Mismatch response of the human brain to changes in sound location.

@article{Schrger1996MismatchRO,
  title={Mismatch response of the human brain to changes in sound location.},
  author={Erich Schr{\"o}ger and Camille Wolff},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={1996},
  volume={7 18},
  pages={3005-8}
}
WE investigated whether the enhanced negativity of the human event-related brain potential elicited by changes in auditory lateralization is due to a higher-order change-detection process or whether it can be explained exclusively in terms of selective sensory adaptation. Infrequent changes in lateralization of a repetitive standard tone, generated by changes in interaural time differences, elicited a frontocentrally distributed negative brain wave in the 100-250 ms range relative to stimulus… CONTINUE READING
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