Maps of interaural time difference in the chicken’s brainstem nucleus laminaris

  title={Maps of interaural time difference in the chicken’s brainstem nucleus laminaris},
  author={Christine K{\"o}ppl and Catherine Emily Carr},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
Animals, including humans, use interaural time differences (ITDs) that arise from different sound path lengths to the two ears as a cue of horizontal sound source location. The nature of the neural code for ITD is still controversial. Current models differentiate between two population codes: either a map-like rate-place code of ITD along an array of neurons, consistent with a large body of data in the barn owl, or a population rate code, consistent with data from small mammals. Recently, it… CONTINUE READING
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