The neural correlates of subjectively perceived and passively matched loudness perception in auditory phantom perception

@inproceedings{Ridder2015TheNC,
  title={The neural correlates of subjectively perceived and passively matched loudness perception in auditory phantom perception},
  author={Dirk De Ridder and Marco Congedo and Sven Vanneste},
  booktitle={Brain and behavior},
  year={2015}
}
INTRODUCTION A fundamental question in phantom perception is determining whether the brain creates a network that represents the sound intensity of the auditory phantom as measured by tinnitus matching (in dB), or whether the phantom perception is actually only a representation of the subjectively perceived loudness. METHODS In tinnitus patients, tinnitus loudness was tested in two ways, by a numeric rating scale for subjectively perceived loudness and a more objective tinnitus-matching test… CONTINUE READING

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