Left-right asymmetry in the human response to experimental noise exposure. I. Interaural correlation of the temporary threshold shift at 4 kHz frequency.


Most epidemiological surveys concerning populations exposed to occupational noise or random populations have shown that the left ear is slightly but significantly poorer than the right ear, especially at frequencies most susceptible to noise damage. To experimentally study the possible left-right asymmetry in response to noise exposure, 28 non-shooting… (More)


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