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How to compute auditory steady state responses?

Simple question: How does one usually go about computing an auditory steady state response (ASSR)? I have data where speech was amplitude modulated to a 40 Hz sine tone. There's 3.5 minutes of data; ...
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Why can good music raise goosebumps?

Listening to really good music right now, I was wondering why it raises goosebumps. Is there any physiological reason for this reaction to specific wavelengths or something? Due sometimes strong ...
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Does listening via earphones at low volumes increases your hearing sensitivity?

I use earphones for prolonged periods at a Low or medium volume, generally hours at a time. I began to notice that I'm susceptible noise then I was before I started using earphones. Nobody else in ...
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What are the brain regions related to tinnitus shown in this figure?

I am interested in learning about the neural mechanisms behind tinnitus, and was wondering if someone could help me to name the parts of the brain on this image that show increased activity in ...
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Does “hearing” give off an electronic signal?

I'm thinking in terms of the middle ear and the very intricate and tiny bones that process a "sound wave" into "what we hear." Is there an output to same said bones such that a signal is being sent ...
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Extreme sound quality and cognitive therapy

Tidal HiFi is a music streaming service offering which promises you access to their lossless (typically ~1000 kilobits per second, standard MP3's are 320 kbps as a comparison) music library. Can ...