Evidence against attentional state modulating scalp-recorded auditory brainstem steady-state responses.

@article{Varghese2015EvidenceAA,
  title={Evidence against attentional state modulating scalp-recorded auditory brainstem steady-state responses.},
  author={Leonard Varghese and Hari M Bharadwaj and Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2015},
  volume={1626},
  pages={146-64}
}
Auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) and their steady-state counterpart (subcortical steady-state responses, SSSRs) are generally thought to be insensitive to cognitive demands. However, a handful of studies report that SSSRs are modulated depending on the subject׳s focus of attention, either towards or away from an auditory stimulus. Here, we explored whether attentional focus affects the envelope-following response (EFR), which is a particular kind of SSSR, and if so, whether the effects are… CONTINUE READING
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