2005

Auditory Signal Processing

Physiology, Psychoacoustics, and Models

ISBN: 978-0-387-21915-8 (Print) 978-0-387-27045-6 (Online)

Table of contents (62 chapters)

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  1. Cochlear signal processing

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      Nonlinearities at the apex of the cochlea: Implications for auditory perception

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      Reconstructing the traveling wave from auditory nerve responses

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      A computational algorithm for computing cochlear frequency selectivity: Further studies

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      Comparison of the compressive-gammachirp and double-roex auditory filters

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      Reaction-time data support the existence of Softness Imperception in cochlear hearing loss

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      Normal and impaired level encoding: Effects of noise-induced hearing loss on auditory-nerve responses

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      Estimates of Cochlear Compression from Measurements of Loudness Growth

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      Additivity of masking and auditory compression

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      Pages 67-74

      Psychophysical response growth under suppression

  2. Brainstem signal processing

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      Pages 75-83

      The function(s) of the medial olivocochlear efferent system in hearing

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      A computational model of cochlear nucleus neurons

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      Study on improving regularity of neural phase locking in single neurons of AVCN via a computational model

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      Fibers in the trapezoid body show enhanced synchronization to broadband noise when compared to auditory nerve fibers

  3. Pitch

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      Pages 107-116

      Representations of the pitch of complex tones in the auditory nerve

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      Pages 117-125

      Coding of pitch and amplitude modulation in the auditory brainstem: One common mechanism?

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      Pages 126-135

      Pitch perception of complex tones within and across ears and frequency regions

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      Internal noise and memory for pitch

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      Time constants in temporal pitch extraction: A comparison of psychophysical and neuromagnetic data

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      Pages 154-161

      Auditory processing at the lower limit of pitch studied by magnetoencephalography

  4. Frequency modulation

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      Pages 162-168

      Auditory maps in the midbrain: The inferior colliculus

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