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Vasiliki Salvari
University of Münster
Stimulus (physiology)NeuroscienceSupramarginal gyrusTinnitusPosterior cingulateGyrusAuditory cortexNatural soundsPopulationAudiology
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INTRODUCTION: The determination of the tinnitus pitch-match (PM) frequency is not straightforward but an important audiological assessment recommended for clinical and research purposes. We evaluated repetitive recursive matching using an iPod-based matching procedure as a method to estimate a patient's PM frequency without audiometric equipment. METHODS: One hundred and seventeen patients with chronic tonal tinnitus (uni- and bilateral tinnitus) measured their tinnitus in 10 sessions using a se...
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Previous neuroimaging studies have shown that sounds can be discriminated due to living-related or man-made-related characteristics and involve different brain regions. However, these studies have mainly provided source space analyses, which offer simple maps of activated brain regions but do not explain how regions of a distributed system are functionally organized under a specific task. In the present study, we aimed to further examine the functional connectivity of the auditory processing pat...
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#1Andreas Wollbrink (WWU: University of Münster)H-Index: 15
#2Christian Dobel (FSU: University of Jena)H-Index: 4
Last. Christo Pantev (WWU: University of Münster)H-Index: 62
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Abstract Chronic tinnitus, a symptom of high prevalence, is a persistent hearing sensation in the absence of an external sound source. Recent electrophysiological studies indicate that tinnitus generation is to a high degree the result of maladaptive plasticity in the central auditory pathway. The pitch of the tinnitus sensation can be assessed by performing a pitch matching procedure. In the most frequent “tonal tinnitus” type pure tones are used as test stimuli. However, in the case of tonal t...
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