PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Semicircular Canals, Auditory Cortex, Eardrum

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It funnels in frequency that corresponds to human speech. Ossicles the smallest three bones in our body. The fluid is changed inside the cochlear when sound waves come. How to fluid moves it will move the hair cells. Hair cells turn the information in the environment into neuron information. The hair cell with bend is where transduction occurs and signals are sent for analysis. The ear may be picking up the sound perfectly. But not properly relayed to the brain because the information is not transferring. If cilia is damaged, the cilia dies and don"t come back. They cannot hear a certain frequency of sound. They fade over time, and you lose sensitivity to the sound. If your system isn"t aplifying the sound properly to the cilia. In the temporal lobe, there are a strip of brain for different frequencies. The tectum is a very important area for sound localization.

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