By Sid P. Bacon, Richard R. Fay, Arthur N. Popper (Editors)
The mechanical reaction of the basilar membrane within the cochlea performs a primary function in human listening to. This quantity discusses the most points of cochlear compression, together with anatomy and body structure; the perceptual results of compression in general listening to; the consequences of listening to loss on compression; and its functionality in listening to aids and cochlear implants. The position of compression has expanding functional importance because it is included into listening to aids and cochlear implants to make amends for insufficient compression in individuals with cochlear listening to loss.
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