Chronic intracochlear electrical stimulation in the neonatally deafened cat. II. Temporal properties of neurons in the inferior colliculus.

@article{Snyder1991ChronicIE,
  title={Chronic intracochlear electrical stimulation in the neonatally deafened cat. II. Temporal properties of neurons in the inferior colliculus.},
  author={Russell L. Snyder and Stephen J. Rebscher and Patricia A. Leake and Kara M. Kelly and Kim-Anh L{\^e} Cao},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={1991},
  volume={56 1-2},
  pages={246-64}
}
The major focus of this study was to define the effects of chronic intracochlear electrical stimulation (ICES) on single unit responses in the inferior colliculus from three experimental groups: 1) normal adults 2) neonatally-deafened/unstimulated adults; and 3) neonatally-deafened/chronically stimulated adults. The major findings include: 1) IC neurons in normal adults showed a diversity of perstimulus responses to ICES which were qualitatively similar to those evoked by acoustic stimuli. They… CONTINUE READING

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