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You're right. My mistake. The cochlea is organized by a basilar tuning. Depending on the measurement of the frequency, the further it'll travel to activate the area. Fun fact the human brain can detect frequencies from 20Hz up to 20,000 Hz
Wait, you skipped a line. Seems like you have some more practicing to do.
Now, where were we? The auditory nerve cell bring the information to the primary auditory cortex in the temporal lobe . The primary auditory cortex mapped out by a tonotopic mapping. This allows for your brain to distinguish certain sounds.
Primary Auditory Cortex
Yup! That's how we are able to hear things. I have a feeling I'm going to crush this audition. Thank you taking this adventure with me today. Hope to see you again soon.
And scene! Well, that concludes the auditory process.
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