Todor Mihajloski

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Electrophysiological indices of auditory binaural beats illusions are studied using late latency evoked responses. Binaural beats are generated by continuous monaural FM tones with slightly different ascending and descending frequencies lasting about 25 ms presented at 1 sec intervals. Frequency changes are carefully adjusted to avoid any creation of abrupt(More)
Otoacoustic emissions (OAE), which are acoustic responses produced by the cochlea, can be recorded with a microphone in the ear canal to give diagnostic information regarding cochlear functioning. Recently, the researchers developed a novel stimulus for the acquisition of OAE using a hearing-level equalized (HL(eq)) swept-tone signal. The objective of this(More)
of a thesis at the University of Miami. Master’s thesis supervised by Professor Ozcan Ozdamar. No. of pages in text. (53) Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE) are minute acoustic responses originating from the cochlea as a result of an external acoustic stimulus and are recorded using a sensitive microphone placed in the ear canal. OAEs are acquired by synchronous(More)
In this study, we utilized the swept-tone (ST) deconvolution method for comparing the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) characteristics of ST otoacoustic emissions (OAE) to conventionally acquired click, or transient-evoked (TE), OAE. We generated a hearing-level equalized (HLeq) ST stimulus based on normative loudness metrics at the different frequencies present(More)
Binaural beat (BB) illusions are experienced as continuous central pulsations when two sounds with slightly different frequencies are delivered to each ear. It has been shown that steady-state auditory evoked potentials (AEPs) to BBs can be captured and investigated. The authors recently developed a new method of evoking transient AEPs to binaural beats(More)
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