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    1. Cazals, Y; Chays, A; Magnan, J
      Onset overmasking of a brief amplitude increment in a pure tone and sensorineural hearing impairment

      OTOLOGY & NEUROTOLOGY
    2. Foeller, E; Vater, N; Kossl, M
      Laminar analysis of inhibition in the gerbil primary auditory cortex

      JARO
    3. Griffiths, TD; Blakemore, S; Elliott, C; Moore, BCJ; Chinnery, PF
      Psychophysical evaluation of cochlear hair cell damage due to the A3243G mitochondrial DNA mutation

      JARO
    4. Gescheider, GA; Bolanowski, SJ; Hardick, KR
      The frequency selectivity of information-processing channels in the tactile sensory system

      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR RESEARCH
    5. Ngan, EM; May, BJ
      Relationship between the auditory brainstem response and auditory nerve thresholds in cats with hearing loss

      HEARING RESEARCH
    6. Cheung, SW; Nagarajan, SS; Bedenbaugh, PH; Schreiner, CE; Wang, XQ; Wong, A
      Auditory cortical neuron response differences under isoflurane versus pentobarbital anesthesia

      HEARING RESEARCH
    7. Henry, KR; Lewis, ER
      Cochlear nerve acoustic envelope response detection is improved by the addition of random-phased tonal stimuli

      HEARING RESEARCH
    8. Rotman, Y; Bar-Yosef, O; Nelken, I
      Relating cluster and population responses to natural sounds and tonal stimuli in cat primary auditory cortex

      HEARING RESEARCH
    9. Fishman, YI; Reser, DH; Arezzo, JC; Steinschneider, M
      Neural correlates of auditory stream segregation in primary auditory cortex of the awake monkey

      HEARING RESEARCH
    10. LeBeau, FEN; Malmierca, MS; Rees, A
      Iontophoresis in vivo demonstrates a key role for GABA(A) and glycinergic inhibition in shaping frequency response areas in the inferior colliculus of guinea pig

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Lu, Y; Jen, PHS
      GABAergic and glycinergic neural inhibition in excitatory frequency tuningof bat inferior collicular neurons

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Dreisbach, LE; Siegel, JH
      Distortion-product otoacoustic emissions measured at high frequencies in humans

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    13. Cheatham, MA; Dallos, P
      Inner hair cell response patterns: Implications for low-frequency hearing

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    14. Dubno, JR; Ahlstrom, JB
      Psychophysical suppression measured with bandlimited noise extended below and/or above the signal: Effects of age and hearing loss

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    15. Vickers, DA; Moore, BCJ; Baer, T
      Effects of low-pass filtering on the intelligibility of speech in quiet for people with and without dead regions at high frequencies

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    16. Strickland, EA
      The relationship between frequency selectivity and overshoot

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    17. Wojtczak, M; Schroder, AC; Kong, YY; Nelson, DA
      The effect of basilar-membrane nonlinearity on the shapes of masking period patterns in normal and impaired hearing

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    18. Oxenham, AJ
      Forward masking: Adaptation or integration?

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    19. Henry, KR
      Low-frequency acoustic modulations generated by the high-frequency portionof the cochlea, noninvasively recorded from the scalp of mice (Mus musculus)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    20. Hamernik, RP; Qiu, W
      Correlations among evoked potential thresholds, distortion product otoacoustic emissions and hair cell loss following various noise exposures in the chinchilla

      HEARING RESEARCH
    21. Salvi, RJ; Wang, J; Ding, D
      Auditory plasticity and hyperactivity following cochlear damage

      HEARING RESEARCH
    22. Zinn, C; Maier, H; Zenner, HP; Gummer, AW
      Evidence for active, nonlinear, negative feedback in the vibration response of the apical region of the in-vivo guinea-pig cochlea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    23. Faulstich, F; Kossl, M
      Evidence for multiple DPOAE components based upon group delay of the 2f(1)-f(2) distortion in the gerbil

