The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Inferior colliculus, Neuroscience, Inhibitory postsynaptic potential, Stimulus and Excitatory postsynaptic potential. Ellen Covey interconnects Habituation, Audiology, Communication, Duration and Sound in the investigation of issues within Inferior colliculus. Her Habituation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Stimulus modality and Inferior Colliculi.
Her Neuroscience study often links to related topics such as Anatomy. Her studies in Midbrain integrate themes in fields like Binaural recording, Patch clamp and Neuron. Her Human echolocation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Motor system, Auditory system and Brainstem.
Ellen Covey mainly focuses on Inferior colliculus, Neuroscience, Stimulus, Lateral lemniscus and Anatomy. Her research integrates issues of Electrophysiology, Communication, Midbrain, Human echolocation and Cochlear nucleus in her study of Inferior colliculus. As part of the same scientific family, Ellen Covey usually focuses on Communication, concentrating on Eptesicus fuscus and intersecting with Acoustics.
Auditory system, Brainstem, Inhibitory postsynaptic potential, Auditory cortex and Auditory nuclei are the primary areas of interest in her Neuroscience study. Her Stimulus research integrates issues from Habituation, Auditory midbrain, Neuron and Stimulus modality. Her work in Anatomy addresses issues such as Medial geniculate body, which are connected to fields such as Thalamus.
Ellen Covey mainly investigates Neuroscience, Inferior colliculus, Stimulus, Eptesicus fuscus and GABAA receptor. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Communication and Neuroscience. Her study looks at the relationship between Inferior colliculus and topics such as Human echolocation, which overlap with Stimulus frequency, Inferior Colliculi, Zoology, Eptesicus and Auditory system.
The Stimulus study combines topics in areas such as Binaural recording and Electrophysiology. The concepts of her Eptesicus fuscus study are interwoven with issues in Acoustics, Duration, Sound and Speech recognition. Her GABAA receptor research includes elements of gamma-Aminobutyric acid, Neuron, Bioinformatics and Midbrain.
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Neural tuning for sound duration: role of inhibitory mechanisms in the inferior colliculus.
J. H. Casseday;D. Ehrlich;E. Covey.
Stimulus-specific adaptation in the inferior colliculus of the anesthetized rat.
Manuel S. Malmierca;Salvatore Cristaudo;David Pérez-González;Ellen Covey.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2009)
Whole-Cell Patch-Clamp Recording Reveals Subthreshold Sound-Evoked Postsynaptic Currents in the Inferior Colliculus of Awake Bats
Ellen Covey;Julie A. Kauer;John H. Casseday.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1996)
The monaural nuclei of the lateral lemniscus in an echolocating bat: parallel pathways for analyzing temporal features of sound.
E Covey;JH Casseday.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1991)
Stimulus-specific adaptation in the auditory thalamus of the anesthetized rat.
Flora M. Antunes;Israel Nelken;Ellen Covey;Manuel S. Malmierca.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Novelty detector neurons in the mammalian auditory midbrain.
David Pérez-González;Manuel S. Malmierca;Ellen Covey;Ellen Covey.
European Journal of Neuroscience (2005)
A neuroethological theory of the operation of the inferior colliculus.
J.H. Casseday;E. Covey.
Brain Behavior and Evolution (1996)
The Inferior Colliculus: A Hub for the Central Auditory System
John H. Casseday;Thane Fremouw;Ellen Covey.
Social transmission of fear in rats: the role of 22-kHz ultrasonic distress vocalization.
Eun Joo Kim;Earnest S. Kim;Ellen Covey;Jeansok J. Kim.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Neural Tuning to Sound Duration in the Inferior Colliculus of the Big Brown Bat, Eptesicus fuscus
Daphna Ehrlich;John H. Casseday;Ellen Covey.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1997)
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