Carrier Frequency Specificity of Short-sound Elicited Auditory Steady-State Response and Effect of Animation Presentation

Keita Tanaka, Fumie Kudo, Shinya Kuriki, Yoshinori Uchikawa

Abstract

This study examined the frequency dependence of the Auditory Steady-State response (ASSR) that was evoked by short AM sounds of equal loudness. We also examined the effect of presentation of silent animation movie on ASSR to keep the wakefulness. The stimulus sounds consisted of short AM tones of 0.78 s length having different carrier frequencies of 240, 480, 960, 1920 and 3840 Hz. As a result, the amplitude of the measured ASSR of EEG was decreased above 1000 Hz. The amplitude did not depend on the presence of the animation.

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Tanaka K., Kudo F., Kuriki S. and Uchikawa Y. (2013). Carrier Frequency Specificity of Short-sound Elicited Auditory Steady-State Response and Effect of Animation Presentation . In - NEUROTECHNIX, ISBN , pages 0-0


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@conference{neurotechnix13,
author={Keita Tanaka and Fumie Kudo and Shinya Kuriki and Yoshinori Uchikawa},
title={Carrier Frequency Specificity of Short-sound Elicited Auditory Steady-State Response and Effect of Animation Presentation},
booktitle={ - NEUROTECHNIX,},
year={2013},
pages={},
publisher={SciTePress},
organization={INSTICC},
doi={},
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TY - CONF
JO - - NEUROTECHNIX,
TI - Carrier Frequency Specificity of Short-sound Elicited Auditory Steady-State Response and Effect of Animation Presentation
SN -
AU - Tanaka K.
AU - Kudo F.
AU - Kuriki S.
AU - Uchikawa Y.
PY - 2013
SP - 0
EP - 0
DO -