Behavioral and event-related potential distraction effects with regularly occurring auditory deviants.

Abstract

When auditory stimulation contains infrequent task-irrelevant changes (deviants), behavioral responses to task-relevant aspects of the stimulation are prolonged. Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) show that deviants elicit mismatch negativity (MMN), P3a, and reorienting negativity (RON). Here, we examine whether distraction effects can also be elicited… (More)

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@article{Jankowiak2007BehavioralAE, title={Behavioral and event-related potential distraction effects with regularly occurring auditory deviants.}, author={Sylvia Jankowiak and Stefan Berti}, journal={Psychophysiology}, year={2007}, volume={44 1}, pages={79-85} }