The Auditory System: 6th Drawing for Neuroscience Class

February 20, 2012 at 12:55 am | Posted in Art, audio, audition, auditory system, basilar membrane, Biology, Brain, cochlea, drawings, ear drum, ears, hearing, Heschl's Gyrus, Kristin Bell, Medicine, Mental Health, Mental Illness, neuroscience, ossicles, Psychiatry, Psychology, Science, sound, tectorial membrane | 2 Comments

This last week we were learning about the auditory system in neuroscience class. These are the drawings I came up with for the assignment we had to do. He said that they didn’t have to be anatomically correct and could be schematic, so the second picture is more of a schematic drawing.

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  1. wow those are some great drawings! for our lesson on ear, we also had to identify the nerves traveling through the middle ear and all that jazz…good work!

  2. Thank you! :)


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