Sex differences in rapid auditory processing deficits in microgyric rats.

  title={Sex differences in rapid auditory processing deficits in microgyric rats.},
  author={Ann M. Peiffer and Glenn D. Rosen and Roslyn Holly Fitch},
  journal={Brain research. Developmental brain research},
  volume={148 1},
Early neocortical injury has been associated with rate-specific auditory processing deficits using rodent models. In the few cases where females were studied, they appeared less vulnerable than males to the behavioral consequences of early neocortical injury. In the current study, male rats with neocortical microgyria were found to exhibit significant impairments in detecting tone sequences at short but not long inter-stimulus intervals (ISI) as compared to sham-operated male littermates… CONTINUE READING
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