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Temporal suppression of the click-evoked otoacoustic emission level-curve

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Acoustical Society of America
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Keywords
  • The Click-Evoked Otoacoustic Emission (Ceoae) Level-Curve Grows Linearly For Clicks Below 40–60 Db
  • This Study Investigates Dynamic (I
  • E
  • Time-Dependent) Features Of The Ceoae Level-Curve By Presenting A Suppressor-Click Less Than 8 Ms Be
  • An Alteration Of The Ceoae Level-Curve
  • Designated Here As Temporal Suppression
  • Was Observed Within This Time Period
  • And Was Shown To Depend On The Levels And The Temporal Separation Of The Two Clicks
  • Temporal Suppression Occurred For All Four Subjects Tested
  • And Resulted In A Vertical Offset From The Unsuppressed Level-Curve For Test-Click Levels Greater Th
  • Temporal Suppression Was Greatest For Suppressors Presented 1–4 Ms Before The Test Click
  • And The Magnitude And Time Scale Of The Effect Were Subject Dependent
  • Temporal Suppression Was Furthermore Observed For The Short- (I
  • E
  • 6–18 Ms) And Long-Latency (I
  • E
  • 24–36 Ms) Regions Of The Ceoae
  • Indicating That Temporal Suppression Similarly Affects Synchronized Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emission
  • Overall
  • This Study Demonstrates That Temporal Suppression Of The Ceoae Level-Curve Reflects A Dynamic Proces
Disciplines
  • Musicology
  • Physics

Abstract

Temporal suppression of the click-evoked otoacoustic emission level-curve - DTU Orbit (15/04/14) Temporal suppression of the click-evoked otoacoustic emission level-curve - DTU Orbit (15/04/14) Temporal suppression of the click-evoked otoacoustic emission level-curve Verhulst, S., Harte, J. & Dau, T. 2011 In : Acoustical Society of America. Journal. 129, 3, p. 1452-1463 Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2011

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