The Auditory System in Sleep

The Auditory System in Sleep, Second Edition presents a view of a sensory system working in a different state, that of the sleeping brain. This updated edition contains new chapters on topics such as implanted deaf patients and sleep and tinnitus treatments. It is written for basic auditory system and sleep researchers, as well as practitioners and clinicians in the Auditory/Sensory Neurosciences and Sleep Medicine. As the auditory system is always “open , thus receiving information from the environment and the body itself (conscious and unconscious data), the incoming sensory information may alter sleep and waking physiology, and conversely, the sleeping brain. This book draws information from evoked potentials, fMRI, PET, SPECT, lesions, and more. Contains new chapters on topics such as implanted deaf patients and sleep and tinnitus treatments during sleep Written for researchers and clinical practitioners in the auditory sciences, sleep medicine and sensory neuroscience

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  • Author : Ricardo Velluti
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 236 pages
  • ISBN : 0128104783
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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The Auditory System in Sleep

The Auditory System in Sleep
  • Author : Ricardo Velluti
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 20 April 2018
GET THIS BOOKThe Auditory System in Sleep

The Auditory System in Sleep, Second Edition presents a view of a sensory system working in a different state, that of the sleeping brain. This updated edition contains new chapters on topics such as implanted deaf patients and sleep and tinnitus treatments. It is written for basic auditory system and sleep researchers, as well as practitioners and clinicians in the Auditory/Sensory Neurosciences and Sleep Medicine. As the auditory system is always “open , thus receiving information from the environment and

The Auditory System in Sleep

The Auditory System in Sleep
  • Author : Ricardo Velluti
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 28 July 2010
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The Auditory System in Sleep presents for the first time a view of a sensory system working in a different state-that of the sleeping brain. The auditory system is always “open receiving information from the environment and the body itself (conscious and unconscious data). Even during sleep the auditory information is processed, although in a different way. This book draws information from evoked potentials, fMRI, PET, SPECT, lesions, etc., together with electrophysiological online data in order to depict how the

Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss
  • Author : National Research Council,Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education,Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences,Committee on Disability Determination for Individuals with Hearing Impairments
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 17 December 2004
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Millions of Americans experience some degree of hearing loss. The Social Security Administration (SSA) operates programs that provide cash disability benefits to people with permanent impairments like hearing loss, if they can show that their impairments meet stringent SSA criteria and their earnings are below an SSA threshold. The National Research Council convened an expert committee at the request of the SSA to study the issues related to disability determination for people with hearing loss. This volume is the product

Auditory Efferent System: New Insights from Cortex to Cochlea

Auditory Efferent System: New Insights from Cortex to Cochlea
  • Author : Paul H. Delano,Ana B. Elgoyhen
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release : 06 September 2016
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The main function of the sensory systems is the transducing of external stimuli into bioelectrical signals, which are conducted through afferent pathways from sensory epithelia to the brain. However, it is known that descending projections are ubiquitous in the different sensory modalities, and in the case of auditory efferents connect the cerebral cortex with sensory receptor cells. Several functions have been attributed to the efferent system, including protection to acoustic trauma, unmasking of auditory stimuli in background noise, balance of

Noise and the Brain

Noise and the Brain
  • Author : Jos J. Eggermont
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 12 September 2013
GET THIS BOOKNoise and the Brain

In our industrialized world, we are surrounded by occupational, recreational, and environmental noise. Very loud noise damages the inner-ear receptors and results in hearing loss, subsequent problems with communication in the presence of background noise, and, potentially, social isolation. There is much less public knowledge about the noise exposure that produces only temporary hearing loss but that in the long term results in hearing problems due to the damage of high-threshold auditory nerve fibers. Early exposures of this kind, such

Transmission and Coding of Information in Auditory Nervous System

Transmission and Coding of Information in Auditory Nervous System
  • Author : BOLT BERANEK AND NEWMAN INC CAMBRIDGE MASS.
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 20 September 1964
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Research conducted on the electrophysiological aspects of the auditory nervous system, the neural activity during learning, and the different stages of alertness during sleep is outlined. Summaries are presented for the following research studies: (1) Long Duration Auditory Evoked Potentials in Man During Sleep, (2) The Effects of Midbrain Lesions on Cortical Responses to Acoustic Stimuli, (3) Differences in the Functions of the Two Cerebral Hemispheres, (4) The Use of Anatomical and Physiological Evidence in Theory Construction, and (5) Temporal Pattern Discrimination in Lower Animals

