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Re: looking for book: Keidel&Neff 1975 vol V/2
Thanks for the copy. I scanned it and OCR'd it so I could search for
what I was looking for (which I didn't find, but it's still a great
If anyone wants a copy, pick it up here; I'll remove it in a few days:
http://www.dicklyon.com/tech/Scans/Evans1975_Cochlear.pdf (28 MB)
http://www.dicklyon.com/tech/Scans/Evans1975_Cochlear_s.pdf (6 MB)
(two quality levels to choose from)
At 10:02 AM -0600 3/25/10, Tollin, Daniel wrote:
I have a copy of the book. Evan's review of auditory nerve and
cochlear nucleus is quite comprehensive... and long. Towards the
end of the chapter, there is a nice discussion of the empirical data
in relation to various models of cochlear and auditory nerve fiber
function. In particular, much of the discussion centers on the
classic model of Weiss (1966) relating the discharge of auditory
nerve fibers to acoustic stimuli. Perhaps Evan is suggesting in his
paper that his model can account for the vast amount of empirical
data presented in the chapter.
There are some great chapters in this book.
(BTW, this book did not come from Doug Creelman. I picked this book
up at 2nd Look Books in Spokane, WA. A stamp on the inside cover
indicates that the book was discarded by the Washington State Univ
Weiss TF (1966) A model of the peripheral auditory system.
Daniel J. Tollin, PhD
University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center
Department of Physiology and Biophysics/Mail Stop 8307
Research Complex 1-N, Rm 7106
12800 East 19th Ave
PO Box 6511
Aurora, CO 80045
From: AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception
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Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2010 10:59 PM
Subject: looking for book: Keidel&Neff 1975 vol V/2
Does anyone have a copy of the Handbook of Sensory Physiology,
Auditory System, Vol. V/2, 1975? I have Vol. V/3, and have ordered a
V/1, but the paper I'm looking for now is in V/2: pp. 1-108 by E. F.
his later paper says this is where I can find the physiological
justification for his electronic analogue of cochlear nerve fiber.