Pitch: Neural Coding and Perception - Springer Handbook of Auditory Research 24 by Christopher J. Plack
Although the stadium has been an important area of audio research since the birth of modern phonology in the 19th century, some of the most important developments in our understanding…
Pitch Neural Coding and Perception synopsis
Although the stadium has been an important area of audio research since the birth of modern phonology in the 19th century, some of the most important developments in our understanding of this phenomenon have occurred recently. In auditoryphysiology, researchers are now identifying cells in the brain stem and cerebral cortex that may be involved in the derivation of the sound layer.
In auditory psychophysics, dramatic developments over the past few years have changed our understanding of time-playing mechanisms and the role of unresolved and unresolved harmonics. The computational modeling presented new insights into the biological algorithms that may lie behind the perception of the pitch. Modern brain imaging techniques have suggested possible cortical sites for pitch mechanisms.
This volume brings together the most up-to-date results, emphasizing its relationship to past discoveries. Combines insights from several different methodological areas: physiology, psychophysiology, comparative, imaging, etc., in addressing one scientific problem.
Discipline recognition can be seen as a major hearing problem, and the multidisciplinary approach provides a valuable reference resource for postgraduate students and academics.
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