Presentation 2003/9/9
Recent Progress in the Studies of Physiological Mechanisms of the Auditory Cortex
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Abstract(in English) This paper aims to review recent progress in the studies of physiological mechanisms of the auditory cortex. Physiological studies on the auditory cortex can be classified into the following categories: (1) how information of sounds is coded in the auditory cortex, (2) what are the roles of the primary and the higher auditory cortices in auditory information processing, (3) physiological bases of auditory scene analysis, (4) plasticity of the auditory cortex and (5) roles of the efferent systems. These studies are reviewed and problems and directions for future studies are discussed.
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Keyword(in English) Auditory cortex / Neural coding / Auditory scene analysis / Plasticity / Efferent system
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Title (in English) Recent Progress in the Studies of Physiological Mechanisms of the Auditory Cortex
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Keyword(1) Auditory cortex
Keyword(2) Neural coding
Keyword(3) Auditory scene analysis
Keyword(4) Plasticity
Keyword(5) Efferent system
1st Author's Name Junsei HORIKAWA
1st Author's Affiliation Department of Knowledge-based Information Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology()
Date 2003/9/9
Paper # TL2003-19
Volume (vol) vol.103
Number (no) 307
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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