How does the inner ear generate distortion product otoacoustic emissions?. Results from a realistic model of the human cochlea.

Abstract

There is general agreement that distortion product (DP) otoacoustic emissions elicited by stimuli up to 80-90 dB SPL originate from the saturating nonlinearity of the cochlear amplifier at the basilar membrane site, S, where the responses to the two primary tones overlap. There are, however, different interpretations of how the inner ear transmits the… (More)

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