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Latency and multiple sources of distortion product otoacoustic emissions.
A novel analysis approach has been developed to examine the latency of distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs). DPOAEs were measured in ten normal-hearing adults in a paradigm in which f2Expand
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Cochlear generation of intermodulation distortion revealed by DPOAE frequency functions in normal and impaired ears.
Distortion product otoacoustic emission (DPOAE) frequency functions were measured in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired ears. A fixed-f2/swept-f1 paradigm was used with f2 fixed at half-octaveExpand
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Tinnitus and Otoacoustic Emissions: Is There a Link?
Attempts to identify the mechanisms underlying tinnitus and to develop effective treatments have been frustrating, in part because there are no objective measures of tinnitus. Following Kemp'sExpand
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Pitch of narrow‐band signals
This study was designed to investigate the pitch of complex signals contained within one critical bandwidth. Four well‐trained listeners, with normal hearing, were asked to adjust the frequency of aExpand
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Pitch of narrow-band signals.
This study investigated the pitch elicited by complex narrow bandwidth signals. These signals ranged from two-component tones to multiple-component approximations of narrow-band noise. All wereExpand
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Complex sound discrimination: Predictions of the EWAIF model
TLDR
The envelope‐weighted average of instantaneous frequency (EWAIF) model of auditory perception has been successfully applied to simple, two‐component signals, simultaneously amplitude‐ and frequency‐modulated tones, and even to the early “profile analysis” work. Expand
Comparison of pure‐tone with two‐tone discrimination
Previous work from this laboratory has suggested that the discriminability of complementary two‐tone complexes is based upon differences in envelope‐weighted averages of instantaneous frequency. ItExpand
The number and nature of OAE generators.
Professor Zwicker immediately appreciated the importance of David Kemp’s discovery of otoacoustic emissions (OAE), and devoted much of his efforts in recent years to their study. OAEs are soundsExpand