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Possible Basis for Simple Loudness Adaptation
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acoustic amplitude auditory nerve auditory nerve fibers auditory system basilar membrane changes chinchilla cochlea combination tones competing message connect-disconnect consonants cues dB SPL decrease discrimination duration effects efferent F2 transition Figure filter firing rate ﬂat ﬂow formant forward masking function hair cells hearing impaired hearing loss high side high-frequency histograms IHC-TM spacing IHCs increase intensity interaction intermittent tone interval Kiang loudness adaptation low side low-frequency magnitude masker measured mechanism monaural motion msec neural noise exposure nonlinear normal observers OHCs organ of Corti pattems physiological probe levels psychophysical tuning curves range response Salvi scala media sensation level sensitivity sensorineural sensorineural hearing loss shown in Fig signal simultaneous masking slope SNHL sound speech spontaneous rates stereocilia stimulus studies subjects suppression temporal thixotropic threshold shift tinnitus tion two-tone units variable voicing vowel Webster Zwislocki