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Cortical Cholinergic Input Is Required for Normal Auditory Perception and Experience-Dependent Plasticity in Adult Ferrets
The nucleus basalis (NB) in the basal forebrain provides most of the cholinergic input to the neocortex and has been implicated in a variety of cognitive functions related to the processing ofExpand
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FAIR v1.3: a simple emissions-based impulse response and carbon cycle model
Abstract. Simple climate models can be valuable if they are able to replicate aspects of complex fully coupled earth system models. Larger ensembles can be produced, enabling a probabilistic view ofExpand
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Neural circuits underlying adaptation and learning in the perception of auditory space
Sound localization mechanisms are particularly plastic during development, when the monaural and binaural acoustic cues that form the basis for spatial hearing change in value as the body grows.Expand
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The cholinergic basal forebrain in the ferret and its inputs to the auditory cortex
Cholinergic inputs to the auditory cortex can modulate sensory processing and regulate stimulus‐specific plasticity according to the behavioural state of the subject. In order to understand howExpand
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Framing Climate Goals in Terms of Cumulative CO2‐Forcing‐Equivalent Emissions
The relationship between cumulative CO2 emissions and CO2-induced warming is determined by the Transient Climate Response to Emissions (TCRE), but total anthropogenic warming also depends on non-CO2Expand
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FAIR v1.1: A simple emissions-based impulse response and carbon cycle model
Simple climate models can be valuable if they are able to replicate aspects of complex fully coupled earth system models. Larger ensembles can be produced, enabling a probabilistic view of futureExpand
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Sound Localization and Its Recalibration in Ferrets Lesions of the Auditory Cortex Impair Azimuthal
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