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The Physics and Analysis of Sound
The Outer and Middle Ears
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acoustic action potentials activity afferent amplitude animals apical auditory cortex auditory nerve fibres auditory system basilar membrane Bekesy binaural centrifugal pathways characteristic frequency cochlear microphonic cochlear partition combination tone component contralateral dB SPL deflection depolarization detection displacement distortion tone dorsal cochlear nucleus effect electrical electrode endocochlear potential etal excitation excitatory firing rate frequency discrimination Frequency kHz frequency resolution frequency selectivity high frequency impedance increase inferior colliculus inhibition inner hair cells input interaural intracellular ipsilateral Kiang lesions low frequency masker masking measured mechanical medial geniculate middle ear neural neurones noise nonlinearity olivocochlear bundle organ of Corti outer hair cells pattern peak phase phase-locking physiological produced psychophysical range rate-intensity functions recorded resistance resonance response saturation scala media second filter showed shown sound pressure stereocilia suggested summating potential superior olivary complex synapses temporal threshold tinnitus transducer travelling wave tuning curves two-tone suppression tympanic membrane voltage waveform