Examining the factors that contribute to non-monotonic growth of 2f1-f2 otoacoustic emission in humans

Mackenzie Mills, Yi Shen, Robert Withnell
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2020
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Magnitude and phase input–output functions were obtained from human subjects using a range of stimulus levels, frequencies, and frequency ratios to investiage the mechanisms responsible for growth of 2f1-f2 otoacoustic emission.  Results coupled with modeling indicated that multiple factors contribute to the complexity of growth of the2f1-f2 otoacoustic emission in humans and highlight the importance of looking at phase in addition to magnitude when interpreting distortion product otoacoustic emission growth.

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ML Mills, Y Shen, RH Withnell. (2020) "Examining the factors that contribute to non-monotonic growth of 2f1-f2 otoacoustic emission in humans", Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 22 (3), 275-288