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Re: Does noise mask exist in rat primary auditory cortex?
I guess I did not make it clear. I mean the percept of a completetone even partly covered by background noise, not oddball situation. It is similar to fill-in phenomena in visual perception in a way. Youmay check the following paper, in which an example was shown. Thanksfor your response.
Nat Neurosci. 2001 Aug;4(8):783-4.Amodal completion of acoustic signals by a nonhuman primate.Miller CT, Dibble E, Hauser MD.
On 11/2/05, Wichian Sittiprapaporn <wichian.sittiprapaporn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:> Hi Changquan,>> please looks at the following articles:>>> 1) Event-related potentials in an auditory oddball situation in the rat •> ARTICLE>> Biosystems, Volume 79, Issues 1-3, January-March 2005, Pages 207-212>> Jan Eriksson and Alessandro E.P. Villa>> 2) Spectral interactions, but no mismatch negativity, in auditory cortex of> anesthetized rat • ARTICLE>> Hearing Research, Volume 181, Issues 1-2, July 2003, Pages 51-56>> Ronit Lazar and Raju Metherate>>>> 3) Auditory cortical event-related potentials to pitch deviances in rats •> ARTICLE>> Neuroscience Letters, Volume 248, Issue 1, 22 May 1998, Pages 45-48>> Timo Ruusuvirta, Markku Penttonen and Tapani Korhonen> if you have any question please let me know.>> With best regards,>> --> Wichian Sittiprapaporn, Ph.D.>> Electroneurophysiology Laboratory> Neuro-Behavioural Biology Center> Mahidol University, Salaya> Nakhon Pathom 73170> THAILAND>> Telephone +(662) 441-9321> Fax +(662) 441-9743> Mobile +(661) 444-0261> Email: wichian.sittiprapaporn@xxxxxxxxx> Email: stwst@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Web: http://neuroscience.mahidol.ac.th
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