Frequency-Selective Attention in Auditory Scenes Recruits Frequency Representations Throughout Human Superior Temporal Cortex.

@article{Riecke2017FrequencySelectiveAI,
  title={Frequency-Selective Attention in Auditory Scenes Recruits Frequency Representations Throughout Human Superior Temporal Cortex.},
  author={Lars Riecke and Judith C. Peters and Giancarlo Valente and Valentin G. Kemper and Elia Formisano and Bettina Sorger},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2017},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={3002-3014}
}
A sound of interest may be tracked amid other salient sounds by focusing attention on its characteristic features including its frequency. Functional magnetic resonance imaging findings have indicated that frequency representations in human primary auditory cortex (AC) contribute to this feat. However, attentional modulations were examined at relatively low spatial and spectral resolutions, and frequency-selective contributions outside the primary AC could not be established. To address these… CONTINUE READING

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