Neural activity before and after conscious perception in dichotic listening.

@article{Yurgil2010NeuralAB,
  title={Neural activity before and after conscious perception in dichotic listening.},
  author={Kate A. Yurgil and Edward J. Golob},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2010},
  volume={48 10},
  pages={2952-8}
}
The neural basis of conscious perception can be studied using stimuli that elicit different percepts on different occasions (multistable perception). Multistable perception allows direct comparisons between brain activity and conscious perception that control for sensory input, and also serves as a model for attentional competition, with the winning perceptual outcome varying across trials. Dichotic listening tasks present multistable stimuli consisting of two different consonant-vowels (CVs… CONTINUE READING