INHIBITION OF OSCILLATION IN A NEURAL OSCILLATOR MODEL FOR SOUND THERAPY OF TINNITUS

Hirofumi Nagashino, Ken’ichi Fujimoto, Yohsuke Kinouchi, Ali A. Danesh, and Abhijit S. Pandya

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