Detection of signals in modulated and unmodulated noise observed using auditory evoked potentials

@article{Androulidakis2006DetectionOS,
  title={Detection of signals in modulated and unmodulated noise observed using auditory evoked potentials},
  author={Alexandros G. Androulidakis and Stephen J. Jones},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={117},
  pages={1783-1793}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate a neurophysiological correlate of the perceptual enhancement of noise-masked sounds when the masking frequencies have a wide spectral bandwidth and are coherently amplitude-modulated. METHODS Auditory evoked potentials were recorded to 1 kHz tones (200 ms, 61 dBSPL, SOA 3s) occurring in silence or with 80 dB masking noise, which was either wide-band or narrow-band and either unmodulated or 100% amplitude-modulated by a 17.5 Hz square-wave. In a second study, the tones… CONTINUE READING

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