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    1. Fraenkel, R; Freeman, S; Sohmer, H
      The effect of various durations of noise exposure on auditory brainstem response, distortion product otoacoustic emissions and transient evoked otoacoustic emissions in rats

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    2. Scholik, AR; Yan, HY
      Effects of underwater noise on auditory sensitivity of a cyprinid fish

      HEARING RESEARCH
    3. Nassar, G
      The human temporary threshold shift after exposure to 60 minutes' noise inan aerobics class

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    4. Reiss, M; Reiss, G
      Laterality of tinnitus: Relationships to functional asymmetries

      WIENER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    5. Rajan, R
      Noise priming and the effects of different cochlear centrifugal pathways on loud-sound-induced hearing loss

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Kossowski, M; Mom, T; Guitton, M; Poncet, JL; Bonfils, P; Avan, P
      Fine alterations of distortion-product otoacoustic emissions after moderate acoustic overexposure in guinea pigs

      AUDIOLOGY
    7. Veuillet, E; Martin, V; Suc, B; Vesson, JF; Morgon, A; Collet, L
      Otoacoustic emissions and medial olivocochlear suppression during auditoryrecovery from acoustic trauma in humans

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    8. Mom, T; Bonfils, P; Gilain, L; Avan, P
      Origin of cubic difference tones generated by high-intensity stimuli: Effect of ischemia and auditory fatigue on the gerbil cochlea

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    9. Ou, HC; Bohne, BA; Harding, GW
      Noise damage in the C57BL/CBA mouse cochlea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    10. Nordmann, AS; Bohne, BA; Harding, GW
      Histopathological differences between temporary and permanent threshold shift

      HEARING RESEARCH
    11. Rajan, R
      Centrifugal pathways protect hearing sensitivity at the cochlea in noisy environments that exacerbate the damage induced by loud sound

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Barrenas, ML; Holgers, KM
      Ototoxic interaction between noise and pheomelanin: Distortion product otoacoustic emissions after acoustical trauma in chloroquine-treated red, black, and albino guinea pigs

      AUDIOLOGY
    13. Chen, GD; McWilliams, ML; Fechter, LD
      Intermittent noise-induced hearing loss and the influence of carbon monoxide

      HEARING RESEARCH
    14. Plinkert, PK; Hemmert, W; Wagner, W; Just, K; Zenner, HP
      Monitoring noise susceptibility: sensitivity of otoacoustic emissions and subjective audiometry

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    15. Irle, H; Rosenthal, C; Strasser, H
      Influence of a reduced wearing time on the attenuation of hearing protectors assessed via temporary threshold shifts

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    16. Parrot, J; Petiot, JC; Morizot, S; Petiot, MT; Smolik, HJ
      Separate and combined effects of a benzodiazepine (alprazolam) and noise on auditory brainstem responses in man

      AUDIOLOGY
    17. Vinck, BM; Van Cauwenberge, PB; Leroy, L; Corthals, P
      Sensitivity of transient evoked and distortion product otoacoustic emissions to the direct effects of noise on the human cochlea

      AUDIOLOGY
    18. Canlon, B; Fransson, A; Viberg, A
      Medial olivocochlear efferent terminals are protected by sound conditioning

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Plontke, SKR; Lifshitz, J; Saunders, JC
      Distribution of rate-intensity function types in chick cochlear nerve after exposure to intense sound

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Marshall, L; Heller, LM
      Transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions as a measure of noise-induced threshold shift

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    21. PUEL JL; RUEL J; DALDIN CG; PUJOL R
      EXCITOTOXICITY AND REPAIR OF COCHLEAR SYNAPSES AFTER NOISE-TRAUMA INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      NeuroReport
    22. PATUZZI R
      EXPONENTIAL ONSET AND RECOVERY OF TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT AFTER LOUD SOUND - EVIDENCE FOR LONG-TERM INACTIVATION OF MECHANOELECTRICAL TRANSDUCTION CHANNELS

      Hearing research
    23. PATUZZI R
      A 4-STATE KINETIC-MODEL OF THE TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT AFTER LOUD SOUND BASED ON INACTIVATION OF HAIR CELL TRANSDUCTION CHANNELS

