Author(s): Johnstone JR, Alder VA, Johnstone BM, Robertson D, Yates GK
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Abstract There is a close correlation between the sound pressure of tone burst required to affect a primary auditory neuron at its characteristic frequency and that which will produce a detectable N1 response at the same frequency. Units with thresholds from 80--0 db SPL (recorded from damaged and undamaged cochleas) were 0--20 dB , respectively, more sensitive than the action potential response.
This article was published in J Acoust Soc Am
and referenced in Otolaryngology: Open Access