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Mismatch and processing negativities in auditory stimulus processing and selection

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 May 2011

Risto Näätänen
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Department of Psychology, University of Helsinki, Ritarikatu 5, SF-00170, Helsinki, Finland, Electronic mail: reinikainen@cc.helsinki.fi

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