The frequency theory of hearing states that the frequency of the auditory nerve impulses correspond to the frequency of a tone, which allows one to detect its pitch. The difference between the place theory and frequency theory in regards to perception is that, in place theory, the basic pitch determining mechanism is based on the location along the membrane where the hair cells are stimulated. The frequency theory on the other hand holds that whatever the pitch of a sound wave, nerve impulses of a corresponding frequency will be sent to the auditory nerve.
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