were linearly modulated by VOT.  ...  The M100 was identified in the gradiometers overlying the right and left temporal cortices and single dipoles were fit to each M100 waveform.  ...  This project was supported by a Charles King Award from the Medical Foundation and K23 NS046565 to Dr. Richard Frye, F31 NS048778 to Ms.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn.2007.19.9.1476 pmid:17714009 pmcid:PMC2393546 fatcat:dhkah7ex6bdbjjfaf2nwksywdu

Reducing the Number of MEG/EEG Trials Needed for the Estimation of Brain Evoked Responses: A Bootstrap Approach

Cezary Sieluzycki, Artur Matysiak, Reinhard Konig, D Robert Iskander
2021 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  
The proposed bootstrap framework offers a systematic approach to reduce the number of trials required to estimate the evoked response.  ...  stems from the need to acquire a large number of repeated recordings.  ...  Fig. 1 . 1 Estimates of the auditory M100 wave derived by arithmetic averaging of single-trial recordings from the two posterior MEG channels with the largest absolute M100-peak magnitude over the left  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbme.2021.3060495 pmid:33606623 fatcat:nlntzcasrvb7vd5dkll7nt6jki

Reducing the Number of MEG/EEG Trials Needed for the Estimation of Brain Evoked Responses: A Bootstrap Approach

Cezary Sieluzycki, Artur Matysiak, Reinhard Konig, D. Robert Iskander
2021 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  
Conclusion: The proposed bootstrap framework offers a systematic approach to reduce the number of trials required to estimate the evoked response.  ...  Results: We present results for two advocated bootstrap variants applied to auditory MEG data.  ...  Estimates of the auditory M100 wave derived by arithmetic averaging of single-trial recordings from the two posterior MEG channels with the largest absolute M100-peak magnitude over the left (a) and the  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbme.2021.3060495 fatcat:w437qdtoi5fxnpudkk2lxnlasa

Semantic geodesic maps: a unifying geometrical approach for studying the structure and dynamics of single trial evoked responses

N.A. Laskaris, A.A. Ioannides
2002 Clinical Neurophysiology  
Results and conclusions: The utility of semantic maps was demonstrated using magnetoencephalographic data from a simple auditory paradigm.  ...  The coupling of ongoing activity and evoked response is vividly demonstrated and contrasted with the apparent deflection from zero baseline that survives averaging.  ...  Acknowledgements One of the authors (N.A.L) is deeply indebted to S. Fotopoulos for the priceless introduction to the vectorial processing of multidimensional signals and to P.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1388-2457(02)00124-4 pmid:12139999 fatcat:4dttc3jogrf4lk5aa2kzhojwym

Auditory Cortical Plasticity in Learning to Discriminate Modulation Rate

V. van Wassenhove, S. S. Nagarajan
2007 Journal of Neuroscience  
Learning to discriminate temporal modulation rates was accompanied by a systematic amplitude increase of the early auditory evoked responses to trained stimuli, as measured by magnetoencephalography.  ...  The main task used a base stimulus (four tones separated by intervals of 200 ms) that had to be distinguished from a target stimulus (four tones with intervals down to ϳ180 ms).  ...  The localizer data were used to determine the location of the m100 responses in left and right auditory cortices.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.4844-06.2007 pmid:17344404 pmcid:PMC4096344 fatcat:evqfzaakljhuhjgejfihyggu34

Speech-induced suppression of evoked auditory fields in children who stutter

Deryk S. Beal, Maher A. Quraan, Douglas O. Cheyne, Margot J. Taylor, Vincent L. Gracco, Luc F. De Nil
2011 NeuroImage  
In an earlier study, we found that both adults who do and do not stutter demonstrated a reduced amplitude of the auditory M50 and M100 responses to speech during active production relative to passive listening  ...  auditory speech information for the purpose of establishing neural representations of speech sounds.  ...  DSB has received funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Clinical Fellowship and the Clinician Scientist Training Program (CSTP).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.11.026 pmid:21095231 pmcid:PMC3042852 fatcat:2ix3v3lls5e5vfrnsuxitkaila

Dynamic Estimation of the Auditory Temporal Response Function From MEG in Competing-Speaker Environments

Sahar Akram, Jonathan Z. Simon, Behtash Babadi
2017 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  
confidence intervals at sampling resolution from single-trial MEG data.  ...  Conclusion-Application of our method to MEG data reveals a precise characterization of the modulation of M50 and M100 evoked responses with respect to the attentional state of the subject at multi-second  ...  We would like to thank Alessandro Presacco for providing us with a subset of the data used in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbme.2016.2628884 pmid:28113290 pmcid:PMC5568457 fatcat:36u45mbnqrbf3hmetttpqq3rwq

