A new paper from Cacciaglia and colleagues is accepted by Neuropsychologia

The paper entitled Involvement of the Human midbrain and thalamus in auditory deviance detection, by Cacciaglia, Escera, Slabu, Grimm, Sanjuán, Ventura-Campos, and Ávila, has been accepted for publication in Neuropsychologia. A long tradicion of electrophysiological research in humans, by using the so-called mismatch negativity (MMN) evoked potential, has attributed to the auditory cortex the ability […]

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