Auditory signal processing : physiology, psychoacoustics, by Daniel Pressnitzer; et al

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Shallower slopes could arise if IHC damage elevated threshold so that the entire AN-fiber dynamic range overlapped the BM compression region. , Liberman and Kiang 1984). Overall, impaired AN RLF slopes were not consistently steeper than normal slopes. , Harrison 1981). , Schroder et al. 1994; Neely and Allen 1997). A change in internal noise due to SNHL is often hypothesized as a possible explanation for this discrepancy. Thus, the variability in AN discharge counts was estimated for each RLF in the normal and impaired populations.

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