Time-frequency analysis of linear and nonlinear otoacoustic emissions and removal of a short-latency stimulus artifact
Click-evoked otoacoustic emissions (CEOAEs) are commonly recorded as average responses to a repetitive click stimulus. If the click train has constant polarity, a linear average results; if it contains a sequence of clicks of differing polarity and amplitude, a nonlinear average can be calculated. The purpose of this study was to record both protocols from the same set of ears and characterize the differences between them. The major features of CEOAEs were similar under both protocols with the...[Show more]
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