Melodic predictability enhances excitability in primary auditory cortex in response to mistuned deviant tones

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When listening to melodies, mistuned deviant tones are more easily detected and elicit larger neural responses in highly predictable than less predictable contexts. This effect has been interpreted as reflecting the differential salience of surprising tones depending on the predictive uncertainty established by the context. Here, we employed dynamic causal modeling of MEG data to investigate the e...

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