Neuromagnetic responses reflect the temporal pitch change of regular interval sounds.

@article{Ritter2005NeuromagneticRR,
  title={Neuromagnetic responses reflect the temporal pitch change of regular interval sounds.},
  author={Steffen Ritter and Hans G{\"u}nter Dosch and Hans-Joachim Specht and Andr{\'e} Rupp},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2005},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={533-43}
}
The pitch onset response (POR) evoked by the transition between two regular interval sounds (RIS) with different pitch was studied by recording the neuromagnetic responses with a 122-channel whole head magnetoencephalograph (MEG). The parameters of RIS were varied giving rise to characteristic changes in the latency of the first prominent deflection occurring about 100 to 140 ms after the transition. These latency differences of the neurophysiological signal correlated strongly with the… CONTINUE READING

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