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A task in which stimuli are presented in a continuous stream and participants must detect the presence of an oddball stimulus. The oddball is a stimulus that occurs infrequently relative to all other stimuli, and has distinct characteristics. For this particular implementation, the trains of stimuli are electrical pulses that between high and low intensity after a variable number of repetitions. For full details see:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811915010526

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Anterior insula coordinates hierarchical processing of tactile mismatch responses.
Allen M, Fardo F, Dietz MJ, Hillebrandt H, Friston K, Rees G, Roepstorff A
NeuroImage (Neuroimage)
2015 Nov 14