Direct Mapping of the Corticol Tinnitus Network

Discussion in 'Research News' started by AnnaW, Dec 17, 2014.

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    1. AnnaW
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      http://myweb.uiowa.edu/pgander/AudCtx 2014 Tinnitus.pdf
      This looks quite interesting but a little too much for my brain after 9pm at night!
       
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    2. Lisa88

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      Not sure I completely get this. But if changes are shown within the central auditory cortex during residual inhibition, surely this underlines that plastic changes during t suppression are more than just perception, but actual changes within the auditory system.
      However, on the other hand, changes also shown in other areas of the brain denoting emotional and response components could add a different story.
       

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