      Hearing research
    24. MULROY MJ; HENRY WR; MCNEIL PL
      NOISE-INDUCED TRANSIENT MICROLESIONS IN THE CELL-MEMBRANES OF AUDITORY HAIR-CELLS

      Hearing research
    25. MALCHAIRE J; DIAZ LSR; PIETTE A; AMARAL FG; DESCHAETZEN D
      NEUROLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL-EFFECTS OF SHORT-TERM EXPOSURE TO HAND-ARM VIBRATION

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    26. CHAN E; SUNESON A; ULFENDAHL M
      ACOUSTIC TRAUMA CAUSES REVERSIBLE STIFFNESS CHANGES IN AUDITORY SENSORY CELLS

      Neuroscience
    27. IRLE H; HESSE JM; STRASSER H
      PHYSIOLOGICAL COST OF ENERGY-EQUIVALENT NOISE EXPOSURES WITH A RATINGLEVEL OF 85 DB(A) - HEARING THRESHOLD SHIFTS ASSOCIATED WITH ENERGETICALLY NEGLIGIBLE CONTINUOUS AND IMPULSE NOISE

      International journal of industrial ergonomics
    28. Mutlu, C; Odabasi, AO; Metin, K; Basak, S; Erpek, G
      Sensorineural hearing loss associated with otitis media with effusion in children

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY
    29. CRISTELL M; HUTCHINSON KM; ALESSIO HM
      EFFECTS OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON HEARING ABILITY

      Scandinavian audiology
    30. ATTANASIO G; QUARANTA N; SALLUSTIO V
      DEVELOPMENT OF RESISTANCE TO NOISE

      Scandinavian audiology
    31. HENDERSON D; SALVI RJ
      EFFECTS OF NOISE EXPOSURE ON THE AUDITORY FUNCTIONS

      Scandinavian audiology
    32. QUARANTA A; PORTALATINI P; HENDERSON D
      TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT THRESHOLD SHIFT - AN OVERVIEW

      Scandinavian audiology
    33. HELLSTROM PA; AXELSSON A; COSTA O
      TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT INDUCED BY MUSIC

      Scandinavian audiology
    34. MCFADDEN SL; HENDERSON D; QUARANTA A
      REMOTE MASKING IN NORMAL-HEARING AND NOISE-EXPOSED CHINCHILLAS

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    35. MORIZOTMARTINET S; PETIOT JC; SMOLIK HJ; TRAPET P; GISSELMANN A
      EFFECTS OF ROAD TRAFFIC NOISE AND OF A BE NZODIAZEPINE, INDIVIDUALLY AND COMBINED, UPON AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM EVOKED-POTENTIALS

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    36. HUANG XY; GERHARDT KJ; ABRAMS RM; ANTONELLI PJ
      TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFTS INDUCED BY LOW-PASS AND HIGH-PASS FILTEREDNOISES IN FETAL SHEEP IN-UTERO

      Hearing research
    37. THONNARD JL; MASSET D; PENTA M; PIETTE A; MALCHAIRE J
      SHORT-TERM EFFECT OF HAND-ARM VIBRATION EXPOSURE ON TACTILE SENSITIVITY AND MANUAL SKILL

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    38. YAREMCHUK K; DICKSON L; BURK K; SHIVAPUJA BG
      NOISE-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TOYS

      International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology
    39. BARRENAS ML
      HAIR CELL LOSS FROM ACOUSTIC TRAUMA IN CHLOROQUINE-TREATED RED, BLACKAND ALBINO GUINEA-PIGS

      Audiology
    40. PUKKILA M; ZHAI S; VIRKKALA J; PIRVOLA U; YLIKOSKI J
      THE TOUGHENING PHENOMENON IN RATS AUDITORY ORGAN

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    41. LIEBEL J; DELB W; ANDES C; KOCH A
      MEASUREMENT OF NOISE EFFECTS IN A DISCOTH EQUE BY MEANS OF OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Laryngo-, Rhino-, Otologie
    42. OEKEN J; MENZ D
      CHANGES IN DP-AMPLITUDES AFTER ACUTE NOIS E IMPACT

