R. Bruce Masterton

Affiliations: 
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
Area:
auditory system
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Frost SB, Milliken GW, Plautz EJ, et al. (2000) Somatosensory and motor representations in cerebral cortex of a primitive mammal (Monodelphis domestica): a window into the early evolution of sensorimotor cortex. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 421: 29-51
Sutherland DP, Masterton RB, Glendenning KK. (1998) Role of acoustic striae in hearing: reflexive responses to elevated sound-sources. Behavioural Brain Research. 97: 1-12
Sutherland DP, Glendenning KK, Masterton RB. (1998) Role of acoustic striae in hearing: discrimination of sound-source elevation. Hearing Research. 120: 86-108
Glendenning KK, Masterton RB. (1998) Comparative morphometry of mammalian central auditory systems: variation in nuclei and form of the ascending system. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 51: 59-89
Stasiak M, Masterton RB. (1996) Auditory quality cues are more effective than auditory location cues in a R--no R (go--no go) differentiation: the extension of the rule to primitive mammals (American opossum, Didelphis virginiana). Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis. 56: 949-53
Nudo RJ, Sutherland DP, Masterton RB. (1995) Variation and evolution of mammalian corticospinal somata with special reference to primates. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 358: 181-205
Masterton RB, Granger EM, Glendenning KK. (1994) Role of acoustic striae in hearing: mechanism for enhancement of sound detection in cats. Hearing Research. 73: 209-22
Frost SB, Masterton RB. (1994) Hearing in primitive mammals: Monodelphis domestica and Marmosa elegans. Hearing Research. 76: 67-72
Nudo RJ, Sutherland DP, Masterton RB. (1993) Inter- and intra-laminar distribution of tectospinal neurons in 23 mammals. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 42: 1-23
Masterton RB, Granger EM, Glendenning KK. (1992) Psychoacoustical contribution of each lateral lemniscus. Hearing Research. 63: 57-70
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