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The "Place theory of pitch perception" proposes that A) the location of a sound is coded using time of arrival cues from both ears B) the specific point on the basilar membrane in the cochlea where the fluid wave peaks and maximally bends the hair cells is used as a frequency cue. C) the number of nerve impulses per second that are sent to the brain match the frequency of the sound D) the nerve impulses per second that are sent to the brain match the amplitude of the sound waves E) the location of a sound is coded in the occipital cortex

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