Combination-sensitive neurons: A flexible neural strategy for analyzing correlated elements in sounds - Open peer commentary

Title

Combination-sensitive neurons: A flexible neural strategy for analyzing correlated elements in sounds - Open peer commentary

Creator

Wenstrup J J

Publisher

Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Date

1998
1998-04

Description

Combination-sensitive neurons serve as the fundamental processing unit in Sussman and colleagues' proposal for the neural representation of of stop consonants. This commentary describes recent studies in the mustached bat that show how ubiquitous and flexible this neural strategy can be. Sussman et al.'s proposal is an important contribution to a neuroethological consideration of speech perception.

Subject

auditory cortex; Behavioral Sciences; moustached bat; Neurosciences & Neurology; Psychology

Format

Journal Article

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Pages

286-+

Issue

2

Volume

21

Citation

Wenstrup J J, “Combination-sensitive neurons: A flexible neural strategy for analyzing correlated elements in sounds - Open peer commentary,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed June 24, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/7570.

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