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Human Auditory Cortical Dynamics During Perception of Long Acoustic Sequences: Phase Tracking of Carrier Frequency by the Auditory Steady-state Response
We recorded human auditory cortical activity during the perception of long, changing acoustic signals and analyzed information provided by dynamic neural population measures over a large range of time intervals (~24 ms-5 s). Participants listened to musical scales that were amplitude modulated at a rate of 41.5 Hz, generating an ongoing, stimulus-related oscillatory brain signal, the auditory steady-state response (aSSR). The aSSR generated energy at the amplitude modulation rate that wasdoi:10.1093/cercor/bhg089 pmid:14654455 fatcat:5h55obgopndu7lkswtjo2jeumq