Development of human cochlear active mechanism asymmetry: involvement of the medial olivocochlear system?.

@article{Morlet1999DevelopmentOH,
  title={Development of human cochlear active mechanism asymmetry: involvement of the medial olivocochlear system?.},
  author={Morlet and Goforth and Hood and Ferber and Duclaux and A Berlin},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={1999},
  volume={134 1-2},
  pages={153-62}
}
To study the functional development of the medial olivocochlear system, transient-evoked otoacoustic emission suppression experiments were conducted in 73 ears of 38 pre-term and 11 full-term neonates. The continuous contralateral stimulation was a broad band white noise, presented at 70 dB SPL. Efferent suppression was determined by subtracting the without-contralateral stimulation condition from the with-contralateral stimulation condition. Across this population, a mean suppression effect of… CONTINUE READING