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The Functional Architecture of the Medial Geniculate Body and the Primary Auditory Cortex

  • Jeffery A. Winer
Part of the Springer Handbook of Auditory Research book series (SHAR, volume 1)

Abstract

A signal achievement in contemporary neurobiology is the ability to trace the successive synaptic links along which neural signals travel, from receptor to cerebral cortex. This knowledge has been instrumental to understanding the nature and degree of signal transformation at various central targets, and it is a prerequisite to formulating any theory of hierarchical signal processing and transformation. This strategy of analyzing the serial signal transformations at successive synaptic stations has yielded new insights into the organization of central visual (Kuffler 1953; Hubel and Wiesel 1962) and somatic sensory pathways (Mountcastle and Henneman 1949; Mountcastle 1957). An amalgam of physiological, anatomical, pharmacological, and behavioral approaches have identified multiple sensory channels that ascend in parallel from the periphery towards higher integrative stations, then provide important descending influences to further modulate the subcortical output (Diamond 1983).

Keywords

Auditory Cortex Inferior Colliculus Primary Auditory Cortex Medial Geniculate Body Medial Division 
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