Specificity of experience-dependent pitch representation in the brainstem.

@article{Xu2006SpecificityOE,
  title={Specificity of experience-dependent pitch representation in the brainstem.},
  author={Yisheng Xu and Ananthanarayan Krishnan and Jackson T. Gandour},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2006},
  volume={17 15},
  pages={1601-5}
}
Crosslanguage comparisons of brainstem-evoked potentials have revealed experience-dependent plasticity in pitch representation for curvilinear f0 contours representative of Mandarin tones. To assess the tolerance limits of this experience-dependent selectivity, we evaluated cross-linguistically (Chinese, English) the pitch strength and tracking accuracy of linear rising and falling f0 ramps representative of Mandarin tones 2 and 4. No crosslanguage differences in pitch strength or accuracy were… CONTINUE READING

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