Effect of attention on cortical processing of sound motion: An EEG study

@article{Kreitewolf2011EffectOA,
  title={Effect of attention on cortical processing of sound motion: An EEG study},
  author={Jens Kreitewolf and J{\"o}rg Lewald and Stephan Getzmann},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={54 3},
  pages={2340-9}
}
The onset of motion in an otherwise continuous sound elicits a prominent auditory evoked potential, the so-called motion onset response (MOR). The MOR has recently been shown to be modulated by stimulus-dependent factors, such as velocity, while the possible role of task-dependent factors has remained unclear. Here, the effect of spatial attention on the MOR was investigated in 19 listeners. In each trial, the subject initially heard a free-field sound, consisting of a stationary period and a… CONTINUE READING
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