Acoustic Noise Alters Selective Attention Processes as Indicated by Direct Current (DC) Brain Potential Changes

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Acoustic environmental noise, even of low to moderate intensity, is known to adversely affect information processing in animals and humans via attention mechanisms. In particular, facilitation and inhibition of information processing are basic functions of selective attention. Such mechanisms can be investigated by analyzing brain potentials under… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/ijerph111009938

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@inproceedings{Trimmel2014AcousticNA, title={Acoustic Noise Alters Selective Attention Processes as Indicated by Direct Current (DC) Brain Potential Changes}, author={Karin Trimmel and Julia Sch{\"a}tzer and Michael Trimmel}, booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health}, year={2014} }