Human frequency-following responses: representation of steady-state synthetic vowels.

@article{Krishnan2002HumanFR,
  title={Human frequency-following responses: representation of steady-state synthetic vowels.},
  author={Ananthanarayan Krishnan},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2002},
  volume={166 1-2},
  pages={192-201}
}
Auditory nerve single-unit population studies have demonstrated that phase-locking plays a dominant role in the neural encoding of the spectrum of speech sounds. Given this, it was reasoned that the phase-locked neural activity underlying the scalp-recorded human frequency-following response (FFR) might preserve information about certain acoustic features of speech sounds. It was recently reported (Ananthanarayan, A.K., 1999. J. Audiol. Neurootol. 4, 95-103) that the FFR spectrum to simple two… CONTINUE READING
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