Top-down and bottom-up neurodynamic evidence in patients with tinnitus

Volume: 342, Pages: 86 - 100
Published: Dec 1, 2016
Abstract
Although a peripheral auditory (bottom-up) deficit is an essential prerequisite for the generation of tinnitus, central cognitive (top-down) impairment has also been shown to be an inherent neuropathological mechanism. Using an auditory oddball paradigm (for top-down analyses) and a passive listening paradigm (for bottom-up analyses) while recording electroencephalograms (EEGs), we investigated whether top-down or bottom-up components were more...
Paper Details
Title
Top-down and bottom-up neurodynamic evidence in patients with tinnitus
Published Date
Dec 1, 2016
Volume
342
Pages
86 - 100
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