      HEARING RESEARCH
    24. Qiu, CX; Salvi, R; Ding, DL; Burkard, R
      Inner hair cell loss leads to enhanced response amplitudes in auditory cortex of unanesthetized chinchillas: evidence for increased system gain

      HEARING RESEARCH
    25. O'Connor, KN; Barruel, P; Sutter, ML
      Global processing of spectrally complex sounds in macaques (Macaca mullata) and humans

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    26. Stenqvist, M
      Age-related heaving changes and effects of exotoxin on inner ear function in aging rat - A frequency-specific auditory brainstem response study

      ORL-JOURNAL FOR OTO-RHINO-LARYNGOLOGY AND ITS RELATED SPECIALTIES
    27. Moore, BCJ; Huss, M; Vickers, DA; Glasberg, BR; Alcantara, JI
      A test for the diagnosis of dead regions in the cochlea

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF AUDIOLOGY
    28. Abdala, C; Sininger, YS; Starr, A
      Distortion product otoacoustic emission suppression in subjects with auditory neuropathy

      EAR AND HEARING
    29. Schreiner, CE; Read, HL; Sutter, ML
      Modular organization of frequency integration in primary auditory cortex

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    30. Zhang, WQ
      Accurate formulas of transmission ratio and tuning characteristics of birefringent filters

      OPTIK
    31. Nilsen, KE; Russell, IJ
      The spatial and temporal representation of a tone on the guinea pig basilar membrane

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    32. Formby, C; Sherlock, LP; Ferguson, SH
      Enhancement of the edges of temporal masking functions by complex patternsof overshoot and undershoot

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    33. Gifford, RH; Bacon, SP
      Contributions of suppression and excitation to simultaneous masking: Effects of signal frequency and masker-signal frequency relation

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    34. Cheatham, MA; Dallos, P
      The dynamic range of inner hair cell and organ of Corti responses

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    35. Bacon, SP; Healy, EW
      Effects of ipsilateral and contralateral precursors on the temporal effectin simultaneous masking with pure tones

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    36. Plack, CJ; Oxenham, AJ
      Basilar-membrane nonlinearity estimated by pulsation threshold

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    37. Turner, CW; Chi, SL; Flock, S
      Limiting spectral resolution in speech for listeners with sensorineural hearing loss

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    38. Khanna, SM; Hao, LF
      Nonlinearity in the apical turn of living guinea pig cochlea

      HEARING RESEARCH
    39. Mulheran, M
      The effects of quinine on cochlear nerve fibre activity in the guinea pig

      HEARING RESEARCH
    40. Sininger, YS; Doyle, KJ; Moore, JK
      The case for early identification of hearing loss in children - Auditory system development, experimental auditory deprivation, and development of speech perception and hearing

      PEDIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    41. Zhang, SY; Robertson, D; Yates, G; Everett, A
      Role of L-type Ca2+ channels in transmitter release from mammalian inner hair cells I. Gross sound-evoked potentials

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    42. Miller, RL; Calhoun, BM; Young, ED
      Contrast enhancement improves the representation of /epsilon/-like vowels in the hearing-impaired auditory nerve

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    43. Moore, BCJ; Vickers, DA; Plack, CJ; Oxenham, AJ
      Inter-relationship between different psychoacoustic measures assumed to berelated to the cochlear active mechanism

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    44. Hicks, ML; Bacon, SP
      Effects of aspirin on psychophysical, measures of frequency selectivity, two-tone suppression, and growth of masking

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    45. Stankovic, JM; Guinan, JJ
      Medial efferent effects on auditory-nerve responses to tail-frequency tones. I. Rate reduction

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    46. Moore, BCJ; Glasberg, BR; Vickers, DA
      Further evaluation of a model of loudness perception applied to cochlear hearing loss

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    47. Abdala, C; Ma, E; Sininger, YS
      Maturation of medial efferent system function in humans

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    48. Hicks, ML; Bacon, SP
      Psychophysical measures of auditory nonlinearities as a function of frequency in individuals with normal hearing

