Biological Sonar and the World of Bats
The study of echolocating bats represents a major triumph in attempts to elucidate the neural basis of behavior. An elegant and comprehensive picture has emerged. It encompasses the entire auditory system from cochlea to cortex, and shows many of the mechanisms that allow these animals to form percepts of the external world through their sense of hearing.
KeywordsAuditory System Inferior Colliculus Constant Frequency Echolocation Call Central Auditory Pathway
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