Cheveigné, Alain

Auditory Signal Processing

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Table of contents

1. Nonlinearities at the apex of the cochlea: Implications for auditory perception
Mary Ann Cheatham

2. Reconstructing the traveling wave from auditory nerve responses
Marcel Heijden, Philip X. Joris

3. A computational algorithm for computing cochlear frequency selectivity: Further studies
Alberto Lopez-Najera, Ray Meddis, Enrique A. Lopez-Poveda

4. Comparison of the compressive-gammachirp and double-roex auditory filters
Roy D. Patterson, Masashi Unoki, Toshio Irino

5. Reaction-time data support the existence of Softness Imperception in cochlear hearing loss
Mary Florentine, Søren Buus, Mindy Rosenberg

6. Normal and impaired level encoding: Effects of noise-induced hearing loss on auditory-nerve responses
Michael G. Heinz, Danilo Scepanovic, John Issa, Murray B. Sachs, Eric D. Young

7. Estimates of Cochlear Compression from Measurements of Loudness Growth
Stephen T. Neely, Kim S. Schairer, Walt Jesteadt

8. Additivity of masking and auditory compression
Christopher J. Plack, Catherine G. O’Hanlon, Vit Drga

9. Psychophysical response growth under suppression
Magdalena Wojtczak, Neal F. Viemeister

10. The function(s) of the medial olivocochlear efferent system in hearing
David W. Smith, E. Christopher Kirk, Emily Buss

11. A computational model of cochlear nucleus neurons
Katuhiro Maki, Masato Akagi

12. Study on improving regularity of neural phase locking in single neurons of AVCN via a computational model
Kazuhito Ito, Masato Akagi

13. Fibers in the trapezoid body show enhanced synchronization to broadband noise when compared to auditory nerve fibers
Dries H. Louage, Marcel Heijden, Philip X. Joris

14. Representations of the pitch of complex tones in the auditory nerve
Leonardo Cedolin, Bertrand Delgutte

15. Coding of pitch and amplitude modulation in the auditory brainstem: One common mechanism?
Lutz Wiegrebe, Alexandra Stein, Ray Meddis

16. Pitch perception of complex tones within and across ears and frequency regions
Andrew J. Oxenham, Joshua G. Bernstein, Christophe Micheyl

17. Internal noise and memory for pitch
Laurent Demany, Gaspard Montandon, Catherine Semal

18. Time constants in temporal pitch extraction: A comparison of psychophysical and neuromagnetic data
André Rupp, Stefan Uppenkamp, Jen Bailes, Alexander Gutschalk, Roy D. Patterson

19. Auditory processing at the lower limit of pitch studied by magnetoencephalography
Bernd Lütkenhöner, Christian Borgmann, Katrin Krumbholz, Stefan Seither, Annemarie Seither-Preisler

20. Auditory maps in the midbrain: The inferior colliculus
Günter Ehret, Steffen R. Hage, Marina Egorova, Birgit A. Müller

21. Representation of frequency modulation in the primary auditory cortex of New World monkeys
Craig Atencio, Fabrizio Strata, David Blake, Ben Bonham, Benoit Godey, Michael Merzenich, Christoph Schreiner, Steven Cheung

22. Frequency change velocity and acceleration detector: A bird or a red herring?
Pierre L. Divenyi

23. Representations of the pitch of complex tones in the auditory nerve
Leonardo Cedolin, Bertrand Delgutte

24. The role of spectral change detectors in sequential grouping of tones
Makio Kashino, Minae Okada

25. Performance measures of auditory organization
Christophe Micheyl, Robert P. Carlyon, Rhodri Cusack, Brian C.J. Moore

26. Auditory streaming without spectral cues in hearing-impaired subjects
Nicolas Grimault, Sid P Bacon, Christophe Micheyl

27. The role of temporal structure in envelope processing
Neal F. Viemeister, Mark A. Stellmack, Andrew J. Byrne

28. Detecting changes in amplitude-modulation frequency: A test of the concept of excitation pattern in the temporal-envelope domain
Christian Füllgrabe, Laurent Demany, Christian Lorenzi

29. Modeling the role of duration in intensity increment detection
Frederick Gallun, Ervin R. Hafter, Anne-Marie Bonnel

30. Minimum integration times for processing of amplitude modulation
Stanley Sheft, William A. Yost

31. Neural mechanisms for analyzing temporal patterns in echolocating bats
Ellen Covey, Paul A. Faure

32. Time-critical frequency integration of complex communication sounds in the auditory cortex of the mouse
Diana B. Geissler, Günter Ehret

