Auditory brain stem response in dolphins (audiometry / cetaceans/whales/ sound/ echolocation)

@inproceedings{Ridgway1993AuditoryBS,
  title={Auditory brain stem response in dolphins (audiometry / cetaceans/whales/ sound/ echolocation)},
  author={Sam H. Ridgway and T. H. BULLOCKt and Donald A. Carder and Ronald L. Seeley and R. GALAMBOSt},
  year={1993}
}
We recorded the auditory brainstem response (ABR) in four dolphins (Tursiops truncatus and Delphinus delphis). The ABR evoked by clicks consists of seven waves within 10 msec; two waves often contain dual peaks. The main waves can be identified with those of humans and laboratory mammals; in spite of a much longer path, the latencies of the peaks are almost identical to those of the rat. The dolphin ABR waves increase in latency as the intensity of a sound decreases by only 4 ysec/decibel (dB… CONTINUE READING

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