Organization of sequential sounds in auditory memory.

@article{Sussman2005OrganizationOS,
  title={Organization of sequential sounds in auditory memory.},
  author={Elyse S Sussman and Valentina Gumenyuk},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2005},
  volume={16 13},
  pages={
          1519-23
        }
}
A repeating five-tone pattern was presented at several stimulus rates (200, 400, 600, and 800 ms onset-to-onset) to determine at what temporal proximity the five-tone repeating unit would be represented in memory. The mismatch negativity component of event-related brain potentials was used to index how the sounds were organized in memory when participants had no task with the sounds. Only at the 200-ms onset-to-onset pace was the five-tone sequence unitized in memory. At presentation rates of… CONTINUE READING

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