33. Transformation of stimulus representations in the ascending auditory system
Israel Nelken, Nachum Ulanovsky, Liora Las, Omer Bar-Yosef, Michael Anderson, Gal Chechik, Naftali Tishby, Eric D. Young

34. AM and FM coherence sensitivity in the auditory cortex as a potential neural mechanism for sound segregation
Dennis L. Barbour, Xiaoqin Wang

35. Auditory perception with slowly-varying amplitude and frequency modulations
Fan-Gang Zeng, Kaibao Nie, Ginger Stickney, Ying-Yee Kong

36. The role of auditory-vocal interaction in hearing
Steven J. Eliades, Xiaoqin Wang

37. From sound to meaning: Hierarchical processing in speech comprehension
Ingrid Johnsrude, Matt Davis, Alexis Hervais-Adelman

38. Effects of differences in the accent and gender of competing voices on speech segregation
John F. Culling, Julia S. Porter

39. The Articulation Index is a Shannon channel capacity
Jont B. Allen

40. Comodulation masking release and the role of wideband inhibition in the cochlear nucleus
Ian M. Winter, Veronika Neuert, Jesko L. Verhey

41. The relevance of rate and time cues for CMR in starling auditory forebrain neurons
Georg M. Klump, Sonja B. Hofer

42. Effects of concurrent and sequential streaming in comodulation masking release
Torsten Dau, Stephan D. Ewert, Andrew J. Oxenham

43. Effects of contralateral sound stimulation on forward masking in the guinea pig
Ray Meddis, Christian Sumner, Susan Shore

44. Inhibition in models of coincidence detection
H. Steven Colburn, Yi Zhou, Vasant Dasika

45. What can auditory evoked potentials tell us about binaural processing in humans?
Birger Kollmeier, Helmut Riedel

46. Sensitivity to changes in interaural time difference and interaural correlation in the inferior colliculus
Trevor M. Shackleton, Alan R. Palmer

47. Processing of interaural temporal disparities with both “transposed” and conventional stimuli
Leslie R. Bernstein, Constantine Trahiotis

48. Sound localization in the frontal horizontal plane by post-lingually deafened adults fitted with bilateral cochlear implants
D. Wesley Grantham, Daniel H. Ashmead, Todd A. Ricketts

49. Discrimination of different temporal envelope structures of diotic and dichotic target signals within diotic wide-band noise
Steven Par, Armin Kohlrausch, Jeroen Breebaart, Martin McKinney

50. A cat’s cocktail party: Psychophysical, neurophysiological, and computational studies of spatial release from masking
Courtney C. Lane, Norbert Kopco, Bertrand Delgutte, Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham, H. Steven Colburn

51. Localization of noise in a reverberant environment
Brad Rakerd, William M. Hartmann

52. Listening in real-room reverberation: Effects of extrinsic context
Anthony J. Watkins

53. Psychophysical and physiological studies of the precedence effect and echo threshold in the behaving cat
Daniel J. Tollin, Micheal L. Dent, Tom C.T. Yin

54. Some similarities between the temporal resolution and the temporal integration of interaural time differences
Michael A. Akeroyd

55. Binaural “sluggishness” as a function of stimulus bandwidth
Caroline Witton, Gary G.R. Green, G. Bruce Henning

56. Auditory thresholds re-visited
Peter Heil, Heinrich Neubauer

57. Discrimination of temporal fine structure by birds and mammals
Marjorie Leek, Robert Dooling, Otto Gleich, Micheal L. Dent

58. Dependence of binaural and cochlear “best delays” on characteristic frequency
Philip X. Joris, Marcel Heijden, Dries H. Louage, Bram Sande, Cindy Kerckhoven

59. The enigma of cortical responses: Slow yet precise
Mounya Elhilali, David J. Klein, Jonathan B. Fritz, Jonathan Z. Simon, Shihab A. Shamma

60. Learning-induced sensory plasticity: Rate code, temporal code, or both?
Jean-Marc Edeline

61. Synaptic dynamics and intensity coding in the cochlear nucleus
Katrina M. MacLeod, Catherine E. Carr

62. Learning and generalization on five basic auditory discrimination tasks as assessed by threshold changes
Beverly A. Wright, Matthew B. Fitzgerald


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