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Stimulated acoustic emissions from within the human auditory system.
  • D. T. Kemp
  • Physics, Medicine
  • The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
  • 1 November 1978
A new auditory phenomenon has been identified in the acoustic impulse response of the human ear. Using a signal averaging technique, a study has been made of the response of the closed externalExpand
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Otoacoustic emissions, their origin in cochlear function, and use.
  • D. T. Kemp
  • Medicine
  • British medical bulletin
  • 1 October 2002
Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) are sounds of cochlear origin, which can be recorded by a microphone fitted into the ear canal. They are caused by the motion of the cochlea's sensory hair cells as theyExpand
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Disruption of Bardet-Biedl syndrome ciliary proteins perturbs planar cell polarity in vertebrates
The evolutionarily conserved planar cell polarity (PCP) pathway (or noncanonical Wnt pathway) drives several important cellular processes, including epithelial cell polarization, cell migration andExpand
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A Guide to the Effective Use of Otoacoustic Emissions
Otoacoustic emission test instruments are now entering routine audiological practice. Expand
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Effect of contralateral auditory stimuli on active cochlear micro-mechanical properties in human subjects
The present study investigates the possibility that contralateral auditory stimulation along medial efferent system pathways may alter active cochlear micromechanics and hence affect evokedExpand
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Indications of different distortion product otoacoustic emission mechanisms from a detailed f1,f2 area study.
The primary site of generation on the basilar membrane for the 2f1-f2 distortion product (DP) is generally considered to be near where the higher-frequency stimulus tone peaks. This site has alsoExpand
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Suppressibility of the 2 f1- f2 stimulated acoustic emissions in gerbil and man
The suppression tuning properties of the oto-acoustic distortion product emission, 2f1-f2 have been measured in the ear canal of gerbil and man. The results show the acoustic response to beExpand
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Otoacoustic emissions, travelling waves and cochlear mechanisms
  • D. T. Kemp
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Hearing Research
  • 31 December 1986
The phenomenon of otoacoustic emissions is discussed in relation to the question--is the cochlear travelling wave actively enhanced? Distinctions are made between active loss reduction and trueExpand
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Wave and place fixed DPOAE maps of the human ear.
  • R. Knight, D. T. Kemp
  • Physics, Medicine
  • The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
  • 30 March 2001
Human intermodulation distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAE) can be a mixture of low and high latency components. They have different level, phase, and suppression characteristics, whichExpand
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Otoacoustic emissions.
Owacoustic emissions (OAE) are mechanical vibrations generated in the cochlea, that are transmitted by the lymphatic fluids in the cochlea and by the middle ear to the outer ear canal where they canExpand
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