Nina Kashanian

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BACKGROUND Human magneto/electrophysiology studies suggest that the phantom sound of tinnitus arises from spontaneous oscillatory neural activity in auditory cortex; however, in animal models, behavioral techniques suitable for testing this hypothesis in combination with electrophysiology recordings have yet to be evaluated. While electrophysiological(More)
Previous studies have shown that sodium salicylate (SS) activates not only central auditory structures, but also nonauditory regions associated with emotion and memory. To identify electrophysiological changes in the nonauditory regions, we recorded sound-evoked local field potentials and multiunit discharges from the striatum, amygdala, hippocampus, and(More)
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