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Differences in 5 Hz sAM detection thresholds are not attributable to measures of training or attention.

By Merri J. Rosen (314057), Emma C. Sarro (314058), Jack B. Kelly (314059) and Dan H. Sanes (53278)

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<p>(A) Higher sAM detection thresholds in CHLs were not due to better training, as CHLs reached slightly better compentence during training than CTRs, and criterion performance for detection of a fully-modulated sAM did not correlate with sAM detection thresholds for either group. (B) Proficiency with the task during initial testing, measured by d′ levels for fully-modulated sAM, did not explain differences in sAM detection threshold. (C) False alarm rates, a measure of attention, were not different across groups. (D) The number of trials per session, a measure of motivation, also did not explain differences in sAM detection threshold. <i>Black</i>  =  CTR; <i>Orange</i>  =  CHL.</p

Topics: Medicine, Neuroscience, hz, sam, detection, thresholds, attributable, measures
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0041514.g003
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/272658
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