Stimulus context affects auditory cortical responses to changes in interaural correlation.

@article{Chait2007StimulusCA,
  title={Stimulus context affects auditory cortical responses to changes in interaural correlation.},
  author={Maria Chait and David Poeppel and Jonathan Z. Simon},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={98 1},
  pages={224-31}
}
We use magnetoencephalography to study human auditory cortical processing of changes in interaural correlation (IAC). We studied transitions from correlated (identical signals at the 2 ears) to uncorrelated (different signals at the 2 ears) or vice versa for two types of wide-band noise stimuli: CHANGE signals contained a single IAC change (or none) and ALT signals alternated between correlated and uncorrelated at a constant rate. The relevant transitions, from correlated to uncorrelated or… CONTINUE READING

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