Responses of auditory-nerve fibers to consonant-vowel syllables.


The discharge patterns elicited by a set of synthesized consonant-vowel (CV) syllables were studied in the auditory nerve of the cat. The syllables, heard as /ba/, /da/, or /ga/, included a 25-, 50-, or 75-ms formant transition followed by a segment of steady-state vowel. The data were analyzed in terms of average discharge rate and in terms of the… (More)



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