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    49. Faulstich, M; Kossl, M
      Neuronal response to cochlear distortion products in the anteroventral cochlear nucleus of the gerbil

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    50. WITHNELL RH; YATES GK
      ONSET OF BASILAR-MEMBRANE NONLINEARITY REFLECTED IN CUBIC DISTORTION TONE INPUT-OUTPUT FUNCTIONS

      Hearing research
    51. KONRADMARTIN DL; RUBSAMEN R; DORRSCHEIDT GJ; RUBEL EW
      DEVELOPMENT OF SINGLE-TONE AND 2-TONE RESPONSES OF ANTEROVENTRAL COCHLEAR NUCLEUS NEURONS IN GERBIL

      Hearing research
    52. ABDALA C
      A DEVELOPMENTAL-STUDY OF DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION (2F1-F2) SUPPRESSION IN HUMANS

      Hearing research
    53. LECALVEZ S; AVAN P; GILAIN L; ROMAND R
      CD1 HEARING-IMPAIRED MICE - I - DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION LEVELS, COCHLEAR FUNCTION AND MORPHOLOGY

      Hearing research
    54. MCFADDEN SL; KASPER C; OSTROWSKI J; DING DL; SALVI RJ
      EFFECTS OF INNER HAIR CELL LOSS ON INFERIOR COLLICULUS EVOKED-POTENTIAL THRESHOLDS, AMPLITUDES AND FORWARD MASKING FUNCTIONS IN CHINCHILLAS

      Hearing research
    55. BOWMAN DM; EGGERMONT JJ; BROWN DK; KIMBERLEY BP
      ESTIMATING COCHLEAR FILTER RESPONSE PROPERTIES FROM DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION (DPOAE) PHASE DELAY MEASUREMENTS IN NORMAL-HEARING HUMAN ADULTS

      Hearing research
    56. SCHILLING JR; MILLER RL; SACHS MB; YOUNG ED
      FREQUENCY-SHAPED AMPLIFICATION CHANGES THE NEURAL REPRESENTATION OF SPEECH WITH NOISE-INDUCED HEARING-LOSS

      Hearing research
    57. Leeuw, AR; Dreschler, WA
      The relation between otoacoustic emissions and the broadening of the auditory filter for higher levels

      HEARING RESEARCH
    58. KENYON TN; LADICH F; YAN HY
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF HEARING ABILITY IN FISHES - THE AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE APPROACH

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    59. WALSH EJ; MCGEE J; MCFADDEN SL; LIBERMAN MC
      LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF SECTIONING THE OLIVOCOCHLEAR BUNDLE IN NEONATAL CATS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    60. NIESCHALK M; HUSTERT B; STOLL W
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN MIDDLE-AGED SUBJECTS WITHNORMAL VERSUS POTENTIALLY PRESBYACUSIC HIGH-FREQUENCY HEARING-LOSS

      Audiology
    61. CORTOPASSI KA; LEWIS ER
      A COMPARISON OF THE LINEAR TUNING PROPERTIES OF 2 CLASSES OF AXONS INTHE BULLFROG LAGENA

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    62. DON M; PONTON CW; EGGERMONT JJ; KWONG B
      THE EFFECTS OF SENSORY HEARING-LOSS ON COCHLEAR FILTER TIMES ESTIMATED FROM AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE LATENCIES

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    63. LEE J; BACON SP
      PSYCHOPHYSICAL SUPPRESSION AS A FUNCTION OF SIGNAL FREQUENCY - NOISE AND TONAL MASKERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    64. JANSSEN T; KUMMER P; ARNOLD W
      GROWTH-BEHAVIOR OF THE 2 F1-F2 DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION IN TINNITUS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    65. FITZAKERLEY JL; MCGEE J; WALSH EJ
      PARADOXICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FREQUENCY-SELECTIVITY AND THRESHOLD-SENSITIVITY DURING AUDITORY-NERVE FIBER DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    66. Oxenham, AJ; Plack, CJ
      Suppression and the upward spread of masking

