mammalian aud. ctx. summary (Aniruddh Patel )

Subject: mammalian aud. ctx. summary
From:    Aniruddh Patel  <apatel(at)NSI.EDU>
Date:    Wed, 24 Mar 1999 08:52:27 -0800

Dear colleagues, Here is a list of responses to my question last week about refs on mammalian auditory cortex. Thanks very much to all who replied. Ani Patel _________________________________________________________________________ > Can anyone recommend an up-to-date reference for an overview of the > neuranatomy and neurophysiology of mammalian auditory cortex? I'm > especially interested in primate/human data. Responses: Current Opinion in Neuroscience 1998.(They have lists of key papers for each major part of the brain, including one on the central auditory system.) Arbib's "Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks" is a good starting point for anything up to 1995. "The Auditory Cortex" by Lindsay Aitken, 1990, Chapman & Hall.... Most data there from primates. The central auditory system edited by Gunter Ehret, Raymond Romand New York : Oxford University Press, 1997 Pickles (1992): An introduction to the physiology of hearing, Academic Press; 2nd edition Chermak & Musiek (1997): Central auditory processing disorders-new perspectives, Singular Publishing Musiek (1986): Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology and central auditory assessment: The cerebrum; Ear and Hearing journal, 7, 283-294. Katz, Stecker, & Henderson (1994): Central Auditory processing Rauschecker, J. P., Tian, B., Pons, T., Mishkin, M. (1997). Serial and parallel processing in Rhesus monkey auditory cortex. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 382, 89-103. You can get a more general and clearly written overview from: Rauschecker, J (1998) Cortical processing of complex sounds. Curr Opin Neurobiol 8: 516-521. Rauschecker 1998 Parallel Processing in the Auditory Cortex of Primates. Audiol Neurootol, 3, 86-103 Check out the Springer series. -- Aniruddh D. Patel The Neurosciences Institute 10640 John Jay Hopkins Drive San Diego, CA 92121 tel: 619-626-2085 fax: 619-626-2099 apatel(at)

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