The Central Control of Biosonar Signal Production in Bats Demonstrated by Microstimulation of Anterior Cingulate Cortex in the Echolocating Bat, Pteronotus Parnelli Parnelli

@inproceedings{Gooler1988TheCC,
  title={The Central Control of Biosonar Signal Production in Bats Demonstrated by Microstimulation of Anterior Cingulate Cortex in the Echolocating Bat, Pteronotus Parnelli Parnelli},
  author={David M. Gooler and William E. O’Neill},
  year={1988}
}
One of the ultimate goals of sensory neurobiology is to understand how sensory feedback controls subsequent motor behavior. For both auditory and speech scientists, it is of particular interest to know how auditory information influences vocalizations, and conversely how vocalization affects auditory processing. Such questions have an important bearing on both the vocal behavior of the mature organism, and the acquisition of vocal repertoires in the young during development. In many vertebrate… CONTINUE READING