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The __________ states that the firing rate of neurons in the auditory nerve matches the frequency of the sound wave. A. frequency theory B. place theory C. volley principle D. auditory principle
The FREQUENCY MATCHING, also known as the Volley Theory, states that the firing rate of neurons in the auditory nerve matches the frequency of the sound wave.
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