alexa Neural Mechanisms of Fine-Grained Temporal Processing in Audition

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Neural Mechanisms of Fine-Grained Temporal Processing in Audition

Our auditory percepts do not necessarily correspond to an immediately present acoustic event but, rather, is the outcome of processing incoming signals over a period of time. For example, when acoustic pulses are periodically delivered at >20-40 ms intervals, individual signals are clearly heard as discrete events, whereas at ≤ 20-40 ms intervals, the same signals are perceptually merged together. Psychophysicists have adopted the concept of a “temporal grain” defined by a 20-40 ms time frame to explain the above phenomenon: when successive signals fall into different temporal grains, each signal is perceptually “resolved” as a series of discrete events.

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