Separating acoustic deviance from novelty during the first year of life: a review of event-related potential evidence

@inproceedings{Kushnerenko2013SeparatingAD,
  title={Separating acoustic deviance from novelty during the first year of life: a review of event-related potential evidence},
  author={Elena V. Kushnerenko and Bea R. H. Van den Bergh and Istv{\'a}n Winkler},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2013}
}
Orienting to salient events in the environment is a first step in the development of attention in young infants. Electrophysiological studies have indicated that in newborns and young infants, sounds with widely distributed spectral energy, such as noise and various environmental sounds, as well as sounds widely deviating from their context elicit an event-related potential (ERP) similar to the adult P3a response. We discuss how the maturation of event-related potentials parallels the process… CONTINUE READING

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