Comparison of measures of frequency resolution and recruitment in patients undergoing neuro-otological investigation.

Abstract

Loudness recruitment and reduced frequency resolution both occur in cochlear types of hearing loss. One theory of loudness recruitment suggests that, as intensity is coded partly by spread of excitation across the nerve fibre array, recruitment is a direct consequence of the broad spread of excitation associated with poor frequency resolution. The present… (More)

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