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“sparse” temporal sampling in auditory fMRI
“sparse” temporal sampling is presented, using this technique, single volumes of brain images are acquired at the end of stimulus and baseline conditions, and the effective auditory stimulus for the activation is not masked by the scanner noise.
A systematic review of the reporting of tinnitus prevalence and severity
Spectral and temporal processing in human auditory cortex.
- D. Hall, I. Johnsrude, M. Haggard, A. Palmer, M. Akeroyd, A. Q. Summerfield
- Biology, PsychologyCerebral Cortex
- 1 February 2002
Hierarchical processing suggests that spectrally and temporally complex stimuli will evoke more activation than do simple stimuli, particularly in non-primary auditory fields. This hypothesis was…
Examining a Supramodal Network for Conflict Processing: A Systematic Review and Novel Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data for Related Visual and Auditory Stroop Tasks
A systematic review of 34 neuroimaging publications reveals that conflict-related activity is reliably reported in the anterior cingulate cortex and bilaterally in the lateral prefrontal cortex, the anterior insula, and the parietal lobe.
Pitch Processing Sites in the Human Auditory Brain
It seems premature to assign special status to lateral HG solely on the basis of neuroactivation patterns, but the first result suggested that parts of the planum temporale are more relevant for pitch processing than lateral HG.
Neuromagnetic Indicators of Tinnitus and Tinnitus Masking in Patients with and without Hearing Loss
- P. Adjamian, Magdalena Sereda, O. Zobay, D. Hall, A. Palmer
- MedicineJournal of the Association for Research in…
- 12 July 2012
The findings partly support the thalamocortical dysrhythmia model and suggest that slow-wave (delta band) activity may be a more reliable correlate of tinnitus than high-frequency activity.
Reading Fluent Speech from Talking Faces: Typical Brain Networks and Individual Differences
- D. Hall, Clayton Fussell, Q. Summerfield
- Psychology, BiologyJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience
- 1 June 2005
Skilled speechreading was also associated with activations and deactivations in other brain regions, suggesting that individual differences reflect the efficiency of a circuit linking sensory, perceptual, memory, cognitive, and linguistic processes rather than the operation of a single component process.
Reliable identification of the auditory thalamus using multi-modal structural analyses
Perception of soundscapes: An interdisciplinary approach
Functional magnetic resonance imaging measurements of sound-level encoding in the absence of background scanner noise.
- D. Hall, M. Haggard, A. Q. Summerfield, M. A. Akeroyd, A. Palmer, R. Bowtell
- PhysicsThe Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- 30 March 2001
The loudness formula is recommended as the most appropriate basis of matching sound level to control for loudness effects when cortical responses to other stimulus attributes, such as stimulus class, are the principal concern.