      Laryngo-, Rhino-, Otologie
    43. SKELLETT RA; CRIST JR; FALLON M; BOBBIN RP
      CHRONIC LOW-LEVEL NOISE EXPOSURE ALTERS DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Hearing research
    44. ENGDAHL B
      EFFECTS OF NOISE AND EXERCISE ON DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS

      Hearing research
    45. WIEGREBE L; KOSSL M; SCHMIDT S
      AUDITORY ENHANCEMENT AT THE ABSOLUTE THRESHOLD OF HEARING AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE ZWICKER TONE

      Hearing research
    46. NISHIYAMA K; TAODA K; YAMASHITA H; WATANABE S
      TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT OF VIBRATORY SENSATION INDUCED BY A VIBRATING HANDLE AND ITS GRIPPING FORCE

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    47. NISHIYAMA K; TAODA K; YAMASHITA H; WATANABE S
      THE TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT OF VIBRATORY SENSATION INDUCED BY COMPOSITE-BAND VIBRATION EXPOSURE

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    48. SAHLEY TL; MUSIEK FE; NODAR RH
      NALOXONE BLOCKADE OF (-)PENTAZOCINE-INDUCED CHANGES IN AUDITORY FUNCTION

      Ear and hearing
    49. BARRENAS ML; HELLSTROM PA
      THE EFFECT OF LOW-LEVEL ACOUSTIC STIMULATION ON SUSCEPTIBILITY TO NOISE IN BLUE-EYED AND BROWN-EYED YOUNG HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Ear and hearing
    50. SHOTLAND LI
      DOSIMETRY MEASUREMENTS USING A PROBE TUBE MICROPHONE IN THE EAR CANAL

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    51. HELLSTROM PA
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOUND TRANSFER-FUNCTIONS AND HEARING LEVELS

      Hearing research
    52. CANLON B; FRANSSON A
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PRESERVATION OF THE OUTER HAIR-CELLS FROM NOISE TRAUMA BY SOUND CONDITIONING

      Hearing research
    53. AXELSSON A; ELIASSON A; ISRAELSSON B
      HEARING IN POP ROCK MUSICIANS - A FOLLOW-UP-STUDY

      Ear and hearing
    54. KVAERNER KJ; ENGDAHL B; ARNESEN AR; MAIR IWS
      TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT AND OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS AFTER INDUSTRIAL NOISE EXPOSURE

      Scandinavian audiology
    55. MACRAE JH
      TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT THRESHOLD SHIFT CAUSED BY HEARING-AID USE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    56. SUTTON LA; LONSBURYMARTIN BL; MARTIN GK; WHITEHEAD ML
      SENSITIVITY OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN HUMANS TO TONAL OVER-EXPOSURE - TIME-COURSE OF RECOVERY AND EFFECTS OF LOWERING L(2)

      Hearing research
    57. HOMMA T; HASEGAWA M; OKAMOTO A; YOKOYAMA K; TAMURA T
      TEMPORARY CHANGE OF COMPOUND ACTION-POTENTIAL AMPLITUDE AFTER INTENSESOUND EXPOSURE

      ORL
    58. MANSON J; ALESSIO HM; CRISTELL M; HUTCHINSON KM
      DOES CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH MEDIATE HEARING ABILITY

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    59. MACRAE JH
      PREDICTION OF ASYMPTOTIC THRESHOLD SHIFT CAUSED BY HEARING-AID USE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    60. MACRAE JH
      AN INVESTIGATION OF TEMPORARY THRESHOLD SHIFT CAUSED BY HEARING-AID USE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    61. MIRBOD SM; FUJITA S; KOMURA Y; INABA R; IWATA H
      NOISE IN AEROBIC FACILITIES

      Industrial Health
    62. MENSH BD; PATTERSON MC; WHITEHEAD ML; LONSBURYMARTIN BL; MARTIN GK
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT EMISSIONS IN RABBIT .1. ALTERED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO REPEATED PURE-TONE EXPOSURES

      Hearing research
    63. MAKEIG S
      AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED DYNAMICS OF THE EEG SPECTRUM AND EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO TONES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology


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