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Error In The Calculation Of Synchronized Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emission Frequencies Measured With The Ilo88 System, Jacek Smurzynski, Rudolf Probst Jan 1996

Error In The Calculation Of Synchronized Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emission Frequencies Measured With The Ilo88 System, Jacek Smurzynski, Rudolf Probst

Jacek Smurzynski

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Click‐Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions In Normal‐Hearing Children, Jacek Smurzynski Jan 1994

Click‐Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions In Normal‐Hearing Children, Jacek Smurzynski

Jacek Smurzynski

Click‐evoked otoacoustic emissions (CEOEs) were collected from 167 ears of 106 normal‐hearing children using the ILO88 system with the stimuli presented at 80±2 dB pe SPL. Subjects were divided into five age groups: 13–24 months (24 ears), 25–36 months (49 ears), 37–48 months (31 ears), 49–60 months (34 ears), and 61–72 months (29 ears). All subjects had normal middle ear function and their audiological data were within normal limits. Mean overall CEOE level was calculated for each age group. None was statistically different from any other. However, the data of the 167 ...


Pitch Of Complex Tones With Many High‐Order Harmonics, Adrianus J. M. Houtsma, J. Smurzynski Jan 1989

Pitch Of Complex Tones With Many High‐Order Harmonics, Adrianus J. M. Houtsma, J. Smurzynski

Jacek Smurzynski

Pitch identification and pitch discrimination experiments were performed for complex tones with missing fundamentals between 200 and 300 Hz and with many successive harmonics varying from low (below the 10th) to high (above the 25th) harmonic order. Identification performance was found to degrade with increasing harmonic order from an essentially perfect to an asymptotic level that was clearly less than perfect but much better than chance. Just‐noticeable differences in (missing) fundamental frequency were found to increase, with increasing harmonic order, from a fraction of 1 Hz to an asymptotic level of about 5 Hz. Influence of phase was found ...