Acoustic and Electrical Encoding of Temporal Information

@inproceedings{Javel1990AcousticAE,
  title={Acoustic and Electrical Encoding of Temporal Information},
  author={Eric Javel},
  year={1990}
}
A well-known, well-studied phenomenon in auditory pshysiology is phase locking, which refers to synchroniziation of neuronal discharges to stimulus waveform cycles for frequencies < kHz. Since its discovery in cat by Galambos and Davis (1943), synchronization has been studied in considerable detail in several animal species. Although strikingly close correspondences exist between phase-locked activity patterns in peripheral auditory nuclei of animals and perceptual performance of human… CONTINUE READING

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