Peter Heil

Affiliations: 
Auditory Learning & Speech Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology (LIN), Magdeburg 
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Peterson AJ, Heil P. (2021) A simplified physiological model of rate-level functions of auditory-nerve fibers. Hearing Research. 406: 108258
Peterson AJ, Heil P. (2020) Phase locking of auditory-nerve fibers: the role of lowpass filtering by hair cells. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Heil P, Peterson AJ. (2019) Nelson's notch in the rate-level functions of auditory-nerve fibers might be caused by PIEZO2-mediated reverse-polarity currents in hair cells. Hearing Research. 381: 107783
Huang Y, Heil P, Brosch M. (2019) Associations between sounds and actions in early auditory cortex of nonhuman primates. Elife. 8
Peterson AJ, Heil P. (2019) Phase locking of auditory-nerve fibers reveals stereotyped distortions and an exponential transfer function with a level-dependent slope. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Huang Y, Heil P, Brosch M. (2019) Author response: Associations between sounds and actions in early auditory cortex of nonhuman primates Elife
Peterson AJ, Huet A, Bourien J, et al. (2018) Recovery of auditory-nerve-fiber spike amplitude under natural excitation conditions. Hearing Research
Peterson AJ, Heil P. (2017) A simple model of the inner-hair-cell ribbon synapse accounts for mammalian auditory-nerve-fiber spontaneous spike times. Hearing Research
Heil P, Peterson AJ. (2016) Spike timing in auditory-nerve fibers during spontaneous activity and phase locking. Synapse (New York, N.Y.)
Huang Y, Matysiak A, Heil P, et al. (2016) Persistent neural activity in auditory cortex is related to auditory working memory in humans and nonhuman primates. Elife. 5
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