Search for: auditory-stimulation
0.006 seconds

    Stimulus-specific adaptation decreases the coupling of spikes to LFP phase

    , Article Frontiers in Neural Circuits ; Volume 13 , 2019 ; 16625110 (ISSN) Parto Dezfouli, M ; Zarei, M ; Jahed, M ; Daliri, M. R ; Sharif University of Technology
    Frontiers Media S.A  2019
    Stimulus repetition suppresses the neural activity in different sensory areas of the brain. This mechanism of so-called stimulus-specific adaptation (SSA) has been observed in both spiking activity and local field potential (LFP) responses. However, much remains to be known about the effect of SSA on the spike–LFP relation. In this study, we approached this issue by investigating the spike-phase coupling (SPC) in control and adapting paradigms. For the control paradigm, pure tones were presented in a random unbiased sequence. In the adapting paradigm, the same stimuli were presented in a random pattern but it was biased to an adapter stimulus. In fact, the adapter occupied 80% of the... 

    Investigating time-varying functional connectivity derived from the Jackknife Correlation method for distinguishing between emotions in fMRI data

    , Article Cognitive Neurodynamics ; Volume 14, Issue 4 , 2020 , Pages 457-471 Ghahari, S ; Farahani, N ; Fatemizadeh, E ; Motie Nasrabadi, A ; Sharif University of Technology
    Springer  2020
    Investigating human brain activity during expressing emotional states provides deep insight into complex cognitive functions and neurological correlations inside the brain. To be able to resemble the brain function in the best manner, a complex and natural stimulus should be applied as well, the method used for data analysis should have fewer assumptions, simplifications, and parameter adjustment. In this study, we examined a functional magnetic resonance imaging dataset obtained during an emotional audio-movie stimulus associated with human life. We used Jackknife Correlation (JC) method to derive a representation of time-varying functional connectivity. We applied different binary measures... 

    The potential role of auditory prediction error in decompensated tinnitus: An auditory mismatch negativity study

    , Article Brain and Behavior ; Volume 9, Issue 4 , 2019 ; 21623279 (ISSN) Mohebbi, M ; Daneshi, A ; Asadpour, A ; Mohsen, S ; Farhadi, M ; Mahmoudian, S ; Sharif University of Technology
    John Wiley and Sons Ltd  2019
    Introduction: Some tinnitus subjects habituate to their tinnitus but some others do not and complain of its annoyance tremendously. Normal sensory memory and change detection processes are needed for detecting the tinnitus signal as a prediction error and habituation to tinnitus. The purpose of this study was to compare auditory mismatch negativity as the index of sensory memory and change detection among the studied groups to search for the factors involving in the perception of tinnitus and preventing habituation in decompensated tinnitus subjects. Methods: Electroencephalography was recorded from scalp electrodes in compensated tinnitus, decompensated tinnitus, and no tinnitus control...