The development of memory trace depending on the number of the standard stimuli.

Abstract

The mismatch negativity (MMN) component of the event-related potentials reflects the automatic detection mechanism of sound change. MMN is elicited by a neuronal mismatch process between deviant (infrequent) auditory input and the sensory memory trace of the standard (frequent) stimuli. Although many previous studies have investigated MMN to reveal the… (More)

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@article{Matuoka2006TheDO, title={The development of memory trace depending on the number of the standard stimuli.}, author={Takashi Matuoka and Hirooki Yabe and Naoko Shinozaki and Yasuharu Sato and Tomiharu Hiruma and Asai Ren and Etsuko Hara and Sunao Kaneko}, journal={Clinical EEG and neuroscience}, year={2006}, volume={37 3}, pages={223-9} }