<Q>otoacustic emission

Petra Lutter plutter at ws1.atv.tuwien.ac.at
Thu Jun 1 07:48:14 EST 1995


Hi Frank!

I am back with some literature. As I do not know what exactly you are
interested in, I supply you with a little bit of everything:

There are two review articles of Probst, the more current one being
Probst, R. (1991). "A review of otoacoustic emissions," J.Acoust.Soc.Am. 89,
pp. 2027-2067.
If you are interested in clinical applications:
Bray, P.J. (1989). "Click evoked otoacoustic emissions and the development
of a clinical otoacoustic hearing test instrument," Institute of Laryngology
and Otology, University College and Middlesex School of Medicine, London.
Probst has written a German article about that theme as well:
Probst, R. (1993). "Kurs zur praktischen Anwendung otoakustischer Emissionen,"
Hals-Nasen-Ohrenklinik, Universitaet Basel, Schweiz
If you are interested in the theoretical background, I recommend the following
book, from where you can start a more detailed literature search:
"Biophysics of hair cell sensory systems" (1993). Editors: Duifhuis, H.,
Horst, J.W., van Dijk, P., van Netten, S.M. (World Scientific)

So long, have fun with it, Petra
--
Petra Lutter
Technical University of Vienna
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