Interaural level difference processing in the lateral superior olive and the inferior colliculus.

@article{Park2004InterauralLD,
  title={Interaural level difference processing in the lateral superior olive and the inferior colliculus.},
  author={Thomas J Park and Achim Klug and Michael Holinstat and Benedikt Grothe},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={92 1},
  pages={289-301}
}
Interaural level differences (ILDs) provide salient cues for localizing high-frequency sounds in space, and populations of neurons that are sensitive to ILDs are found at almost every synaptic level from brain stem to cortex. These cells are predominantly excited by stimulation of one ear and predominantly inhibited by stimulation of the other ear, such that the magnitude of their response is determined in large part by the intensities at the 2 ears. However, in many cases ILD sensitivity is… CONTINUE READING

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