The influence of strongly focused visual attention on the detection of change in an auditory pattern

@article{Sculthorpe2008TheIO,
  title={The influence of strongly focused visual attention on the detection of change in an auditory pattern},
  author={Lauren D. Sculthorpe and Charles A. Collin and Kenneth B. Campbell},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={1234},
  pages={78-86}
}
The mismatch negativity, an ERP that reflects the detection of change in the auditory environment, is considered to be a relatively automatic process. Its automaticity has by in large been studied using the oddball paradigm, in which a physical feature of a frequently presented standard stimulus is changed. In the present study, the automaticity of the MMN is tested using a MMN elicited by a violation of a more abstract auditory pattern. Fourteen subjects were presented with an alternating… CONTINUE READING

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