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Imaging organ of Corti vibration using Fourier-domain OCT

Choudhury, N. et al.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 391-395 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 391-395) -- 2011

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Using stimulus frequency emissions to characterize cochlear function in mice

Cheatham, M.A. et al.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 383-388 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 383-388) -- 2011

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Stiffness vs damping in the cochlea: A negative conclusion?

Binder, A.J.; Aranyosi, A.J.; Bergevin, C.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 595-600 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 595-600) -- 2011

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Numerical study of the complex temporal pattern of spontaneous oscillation in bullfrog saccular hair cells

Roongthumskul, Y. et al.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 122-127 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 122-127) -- 2011

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Modeling ear-canal acoustics, incorporating visco-thermal effects and the influence of the middle ear

Gowdy, L.E.; Withnell, R.H.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 545-551 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 545-551) -- 2011

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Modification of DPOAE fine structure stemming from changes in outer and middle ear function

Long, G.R.; Henin, S.; Thompson, S.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 299-304 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 299-304) -- 2011

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How much do somatic and hair bundle motility contribute to cochlear amplification?

Kim, D.J.; Mountain, D.C.; Hubbard, A.E.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 632-637 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 632-637) -- 2011

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Simultaneous measurements of pressure and voltage at the basilar membrane inform theories of amplification

Olson, E.S.; Dong, W.; Neely, S.T.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 638-644 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 638-644) -- 2011

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Acoustically evoked different vibration pattern across the width of the cochlea partition

Zha, D. et al.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 434-437 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 434-437) -- 2011

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The tympanic membrane motion in forward and reverse middle-ear sound transmission

Cheng, J.T. et al.

AIP conference proceedings.; International mechanics of hearing workshop; What fire is in mine ears: progress in auditory biomechanics; Williamstown, MA, 2011; Jul, 2011, 521-527 -- Melville, N.Y.; American Institute of Physics; 2011 Part: Part; (pages 521-527) -- 2011

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