Place-specific derived cochlear microphonics from human ears.

@article{Ponton1992PlacespecificDC,
  title={Place-specific derived cochlear microphonics from human ears.},
  author={Curtis W. Ponton and Manuel Don and Jos J. Eggermont},
  journal={Scandinavian audiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={131-41}
}
The high-pass noise masking technique was used to obtain derived frequency-specific cochlear microphonics (CM) from subtracted waveforms to rarefaction and condensation stimuli recorded with a tympanic membrane electrode. Two characteristics suggest that the response is place-specific CM: the derived response retains the same frequency as the stimulating toneburst and the response follows the stimulus polarity. For click stimulation, derived neural responses make the place-specific CM difficult… CONTINUE READING