Exploratory data analysis of evoked response single trials based on minimal spanning tree

Nikolaos A. Laskaris, Andreas A. Ioannides
2001 Clinical Neurophysiology  
Objective: An exploratory data analysis framework, based on minimal spanning tree, is proposed as a means to support the analysis of single trial (ST) electrophysiological signals.  ...  Speci®cally we ®nd support for stimulus-induced phase-resetting hypothesis in the 3±20 Hz band, the existence of trials void of the prototypical evoked response, and an order across the single trial set  ...  of the trial-to-trial variation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1388-2457(00)00560-5 pmid:11275544 fatcat:ai3pxwrjlbbh3kf5pcfobltrmq

Development of Auditory Evoked Responses in Normally Developing Preschool Children and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Julia M. Stephen, Dina E. Hill, Amanda Peters, Lucinda Flynn, Tongsheng Zhang, Yoshio Okada
2017 Developmental Neuroscience  
Previous studies indicate that the latencies of the initial components of the auditory evoked po-  ...  The analysis of data from the early stages of development is challenging because the temporal pattern of the evoked responses changes with age (e.g., additional peaks emerge with increasing age) and peak  ...  We thank the Mind Research Network for access to the MSR for data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000477614 pmid:28772264 fatcat:emrpcbbnljh5dp5br2y6y4ztja

Neural Correlates of the Time Marker for the Perception of Event Timing

K. Amano, L. Qi, Y. Terada, S. Nishida
2016 eNeuro  
The difference between RT and PSS was ascribed to the lower threshold for PSS than RT. response from the subjective motion onset for weaker stimuli.  ...  We analyzed the relationship between neural activity evoked by motion onset and point of subjective simultaneity (PSS) or RT.  ...  The averaged latency of the auditory response used was 125 Ϯ 12 ms.  ... 
doi:10.1523/eneuro.0144-16.2016 pmid:27679810 pmcid:PMC5030839 fatcat:dwp5q6lnyrek5dlpkjcschz3n4

The magnetic counterpart of the contingent negative variation

T Elbert, B Rockstroh, S Hampson, C Pantev, M Hoke
1994 Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology / Evoked Potentials Section  
Compared to the variability in the auditory evoked fields, the CMV showed considerably more variance in the field distribution across subjects.  ...  The magnetic counterpart of the CNV, the contingent magnetic variation (CMV), was investigated in an Go/No Go design: subjects moved their index finger to the offset of a 4 sec tone of a certain frequency  ...  Research was supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (Klinische Forschergruppe fiir Biomagnetismus und Biosignalmalyse and Ro 805). We appreciate the helpful assistance of Cbristina Robert.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0168-5597(94)90069-8 pmid:7514995 fatcat:7uuogdvmzjaflbhlosp4mm4dza

Magnetoencephalographic recordings demonstrate attentional modulation of mismatch-related neural activity in human auditory cortex

MARTY G. WOLDORFF, STEVEN A. HILLYARD, CHRIS C. GALLEN, SCOTT R. HAMPSON, FLOYD E. BLOOM
1998 Psychophysiology  
arising from auditory cortex or attention-related activity from another brain region, we recorded both the MMN and the mismatch magnetic field~MMF!  ...  Deviant tones in the attended ear elicited a sizable MMF that was well modeled as a dipolar source in auditory cortex. Both the MMN and MMF to unattended-ear deviants were highly attenuated.  ...  Evoked components that have been localized by MEG to specific zones of STP auditory cortex include the M50~magnetic counterpart of the P50!, the M100~counterpart of the N1 or N100!  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0048577298961601 pmid:9564748 fatcat:anf7o2th6ffdbhokbncgxml5wu

Electrophysiological signatures: Magnetoencephalographic studies of the neural correlates of language impairment in autism spectrum disorders

Timothy P.L. Roberts, Gwen L. Schmidt, Marc Egeth, Lisa Blaskey, Michael M. Rey, J. Christopher Edgar, Susan E. Levy
2008 International Journal of Psychophysiology  
This article reviews the application of MEG in the study of auditory processing as an aspect of language impairment in children.  ...  Results demonstrate the sensitivity of MEG for detection of abnormalities of auditory processing in ASD ('electrophysiological signatures') and their clinical correlates.  ...  Roberts would like to extend thanks to the Oberkircher Family for the Oberkircher Family Endowed Chair in Pediatric Radiology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2008.01.012 pmid:18336941 pmcid:PMC2397446 fatcat:dzunw6t3rnf7vm5zqac7cjneki
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