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Neural Mechanism Theories: Dissecting Mismatch Negativity and Stimulus-Specific Adaptation for a Deeper Understanding of Auditory Processing
The ability to automatically detect signal changes is essential to the survival for any organism. For example, an animal living in the forest can distinguish a relatively constant sound background, such as leaves blowing in the wind, from a sudden novel sound, such as a cracking...
Analysis of Research Trends on Older Adults with Hearing Loss in Korea: Using the ICF Core Set
Purpose: This study aimed to analyze trends of research on older adults with hearing loss, based on the framework of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) core set for hearing loss in Korea, and to present implications for the direction and...
Effect of Pink Noise on Sleep Quality of College Students
Purpose: Sleep is very important to modern people. Recently, various noises that help with sleep have been introduced. The present study attempted to analyze a positive effect of pink noise and sleep quality on college students with high stress regarding career and future employ...
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