Konishi, Masakazu (2003) Coding of auditory space. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 26 . pp. 31-55. ISSN 0147-006X. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:KONarn03
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Behavioral, anatomical, and physiological approaches can be integrated in the study of sound localization in barn owls. Space representation in owls provides a useful example for discussion of place and ensemble coding. Selectivity for space is broad and ambiguous in low-order neurons. Parallel pathways for binaural cues and for different frequency bands converge on high-order space-specific neurons, which encode space more precisely. An ensemble of broadly tuned place-coding neurons may converge on a single high-order neuron to create an improved labeled line. Thus, the two coding schemes are not alternate methods. Owls can localize sounds by using either the isomorphic map of auditory space in the midbrain or forebrain neural networks in which space is not mapped.
|Additional Information:||"Reprinted, with permission, from the Annual Review of Neuroscience, Volume 26 copyright 2003 by Annual Reviews, www.annualreviews.org" I dedicate this article to the late Max Cowan who started this review series. I thank Jose Luis Pena, Sharad Shanbhag, and Bjorn Christianson for reading the manuscript. The preparation of this review was supported by NIH grant DC00134.|
|Subject Keywords:||INTERAURAL LEVEL DIFFERENCE; RECEPTIVE FIELD; PLACE AND ENSEMBLE CODING; SPATIAL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS; MEDIAL SUPERIOR OLIVE; OWL TYTO-ALBA; COCHLEAR NUCLEUS MAGNOCELLULARIS; SOUND-LOCALIZATION EXPERIMENTS; CATS INFERIOR COLLICULUS; HEAD-TURNING BEHAVIOR; LOW-FREQUENCY CELLS; CHICK BRAIN-STEM|
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|Deposited By:||Tony Diaz|
|Deposited On:||23 Jan 2006|
|Last Modified:||10 Nov 2015 20:03|
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