Browsing Theses & Dissertations by Author "Jaramillo, Santiago"

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  • Mejia, Angelica (University of Oregon, 2022)
    Linguistic research has revealed that humans and animals can learn to discriminate sounds through both active training and passive exposure, but the changes in neural coding that occur as a result of these two types of ...
  • Lakunina, Anna (University of Oregon, 2021-09-13)
    The natural acoustic environment is very noisy, with sounds coming from many sources and containing many overlapping frequency components. To navigate this environment, it is necessary for animals to be able to decompose ...
  • Bauer, Temerity (University of Oregon, 2022)
    To understand the world around us, the auditory system of our brains discriminates between different sounds to interpret our surroundings. Normally, simple sounds (like pure tones) are used to study the neural mechanisms ...
  • Ponvert, Nicholas (University of Oregon, 2019-09-18)
    For many species, the ability to use information about sound to guide behavior is important for obtaining rewards such as food, mates, or respite from danger. The neural pathways that associate sounds with actions that ...

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