Temporal Aspects of Human Auditory Cortical Processing
Time is a quintessential issue in studies of audition. First, the sound stimuli as such are changes in time and, second, audition as a warning sense (or as an attention-triggering mechanism) is very sensitive to any changes in the auditory environment. Both single stimuli and their sequences are variations in time which have to be kept in mind for at least as long as the message is understood. Such temporal buffers are inherently more complicated to be investigated than stationary neural firing patterns.
KeywordsAuditory Cortex Auditory Processing Temporal Aspect Interaural Time Difference Equivalent Current Dipole
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