The inferior colliculus is involved in deviant sound detection as revealed by BOLD fMRI

@article{Gao2014TheIC,
  title={The inferior colliculus is involved in deviant sound detection as revealed by BOLD fMRI},
  author={Patrick P. Gao and Jevin W. Zhang and Joe S. Cheng and Iris Yuwen Zhou and Ed X. Wu},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={91},
  pages={220-227}
}
Rapid detection of deviant sounds is a crucial property of the auditory system because it increases the saliency of biologically important, unexpected sounds. The oddball paradigm in which a deviant sound is randomly interspersed among a train of standard sounds has been traditionally used to study this property in mammals. Currently, most human studies have only revealed the involvement of cortical regions in this property. Recently, several animal electrophysiological studies have reported… CONTINUE READING

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