Definitions

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  • adv. Done with the quality of being tonotopic
  • adv. With a spatial organization which is based upon frequency

Etymologies

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tonotopic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • The results are consistent with the view that medial regions of human auditory cortex contain tonotopically organized core and belt fields that map the basic acoustic features of sounds while surrounding higher-order parabelt regions are tuned to more abstract stimulus attributes.

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  • Neurophysiological studies have elucidated the functional organization of auditory cortex in non-human primates by mapping tonotopically organized auditory cortical fields (ACFs) and then evaluating the functional specialization of neurons in selected tonotopic and non-tonotopic regions to different stimulus features and task parameters

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  • 6 Department of Psychology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland While human auditory cortex is known to contain tonotopically organized auditory cortical fields (ACFs), little is known about how processing in these fields is modulated by other acoustic features or by attention.

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