How does the brain detect the appearance of new sound in a noisy environment?

Last updated 22nd Jan 2020
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Postdoctoral research associate, University of Newcastle upon Tyne


Dynamics underlying the detection of the auditory object boundary

Our brain needs to perceive the world around us by hearing and recreating it in our mind. So our brain must have a way of identifying any new sound as it appears and representing it as a distinct o...