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Does noise mask exist in rat primary auditory cortex?
- To: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Does noise mask exist in rat primary auditory cortex?
- From: Ye Changquan <yechangquan@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2005 10:01:39 +0800
- Delivery-date: Tue Nov 1 21:23:21 2005
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I am a ph.D student with electrophysiology backgroud, and want to test
some psychoacoustic phenomena in primary auditory cortex of rats.
When a noise was inserted into the middle of a tone, human or
non-human primates still percept as a complete tone. I am wondering
whether anyone performed such experiments in rats testing with
single-unit recording, or rats do not have such percepts. If you have
any suggestion or reference, please mail me. Thank you!
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