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Early attentional modulation of the neural network evoked with the auditory paired-click paradigm: An MEG study


Josef Golubic, Sanja; Susac, Ana; Ralph Huonker, Jens Haueisen, Selma Supek
Early attentional modulation of the neural network evoked with the auditory paired-click paradigm: An MEG study // ICTTP 2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences
Krf, Grčka: Elsevier, 2014. str. 195-196 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Early attentional modulation of the neural network evoked with the auditory paired-click paradigm: An MEG study

Autori
Josef Golubic, Sanja ; Susac, Ana ; Ralph Huonker, Jens Haueisen, Selma Supek

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
ICTTP 2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences / - : Elsevier, 2014, 195-196

Skup
International conference on Timing and Time Perception - ICTTP 2014

Mjesto i datum
Krf, Grčka, 31.03. - 03.04.2014

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
magnetoencephalography (MEG); auditory cortical network; non-linear spatio-temporal source localization; auditory paired-click paradigm; attention

Sažetak
Although numerous research studies have explored the functional attributes of the human time duration perception, the spatio-temporal information on cortical network underlying this process is still an open question. Moreover, the issue of possible differences in the nature of timing mechanisms responsible for perception of sub and supra-second intervals requires the implementation of the functional brain imaging techniques with both high spatial and temporal resolution . Attention is very frequently used as a modulating factor for the perceived duration of a sensory stimulus. The non-attended stimuli appear to last shorter than the attended ones, increasing the perceived duration of a concurrent stimulus (Gorea, 2011). This study challenges the accepted model of early sensory responses, activated during the first 100 ms after stimulus presentation, as preattentive, automatic processes which modulate the neural sensitivity to incoming stimuli (gating phenomena). We utilized Elekta Neuromag 306-channel whole-head system for MEG measurements and multi-dipole Calibrated Start Spatio Temporal (CSST) localization technique (Ranken et al., 2002) to investigate whether a voluntary attention directed at the second tone of a pair in the standard paired-click paradigm could affect cortical networks underlying the gating out phenomenon. MEG recordings were obtained in a magnetically shielded room at the Biomagnetic Center in Jena, Germany. Two consecutive (ISI=500 ms) identical short tonnes (S1 and S2 ; duration=20ms ; f=1200Hz ; ITI=8±1s) were used to evoke standard gating cortical responses in 19 healthy young subjects (21-38 years). In the second condition, the task was to direct attention toward the second tone and to respond to a rarely presented non-identical second tone of the pair (R=1300Hz, p(S1R) = 0.3). MEG recordings showed transient early and middle latency responses with peak amplitudes over the temporo-parietal sensors followed by a peak of a sustained activity. Less prominent transient activity was recorded over the frontal sensors, accompanied with a more steady-state component from 100 ms until 400 ms post-stimulus for both conditions. Preliminary results of the CSST spatio-temporal analyses revealed 4-6 brain regions activated during 20-500 ms time interval including bilateral superior temporal gyrus (STG), bilateral and medial prefrontal (PF), bilateral parietal (PA) regions and central motor cortex area. A cortical source underlying the steady-state component was identified in the left prefrontal region for S1 tone, and in central posterior regions (PA) for the repeated tone S2. During the standard paradigm the M50 gating suppression was observed only for bilateral STG sources while bilateral PF and PA sources did not show any reduction in the response during the first 100 ms post-stimulus. Targeting the attention towards the second tone enhanced the M50 amplitude of the bilateral STG responses in respect to the repeated stimulus S2 and caused a change in the activated network evident by the emergence of a new generator in the medial PF area (orbitofrontal) instead of dorsolateral PF generators evoked in non-attented condition. Present results demonstrate that voluntary attention can exert a topological and functional modulatory influence on the neural network even during early stages of auditory processing.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Fizika



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
119-1081870-1252 - Kognitivna neurodinamika (Supek, Selma, MZOS ) ( POIROT)

Ustanove:
Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Selma Supek (autor)

Avatar Url Sanja Josef Golubić (autor)

Avatar Url Ana Sušac (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Josef Golubic, Sanja; Susac, Ana; Ralph Huonker, Jens Haueisen, Selma Supek
Early attentional modulation of the neural network evoked with the auditory paired-click paradigm: An MEG study // ICTTP 2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences
Krf, Grčka: Elsevier, 2014. str. 195-196 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Josef Golubic, S., Susac, A. & Ralph Huonker, Jens Haueisen, Selma Supek (2014) Early attentional modulation of the neural network evoked with the auditory paired-click paradigm: An MEG study. U: ICTTP 2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences.
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@article{article, year = {2014}, pages = {195-196}, keywords = {magnetoencephalography (MEG), auditory cortical network, non-linear spatio-temporal source localization, auditory paired-click paradigm, attention}, title = {Early attentional modulation of the neural network evoked with the auditory paired-click paradigm: An MEG study}, keyword = {magnetoencephalography (MEG), auditory cortical network, non-linear spatio-temporal source localization, auditory paired-click paradigm, attention}, publisher = {Elsevier}, publisherplace = {Krf, Gr\v{c}ka} }




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