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2000

Ohl FW, Scheich H, Freeman WJ (2000) Topographic analysis of epidural pure-tone-evoked potentials in gerbil auditory cortex. J Neurophysiol 83(5):3123-3132.[Link]

Ohl FW, Schulze H, Scheich H, Freeman WJ (2000) Spatial representation of frequency-modulated tones in gerbil auditory cortex revealed by epidural electrocorticography. J Physiol Paris 94(5-6):549-554.[Link]

1999

Ohl FW, Wetzel W, Wagner T, Rech A, Scheich H (1999) Bilateral ablation of auditory cortex in Mongolian gerbil affects discrimination of frequency modulated tones but not of pure tones. Learn Mem 6(4):347-362.[Link]

1998

Ohl FW, Scheich H (1998) Feature Extraction and Feature Interaction. Behavioural and Brain Sciences 21:278.

Wetzel W, Ohl FW, Wagner T, Scheich H (1998) Right auditory cortex lesion in Mongolian gerbils impairs discrimination of rising and falling frequency-modulated tones. Neurosci Lett 252(2):115-118.[Link]

Wetzel W, Wagner T, Ohl FW, Scheich H (1998) Categorical discrimination of direction in frequency-modulated tones by Mongolian gerbils. Behav Brain Res 91(1-2):29-39.[Link]

1997

Ohl FW, Scheich H (1997) Learning-induced dynamic receptive field changes in primary auditory cortex of the unanaesthetized Mongolian gerbil. J Comp Physiol [A] 181(6):685-696.[Link]

Ohl FW, Scheich H (1997) Orderly cortical representation of vowels based on formant interaction. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 94(17):9440-9444.[Link]

Scheich H, Stark H, Zuschratter W, Ohl FW, Simonis CE (1997) Some functions of primary auditory cortex in learning and memory formation. Adv Neurol 73:179-193.[Link]

Schulze H, Ohl FW, Heil P, Scheich H (1997) Field-specific responses in the auditory cortex of the unanaesthetized Mongolian gerbil to tones and slow frequency modulations. J Comp Physiol [A] 181(6):573-589.[Link]

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