Acoustic transmission in the dentate nucleus. I. Patterns of activity to click and hiss; II. Changes in activity and excitability after conditioning.

Abstract

Recordings were made from 95 units of the dentate nucleus of naive cats to determine if patterns of response to 70 dB clicks could be distinguished from those to another acoustic stimulus (a hiss) of approximately equal sound pressure level. Further studies of an additional 309 units were conducted to determine if unit excitability and the response to… (More)

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