Concepts and controversies in auditory neuroscience

March 25, 2011

Today we attended the second talk in our 3-part colloquium, “Pathways and representations in auditory and visual cortex.”.  The talk was given by Santiago Jaramillo; he highlighted some of the differences between cortical pathways for vision and audition. Perhaps the most pronounced difference that was argued for was the idea that signals in primary auditory cortex are at a much higher level of processing comparedto signals in primary visual cortex.

 

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