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Article: Differential Processing of Consonance and Dissonance within the Human Superior Temporal Gyrus.

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Foo F; King-Stephens D; Weber P; Laxer K; Parvizi J; Knight RT
Front Hum Neurosci, 2016

Duration of increase in γhigh activity for (1) dissonant chords vs. consonant chords and (2) dissonant II chords vs. dissonant I chords for significant STG electrodes denoted in red and marked with a * or # in Figure 2 (Wilcoxon rank-sum with FDR correction of q = 0.05).

Subject Electrode Duration of significant γhigh activity (ms)
Dissonant > Consonant Dissonant II > Dissonant I
Left hemisphere
S1 B 75–225 150–225
Other 75–200 Not significant
S2 B 150–250 Dissonant I > Dissonant II
S3 B 75–250 100–250
Other (L) 50–200 130–200
Right hemisphere
S4 B 50–175 Not significant
Other 50–130 Not significant
S5 B 50–250 Not significant
Other (L) 85–150 Not significant
Other (R) 75–175 Not significant
S6 B 100–350 125–200
S7 B 75–175 75–175
Other 75–225 125–175
S8 B 125–225 150–225
For each subject, electrodes marked ‘B’ in Figures 4 and 5 are listed first, followed by the other electrodes (ordered from L to R for subjects S3 and S5).

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