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TitleCentral Auditory Processing and Neural Modeling [electronic resource] / edited by Paul W. F. Poon, John F. Brugge
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1998
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-5351-9
Descript X, 282 p. online resource

SUMMARY

The full power of combining experiment and theory has yet to be unleashed on studies of the neural mechanisms in the brain involved in acoustic information processing. In recent years, enormous amounts of physiological data have been generated in many laboratories around the world, characterizing electrical responses of neurons to a wide array of acoustic stimuli at all levels of the auditory neuroaxis. Modern approaches of cellular and molecular biology are leading to new understandings of synaptic transmission of acoustic information, while application of modern neuro-anatomical methods is giving us a fairly comprehensive view ofthe bewildering complexity of neural circuitry within and between the major nuclei of the central auditory pathways. Although there is still the need to gather more data at all levels of organization, a maยญ jor challenge in auditory neuroscience is to develop new frameworks within which existing and future data can be incorporated and unified, and which will guide future laboratory exยญ perimentation. Here the field can benefit greatly from neural modeling, which in the central auditory system is still in its infancy. Indeed, such an approach is essential if we are to address questions related to perception of complex sounds including human speech, to the many diยญ mensions of spatial hearing, and to the mechanisms that underlie complex acoustico-motor behaviors


CONTENT

Processing of Vocalization Signals in Neurons of the Inferior Colliculus and Medial Geniculate Body -- Coding of FM and AM Sounds at the Auditory Midbrain -- Inhibition and Inhibitory Plasticity in the Mammalian Auditory Midbrain -- Neuronal Periodicity Coding and Pitch Effects -- Specializations of the Auditory System for the Analysis of Natural Sounds -- The Processing of Species-Specific Complex Sounds by the Ascending and Descending Auditory Systems -- Speech Recognition System Using Dynamic Programming of Bayesian Neural Networks -- A Computational Model of Birdsong Learning by Auditory Experience and Auditory Feedback -- On Recent Results in Modeling of Sensory Neurons -- Interneurons Which Shape Response Properties in Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus -- Behavioral and Physiological Studies of Sound Localization in the Cat -- The Processing of Auditory Stimuli for Eye Movements in the Posterior Parietal Cortex of Monkeys -- Location Coding by Auditory Cortical Neurons -- Spatial Receptive Field Properties of Primary Auditory Cortical Neurons -- Models of Direction Estimation with Spherical-Function Approximated Cortical Receptive Fields -- Medical Image Data Compression Using Cubic Convolution Spline Interpolation -- Independent Component Analysis of Electroencephalographic and Event-Related Potential Data -- Time Structure of Cortical Activity -- Organization and Perturbation of Neuronal Assemblies -- Neural Principles of Visual Cortical Processing: Scene Segmentation Investigated with Microelectrodes and Models -- Dynamic Mechanisms of Perception Exhibited by Bat Biosonar -- Poster Abstracts of the Workshop on Central Auditory Processing and Neural Modeling -- Participantsโ{128}{153} Photographs


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