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Audiol Neurotol (1996) 1 (3): 161–174.
Published Online: 12 November 2009
... correlate has been futile so far, probably because the search was confined to more peripheral levels of the auditory system (inferior colliculus). A neuromagnetic study was performed in normal-hearing subjects in order to look for a neurophysiological correlate of the ZT in the auditory cortex...
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Audiol Neurotol (2003) 8 (6): 322–337.
Published Online: 24 October 2003
.... This suggests that the enhanced sensitivity of the N100m amplitude to broad-band complex tones is to some extent a function of the auditory periphery. Spectral bandwidth Auditory evoked field Auditory cortex N100m Auditory nerve Neural activity pattern Auditory image Hemispheric dominance Timbre...
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Audiol Neurotol (2003) 8 (4): 222–233.
Published Online: 19 June 2003
...Bernd Lütkenhöner In several previous studies, the deflection N100m of the auditory evoked field (AEF), occurring about 100 ms after the onset of a sound, has been used to investigate whether complex tones are represented in the auditory cortex by their spectrum or their periodicity pitch. However...
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Audiol Neurotol (2002) 7 (5): 251–276.
Published Online: 11 September 2002
.... exploring functional specialization within the primary and secondary auditory cortex. Nevertheless, PET has considerable potential as a tool in basic research on, and clinical assessment of, many auditory phenomena. Although functional magnetic resonance imaging can now be used for many studies for which...
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Audiol Neurotol (2002) 7 (3): 191–194.
Published Online: 03 June 2002
... layers of the primary auditory cortex, spatial, temporal and spatiotemporal variations in intracortical stimulation all lead to perceptual differences as evidenced by discrimination training. For some stimulus regimes discrimination learning was as fast as with intracochlear stimulation in this animal...
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Audiol Neurotol (2002) 7 (2): 71–99.
Published Online: 26 April 2002
...-peak onset response in aggregate recordings from the auditory cortex does not indicate a cortical correlate of the perception of voicelessness. This suggests that temporal aspects of single-unit population activity are likely not inclusive enough for representation of categorical perception boundaries...
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Audiol Neurotol (2002) 6 (6): 363–380.
Published Online: 15 February 2002
... to in the content or advertisements. Evoked potentials Auditory cortex Maturation Cochlear implant Deafness Spoken-language processing is a high-level cortical function with a development that is influenced by many factors. Studies of nonhuman species have shown that the development of cortical...
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Audiol Neurotol (2001) 6 (4): 173–177.
Published Online: 08 November 2001
...John F. Brugge; Richard A. Reale; Rick L. Jenison; Jan Schnupp Neurons in the primary auditory cortex (AI) of anesthetized cats were studied for their sensitivity to directions of transient sounds in virtual acoustic space under a variety of conditions. An effective transient sound evokes a single...
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Audiol Neurotol (2001) 6 (4): 167–172.
Published Online: 08 November 2001
... as alerting cues [Greenberg, 1996]. Neurons of the auditory system, including auditory cortex, respond preferentially to acoustic transients, such as sound onsets. Still, the representation in the auditory system of the details of temporal envelopes, particularly at onset but also during later segments...
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Audiol Neurotol (2001) 6 (4): 182–186.
Published Online: 08 November 2001
... primary auditory cortex to virtual sound sources mimicking the animal’s own ears or those of other ferrets. For most neurons, the structure of the spatial response fields changed significantly when acoustic cues measured from another animal were presented. This is consistent with the finding that humans...
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Audiol Neurotol (2001) 6 (4): 192–195.
Published Online: 08 November 2001
... advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Auditory cortex Plasticity Frequency tuning...
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Audiol Neurotol (2000) 5 (3-4): 167–185.
Published Online: 19 May 2000
..., quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Evoked potentials Auditory cortex Maturation Cochlear implant Deafness...