Heschl's Gyrus

Cijadrachon cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Wed Mar 3 12:57:08 EST 1999


>How do our brains analyze temporal structure in sound?

Already the prestages of what you are asking here are usually regarded
as sort of taboo.  

On trip I gave prestages a rough shot anyway the other day. 
I am not exactly a health freak, 
and even I came to the conclusion that it IS taboo.
Instead of expected cancer danger red alert 
it was so bad, that I invented violet alert to name the health factor.

Apart from that I am not fool enough to believe that I can get all
areas of my brain with all subareas to tune for temporal subareas
subatomically and analyze them in sound,
to then observe the how.



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