Suggested Reading

Brugge, J. F., and Reale, R. A. (1985). Auditory cortex. In Cerebral Cortex. Vol. 4. Association and Auditory Cortices (A. Peters and E. G. Jones, Eds.), pp. 329-351. Plenum, New York.

De Ribaupierre, F. (1997). Acoustical information processing in the auditory thalamus and cerebral cortex. In The Central Auditory System (E. G. Romand, Ed.), pp. 317-397. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford.

Fitch, R. H., Miller, S., and Tallal, P. (1997). Neurobiology of speech perception. Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 20, 331-353.

Fitzpatrick, K., and Imig, T. (1982). Organization of auditory connections. In Multiple Auditory Areas (C. Woolsey, Ed.), Vol. 3, pp. 71-109. Humana Press, Clifton, NJ.

Handel, S. (1989). Listening. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

Kaas, J. H., Hackett, T. A., and Tramo, M. J. (1999). Auditory processing in primate cerebral cortex. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 9, 164-170.

Marin, O. S. M., and Perry, D. W. (1999). Neurological aspects of music perception and performance. In The Psychology of Music, Second Edition (D. Deutsch, Ed.), pp. 653-724. Academic Press, San Diego.

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Naatanen, R., and Alho, K. (1997). Mismatch negativity—The measure for central sound representation accuracy. Audiol. Neuro-Otol. 2, 341-353.

Rauschecker, J. P. (1998). Cortical processing of complex sounds.

Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 8, 516-521. Rauschecker, J. P. (1999). Auditory cortical plasticity: A comparison with other sensory systems. Trends Neurosci. 22, 74-80. Syka, J. (Ed.) (1997). Acoustical Signal Processing in the Central

Auditory System. Kluwer Plenum, New York. Whitfield, I. C. (1985). The role of auditory cortex in behavior. In Cerebral Cortex. Vol. 4. Association and Auditory Cortices (A. Peters and E. G. Jones, Eds.), pp. 329-351. Plenum, New York. Zatorre, R. J., and Binder, J. R. (2000). Functional and structural imaging of the human auditory system. In Brain Mapping: The Systems (A. W. Toga and J. C. Mazziota, Eds.), pp. 365-402. Academic Press, San Diego.

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