File:Noise-invariant-Neurons-in-the-Avian-Auditory-Cortex-Hearing-the-Song-in-Noise-pcbi.1002942.s006.oga

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English: An example of a Zebra finch song labeled as a signal since it will be masked (in Audio S4) and recovered (in Audio S3).
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Source Audio S6 from Moore R, Lee T, Theunissen F (2013). "Noise-invariant Neurons in the Avian Auditory Cortex: Hearing the Song in Noise". PLOS Computational Biology. DOI:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002942. PMID 23388716. PMC: 3591274.
Author Moore R, Lee T, Theunissen F
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