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A review of hyperacusis and future directions: part I. Definitions and manifestations.
PURPOSE Hyperacusis can be extremely debilitating, and at present, there is no cure. We provide an overview of the field, and possible related areas, in the hope of facilitating future research. Expand
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Measurement of cerebral blood volume in mouse brain regions using micro-computed tomography
Micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) is an X-ray imaging technique that can produce detailed 3D images of cerebral vasculature. This paper describes the development of a novel method for usingExpand
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Increasing Spectrotemporal Sound Density Reveals an Octave-Based Organization in Cat Primary Auditory Cortex
Auditory neurons are likely adapted to process complex stimuli, such as vocalizations, which contain spectrotemporal modulations. However, basic properties of auditory neurons are often derived fromExpand
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On the Etiology of Listening Difficulties in Noise Despite Clinically Normal Audiograms
Many people with difficulties following conversations in noisy settings have “clinically normal” audiograms, that is, tone thresholds better than 20 dB HL from 0.1 to 8 kHz. This review summarizesExpand
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Why do curlews Numenius have decurved bills
The functions of the long, decurved bill of the Common Curlew are compared with those of the straight bill of the Bar-tailed Godwit. Comparison is also made with the dimensions of other species ofExpand
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Long-term, partially-reversible reorganization of frequency tuning in mature cat primary auditory cortex can be induced by passive exposure to moderate-level sounds
We recently reported that passive exposure for at least 4 months of adult cats to a two-octave-wide tone pip ensemble at 80 dB SPL, decreased the responsiveness of primary auditory cortex (AI) toExpand
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Dynamics of real time DPOAE contralateral suppression in chinchillas and humans Dinámica de la supresión contralateral de las DPOAE en tiempo real en chinchillas y humanos
The dynamics of contralateral acoustic suppression were studied using real time (millisecond resolution) distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) in chinchillas and humans. Latency of DPOAEExpand
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Sound frequency representation in primary auditory cortex is level tolerant for moderately loud, complex sounds.
The distribution of neuronal characteristic frequencies over the area of primary auditory cortex (AI) roughly reflects the tonotopic organization of the cochlea. However, because the area of AIExpand
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Tone frequency maps and receptive fields in the developing chinchilla auditory cortex.
Single-unit responses to tone pip stimuli were isolated from numerous microelectrode penetrations of auditory cortex (under ketamine anesthesia) in the developing chinchilla (laniger), a precociousExpand
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Comparison of LFP-Based and Spike-Based Spectro-Temporal Receptive Fields and Cross-Correlation in Cat Primary Auditory Cortex
Multi-electrode array recordings of spike and local field potential (LFP) activity were made from primary auditory cortex of 12 normal hearing, ketamine-anesthetized cats. We evaluated 259Expand
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