Figure 7 Tuning curves for auditory nerve fibers showing the responsiveness of different auditory nerve fibers to tones of different frequencies (from Yost, 2000).

the spectrum where the most energy occurs in the vowel's spectrum (i.e., the vowel formants), and the changes over time represent the temporal structure of the vowel waveform, most notably the periodic modulation due to the opening and closing of the vocal cords. Thus, Fig. 9 represents a simulation of the neural code for frequency, intensity, and timing provided by the auditory periphery.

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