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My current research focusses on how the frequency of a sound in analyzed by the brain. Frequency is the single most important attribute of a sound that is encoded by the auditory system, because many aspects of hearing are organized according to this feature. Within the brain, there are several channels that convey information about different aspects of the acoustic environment to higher levels. Each of these channels is organized according to frequency. These channels must merge, because the brain as whole seems to have only one representation of frequency. Presently, I am engaged in studying the process by which these channels merge by using electrophysiological and anatomical techniques.
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