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Plasticity of frequency organization in auditory cortex of guinea pigs with partial unilateral deafness
D Robertson, DRF Irvine
Journal of Comparative Neurology 282 (3), 456-471, 1989
Effect of unilateral partial cochlear lesions in adult cats on the representation of lesioned and unlesioned cochleas in primary auditory cortex
R Rajan, DRF Irvine, LZ Wise, P Heil
Journal of Comparative Neurology 338 (1), 17-49, 1993
The auditory brainstem: a review of the structure and function of auditory brainstem processing mechanisms
DRF Irvine
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Physiology of the auditory brainstem
DRF Irvine
The mammalian auditory pathway: Neurophysiology, 153-231, 1992
Responses of single neurons in physiologically defined primary auditory cortex (AI) of the cat: frequency tuning and responses to intensity.
DP Phillips, DR Irvine
Journal of neurophysiology 45 (1), 48-58, 1981
First-spike timing of auditory-nerve fibers and comparison with auditory cortex
P Heil, DRF Irvine
Journal of neurophysiology 78 (5), 2438-2454, 1997
Cochlear implants and brain plasticity
JB Fallon, DRF Irvine, RK Shepherd
Hearing research 238 (1-2), 110-117, 2008
Sensitivity of neurons in cat primary auditory cortex to tones and frequency-modulated stimuli. II: Organization of response properties along the ‘isofrequency’dimension
P Heil, R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Hearing research 63 (1-2), 135-156, 1992
Binaural interaction in high-frequency neurons in inferior colliculus of the cat: effects of variations in sound pressure level on sensitivity to interaural intensity differences
DR Irvine, G Gago
Journal of neurophysiology 63 (3), 570-591, 1990
Topographic representation of tone intensity along the isofrequency axis of cat primary auditory cortex
P Heil, R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Hearing research 76 (1-2), 188-202, 1994
Azimuthal sensitivity of neurons in primary auditory cortex of cats. I. Types of sensitivity and the effects of variations in stimulus parameters
R Rajan, LM Aitkin, DR Irvine, J McKay
Journal of Neurophysiology 64 (3), 872-887, 1990
Frequency representation in auditory cortex of the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus jacchus)
LM Aitkin, MM Merzenich, DRF Irvine, JC Clarey, JE Nelson
Journal of Comparative Neurology 252 (2), 175-185, 1986
Directed attention eliminates ‘change deafness’ in complex auditory scenes
R Eramudugolla, DRF Irvine, KI McAnally, RL Martin, JB Mattingley
Current Biology 15 (12), 1108-1113, 2005
Neuronal responses across cortical field A1 in plasticity induced by peripheral auditory organ damage
R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Audiology and Neurotology 3 (2-3), 123-144, 1998
Effects of interaural time delays of noise stimuli on low-frequency cells in the cat's inferior colliculus. I. Responses to wideband noise
TC Yin, JC Chan, DR Irvine
Journal of Neurophysiology 55 (2), 280-300, 1986
Perceptual learning on an auditory frequency discrimination task by cats: association with changes in primary auditory cortex
M Brown, DRF Irvine, VN Park
Cerebral cortex 14 (9), 952-965, 2004
Central neural mechanisms of hearing
LM Aitkin, DRF Irvine, WR Webster
Comprehensive Physiology, 675-737, 2011
Topographic organization of interaural intensity difference sensitivity in deep layers of cat superior colliculus: implications for auditory spatial representation
LZ Wise, DR Irvine
Journal of neurophysiology 54 (2), 185-211, 1985
Sensitivity of neurons in cat primary auditory cortex to tones and frequency-modulated stimuli. I: Effects of variation of stimulus parameters
P Heil, R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Hearing research 63 (1-2), 108-134, 1992
Auditory response properties of neurons in deep layers of cat superior colliculus
LZ Wise, DR Irvine
Journal of Neurophysiology 49 (3), 674-685, 1983
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