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His main research concerns Cochlea, Anatomy, Neuroscience, Guinea pig and Audiology. Donald Robertson interconnects Inner ear, Dynamic range and Brainstem in the investigation of issues within Cochlea. His research combines Nucleus and Anatomy.
His study looks at the relationship between Neuroscience and fields such as Glutamate receptor, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Guinea pig research incorporates elements of Intensity and Electrophysiology. His work deals with themes such as Somatosensory evoked potential, Cognition, Elementary cognitive task and Eye movement, which intersect with Audiology.
His primary areas of study are Cochlea, Neuroscience, Anatomy, Electrophysiology and Audiology. His work focuses on many connections between Cochlea and other disciplines, such as Inner ear, that overlap with his field of interest in Central nervous system. His Inferior colliculus, Cochlear nucleus, Brainstem, Superior olivary complex and Neuron investigations are all subjects of Neuroscience research.
In most of his Anatomy studies, his work intersects topics such as Guinea pig. His biological study deals with issues like Medial geniculate nucleus, which deal with fields such as Sensory gating. His Audiology study combines topics in areas such as Neural substrate and Noise.
His primary areas of study are Nuclear physics, Neuroscience, Inferior colliculus, Tinnitus and Audiology. Donald Robertson has included themes like Hair cell, Cochlea and Auditory cortex in his Inferior colliculus study. His Cochlea research includes themes of Compound muscle action potential, Guinea pig, Furosemide and Midbrain.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hearing loss and Bursting. His work carried out in the field of Audiology brings together such families of science as Noise, Electrophysiology and Neural substrate. His work in Brainstem addresses subjects such as Biocytin, which are connected to disciplines such as Nucleus, Anatomy, Fourth ventricle and Trapezoid body.
His primary areas of investigation include Audiology, Inferior colliculus, Cochlea, Tinnitus and Neuroscience. His study in Cochlea is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Guinea pig, Neuron and Auditory cortex. His research integrates issues of Compound muscle action potential, Hair cell, Tonotopy, Cochlear nucleus and Hearing loss in his study of Tinnitus.
His Cochlear nucleus study incorporates themes from Unilateral hearing loss, Electrophysiology and Monaural. In general Neuroscience study, his work on Midbrain, Somatosensory system and Trapezoid body often relates to the realm of Ephrin A5, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Donald Robertson combines subjects such as Neural substrate and Brainstem with his study of Midbrain.
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Plasticity of frequency organization in auditory cortex of guinea pigs with partial unilateral deafness.
Donald Robertson;Dexter R. F. Irvine.
The Journal of Comparative Neurology (1989)
Differential enhancement of early and late components of the cerebral somatosensory evoked potentials during forced-paced cognitive tasks in man
Jean Edouard Desmedt;Donald Robertson.
The Journal of Physiology (1977)
Diversity of characteristic frequency rate-intensity functions in guinea pig auditory nerve fibres.
Ian M. Winter;Donald Robertson;Graeme K. Yates.
Hearing Research (1990)
Functional significance of dendritic swelling after loud sounds in the guinea pig cochlea.
Hearing Research (1983)
Basilar membrane nonlinearity determines auditory nerve rate-intensity functions and cochlear dynamic range.
Graeme K. Yates;Ian M. Winter;Donald Robertson.
Hearing Research (1990)
Horseradish peroxidase injection of physiologically characterized afferent and efferent neurones in the guinea pig spiral ganglion.
Hearing Research (1984)
Recordings from slices indicate that octopus cells of the cochlear nucleus detect coincident firing of auditory nerve fibers with temporal precision
N.L. Golding;Donald Robertson;D. Oertel.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1995)
Hyperactivity in the auditory midbrain after acoustic trauma: dependence on cochlear activity
Wilhelmina Mulders;Donald Robertson.
Physiological and morphological characterization of efferent neurones in the guinea pig cochlea.
Donald Robertson;Mark Gummer.
Hearing Research (1985)
Kainic acid selectively alters auditory dendrites connected with cochlear inner hair cells
R. Pujol;M. Lenoir;D. Robertson;M. Eybalin.
Hearing Research (1985)
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