Pre-conference workshop: Methodological aspects of MMN research
Tuesday, Sep 8, 2015
SKH 133

MMN paradigms

János Horváth

Research Centre for Natural Sciences, HAS, Budapest, Hungary

Mismatch negativity (MMN) has been the focus of numerous studies, and it has also been utilized as a tool to answer questions in a wide variety of topics including auditory memory, stream segregation, speech perception, perceptual development, and so forth. This tutorial gives a detailed overview of the various paradigms used to elicit and investigate MMN, with special attention on the motivations and rationale behind the designs.