Modulation and task effects in auditory processing measured using fMRI.

  title={Modulation and task effects in auditory processing measured using fMRI.},
  author={Deborah Ann Hall and Mark P. Haggard and Michael A. Akeroyd and Arthur Quentin Summerfield and Alan R. Palmer and M R Elliott and Richard Bowtell},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  volume={10 3},
Active listening has been reported to elicit a different sensory response from passive listening and is generally observed as an increase in the magnitude of activation. Sensory activation differences may therefore be masked by the effect of attention. The present study measured activation induced by static and modulated tones, while controlling attention by using target-discrimination and passive listening tasks. The factorial design enabled us to determine whether the stimulus-induced… CONTINUE READING


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