Deviance detection in auditory subcortical structures: what can we learn from neurochemistry and neural connectivity?

@article{Duque2015DevianceDI,
  title={Deviance detection in auditory subcortical structures: what can we learn from neurochemistry and neural connectivity?},
  author={Daniel Mauricio L{\'o}pez Duque and Yaneri A Ayala and Manuel S. Malmierca},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={361},
  pages={215-232}
}
A remarkable ability of animals that is critical for survival is to detect and respond to to unexpected stimuli in an ever-changing world. Auditory neurons that show stimulus-specific adaptation (SSA), i.e., a decrease in their response to frequently occurring stimuli while maintaining responsiveness when different stimuli are presented, might participate in the coding of deviance occurrence. Traditionally, deviance detection is measured by the mismatch negativity (MMN) potential in studies of… CONTINUE READING
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