Emotion and the auditory brainstem response to speech

@article{Wang2010EmotionAT,
  title={Emotion and the auditory brainstem response to speech},
  author={Jade Wang and Trent G. Nicol and Erika Skoe and Mikko Sams and Nina Kraus},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={469},
  pages={319-323}
}
Effects of emotion have been reported as early as 20 ms after an auditory stimulus onset for negative valence, and bivalent effects between 30 and 130 ms. To understand how emotional state influences the listener's brainstem evoked responses to speech, subjects looked at emotion-evoking pictures while listening to an unchanging auditory stimulus (danny). The pictures (positive, negative, or neutral valence) were selected from the IAPS database and controlled for dominance and arousal. Utilizing… CONTINUE READING

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