Auditory Spectral Processing International Review of Neurobiology Series, Vol. 70
Auteurs : Malmierca Manuel S., Irvine Dexter R. F.
* Examines spectral processing mechanisms at different levels along the auditory neuraxis, from the cochlear nucleus to the cortex
* Reviews in detail psychophysical and neurophysiological evidence on the way in which spectral information is processed within and across frequency channels.
* Presents information on the nature of the spectral information required for speech and music perception
* Examines a series of issues that relate to the role of spectral analysis in higher order/cognitive aspects of hearing and in clinical and applied contexts
Spectral processing by the peripheral auditory system: Facts and models
Basic psychophysics of human spectral processing
Across-channel spectral processing
Speech and music have different requirements for spectral resolution
Nonlinearities and the representation of auditory spectra
Spectral processing in the inferior colliculus
Neural mechanisms for spectral analysis in the auditory midbrain, thalamus, and cortex
Spectral processing in the auditory cortex
Dynamic spectral processing
Representations of spectral coding in the human brain
Spectral processing and sound source determination
Spectral information in sound localization
Plasticity of spectral processing
Spectral processing in cochlear implants
Date de parution : 12-2005
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