Event-related perturbations in an electrophysiological measure of auditory sensitivity: effects of probability, intensity and repeated sessions.


It is often held that novel or salient stimuli are followed by a brief period of orienting or alerting during which sensory processes are facilitated. Evidence for such a period of facilitation was sought in a paradigm in which evoked responses to weak auditory probe stimuli were examined when given in the presence of salient foreground stimuli, which were… (More)


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