Ramesh Rajan
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Effect of unilateral partial cochlear lesions in adult cats on the representation of lesioned and unlesioned cochleas in primary auditory cortex
R Rajan, DRF Irvine, LZ Wise, P Heil
Journal of Comparative Neurology 338 (1), 17-49, 1993
4081993
Cortical reorganization in patients with high frequency cochlear hearing loss
V Dietrich, M Nieschalk, W Stoll, R Rajan, C Pantev
Hearing research 158 (1-2), 95-101, 2001
1832001
Effect of electrical stimulation of the crossed olivocochlear bundle on temporary threshold shifts in auditory sensitivity. I. Dependence on electrical stimulation parameters
R Rajan
Journal of Neurophysiology 60 (2), 549-568, 1988
1811988
Receptor organ damage causes loss of cortical surround inhibition without topographic map plasticity
R Rajan
Nature neuroscience 1 (2), 138-143, 1998
1721998
Sensitivity of neurons in cat primary auditory cortex to tones and frequency-modulated stimuli. II: Organization of response properties along the ‘isofrequency’dimension
P Heil, R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Hearing research 63 (1-2), 135-156, 1992
1571992
Azimuthal sensitivity of neurons in primary auditory cortex of cats. I. Types of sensitivity and the effects of variations in stimulus parameters
R Rajan, LM Aitkin, DR Irvine, J McKay
Journal of Neurophysiology 64 (3), 872-887, 1990
1511990
Topographic representation of tone intensity along the isofrequency axis of cat primary auditory cortex
P Heil, R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Hearing research 76 (1-2), 188-202, 1994
1491994
Neuronal responses across cortical field A1 in plasticity induced by peripheral auditory organ damage
R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Audiology and Neurotology 3 (2-3), 123-144, 1998
1381998
Sensitivity of neurons in cat primary auditory cortex to tones and frequency-modulated stimuli. I: Effects of variation of stimulus parameters
P Heil, R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Hearing research 63 (1-2), 108-134, 1992
1301992
Rapid changes in the frequency tuning of neurons in cat auditory cortex resulting from pure-tone-induced temporary threshold shift
MB Calford, R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Neuroscience 55 (4), 953-964, 1993
1051993
Azimuthal sensitivity of neurons in primary auditory cortex of cats. II. Organization along frequency-band strips
R Rajan, LM Aitkin, DR Irvine
Journal of neurophysiology 64 (3), 888-902, 1990
1011990
Ageing without hearing loss or cognitive impairment causes a decrease in speech intelligibility only in informational maskers
R Rajan, KE Cainer
Neuroscience 154 (2), 784-795, 2008
952008
Centrifugal pathways protect hearing sensitivity at the cochlea in noisy environments that exacerbate the damage induced by loud sound
R Rajan
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (17), 6684-6693, 2000
952000
Environmental enrichment and the sensory brain: the role of enrichment in remediating brain injury
DS Alwis, R Rajan
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 8, 156, 2014
932014
Electrical stimulation of the inferior colliculus at low rates protects the cochlea from auditory desensitization
R Rajan
Brain research 506 (2), 192-204, 1990
931990
Plasticity of excitation and inhibition in the receptive field of primary auditory cortical neurons after limited receptor organ damage
R Rajan
Cerebral Cortex 11 (2), 171-182, 2001
912001
Effect of electrical stimulation of the crossed olivocochlear bundle on temporary threshold shifts in auditory sensitivity. II. Dependence on the level of temporary threshold …
R Rajan
Journal of neurophysiology 60 (2), 569-579, 1988
891988
Crossed cochlear influences on monaural temporary threshold shifts
R Rajan, BM Johnstone
Hearing research 9 (3), 279-294, 1983
871983
Absence of plasticity of the frequency map in dorsal cochlear nucleus of adult cats after unilateral partial cochlear lesions
R Rajan, DRF Irvine
Journal of Comparative Neurology 399 (1), 35-46, 1998
791998
Binaural acoustic stimulation exercises protective effects at the cochlea that mimic the effects of electrical stimulation of an auditory efferent pathway
R Rajan, BM Johnstone
Brain research 459 (2), 241-255, 1988
781988
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