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|Statement||With the assistance of Takeshi Watanabe, Eleanor C. Thomas, and Louise F. Clark.|
|Series||Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Research Laboratory of Electronics. Special technical report -- no. 13, Special technical report (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Research Laboratory of Electronics) -- no. 13., M.I.T. Press research monographs -- no. 35.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
Discharge Patterns of Single Fibers in the Cat's Auditory Nerve. Hardcover – January 1, by Nelson Yuan-Sheng Kiang (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions.5/5(1). 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. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : I. C. Whitfield. Discharge Patterns of Single Fibers in the Cats Auditory Nerve, by Nelson Yuan-Sheng Kiang, Research Monograph No. 35, published by the MIT Press, Adobe PDF files. Complete or by chapters. Complete book, MB; Chapters 1 and 2, MB; Chapter 3, MB; Chapter 4, MB; Chapter 5, 31MB; Chapter 6, MB; Chapter 7, Tuning Curves, 33MB.
1. 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. C. Thomas, L. F. 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.