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Frequency Selectivity of the Auditory Nerve Determined by the Electric Stimulation
Filtered noise stimuli were used to determine the frequency sensitivity of the hearing nerve with the use of electrical stimulation. The experiments employed both a singleelectrode and a multi-electrode array. The results of such experiments allowed the collection of data which are necessary to define a model of electrically stimulated hearing. The obtained characteristics of the hearing nerve and discussion of procedures and the results are presented in the paper.
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