Spatiotemporal dynamics of neural activity related to auditory induction in the core and belt fields of guinea-pig auditory cortex.

@article{Kubota2012SpatiotemporalDO,
  title={Spatiotemporal dynamics of neural activity related to auditory induction in the core and belt fields of guinea-pig auditory cortex.},
  author={Michinori Kubota and Akihiro Miyamoto and Y. Hosokawa and Shunji Sugimoto and J. Horikawa},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2012},
  volume={23 8},
  pages={
          474-8
        }
}
Auditory induction is a continuity illusion in which missing sounds are perceived under appropriate conditions, for example, when noise is inserted during silent gaps in the sound. To elucidate the neural mechanisms underlying auditory induction, neural responses to tones interrupted by a silent gap or noise were examined in the core and belt fields of the auditory cortex using real-time optical imaging with a voltage-sensitive dye. Tone stimuli interrupted by a silent gap elicited responses to… CONTINUE READING
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