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Circadian variations in auditory perception and aging.

Payam Ezzatian

Circadian variations in auditory perception and aging.

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Temperature was not correlated to performance on any task, except for the absolute identification paradigm, where participants who had higher average temperatures immediately prior to the start of the task had better overall performances.The influence of time-of-day on measures of auditory processing was assessed for a group of "evening-type" younger adults, a group of "morning-type" older adults and a group of "morning-type" younger adults during 3 experimental sessions each lasting approximately 1.5 hours between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on the same day. The auditory measures included auditory gap-detection experiments to assess peripheral and central auditory processing, an "absolute identification" paradigm measuring channel capacity intended to assess higher auditory functioning, and a task measuring auditory memory for dialogues presented against a background of babble. Temperature was measured at the beginning of each experimental session and prior to the beginning of each experimental task to obtain the time-of-day dependent change in average temperature for each group, and to assess the correlation between performance and body temperature.There was a clear change in temperature across sessions in all groups, with temperatures rising across sessions. However the change in temperature did not occur differently between the "evening-type" and "morning-type" groups.There were no significant time-of-day effects, and no significant interactions of Session and Group on the between-channel gap-detection paradigm, the absolute identification paradigm, and auditory memory.There was a significant effect of time-of-day on within-channel gap-detection thresholds, with the lowest thresholds obtained in the morning session for all participants. However this effect is unlikely due to an influence of circadian rhythms on auditory processing and was likely caused by other factors not accounted for by the current experiment. It was concluded based on the current results that there is no evidence to support an impact of circadian rhythms on auditory perception and aging.

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book sense of how quickly or slowly time seems to be passing. Other higher order abstractions cover a more general understanding of the passage of Cited by: Matlab code for the ongoing research project Testing aging deficits in auditory object perception at the Sound and Speech Perception Research Group at TTK, Budapest (Winkler lab).

Project PI: Brigitta Tóth. SFG stands for Stochastic Figure-Ground, a stimulus type used in auditory research that. Circadian rhythms have been related to time-of-day variations in sensory measures; however, more is known about the effect of circadian rhythms on vision than on hearing, and virtually nothing is known about whether time-of-day effects are potential confounds in studies of auditory aging.

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