The effects of sound overexposure on the spectral response patterns of nucleus magnocellularis in the neonatal chick

@article{Cohen1993TheEO,
  title={The effects of sound overexposure on the spectral response patterns of nucleus magnocellularis in the neonatal chick},
  author={Yale E. Cohen and James C. Saunders},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1993},
  volume={95},
  pages={202-212}
}
Spectral response plots from single cells in the chick nucleus magnocellularis were obtained following a 48 h exposure to a 0.9 kHz pure tone at 120 dB sound pressure level and after a recovery period of 12 days. Immediately after removal from the exposure, a variety of changes in the spectral response patterns of nucleus magnocellularis cells were noted. In particular, at recovery day 0, there was a significant decrease in spontaneous rate; a substantial loss of threshold sensitivity and… CONTINUE READING

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