Spectro-temporal analysis of complex tones: two cortical processes dependent on retention of sounds in the long auditory store

@article{Jones2000SpectrotemporalAO,
  title={Spectro-temporal analysis of complex tones: two cortical processes dependent on retention of sounds in the long auditory store},
  author={Stephen J. Jones and M Vaz Pato and Linda Sprague},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={111},
  pages={1569-1576}
}
OBJECTIVES To examine whether two cortical processes concerned with spectro-temporal analysis of complex tones, a 'C-process' generating CN1 and CP2 potentials at cf. 100 and 180 ms after sudden change of pitch or timbre, and an 'M-process' generating MN1 and MP2 potentials of similar latency at the sudden cessation of repeated changes, are dependent on accumulation of a sound image in the long auditory store. METHODS The durations of steady (440 Hz) and rapidly oscillating (440-494 Hz, 16… CONTINUE READING
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