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Effects of Stimulus Azimuth and Intensity on the Single-Neuron Activity in the Auditory Cortex of the Alert Macaque Monkey
Journal of Neurophysiology
Effects of stimulus azimuth and intensity on the single-neuron activity in the auditory cortex of the alert macaque monkey. . It has been hypothesized that the primate auditory cortex is composed of at least two processing streams, one of which is believed to selectively process spatial information. To test whether spatial information is differentially encoded in different auditory cortical fields, we recorded the responses of single neurons in the auditory cortex of alert macaque monkeys todoi:10.1152/jn.00392.2006 pmid:16943318 fatcat:jf3qc57bubagjeptstyg4yj4pi