Auditory neuroscience: neuronal sensitivity in humans.
- Microelectrode recordings from the human auditory cortex suggest that the tuning of individual neurons can account for sound frequency discrimination thresholds and that this tuning varies in a context-dependent fashion with the type of sound used to measure it.
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