Cortical evoked potentials to an auditory illusion: Binaural beats

@article{Pratt2009CorticalEP,
  title={Cortical evoked potentials to an auditory illusion: Binaural beats},
  author={Hillel Pratt and Arnold Starr and Henry J. Michalewski and Andrew Dimitrijevic and Nomi Mittelman},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={120},
  pages={1514-1524}
}
OBJECTIVE To define brain activity corresponding to an auditory illusion of 3 and 6Hz binaural beats in 250Hz or 1000Hz base frequencies, and compare it to the sound onset response. METHODS Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) were recorded in response to unmodulated tones of 250 or 1000Hz to one ear and 3 or 6Hz higher to the other, creating an illusion of amplitude modulations (beats) of 3Hz and 6Hz, in base frequencies of 250Hz and 1000Hz. Tones were 2000ms in duration and presented with… CONTINUE READING

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