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Title The Oxford handbook of auditory science. The ear / edited by Paul A. Fuchs
Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 450 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents The clinical cochlea / Lawrence R. Lustig -- External and middle ear function / John J. Rosowski -- Otoacoustic emissions and evoked potentials / David T. Kemp -- Cochlear mechanics, tuning, non-linearities / Egbert de Boer and Alfred L. Nuttall -- Electromotility of outer hair cells / Kuni Iwasa -- Inner ear fluid homeostasis / Daniel C. Marcus and Philine Wangemann -- Hair bundle structure and mechanotransduction / Carole M. Hackney and David Furness -- The afferent synapse / Jonathan Ashmore -- Efferent innervation and function / A. Belen Elgoyhen and Paul Fuchs -- Cochlear supporting cells / Jonathan Gale and Daniel Jagger -- Development of the inner ear / Lynne M. Bianchi and Paul Fuchs -- Regeneration in the cochlea / Douglas A. Cotanche -- Genetics of hearing loss / Cynthia Morton and Anne B. Giersch -- Hearing aids and cochlear implants / John K. Niparko and Andrea Marlowe
Summary The first volume in 'The Oxford Handbook of Auditory Science' 'The Ear' serves both as an introduction and as a reference work for anyone interested in how 'hearing' happens. It will be a valuable resource, for anyone interested in the ongoing challenge, and adventure, of understanding the mysteries of the ear
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Deafness.
Ear -- Physiology.
Hearing -- Physiological aspects.
Ear -- physiology.
Hearing Loss.
Hearing -- physiology.
Form Electronic book
Author Fuchs, Paul A. (Paul Albert), 1951-
LC no. 2009032940
ISBN 0191743496 (ebook)
019923339X
9780191743498 (ebook)
9780199233397
Other Titles Auditory science
Ear