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    67. KAWASE T; HIDAKA H; TAKASAKA T
      FREQUENCY SUMMATION OBSERVED IN THE HUMAN ACOUSTIC REFLEX

      Hearing research
    68. ZHENG XY; HENDERSON D; HU BH; DING DL; MCFADDEN SL
      THE INFLUENCE OF THE COCHLEAR EFFERENT SYSTEM ON CHRONIC ACOUSTIC TRAUMA

      Hearing research
    69. SININGER YS; ABDALA C; CONEWESSON B
      AUDITORY THRESHOLD-SENSITIVITY OF THE HUMAN NEONATE AS MEASURED BY THE AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE

      Hearing research
    70. ROMAND R
      MODIFICATION OF TONOTOPIC REPRESENTATION IN THE AUDITORY-SYSTEM DURING DEVELOPMENT

      Progress in neurobiology
    71. WANG XY; ROBERTSON D
      2 TYPES OF ACTIONS OF NOREPINEPHRINE ON IDENTIFIED AUDITORY EFFERENT NEURONS IN RAT-BRAIN STEM SLICES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    72. PANG XD; GUINAN JJ
      GROWTH-RATE OF SIMULTANEOUS MASHING IN CAT AUDITORY-NERVE FIBERS - RELATIONSHIP TO THE GROWTH OF BASILAR-MEMBRANE MOTION AND THE ORIGIN OF 2-TONE SUPPRESSION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    73. OATES P; STAPELLS DR
      FREQUENCY SPECIFICITY OF THE HUMAN AUDITORY BRAIN-STEM AND MIDDLE LATENCY RESPONSES TO BRIEF TONES .1. HIGH-PASS NOISE MASKING

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    74. PRIEVE BA; FITZGERALD TS; SCHULTE LE
      BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF CLICK-EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    75. ROSE MM; MOORE BCJ
      PERCEPTUAL GROUPING OF TONE SEQUENCES BY NORMALLY HEARING AND HEARING-IMPAIRED LISTENERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    76. MILLER RL; SCHILLING JR; FRANCK KR; YOUNG ED
      EFFECTS OF ACOUSTIC TRAUMA ON THE REPRESENTATION OF THE VOWEL VERTICAL-BAR-EPSILON-VERTICAL-BAR IN CAT AUDITORY-NERVE FIBERS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    77. OXENHAM AJ; PLACK CJ
      A BEHAVIORAL MEASURE OF BASILAR-MEMBRANE NONLINEARITY IN LISTENERS WITH NORMAL AND IMPAIRED HEARING

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    78. DOUCET JR; RELKIN EM
      NEURAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PERSTIMULUS COMPOUND ACTION-POTENTIAL - IMPLICATIONS FOR MEASURING THE GROWTH OF THE AUDITORY-NERVE SPIKE COUNTAS A FUNCTION OF STIMULUS-INTENSITY

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    79. NELSON DA; SCHRODER AC
      LINEARIZED RESPONSE GROWTH INFERRED FROM GROWTH-OF-MASKING SLOPES IN EARS WITH COCHLEAR HEARING-LOSS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    80. VERSNEL H; PRIJS VF; SCHOONHOVEN R
      AUDITORY-NERVE FIBER RESPONSES TO CLICKS IN GUINEA-PIGS WITH A DAMAGED COCHLEA

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    81. JOCK BM; HAMERNIK RP; ALDRICH LG; AHROON WA; PETRIELLO KL; JOHNSON AR
      EVOKED-POTENTIAL THRESHOLDS AND CUBIC DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN THE CHINCHILLA FOLLOWING CARBOPLATIN TREATMENT AND NOISE EXPOSURE

      Hearing research
    82. ABDALA C; SININGER YS
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF COCHLEAR FREQUENCY RESOLUTION IN THE HUMAN AUDITORY-SYSTEM

