生物物理
Online ISSN : 1347-4219
Print ISSN : 0582-4052
ISSN-L : 0582-4052
耳のずれたフクロウ:聴覚空間認識の脳内機構
藤田 一郎
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1992 年 32 巻 3 号 p. 147-153

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Barn owls localize sound most accurately among all animals. Studies on the brain mechanisms of their sound localization represent a case where many important questions in sensory physiology can be addressed in a straightforward way. This article will review our current understanding of how neurons in the owl's auditory system create their selectivity to position of sounds.

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