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May 10 – Last lecture Lindsey will hold review session today from 4:00-5:00 McC – 4 th flr – Rm 272

May 10 – Last lecture Lindsey will hold review session today from 4:00-5:00 McC – 4 th flr – Rm 272

May 10 – Last lecture Lindsey will hold review session today from 4:00-5:00 McC – 4 th flr – Rm 272. Early theories emphasized similarity between language and music: communication - both have organized sounds that convey meaning

By omer
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Histology Slides for Special Senses

Histology Slides for Special Senses

Histology Slides for Special Senses. Slides are presented in order of magnification if different view are presented. As you view the following slides make sure you can accomplish these goals: Can you identify the tissue observable on the slides?

By ketan
(938 views)

Auditory Sensation (Hearing) L13

Auditory Sensation (Hearing) L13

Auditory Sensation (Hearing) L13. Faisal I. Mohammed, MD, PhD. Objectives. Define decibel (intensity) and Hz (frequency) Describe the ossicular system and explain its function Follow up sound transmission up to the cochlea Outline the structure of cochlea, and the organ of Corti

By mandel
(247 views)

Chapter 15 Special Senses

Chapter 15 Special Senses

Chapter 15 Special Senses. Part 3 Dr. Angela Peterson-Ford. Ear Ossicles. The tympanic cavity contains three small bones: the malleus, incus, and stapes Transmit vibratory motion of the eardrum to the oval window Dampened by the tensor tympani and stapedius muscles. Ear Ossicles.

By ghada
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Fundamentals of Hearing

Fundamentals of Hearing

Fundamentals of Hearing. A summary of phenomena, one view of mechanism, and considerations related to audio. But first a Word on Audio and Acoustics. The Origins of Audio Audio, in the way we use it here, is the technology, science, and art of recording or creating something to be played back

By Antony
(119 views)

AUDITORY PHYSIOLOGY

AUDITORY PHYSIOLOGY

AUDITORY PHYSIOLOGY. Mr. Arjun Maitra Assistant Professor Dept. of Physiology PCMS&RC. TO MY STUDENTS HERE I HAVE TRIED TO SIMPLIFY THE HUGE SUBJECT WITH ANIMATIONS, DIAGRAMS, FLOW CHARTS & RELEVENT MCQs. DIFFERENT TEXT BOOKS AND REFERENCE BOOKS HAVE BEEN USED FOR

By jena
(104 views)

Central Auditory System

Central Auditory System

Central Auditory System. I. Tonotopic organization (i.e . frequency map in the central auditory system) ​- Sound is represented tonotopically in the cochlea, which results in tonotopy in the auditory nerve fibers. .

By freira
(212 views)

Sensation and Perception

Sensation and Perception

Sensation and Perception. Kyle Kahler and Becky Marx. Introduction.

By eara
(54 views)

Hearing

Hearing

By: Ellie Erehart, Angie Barco, Maggie Rieger, Tj Myers and Kameron Thomas . Hearing . What does hearing do?. Provides you with the ability to locate objects in space Tell us what we can’t see Audition : the act, sense, or power of hearing. Something that is heard.

By joy
(161 views)

7: Audition, the Body Senses, and the Chemical Senses

7: Audition, the Body Senses, and the Chemical Senses

Biological Bases of Behavior. 7: Audition, the Body Senses, and the Chemical Senses. Sound Waves. 7. 2. Divisions of the Ear . Outer ear: Channel to tympanic membrane Middle ear: Ossicles Inner ear: Cochlea. 7. 3. The Cochlea . The cochlea is formed from three chambers:

By alden
(291 views)

The Special Senses Part C

The Special Senses Part C

The Special Senses Part C. 15. Ear Ossicles. The tympanic cavity contains three small bones: the malleus, incus, and stapes Transmit vibratory motion of the eardrum to the oval window. Ear Ossicles. Figure 15.26. Inner Ear. Bony labyrinth

By shawna
(123 views)

15

15

15. The Special Senses: Part C. The Ear: Hearing and Balance. The three parts of the ear are the inner , outer , and middle ear The outer and middle ear are involved with hearing The inner ear functions in both hearing and equilibrium Receptors for hearing and balance :

By janus
(247 views)

Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. The Ear and Auditory System. Sound waves. If a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to hear it …. Distinguish between perceptual qualities and physical qualities. The physical quality relevant for hearing is mechanical disturbances in particular media.

By glora
(99 views)

Secondary Receptor Cell (Hair Cells)

Secondary Receptor Cell (Hair Cells)

Secondary Receptor Cell (Hair Cells). No axon Output in form of secretion of chemical transmitter agent. Hair Cells. Inner Hair Cells. Outer Hair Cells. Inner Hair Cells (IHC).

By zuzela
(116 views)

Sensory Systems

Sensory Systems

Sensory Systems. Mechanoreceptors. Transform mechanical stimuli into electrical signals All organisms (and most cells) sense and respond to mechanical stimuli Two main types of mechanoreceptor proteins: ENaC Epithelial sodium channels TRP channels Transient receptor potential channels

By dasan
(239 views)


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