Andreas Eiermann

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In the short-tailed fruit bat (Carollia perspicillata), the auditory cortex was localized autoradiographically and studied electrophysiologically in detail by using metal microelectrodes and 10-ms tone stimuli. Because, in the weakly-anaesthetized preparation, neuronal responses to pure-tones were even found throughout the non-primary auditory cortex,(More)
Based on neuroanatomical findings it was hypothesized that an area in the bat frontal cortex is part of a sensorimotor feedback loop and probably important to goal-directed behaviors guided by auditory information. The present report describes the basic stimulus preferences and response properties of neurons from this area in the short-tailed fruit bat(More)
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