Sensitivity of auditory nerve fibers to spectral notches.

@article{Poon1993SensitivityOA,
  title={Sensitivity of auditory nerve fibers to spectral notches.},
  author={Paul Wai-Fung Poon and John F. Brugge},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={70 2},
  pages={
          655-66
        }
}
1. Listeners use direction-dependent spectral cues introduced by the torso, head, and pinnae to localize the source of a sound in space. Among the prominent direction-dependent spectral features in the free field-to-eardrum transfer function are narrow regions of low acoustic energy referred to as spectral notches. In this paper, we studied the sensitivity of single auditory nerve fibers in the barbiturate-anesthetized cat to broadband noise that had been filtered by a function whose shape… CONTINUE READING
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