The ultimate target of afferent auditory information is the auditory cortex although the auditory cortex has a number of subdivisions a broad distinction can be made between a primary area and peripheral or belt areas. D barbour in encyclopedia of neuroscience 2009 auditory cortex represents the highest level of the auditory system in mammals while much is known about the processing features and structures of subcortical auditory circuits the specific roles of even the major auditory cortical areas remain somewhat elusive. Function of the auditory cortex classically two main functional regions have been described in auditory cortex primary auditory cortex ai composed of neurons involved in decoding the cochleotopic and tonotopic spatial representation of a stimulus. The auditory cortex is the part of the brain that processes sensory information in the form of sound while the area is not directly or completely responsible for the hearing it is essential to processing and understanding sounds
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