Sensitivity to interaural intensity differences of neurons in primary auditory cortex of the cat. I. types of sensitivity and effects of variations in sound pressure level.

@article{Irvine1996SensitivityTI,
  title={Sensitivity to interaural intensity differences of neurons in primary auditory cortex of the cat. I. types of sensitivity and effects of variations in sound pressure level.},
  author={Dexter R F Irvine and Rajeshkannan Rajan and Lindsay M. Aitkin},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={
          75-96
        }
}
1. Interaural intensity differences (IIDs) provide the major cue to the azimuthal location of high-frequency narrowband sounds. In recent studies of the azimuthal sensitivity of high-frequency neurons in the primary auditory cortex (field AI) of the cat, a number of different types of azimuthal sensitivity have been described and the azimuthal sensitivity of many neurons was found to vary as a function of changes in stimulus intensity. The extent to which the shape and the intensity dependence… CONTINUE READING

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