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Discharge patterns of single fibers in the cat"s auditory nerve*(e) by Nelson Yuan-sheng Kiang with the assistance of Takeshi Watanabe (et al.).

Nelson Yuan-sheng Kiang

Discharge patterns of single fibers in the cat"s auditory nerve*(e) by Nelson Yuan-sheng Kiang with the assistance of Takeshi Watanabe (et al.).

by Nelson Yuan-sheng Kiang

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Published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press in Cambridge (Mass.) .
Written in English


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SeriesResearch monographs / Massachusetts Institute of Technology -- no.35
ContributionsWatanabe, Takeshi., Massachusetts Institute of Tecnology.
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Open LibraryOL13797807M

Discharge patterns of single auditory nerve fibers in adult cats were recorded in response to multi-component harmonic complexes. Stimuli possessed a variable number of equal-intensity harmonics of a common low-frequency fundamental. Get this from a library! Discharge patterns of single fibers in the cat's auditory nerve. [Nelson Yuan-sheng Kiang].

1. (1) The discharge patterns of single fibers in the auditory nerve of ketamine anesthetized pigeons were studied and compared with unit responses in cats studied under similar conditions. 2. (2) All fibers show spontaneous activity; rates of spontaneous activity were generally higher than those in mammalian auditory nerve fibers. 3. Carney, L. H.(). “ Sensitivities of cells in the anteroventral cochlear nucleus of cat to spatio-temporal discharge patterns across primary afferents,” J. Neurophysiol. 64, – Google Scholar Crossref; Carney, L. H.(). “ A model for the responses of low-frequency auditory nerve fibers in cat,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am.

In mammals, all known auditory information enters the brain by way of the auditory nerve. The auditory nerve is a bundle of axons whose cell bodies are located in the spiral ganglion within the cochlea. The ganglion cells send peripheral processes out to the organ of Corti to contact acoustic receptor cells and send central processes by way of. Nelson Yuag-Sheng Kiang is the author of Discharge Patterns of Single Fibers in the Cat's Auditory Nerve ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published.


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The purpose of this research was to discover how the mammalian auditory nerve describes sounds by examining the patterns of discharges in single fibers of the auditory nerve in response to controlled acoustic stimuli.

The research itself was conducted on healthy adult cats but should have important bearing on the study of human hearing. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

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We have studied auditory responses to a set of speech-related narrowband sounds, single-formant stimuli (SFSs), in popula- tions of auditory nerve fibers (ANFs). An analytic method was developed to extract the envelope of temporal discharge patterns of the ANF responses to.

Discharge Patterns of Single Fibers in the Cat's Auditory Nerve. By E. Thomas, L. Clark, N. Y.-S. Kiang and TAKESHI. Get PDF (5 MB) Abstract.

Discharge patterns of single fibers in cat auditory nerve in response to controlled acoustic stimul Topics: BIOSCIENCES. Request PDF | Sound Coding in the Auditory Nerve: From Single Fiber Activity to Cochlear Mass Potentials in Gerbils | Auditory nerve fibers (ANFs) convey acoustic information from the sensory.

“Electric stimulation of the cat’s cochlea: a study of discharge rates in single auditory nerve fibers,” M.S. thesis, MIT, Cambridge, MA., Google Scholar; Parkins, C. W.(). “ Temporal response patterns of auditory nerve fibers to electrical stimulation in deafened squirrel monkeys,” Hear.

temporal aspects of the discharges of auditory-nerve fibers. The results are based on a study of the responses of large numbers of single auditory-nerve fibers in anesthetized cats. By presenting the same set of stimuli to all the fibers encountered in each cat, we can directly estimate the population response to those stimuli.

It is now possible to study how acoustic characteristics important for speech discrimination are represented in the discharge patterns of auditory-nerve fibers. The electrical activity of single auditory-nerve fibers in response to speech-like sounds (single and two formant synthetic stimuli and "fricative" noise bursts) was recorded with microelectrodes in anesthetized cats.

The wave delay N. Kiang, Discharge Patterns of Single Fibers in the Cat’s Auditory Nerve, MIT, – p Discharge Patterns of Single Fibers in the Cat's Auditory Nerve Nelson Yuan-Sheng Kiang This monograph represents a systematic attempt to describe in a quantitative manner the electrophysiological responses in the peripheral auditory nervous system.

The discharge patterns of single fibers in the auditory nerve of ketamine anesthetized pigeons were studied and compared with unit responses in cats studied under similar conditions. (2) All fibers show spontaneous activity; rates of spontaneous activity were generally higher than those in mammalian auditory nerve fibers.

(3). Discharge Patterns of Single Fibers in the Cat's Auditory Nerve. Coronavirus: Find the latest articles and preprints Discharge Patterns of Single Fibers in the Cat's Auditory Nerve. Whitfield IC. Journal of Anatomy, 01 Jan(Pt 1): PMCID: PMC Discharge patterns of single fibers in the cat's auditory nerve.

Author: Nelson Yuan-sheng Kiang. Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., M.I.T. Press [©] Series: Special technical report (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Research Laboratory of Electronics), no. Discharge patterns of single auditory nerve fibers were recorded from normal-hearing cats implanted with a I2-band intracochlear electrode array.

Stimuli were biphasic current pulses of specifiable width, amplitude, and rate. Acoustic tuning curves were obtained to determine the cochlear positions of the fibers. The refractory characteristics of auditory nerve fibers limit their ability to accurately encode temporal information.

Therefore, they are relevant to the design of cochlear prostheses. It is also possible that the refractory property could be exploited by prosthetic devices to improve information transfer, as refractoriness may enhance the nerve's stochastic properties. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link).

RESPONSE OF SINGLE AUDITORY-NERVE FIBERS 41 Evidence that the isolated unit is a single nerve fiber comes from the simplicity of the recorded electrical pattern (Fig. 1C). The records consist- ently show an initial negative spike followed by a positive phase, and the.This paper attempts to connect deficits seen in the neural representation of speech with perceptual deficits.

Responses of auditory-nerve fibers were studied in cats exposed to acoustic trauma. Four synthetic steady-state vowels were used as test signals; these stimuli are identical, except that the second formant (F2) resonator in the synthesizer was set to,or 2 kHz, producing.Of the roug afferent fibers in the cat’s auditory nerve, approximately 95% terminate peripherally on inner hair cells (IHCs), as the so-called “radial fibers” (RFs) [24,25].

RFs comprise the population of neurons sampled when the auditory nerve is impaled with glass microelectrodes [9].