      Ear and hearing
    83. WERNER LA
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF AUDITORY-BEHAVIOR (OR WHAT THE ANATOMISTS AND PHYSIOLOGISTS HAVE TO EXPLAIN)

      Ear and hearing
    84. MOORE BCJ
      PERCEPTUAL CONSEQUENCES OF COCHLEAR HEARING-LOSS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DESIGN OF HEARING

      Ear and hearing
    85. ABDALA C
      DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION (2F(1)-F(2)) AMPLITUDE AS A FUNCTION OF F(2) F(1) FREQUENCY RATIO AND PRIMARY TONE LEVEL SEPARATIONIN HUMAN ADULTS AND NEONATES/

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    86. NELSON DA; SCHRODER AC
      RELEASE FROM UPWARD SPREAD OF MASKING IN REGIONS OF HIGH-FREQUENCY HEARING-LOSS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    87. HAMERNIK RP; AHROON WA; LEI SF
      THE CUBIC DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS FROM THE NORMAL AND NOISE-DAMAGED CHINCHILLA COCHLEA

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    88. CHEN L; SALVI RJ; TRAUTWEIN PG; POWERS N
      2-TONE RATE SUPPRESSION BOUNDARIES OF COCHLEAR GANGLION NEURONS IN NORMAL CHICKENS

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    89. MCANALLY KI; CALFORD MB
      PHASE EFFECTS IN FORWARD MASKING OF THE COMPOUND ACTION-POTENTIAL - ACOMPARISON OF RESPONSES TO STIMULUS AND DISTORTION FREQUENCIES

      Hearing research
    90. MITTMANN DH; WENSTRUP JJ
      COMBINATION-SENSITIVE NEURONS IN THE INFERIOR COLLICULUS

      Hearing research
    91. GOLDSTEIN JL
      RELATIONS AMONG COMPRESSION, SUPPRESSION, AND COMBINATION TONES IN MECHANICAL RESPONSES OF THE BASILAR-MEMBRANE - DATA AND MBPNL MODEL

      Hearing research
    92. GEISLER CD; SANG CN
      A COCHLEAR MODEL USING FEEDFORWARD OUTER-HAIR-CELL FORCES

      Hearing research
    93. ZHANG MS; ZWISLOCKI JJ
      OHC RESPONSE RECRUITMENT AND ITS CORRELATION WITH LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT

      Hearing research
    94. FRANK G; KOSSL M
      THE SHAPE OF 2F(1)-F(2) SUPPRESSION TUNING CURVES REFLECTS BASILAR-MEMBRANE SPECIALIZATIONS IN THE MOUSTACHED BAT, PTERONOTUS-PARNELLII

      Hearing research
    95. COOPER NP; RHODE WS
      NONLINEAR MECHANICS AT THE APEX OF THE GUINEA-PIG COCHLEA

      Hearing research
    96. STUART A; PHILLIPS DP; GREEN WB
      WORD RECOGNITION PERFORMANCE IN CONTINUOUS AND INTERRUPTED BROAD-BANDNOISE BY NORMAL-HEARING AND SIMULATED HEARING-IMPAIRED LISTENERS

      The American journal of otology
    97. MCCUE MP; GUINAN JJ
      SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY AND FREQUENCY-SELECTIVITY OF ACOUSTICALLY RESPONSIVE VESTIBULAR AFFERENTS IN THE CAT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    98. RUBSAMEN R; MILLS DM; RUBEL EW
      EFFECTS OF FUROSEMIDE ON DISTORTION-PRODUCT OTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS ANDON NEURONAL RESPONSES IN THE ANTEROVENTRAL COCHLEAR NUCLEUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    99. CALFORD MB; SEMPLE MN
      MONAURAL INHIBITION IN CAT AUDITORY-CORTEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    100. DELTENRE P; MANSBACH AL
      EFFECTS OF CLICK POLARITY ON BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS INCOCHLEAR HEARING LOSS - A WORKING HYPOTHESIS

      Audiology


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