Yolanda Triñanes-Pego

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Sensory gating is the brain's ability to adjust its sensitivity to incoming stimuli, i.e., to diminish its response to irrelevant or repetitive stimuli (gating out) and to increase it when a novel stimulus is presented (gating in). Most of the existing studies have investigated the gating out mechanism, giving little attention to the gating in function.(More)
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