cochlear nucleus : Higher level then the audio periphery (Matt Flax )

Subject: cochlear nucleus : Higher level then the audio periphery
From:    Matt Flax  <flatmax(at)IEEE.ORG>
Date:    Fri, 20 Sep 2002 14:30:39 +1000

Hello, I know there are some people out there who have some idea about this topic, so I pass some questions / statements onto you. Can anybody correct this and tell me more ???? (references are ok if you don't have time to tell everything !!!) thanks in advance Note: If you talk about experiments please name the mammal used. Mammals only too ... no offense to the trees and reptiles and birds etc. a] There are 2 cochlea nuclei in peoples brains b] Each cochlea nucleus operates only on afferent neural information from the relevant cochlea (left or right). c] The cochlea nucleus paths some efferent information back to the cochlea ??? d] How is afferent information processed into efferent information. thanks Matt -- WSOLA TimeScale Audio Mod : FFTw C++ : Vector Bass : Multimedia Time Code :

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