Sensory systems V:
Auditory and vestibular systems


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Species differences
in auditory sensitivity
P 12.3
Anatomy of the
human ear
Kandel Figs. 30-3,4
P 12.4
Anatomy of
the cochlea
P 12.5
Travelling waves
code frequency/pitch
P 12.6
Mechanical trans-
duction of sound
P 12.8
Inward K+
currents
9_08
Electrical potentials
in different compartments
P 12.9
Frequency
tuning curves
9_10
Inner vs. outer
hair cells
9_11
Cochlear
motor
Kandel Figs. 30-10,15, 12
9_13
Cochlear
nucleus neurons
9_14
Cochlear nucleus
coding patterns
9_15
Midlevel auditory
processing
9_16
Inferior
colliculus
P 12.12
Medial superior
olive & localization
P 12.13
Lateral superior
olive & localization
9_88
Auditory thalamus:
medial geniculate n.
9_20
Cortical tonotopic
bands
P 12.14,15
Human auditory
cortex
9_22
Sense of
balance: CN VIII
P Box A
Vestibular
orientation
P 13.1
Inner ear
labyrinth
Kandel Fig. 30-3,6
P 13.5
Sheer forces
(mechanical)
P 13.2
Alignment of
hair cells
Kandel Fig. 31-2,3
P Box B
Adaptation &
tuning
Kandel Fig. 31-4,5,9
P 13.12
Central vestibular
pathways
P Box
Lesions affecting
eye movement etc.

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