The Central Auditory System
Günter Ehret, Raymond Romand (eds), 1997

The Central Auditory System
This treatment of the auditory system begins with the innervation of the cochlea and covers everything from there up to the auditory cortex with a considerable amount of detail into nerve types, their interconnections and their functionality. Much of the exploration of the system has been done with cats. In what I have seen thus far, there is relatively little comment as to how much of that analysis applies to other species.

I have just started into the book and will post additions to this review as the reading proceeds.


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