Auditory Cortex

Deaf mice with auditory circuitry has significant implications for cochlear implants

Spontaneous activity of cochlear cells allows normal development, and its later absence leads to deafness

How our brain distinguishes between voice and sound?

Researchers at UNIGE and Maastricht University have demonstrated that the brain adapts to a person’s listening intentions by focusing either on a speaker’s voice or on the speech sounds that are being uttered.

Machine-learning system processes sounds like humans do

MIT scientists have devised a new a new model that depicts human performance on auditory tasks such as identifying a musical genre. It consists...

This is How our Brain Encodes Sounds

When you hear any kind of sound, your brain needs to process quickly to identify its type and from where it is coming.  In a...

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