Does the heart know what the ears hear? A heart rate analysis of auditory selective attention.

Abstract

Between- and within-channel auditory selective attention were examined by presenting subjects with tone pips randomly to opposite ears; some pips had a slightly different pitch. Subjects were instructed to count rare, deviant tone pips at one ear and ignore all input to the other ear. Heart rate was sampled twice: once for the attended tone pips and once… (More)

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