“Range” Information Processing at the Highest Levels of the Auditory System
Echolocating bats determine target range by measuring the time delay between the emitted biosonar pulse and the returning echo. We have found two types of neurons in a part of the auditory cortex of the mustached bat, Pteronotus parnellii rubiginosus, which demonstrate selective sensitivity to echo delays, and therefore, target range.
KeywordsRepetition Rate Auditory Cortex Target Range Selective Sensitivity Good Delay
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