Circuits for processing dynamic interaural intensity disparities in the inferior colliculus.

@article{Pollak2012CircuitsFP,
  title={Circuits for processing dynamic interaural intensity disparities in the inferior colliculus.},
  author={George D. Pollak},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2012},
  volume={288 1-2},
  pages={47-57}
}
Interaural intensity disparities (IIDs), the cues all animals use to localize high frequency sounds, are initially processed in the lateral superior olive (LSO) by a subtractive process where inputs from one ear excite and inputs from the other ear inhibit LSO neurons. Such cells are called excitatory-inhibitory (EI) neurons and are prominent not only in the LSO but also in higher nuclei, which include the dorsal nucleus of the lateral lemniscus (DNLL) and inferior colliculus (IC). The IC is of… CONTINUE READING
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