Frequency and intensity oddball and deviant-alone control paradigms in urethane-anesthetized mice

Published: 9 March 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ndwhy5drm5.1
Jamie O'Reilly


This repository contains 14 .csv data files. Each contains auditory evoked potential data from 14 animal subjects (C57BL/6J mice) sampled at 1 kHz, from -100ms to 1000 ms about each stimulus, with pre-stimulus baseline correction and filtered between 0.1 and 30 Hz. The auditory sequences that elicited these AEPs were frequency and intensity oddball and deviant-alone paradigms. In a novel step, double-epochs, encompassing two successive stimuli (i.e. standard-standard or oddball-standard) were taken to compute mismatch response (MMR) difference waveforms. The oddball paradigms consisted of 800 standards, 100 upper-deviant oddballs, and 100 lower-deviant oddballs, presented in pseudorandom order. In the deviant-alone paradigms, there were no standards, but otherwise the sequences were identical. The file naming convention is as follows: First letter: 'f_' <- frequency 'i_' <- intensity Second and third letters: 'od_' <- oddball paradigm 'da_' <- deviant-alone paradigm The rest: 'std' <- standard 'updev' <- upper-deviant 'lodev' <- lower-deviant 'upmmn' <- upper-deviant minus standard 'lommn' <- lower-deviant minus standard



University of Strathclyde


Neurophysiology, Auditory System