Auditory cortex neurons sensitive to correlates of auditory motion: underlying mechanisms

@article{Toronchuk1992AuditoryCN,
  title={Auditory cortex neurons sensitive to correlates of auditory motion: underlying mechanisms},
  author={J. M. Toronchuk and Erika Stumpf and Max S. Cynader},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={88},
  pages={169-180}
}
Neuronal response properties such as phasic vs. tonic, onset vs. offset, monotonicity vs. non-monotonicity, and E/E vs. E/I, can be shown to act synergistically suggesting underlying mechanisms for selectivity to binaural intensity correlates of auditory sound source motion. Both identical (diotic), and oppositely directed dichotic AM ramps were used as stimuli in the lightly anesthetized cat, simulating motion in four canonical directions in 3-dimensional space. Motion in either azimuthal… CONTINUE READING

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