Basic Mechanisms in Hearing

Basic Mechanisms in Hearing

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Basic Mechanisms in Hearing is a collection of papers that discusses the function of the auditory system covering its ultrastructure, physiology, and the mechanism's connection with experimental psychology. Papers review the mechanics, morphology, and physiology of the cochlear, including the physiology of individual hair cells and their synapses. One paper examines the combined physiological and anatomical studies of stimulus coding in the mammalian auditory nervous system. The results of these studies pertain to the latency, frequency selectivity, and time pattern of responses to short tone bursts. Other research compare the cochlear nerve, behavioral, and psychophysical frequency selectivity which show that frequency selectivity of the auditory system occurs at the level of the cochlear nerve, becoming downgraded in end-organ deafness. Other papers discuss neural coding at higher levels such as the feature extraction in the auditory system of bats. Some papers also analyze the specialized hearing mechanisms in animals, for example, the echolocation of bats and in some insects, the function of the swimbladder in fish hearing, as well as the qinvertebrate frequency analyzerq in the locust ear. Physiologists, neurophysiologists, neurobiologists, general medical practioners, and EENT specialists will find this collection valuable.A wiring diagram, such as Fig. 1, shows only that connections are known to exist For certain regions. ... acoustic stria (IAS) to the dorsomedial periolivary nucleus ( DMPO) and the dorsolateral periolivary nucleus (DLPO) (Warr, 1969).


Title:Basic Mechanisms in Hearing
Author: Aage Moller
Publisher:Elsevier - 2012-12-02
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