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Re: missing fundamental references
Definitely look at these:
Greenberg, S. (1980). Neural Temporal Coding of Pitch and Vowel Quality:
Human Frequency-Following Response Studies of Complex Signals. Los
Angeles, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics #52.
Greenberg, S., J. T. Marsh, et al. (1987). "Neural temporal coding of
low pitch. I. Human frequency-following responses to complex tones."
Hearing Research 25: 91-114.
Aniruddh Patel wrote:
> Dear List,
> I'd like to compile a little bibliography of MEG, EEG, fMRI and PET
> studies of missing fundamental pitch in normal human subjects.
> So far I have:
> Langner et al., (1997). Frequency and periodicity are represented in
> orthogonal maps in the human auditory cortex: evidence from
> magnetoencephalography. J. Comp. Physiol A 181:665-676.
> Pantev et al., (1989). Tonotopic organization of the auditory cortex:
> pitch versus frequency representation. Science 246:486-488.
> Pantev at al., (1996). Binaural fusion and the representation of virtual
> pitch in the human auditory cortex. Hearing Research 100:164-170.
> Winkler et al., (1997). Two separate codes for missing-fundamental pitch
> in the human auditory cortex. JASA 102(2):1072-1082.
> I would be grateful for futher references, and will post a summary of
> responses to the list.
> Ani Patel
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