Phase locking to high frequencies in the auditory nerve and cochlear nucleus magnocellularis of the barn owl, Tyto alba.

@article{Kppl1997PhaseLT,
  title={Phase locking to high frequencies in the auditory nerve and cochlear nucleus magnocellularis of the barn owl, Tyto alba.},
  author={Christine K{\"o}ppl},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1997},
  volume={17 9},
  pages={3312-21}
}
The auditory system of the barn owl is an important model for temporal processing on a very fast time scale and for the neural mechanisms and circuitry underlying sound localization. Phase locking has been shown to be the behaviorally relevant temporal code. This study examined the quality and intensity dependence of phase locking in single auditory nerve fibers of the barn owl to define the input to the known brainstem circuit for temporal processing. For direct comparison in the same… CONTINUE READING
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