Comparative hearing: mammals
Springer-Verlag, 10/06/1994 - 260 páginas
This volume presents a comprehensive overview of what is understood about the similarities and differences among mammals in their sense of hearing, and the structures of the ear that condition and transform sound wave-forms. The goal of each chapter is to present what is known about the diversity of hearing functions among mammals so that we may better understand the relationships between the structures of ears and the hearing abilities of the animals most closely related to humans. This book will be invaluable to researchers, students, and clinicians in auditory research.
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Acoust Soc acuity amplitude angle animal apex auditory system azimuth bandwidth base basilar membrane behavioral binaural Brown Bruns changes Chapter chinchilla cochlear duct critical band cues Dallos detection distance ear air spaces ear canal ear structure estimates external and middle external ear Fay RR Figure frequency discrimination frequency resolution gerbil greater horseshoe bat guinea pig Hear Res Heffner and Heffner high-frequency horseshoe bat human inner ear Khanna low-frequency Macaca macaque magnitude malleus mammals masker masking Masterton measurements middle ear middle ear air middle ear input mole rat monaural monkeys Moody DB motion mouse noise organ of Corti ossicles ossicular outer hair cells Peake perception pinna Popper processing psychoacoustic psychophysical response reviewed Rosowski sensitivity sensory Shaw signal sound localization sound pressure sound source stapes Stebbins WC stereocilia stiffness stimulus temporal thresholds tion Tonndorf tuning curves tympanic membrane umbo Viemeister vocalizations volume velocity Webster DB