- Further tests of the local nonlinear interaction-based mechanism for simultaneous suppression of tone burst-evoked otoacoustic emissionsEdward C Killan
Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Leeds, UK Electronic address
Hear Res 319:12-24. 2015..5, was observed. Either the LNI model is too simple or an alternative explanation, involving response components generated at basal regions of the basilar membrane, is required to account for these findings. ..
- A mechanism for simultaneous suppression of tone burst-evoked otoacoustic emissionsEdward C Killan
Academic Unit of Clinical and Rehabilitation Science, School of Healthcare, University of Leeds, UK
Hear Res 285:58-64. 2012..However, the involvement of other mechanisms, involving components generated at places basal to their characteristic place along the BM, cannot be excluded...
- Simultaneous suppression of tone burst-evoked otoacoustic emissions--effect of level and presentation paradigmEdward C Killan
School of Healthcare, University of Leeds, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 9UT, UK
Hear Res 212:65-73. 2006..It is further argued that the data support the "local" rather than "widespread" model of TEOAE generation, subject to nonlinear interactions between nearby generation channels...
- Reply to: "M. Delaroche, R. Thiebaut, R. Dauman, Behavioural audiometry: protocols for measuring hearing thresholds in babies aged 4-18 months" [Int. J. Pediatr. Otorhinolaryngol. 68 (2004) 1233-1243]Edward C Killan
Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 69:1291-3; author reply 1295-7. 2005