Effects of aspirin on human auditory filters.

Abstract

Auditory filter shapes were measured in eight male volunteers with normal hearing, using a notched-noise forward-masking paradigm and a signal frequency of 4 kHz. The measurements were made under three conditions: after listeners had taken eight doses of three 320 mg aspirin tablets every six hours; after an identical schedule of placebo ingestion; and one… (More)

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