Input timing for spatial processing is precisely tuned via constant synaptic delays and myelination patterns in the auditory brainstem Annette Stange-Marten, Alisha L. Nabel, James L. Sinclair, Matthew Fischl, Olga Alexandrova, Hilde Wohlfrom, Conny Kopp-Scheinpflug, Michael … Read On
Archive: Benedikt Grothe (3)
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Neuroscience News Auditory Processing: Where Microseconds Matter Neuroscience News May 30, 2017 Summary: Researchers identify a mechanism that allows mammals to perceive minimal differences in timing of signal reception in order to localize sounds. Source: LMU. To … Read On
Kugler, et al Royal Society, Low Frequency Sound Affects Active Micromechanics in the Human Inner Ear
ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE, RESEARCH August 18, 2014 Kathrin Kugler1,3, Lutz Wiegrebe3, Benedikt Grothe3, Manfred Kössl4, Robert Gürkov1,2, Eike Krause1,2 and Markus Drexl1,2 1 German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders (IFB), and 2 Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head … Read On