Differentiation by dogs with ablated auditory cortex of signals modeling movement of a sound source

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1. Unilateral removal of the auditory areas of the cerebral cortex partially impairs the ability of dogs to differentiate the direction of movement of an auditory image and to distinguish it from a “stationary” image if the displacement and movement of the auditory image occur due to the introduction of interaural differences in stimulation time. The most… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01191451

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@article{Baru1986DifferentiationBD, title={Differentiation by dogs with ablated auditory cortex of signals modeling movement of a sound source}, author={Akademia Baru and I. V. Kalmykova and G. N. Shmigidina}, journal={Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology}, year={1986}, volume={16}, pages={476-481} }