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Modulation rate discrimination using half-wave rectified and sinusoidally amplitude modulated stimuli in cochlear-implant users
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10.1121/1.3282947
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Schematic diagram of the SAM stimulus (left panel) and HWR sinusoidal stimulus (right panel) with the same rms level. In this example, the pulse rate is and the modulation rate is .

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FIG. 2.

THS and MAL as a function of base modulation rate averaged across subjects. Each panel represents the data for a different electrode location across the array. Open and filled symbols represent SAM and HWR stimuli, respectively. Triangles show THS values, squares show MAL values, and circles replot MAL values in terms of peak (rather than rms) amplitude. Error bars represent 1 s.e. of the mean.

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Modulation rate DLs expressed as a percentage of the base rate averaged across subjects. Each panel represents the data for a different electrode location across the array. Error bars represent 1 s.e. of the mean.

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Scitation: Modulation rate discrimination using half-wave rectified and sinusoidally amplitude modulated stimuli in cochlear-implant users
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/127/2/10.1121/1.3282947
10.1121/1.3282947
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