Processing Rate Representation of Complex Stimuli in the Anteroventral Cochlear Nucleus
The following is a brief synopsis of the paper presented at the Models of the Electrically Stimulated Cochlea International Symposium, Kresge Hearing Research Institute. October 3–5, 1988. Expanded discussion of the issues presented and details of the relevant experimental results can be found in a number of recent publications (Sachs, Blackburn, and Young, 1988; Sachs and Young, 1979).
KeywordsAuditory Nerve Cochlear Nucleus Auditory Nerve Fiber Good Frequency Ventral Cochlear Nucleus
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