Emergence of band-pass filtering through adaptive spiking in the owl's cochlear nucleus.

@article{Fontaine2014EmergenceOB,
  title={Emergence of band-pass filtering through adaptive spiking in the owl's cochlear nucleus.},
  author={Bertrand Fontaine and Katrina M. MacLeod and Susan T Lubejko and Louisa J Steinberg and Christine K{\"o}ppl and Jos{\'e} Louisa Pe{\~n}a},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={112 2},
  pages={430-45}
}
In the visual, auditory, and electrosensory modalities, stimuli are defined by first- and second-order attributes. The fast time-pressure signal of a sound, a first-order attribute, is important, for instance, in sound localization and pitch perception, while its slow amplitude-modulated envelope, a second-order attribute, can be used for sound recognition. Ascending the auditory pathway from ear to midbrain, neurons increasingly show a preference for the envelope and are most sensitive to… CONTINUE READING
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