Temporal Coherence in the Perceptual Organization and Cortical Representation of Auditory Scenes

@article{Elhilali2009TemporalCI,
  title={Temporal Coherence in the Perceptual Organization and Cortical Representation of Auditory Scenes},
  author={Mounya Elhilali and Ling Ma and Christophe Micheyl and Andrew J. Oxenham and Shihab A. Shamma},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2009},
  volume={61},
  pages={317-329}
}
Just as the visual system parses complex scenes into identifiable objects, the auditory system must organize sound elements scattered in frequency and time into coherent "streams." Current neurocomputational theories of auditory streaming rely on tonotopic organization of the auditory system to explain the observation that sequential spectrally distant sound elements tend to form separate perceptual streams. Here, we show that spectral components that are well separated in frequency are no… CONTINUE READING
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