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Re: Searching for animal research on the processing of a change within a sound (that changes from constant frequency to varying frequency)
More reading for you! Here are some more papers on frequency or
intensity change from a continuous pure tone (high vs low base
frequencies). There is mention of animal studies but more for place code
vs. rate code (i.e., phase-locking mechanisms) of low vs high frequency.
My recollection (and I could be wrong) is that Dennis Phillips might
have done some animal work on this a while ago.
Frequency changes in a continuous tone: auditory cortical potentials.
Dimitrijevic A, Michalewski HJ, Zeng FG, Pratt H, Starr A.
Clin Neurophysiol. 2008 Sep;119(9):2111-24. Epub 2008 Jul 16.
PMID: 18635394 Free PMC Article
Auditory-evoked potentials to frequency increase and decrease of high-
and low-frequency tones.
Pratt H, Starr A, Michalewski HJ, Dimitrijevic A, Bleich N, Mittelman N.
Clin Neurophysiol. 2009 Feb;120(2):360-73. Epub 2008 Dec 12.
Intensity changes in a continuous tone: auditory cortical potentials
comparison with frequency changes.
Dimitrijevic A, Lolli B, Michalewski HJ, Pratt H, Zeng FG, Starr A.
Clin Neurophysiol. 2009 Feb;120(2):374-83. Epub 2008 Dec 27.
On 7/5/2011 5:35 AM, Annekathrin Weise wrote:
I am interested in the transition response that can be obtained (e.g.
with event-related potentials in humans) when a sound part with
constant frequency changes to a sound part with varying frequency
(e.g. increasing frequency) studied for examle by Manfred Clynes
(1969). Does anyone know of related studies concerning this issue done
in animals (e.g. gerbil)?
I would be grateful for any hint on literature or researchers, who
focused on that issue.