Limit of phase-locking (Chen-gia TSAI )

Subject: Limit of phase-locking
From:    Chen-gia TSAI  <gia(at)SNAFU.DE>
Date:    Tue, 4 Mar 2003 15:49:50 +0800

Ragot & Crottaz (1998) reported that the N1 brain electrophysiological response can be influenced by the phase of the harmonics, even when these harmonics are in high frequencies (3900-5400 Hz). Does this finding suggest that temporal information is preserved for frequencies above 4 kHz? I am looking for recent evidences on the limit of phase-locking. Many thanks for any help! Ragot R. & Crottaz S. (1998) A dual mechanism for sound pitch perception: new evidence from brain electrophysiology. NeuroReport, 9, 3123-3127. Chen-Gia Tsai gia(at)

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