Responses of inferior colliculus neurons to double harmonic tones.

@article{Sinex2007ResponsesOI,
  title={Responses of inferior colliculus neurons to double harmonic tones.},
  author={Donal G Sinex and Hongzhe Li},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={98 6},
  pages={3171-84}
}
The auditory system can segregate sounds that overlap in time and frequency, if the sounds differ in acoustic properties such as fundamental frequency (f0). However, the neural mechanisms that underlie this ability are poorly understood. Responses of neurons in the inferior colliculus (IC) of the anesthetized chinchilla were measured. The stimuli were harmonic tones, presented alone (single harmonic tones) and in the presence of a second harmonic tone with a different f0 (double harmonic tones… CONTINUE READING
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