Evoked responses in humans to tones which are sinusoidally amplitude modulated [Abstract]
AuthorRickards, F. W.; Clark, Graeme M.
Source TitleProceedings of the 10th International Congress on Acoustics
Document TypeConference Item
CitationsRickards, F. W., & Clark, G. M. (1980). Evoked responses in humans to tones which are sinusoidally amplitude modulated [Abstract]. In Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Acoustics, Sydney.
Access StatusOpen Access
Abstract of a paper presented at the 10th International Congress on Acoustics
Evoked responses have been recorded from the scalp of normal human subjects to continuous sinusoidally-modulated Amplitude-modulated tones. The responses were periodic in nature, and a Fourier transform was used to quantify the amplitude and the phase of the constituent fundamental frequency and harmonic components. The fundamental frequency of the response equalled the frequency of the modulation envelope and the amplitude of the harmonic components was usually less than the fundamental. The responses were also found to be invariant with time for periods exceeding 30 minutes.
Keywordshuman response to amplitude-modulated tones
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