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figureposted on 2021-09-17, 17:36 authored by Nathaniel J. Zuk, Jeremy W. Murphy, Richard B. Reilly, Edmund C. Lalor
(A) Envelope power spectra for each stimulus type prior to normalizing by the EEG power spectrum, as in Fig 1B. Lines indicate the median across stimuli of each type, and shaded regions indicate 95% quantiles of the distribution of 1000 bootstrapped median values. (B) Variance in the spectrum across trials. Because the speech trials all come from a single audiobook with one talker, they are more spectrally-similar to each other than the music stimuli.
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