Attentional Modulation of Envelope-Following Responses at Lower (93–109 Hz) but Not Higher (217–233 Hz) Modulation Rates

@inproceedings{Holmes2017AttentionalMO,
  title={Attentional Modulation of Envelope-Following Responses at Lower (93–109 Hz) but Not Higher (217–233 Hz) Modulation Rates},
  author={Emma Holmes and David W. Purcell and Robert P. Carlyon and Hedwig E. Gockel and Ingrid S. Johnsrude},
  booktitle={Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology},
  year={2017}
}
Directing attention to sounds of different frequencies allows listeners to perceive a sound of interest, like a talker, in a mixture. Whether cortically generated frequency-specific attention affects responses as low as the auditory brainstem is currently unclear. Participants attended to either a high- or low-frequency tone stream, which was presented simultaneously and tagged with different amplitude modulation (AM) rates. In a replication design, we showed that envelope-following responses… CONTINUE READING

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