Auditory brainstem responses to level-specific chirps in normal-hearing adults.

@article{Kristensen2012AuditoryBR,
  title={Auditory brainstem responses to level-specific chirps in normal-hearing adults.},
  author={Sinnet G B Kristensen and Claus Elberling},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={23 9},
  pages={712-21}
}
BACKGROUND Upward chirps are often designed to compensate for the cochlear traveling wave delay which is regarded as independent of stimulation level. A chirp based on a traveling wave model is therefore referred to as a level-independent chirp. Another compensation strategy, for instance based on frequency-specific auditory brainstem response (ABR) latencies, results in a chirp that changes with stimulation level and is therefore referred to as a level-dependent chirp. One such strategy, the… CONTINUE READING

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