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comment how is tone volume encoded?
@ChuckSherrington - yeah, I've been thinking about that as well. Feedback connections in a predictive coding type framework would explain sound level adaptation well - if louder tones recruit a new group of neurons. It it's the same neuronal population, I have something interesting to muse about :)
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comment how is tone volume encoded?
@ChuckSherrington, I am actually curious because I recently read about sound level adaptation in the auditory nerve, inferior colliculus and medial geniculate body. Sound level adaptation is the following: when a sound is played equiprobably at different volumes, neural activity scales with the volume. But if one of the volumes is more frequent than others, neural activity to that volume will dampen. Now I'm wondering whether a whole new set of neurons is recruited with a change in volume, or not. Given that it was found on the auditory nerve (albeit weakly), probably not. But still...
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comment aftereffects of auditory adaptation
I have never heard of this. Thank you so much!
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comment aftereffects of auditory adaptation
That's an interesting point, thanks!
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comment aftereffects of auditory adaptation
Maybe I should also add that my main area of interest is sensory adaptation, so that is my starting point in asking this question: why does adaptation lead to differences in perceptual aftereffects across the two modalities.
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comment aftereffects of auditory adaptation
Thanks for your input! I was indeed thinking about auditory hallucinations as well. They prove that there is such a thing as an auditory percept in the absence of a stimulus. But that makes me even more curious about the absence of auditory aftereffects, whereas visual afterimages can be quite strong and clear.
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answered Are there any fMRI decoding papers examining the relationship between attentional cueing and activity in V1?
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comment Are there useful applications for three channel consumer EEG?
What an amazing answer!
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comment What is the relation between general and linear prediction in espicifice and Evoked Potentials signal behaviour?
What does 'espicifice' mean?
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