Time characteristics of distortion product otoacoustic emissions recovery function after moderate sound exposure

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Rodrigo Pizarro Ordoñez - Foredragsholder

Exposure to sound of moderate level temporarily attenuates the amplitude of distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs). These changes are similar to the changes observed in absolute hearing thresholds after similar sound exposures. To be able to assess changes over time across a broad frequency range, a detailed model of the recovery time characteristics is necessary. In the present study, the methodological aspects needed in order to monitor changes in DPOAEs from human subjects measured with high time resolution are presented. The issues treated are (1) time resolution of the measurements, (2) number of frequency points required, and (3) effects in fine structures, are they affected with the exposure? [Work supported by the Danish Research Council for Technology and Production.]

1 dec. 2006

Begivenhed (Konference)

Titel152nd meeting of the Acoustical Society of America
ByHonolulu, Hawaii
ID: 6354537