Measured/Speculative difference in AN firing ("Satrajit S. Ghosh" )

Subject: Measured/Speculative difference in AN firing
From:    "Satrajit S. Ghosh"  <satra(at)BU.EDU>
Date:    Wed, 18 Dec 2002 15:22:54 -0500

Dear members, Is there any measured/speculative/anecdotal evidence for the nature of the difference in auditory nerve response due to one's own vocalization/speech and that of hearing the same from external sources such as speakers and headphones? More specifically, I am trying to get at details of bone conduction influence on AN firing. As an aside, is there any known low latency direct/indirect pathway from the cochlea to the inferior olive? Thanks for any help in advance, Satra -- "We learn from history that we learn nothing from history"- GB Shaw -- Satrajit S. Ghosh Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston University

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