Show Reference: "A representation of horizontal sound location in the inferior colliculus of the mustache bat (Pteronotus p. parnellii) "

A representation of horizontal sound location in the inferior colliculus of the mustache bat (Pteronotus p.\ parnellii). Hearing Research, Vol. 20, No. 1. (1985), pp. 85-89 by Zoltan M. Fuzessery, Jeffrey J. Wenstrup, George D. Pollak
@article{fuzessery-et-al-1985,
    abstract = {Binaurally sensitive {E-I} neurons in the inferior colliculus are topographically organized with respect to their sensitivity to interaural intensity disparities ({IIDs}). {IID} sensitivity dictates the azimuthal position of the medial border of a neuron's spatial receptive field. A sound moving along the azimuth will result in a change in the percentage of excited neurons as receptive field borders are crossed. Percent excitation within this population may provide a neural code for horizontal sound location.},
    author = {Fuzessery, Zoltan M. and Wenstrup, Jeffrey J. and Pollak, George D.},
    issn = {0378-5955},
    journal = {Hearing Research},
    keywords = {bat, biology, ic, population-coding, ssl},
    number = {1},
    pages = {85--89},
    pmid = {4077745},
    posted-at = {2013-10-31 14:17:59},
    priority = {2},
    title = {A representation of horizontal sound location in the inferior colliculus of the mustache bat ({P}teronotus p.\ parnellii).},
    url = {http://view.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4077745},
    volume = {20},
    year = {1985}
}

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Horizontal localizations are population-coded in the central nucleus of the mustache bat inferior colliculus.