S. P. Chaika

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Electrical responses of the fenestra cochleae to stimulation by clicks of different intensity, polarity, and frequency, were studied in anesthetized cats. The absolute values of amplitude and latent period of the neural component of the response reflect the physiological state of the auditory nerve. Besides ordinary potentials characterized by peaks N1 and(More)
Characteristics (amplitude, latent period) of two types of evoked potentials arising in response to acoustic stimulation, namely the action potential of the auditory nerve and sonomotor evoked potential derived from skin of the postauricular region and back, were studied in guinea pigs. Correlation-regression analysis revealed the degree and type of(More)
The parameters of the cochlear round window responses to stimulation by acoustic clicks of different intensity, polarity and frequency were studied in experiments on anesthetized cats. The intensity function reflecting the dependence of the amplitude of potential change upon the level of stimulating click included two parts differing in slope. The(More)
The characteristics (amplitude, latency) of two types of evoked potentials, action potential of the 8th nerve recorded at the cochlea round window and sonomotor evoked potential recorded from the postauricular region and the back of the guinea pigs were studied in response to sound stimulation. The degree and type of interrelation between the parameters of(More)
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