Virtual vocalization stimuli for investigating neural representations of species-specific vocalizations.

@article{DiMattina2006VirtualVS,
  title={Virtual vocalization stimuli for investigating neural representations of species-specific vocalizations.},
  author={Christopher DiMattina and Xiaoqin Wang},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={95 2},
  pages={1244-62}
}
Most studies investigating neural representations of species-specific vocalizations in non-human primates and other species have involved studying neural responses to vocalization tokens. One limitation of such approaches is the difficulty in determining which acoustical features of vocalizations evoke neural responses. Traditionally used filtering techniques are often inadequate in manipulating features of complex vocalizations. Furthermore, the use of vocalization tokens cannot fully account… CONTINUE READING

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