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The effects of aging on temporal processing in the rat inferior colliculus
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Sivaramakrishnan, S. & Oliver, D. L. Distinct K + currents results in physiologically distinct cell types in the inferior colliculus of the rat. J. Neurosci. 21, – ().Cited by: 5. Pathobiology of the Aging Rat [Mohr, U., Dungworth, D.L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pathobiology of the Aging RatFormat: Hardcover.
Auditory beat stimulation may be a promising new tool for the manipulation of cognitive processes and the modulation of mood states. Here, we aim to review the literature examining the most current applications of auditory beat stimulation and its targets. We give a brief overview of research on auditory steady-state responses and its relationship to auditory beat stimulation (ABS).Cited by: The inner ear consists of the cochlea and several non-auditory structures. The cochlea has three fluid-filled sections (i.e. the scala media, scala tympani and scala vestibuli), and supports a fluid wave driven by pressure across the basilar membrane separating two of the sections. Strikingly, one section, called the cochlear duct or scala media, contains endolymph.
March Speech-in-noise representation in the aging midbrain and cortex: Effects of hearing loss Alessandro PresaccoID 0 2 3 Jonathan Z. SimonID 2 3 Samira Anderson 1 2 3 0 Department of Otolaryngology, University of California, Irvine, CA, United States of America, 2 Center for Hearing Research, University of California, Irvine, CA, United States of America, 3 Department of Electrical Cited by: GABAA - mediated inhibition is necessary for sustained activity in the inferior colliculus of the rat Sivaramakrishnan S., Oliver D.L. Jan; Axons from anteroventral cochlear nucleus that terminate in medial superior olive of cat: observations related to delay lines.
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The authors did report a trend toward encountering fewer E/I units in the aged rat inferior colliculus than in the young rat inferior colliculus. These same authors published a follow-up study that investigated the effects of age on monaural response properties to simple sinusoidal stimuli in the Fisher rat (Palombi and Caspary, b).
Aging is often considered to affect both the peripheral (i.e. the cochlea) and central (brainstem and thalamus-cortex) auditory systems. We investigated the effects of aging on the cochlea. The study used frequency-modulated (FM) sweep stimuli to examine the effects of aging on auditory temporal processing at a subcortical level, specifically in the inferior colliculus (IC).
Extracellular single-unit recordings were made from the IC of young and old Long-Evans Hooded rats in response to linear FM sweeps that changed both in speed andAuthor: Hyo Jin Lee.
In rats, aging was associated with deterioration of temporal processing speed in A1 neurons, which was not present in lower structures such as the inferior colliculus and auditory thalamus.
Willott JF () Effects of aging, hearing loss, and anatomical location on thresholds of inferior colliculus neurons in C57BL/6 and CBA mice.
Journal of Neurophysiology – PubMed Google ScholarCited by: Furthermore, in the temporal domain, the minimal silent gap thresholds to Gaussian noises were significantly longer in aged rats. Hence, these results highlight that spectral and temporal auditory processing in the superior colliculus are impaired during by: 1.
Auditory information comes from the eyes, passes through the inferior colliculus, then the MGN, and finally reaches the superior region of the temporal lobe. As it passes through the temporal lobe, sound info is processed with increasing complexity, and shared with the parietal and frontal lobes.
Effects of aging, hearing loss, and anatomical location on thresholds of inferior colliculus neurons in C57BL/6 and CBA mice.
Willott JF. Multiple-unit threshold curves (MTCs) were obtained from inferior colliculus (IC) neurons across much of the (approximately yr) life-span of two inbred mouse strains: the C57BL/6, which undergoes Cited by: Mendelson JR and Lui B () The effects of aging on temporal processing speed in the auditory system: a comparison between the inferior colliculus, medial geniculate nucleus, and auditory cortex.
Hearing Research – PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. Effects of aging on peripheral and central auditory processing in rats. Related to these, this study examines the auditory directional maps in the deep layers of the superior colliculus of the rat.
Hence, anesthetized Sprague-Dawley adult (10 months) and aged (22 months) rats underwent distortion product of otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) to Cited by: 5. Age-Related Hearing Loss: Inhibition-Excitation Balance in the Rat Inferior Colliculus Aging and the Brain Aging is a relatively new problem in the span of evolution.
Many species live only long enough to reproduce and ensure their offspring become self-sufficient (Gross, ). AccordingAuthor: Sydney Cason. "Age-related differences in auditory processing as assessed by amplitude-modulation following responses in quiet and in noise" Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, Vol.
2, Wang X, Lu T, Bendor D and Bartlett E. "Neural coding of temporal information in auditory thalamus and cortex" Neuroscience Vol.
No. 1, pp.Book Section. Bartlett, E. The functional organization of the medial geniculate body and its role in sound processing. In: Neurobiology of Hearing, Oliver, D., Ed. Fig. 1A, B. Thymidine-radiograms of the inferior colliculus from an adult rat in which proliferating cells were tagged on days E17+ Coronal sections from a rostral (A) and a caudal (B) level.
Scale: grn superior colliculus (unpublished observations). Within the inferior colliculus differences were noted.
Neurons with different temporal firing patterns in the inferior colliculus of the little brown bat differentially process sinusoidal amplitude-modulated signals. Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Sensory, Neural and Behavioral Physiology –Cited by: 8. An ubiquitous finding in cognitive aging research is a reduction in the speed of perceptual and mental processing with advancing age .
In fact, when reaction times are used to study the "timeliness" in cognitive functions, seniors are, on average, slower than younger adults, irrespective of the tasks or the experimental procedure (Baron and Cerella,as cited in Kemmer et al.
). Age and stimulus rise time (RT) effects on response latency were investigated for inferior colliculus (IC) neurons in young-adult and old CBA mice.
Single-unit responses were recorded to unmodulated and sinusoidal amplitude modulated (SAM) broadband noise carriers, presented at 35 to 80 dB SPL. Data from 63 young-adult and 76 old phasic units were analyzed to identify the time interval between Cited by: Introduction.
Aging exerts major reorganization and remodeling at all levels of brain structure and function. Although there is a growing body of information about age-related changes at the cellular and molecular levels, little is known about how aging affects the way in which neurons process and integrate sensory by: Descending projections to the inferior colliculus from the posterior thalamus and the auditory cortex in rat, cat, and monkey Je¡ery A.
Winer a;!, Michelle L. Chernock, David T. Larue, Steven W. Cheung b a Division of Neurobiology, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CAUSA b Coleman Memorial Laboratory and W.M. Keck Center. Pippin, James A., "Age Related Loss of GABA Neurotransmittion in the Inferior Colliculus of the Rat: Implications for Presbycusis" ().Honors t l.
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