سبد خرید  cart.gif |  حساب من |  تماس با ما |  راهنما     Search
موضوعات مرتبط
Cover image for product 1118981561
Neurobiology of Hearing
Oliver
ISBN: 978-1-118-98156-6
Hardcover
350 pages
July 2016
Title in editorial stage
  • Description

Hearing is the result of a complex process that begins with the capture of sound by the ear and ends with the neural processing of that data by the brain. Processing sounds play an important role in the way individuals interact with their environments playing a role in communication, information processing, and locating oneself. Neurobiology of Hearing provides the reader with a valuable overview of neurobiological basis of how organisms capture and perceive sound.

Neurobiology of Hearing follows the path sound takes as it is captured by the ear and travels up the brain to the cerebral cortex. The book begins with a basic introduction to sound and sound capture and culminates in how the brain processes sound and the methods used to study the auditory system. Together the book provides an essential entry point into the field of auditory neuroscience.

Wrox
Programmer to Programmer