Attention-dependent sound offset-related brain potentials.

Abstract

When performing sensory tasks, knowing the potentially occurring goal-relevant and irrelevant stimulus events allows the establishment of selective attention sets, which result in enhanced sensory processing of goal-relevant events. In the auditory modality, such enhancements are reflected in the increased amplitude of the N1 ERP elicited by the onsets of… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/psyp.12607

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@article{Horvth2016AttentiondependentSO, title={Attention-dependent sound offset-related brain potentials.}, author={J{\'a}nos Horv{\'a}th}, journal={Psychophysiology}, year={2016}, volume={53 5}, pages={663-77} }