Auditory deviance detection in the human insula: An intracranial EEG study

@article{Blenkmann2019AuditoryDD,
  title={Auditory deviance detection in the human insula: An intracranial EEG study},
  author={Alejandro O. Blenkmann and Santiago Collavini and James I. Lubell and Ana{\"i}s Llorens and Ingrid Funderud and Jugoslav Ivanovi{\'c} and P{\aa}l Gunnar Larsson and Torstein Ragnar Meling and Trist{\'a}n A. Bekinschtein and Silvia Kochen and Tor Endestad and Robert T. Knight and Anne-Kristin Solbakk},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2019},
  volume={121},
  pages={189-200}
}
While the human insula is known to be involved in auditory processing, knowledge about its precise functional role and the underlying electrophysiology is limited. To assess its role in automatic auditory deviance detection we analyzed the high frequency EEG activity (75-145 Hz) from 90 intracranial insular electrodes across 16 patients who were candidates for resective epilepsy surgery while they passively listened to a stream of standard and deviant tones. Deviant and standard tones differed… 

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