Sustained Selective Attention to Competing Amplitude-Modulations in Human Auditory Cortex

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Auditory selective attention plays an essential role for identifying sounds of interest in a scene, but the neural underpinnings are still incompletely understood. Recent findings demonstrate that neural activity that is time-locked to a particular amplitude-modulation (AM) is enhanced in the auditory cortex when the modulated stream of sounds is… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0108045

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@inproceedings{Riecke2014SustainedSA, title={Sustained Selective Attention to Competing Amplitude-Modulations in Human Auditory Cortex}, author={Lars Riecke and Wolfgang Scharke and Giancarlo Valente and Alexander Gutschalk and Jyrki Ahveninen}, booktitle={PloS one}, year={2014} }