Effect of click intensity on click-evoked otoacoustic emission waveforms: implications for the origin of emissions.

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The rather shallow growth of click-evoked otoacoustic emissions (CEOAE) with click intensity, namely <1 dB/dB, distinguishes genuine CEOAEs from stimulus artifacts, thereby providing the rationale for the popular 'derived nonlinear recording' method. However, other CEOAE nonlinearities regarding phase or envelope dependence on stimulus intensity have been… (More)

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@article{Carvalho2003EffectOC, title={Effect of click intensity on click-evoked otoacoustic emission waveforms: implications for the origin of emissions.}, author={Sirley Carvalho and B{\'e}la B{\"{u}ki and Pierre Bonfils and Paul Avan}, journal={Hearing research}, year={2003}, volume={175 1-2}, pages={215-25} }