Two sources of acoustic distortion products from the human cochlea.

Abstract

The amplitude and phase of both stimulus-frequency and distortion-product emissions have been measured in healthy human ears. In some ears it is possible to model acoustic distortion products (DPs) generated by low-to-moderate stimulus levels as the vector sum of two components originating from distinct regions of the cochlea, one from the f2 place and the… (More)

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