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Title: Familiarity affects the processing of task-irrelevant auditory deviance
Authors: Jacobsen, Thomas  
Schröger, Erich
Winkler, István
Horváth, János
Language: eng
Subject (DDC): 100 Philosophie & Psychologie
Issue Date: Nov-2005
Publisher: MIT Pr. Journals
Document Type: Article
Journal / Series / Working Paper (HSU): Journal of cognitive neuroscience
Volume: 17
Issue: 11
Page Start: 1704
Page End: 1713
Publisher Place: Cambridge, MA
Abstract: 
The effects of familiarity on auditory change detection on the basis of auditory sensory memory representations were investigated by presenting oddball sequences of sounds while participants ignored the auditory stimuli. Stimulus sequences were composed of sounds that were familiar and sounds that were made unfamiliar by playing the same sounds backward. The roles of frequently presented stimuli (standards) and infrequently presented ones (deviants) were fully crossed. Deviants elicited the mismatch negativity component of the event-related brain potential. We found an enhancement in detecting changes when deviant sounds appeared among familiar standard sounds compared when they were delivered among unfamiliar standards. Familiarity with the deviant sounds also enhanced the change-detection process. We suggest that tuning to familiar items sets up preparatory processes that affect change detection in familiar sound sequences.
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DOI der Erstveröffentlichung: 10.1162/089892905774589262
Organization Units (connected with the publication): Insitut für Psychologie, Universität Leipzig
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24405/14254
URL: https://direct.mit.edu/jocn/issue/17/11
ISSN: 0898-929X
Publisher DOI: 10.1162/089892905774589262
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