AP tuning curves from normal and pathological human and guinea pig cochleas.


Measures of cochlear selectivity can be obtained from compound responses using tone-on-tone masking procedures [Dallos and Cheatham, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 59, 591--597 (1976)]. For the normal guinea pig, cochlear fiber tuning is sharper by a factor of 1.8 than AP tuning curves using simultaneous masking (threshold criterion = 25% N1 amplitude reduction… (More)


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