Sleep Disorders and Sleep Deprivation

Sleep Disorders and Sleep Deprivation
  • Author : Institute of Medicine,Board on Health Sciences Policy,Committee on Sleep Medicine and Research
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 13 October 2006
GET THIS BOOKSleep Disorders and Sleep Deprivation

Clinical practice related to sleep problems and sleep disorders has been expanding rapidly in the last few years, but scientific research is not keeping pace. Sleep apnea, insomnia, and restless legs syndrome are three examples of very common disorders for which we have little biological information. This new book cuts across a variety of medical disciplines such as neurology, pulmonology, pediatrics, internal medicine, psychiatry, psychology, otolaryngology, and nursing, as well as other medical practices with an interest in the management

Auditory Processing Deficits

Auditory Processing Deficits
  • Author : Vishakha Rawool
  • Publisher : Thieme
  • Release : 30 October 2015
GET THIS BOOKAuditory Processing Deficits

Auditory Processing Deficits is designed to provide readers with key clinical information on APD, an important, growing area of interest in the field of audiology. The book contains the latest guidelines on screening, diagnosis, and intervention of auditory processing deficits and includes key information on related assessment tools and management strategies. Key Features: More than 300 high-quality, full-color illustrations help readers understand complex topics Graphics showing clinical research data aid in comprehension and retention of difficult concepts Case examples facilitate the

Auditory System

Auditory System
  • Author : E. de Boer,W. Connor,H. Davis,J.J. Eggermont,R. Galambos,C.D. Geisler,G.M. Gerken,H.E. von Gierke,C.S. Hallpike,E.Jr. Hawkins,S.A. Hillyard,W.D. Keidel,D.E. Parker,T.W. Picton,W. Rudmose,F.B. Simmons,G. Stange,C.R. Steele,J. Tonndorf,M.E. Wigand,F. Zöllner
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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after heated and often bitter debates, SIEBENMANN'S opinion finally prevailed, i. e. , a contribution to cochlear lesions due to vibrations of the floor transmitted via bone conduction could not be demonstrated. For one thing, it was hard to see how appreciable amounts of energy could reach the ears in this manner, considering the attenuation that is bound to occur across each of the many joints along the pathway involved. In some older audiological surveys conducted in industry (e. g. , TEMKIN, 1933),

Endogenous Sleep Substances and Sleep Regulation

Endogenous Sleep Substances and Sleep Regulation
  • Author : Shojiro Inoué,Alexander A. Borbély
  • Publisher : VSP
  • Release : 01 December 1985
GET THIS BOOKEndogenous Sleep Substances and Sleep Regulation

This volume provides the first major overview, by eminent authorities on the subject, of recent developments in the field of endogenous substances and their regulation of sleep processes. The first two sections discuss general aspects of sleep regulation; including an historical overview, the restorative and adaptive functions of sleep, and evolutionary features. The third section contains contributions focussing on circadian rhythms in relation to humoral factors, hormones, neurotransmitters and metabolism. The sleep substances currently receiving most attention --- delta-sleep-inducing-peptide (DSIP),

The Human Auditory System

The Human Auditory System
  • Author : Gastone G. Celesia,Gregory Hickok
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 06 March 2015
GET THIS BOOKThe Human Auditory System

The Human Auditory System: Fundamental Organization and Clinical Disorders provides a comprehensive and focused reference on the neuroscience of hearing and the associated neurological diagnosis and treatment of auditory disorders. This reference looks at this dynamic area of basic research, a multidisciplinary endeavor with contributions from neuroscience, clinical neurology, cognitive neuroscience, cognitive science communications disorders, and psychology, and its dramatic clinical application. A focused reference on the neuroscience of hearing and clinical disorders Covers both basic brain science, key methodologies

Auditory System

Auditory System
  • Author : E. de Boer,W. Connor,H. Davis,J.J. Eggermont,R. Galambos,C.D. Geisler,G.M. Gerken,H.E. von Gierke,C.S. Hallpike,E.Jr. Hawkins,S.A. Hillyard,W.D. Keidel,D.E. Parker,T.W. Picton,W. Rudmose,F.B. Simmons,G. Stange,C.R. Steele,J. Tonndorf,M.E. Wigand,F. Zöllner
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 01 November 1976
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after heated and often bitter debates, SIEBENMANN'S opinion finally prevailed, i. e. , a contribution to cochlear lesions due to vibrations of the floor transmitted via bone conduction could not be demonstrated. For one thing, it was hard to see how appreciable amounts of energy could reach the ears in this manner, considering the attenuation that is bound to occur across each of the many joints along the pathway involved. In some older audiological surveys conducted in industry (e. g. , TEMKIN, 1933),