Auditory Nerve Fiber Responses to Combined Acoustic and Electric Stimulation

@article{Miller2008AuditoryNF,
  title={Auditory Nerve Fiber Responses to Combined Acoustic and Electric Stimulation},
  author={Charles A. Miller and Paul J. Abbas and Barbara K. Robinson and Kirill V. Nourski and Fawen Zhang and F. C. Jeng},
  journal={Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={425-445}
}
Persons with a prosthesis implanted in a cochlea with residual acoustic sensitivity can, in some cases, achieve better speech perception with “hybrid” stimulation than with either acoustic or electric stimulation presented alone. Such improvements may involve “across auditory-nerve fiber” processes within central nuclei of the auditory system and within-fiber interactions at the level of the auditory nerve. Our study explored acoustic–electric interactions within feline auditory nerve fibers… CONTINUE READING

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