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Christopher A. Shera, PhD

Title(s)Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
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    http://apg.mechanicsofhearing.org


    The peripheral auditory system transforms air-borne pressure waves into neural impulses that are interpreted by the brain as sound and speech. The cochlea of the inner ear is a snail-shaped electro-hydromechanical signal amplifier, frequency analyzer, and transducer with an astounding constellation of performance characteristics, including sensitivity to sub-atomic displacements with microsecond mechanical response times; wideband operation spanning three orders-of-magnitude in frequency; an input dynamic range of 120 dB, corresponding to a million-million-fold change in signal energy; useful operation even at signal powers 100 times smaller than the background noise; and ultra-low power consumption (15 µW). All of this is achieved not with the latest silicon technology or by exploiting the power of quantum computers — neither has yet approached the performance of the ear — but by self-maintaining biological tissue, most of which is salty water. How does the ear do it?

    The Auditory Physics Group studies how the ear amplifies, analyzes, and creates sound. The goal is not only to understand how the cochlea achieves its astounding sensitivity and dynamic range but to use that knowledge to enhance the power of noninvasive probes of peripheral auditory function (e.g., otoacoustic emissions). Our approach involves a strong, quantitative interplay between theoretical modeling studies and physiological measurements. Ongoing work in the lab focuses on models of cochlear amplification, mechanisms of OAE generation, middle-ear transmission, and comparative studies of cochlear mechanics.

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    Capacitive Pressure/Velocity Probe for Acoustic Measurements in the Human Ear Canal
    NIH/NIDCD R01DC017720Mar 2, 2019 - Feb 29, 2024
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
    Otoacoustic Emissions: Evoking the Future
    NIH/NIDCD R13DC016825Sep 19, 2017 - Aug 31, 2018
    Role: Principal Investigator
    11th International Mechanics of Hearing Workshop
    NIH/NIDCD R13DC010930Aug 1, 2010 - Jul 31, 2011
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Understanding Otoacoustic Emissions
    NIH/NIDCD R01DC003687Jan 1, 1999 - Nov 30, 2013
    Role: Principal Investigator
    MEASURING THE GAIN OF THE COCHLEAR AMPLIFIER
    NIH/NIDCD R03DC003494Sep 1, 1997 - Dec 31, 1998
    Role: Principal Investigator
    MEASURING THE GAIN OF THE COCHLEAR AMPLIFIER
    NIH/NIDCD F32DC000108Nov 1, 1994
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Asymmetry and Microstructure of Temporal-Suppression Patterns in Basilar-Membrane Responses to Clicks: Relation to Tonal Suppression and Traveling-Wave Dispersion. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2020 Apr; 21(2):151-170. Charaziak KK, Dong W, Altoè A, Shera CA. PMID: 32166602.
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    2. Variable-rate frequency sweeps and their application to the measurement of otoacoustic emissions. J Acoust Soc Am. 2019 11; 146(5):3457. Christensen AT, Abdala C, Shera CA. PMID: 31795700.
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    3. Effects of Forward- and Emitted-Pressure Calibrations on the Variability of Otoacoustic Emission Measurements Across Repeated Probe Fits. Ear Hear. 2019 Nov/Dec; 40(6):1345-1358. Maxim T, Shera CA, Charaziak KK, Abdala C. PMID: 30882535.
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    4. Constraints imposed by zero-crossing invariance on cochlear models with two mechanical degrees of freedom. J Acoust Soc Am. 2019 09; 146(3):1685. Sisto R, Shera CA, Altoè A, Moleti A. PMID: 31590512.
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    5. Morphological Immaturity of the Neonatal Organ of Corti and Associated Structures in Humans. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2019 10; 20(5):461-474. Meenderink SWF, Shera CA, Valero MD, Liberman MC, Abdala C. PMID: 31407107.
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    6. On the calculation of reflectance in non-uniform ear canals. J Acoust Soc Am. 2019 08; 146(2):1464. Nørgaard KR, Charaziak KK, Shera CA. PMID: 31472574.
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    7. A comparison of ear-canal-reflectance measurement methods in an ear simulator. J Acoust Soc Am. 2019 08; 146(2):1350. Nørgaard KR, Charaziak KK, Shera CA. PMID: 31472530.
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    8. Cochlear Frequency Tuning and Otoacoustic Emissions. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Med. 2019 02 01; 9(2). Shera CA, Charaziak KK. PMID: 30037987.
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    9. An analytic physically motivated model of the mammalian cochlea. J Acoust Soc Am. 2019 01; 145(1):45. Alkhairy SA, Shera CA. PMID: 30710944.
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    10. Mammalian behavior and physiology converge to confirm sharper cochlear tuning in humans. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2018 10 30; 115(44):11322-11326. Sumner CJ, Wells TT, Bergevin C, Sollini J, Kreft HA, Palmer AR, Oxenham AJ, Shera CA. PMID: 30322908.
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    11. Spectral Ripples in Round-Window Cochlear Microphonics: Evidence for Multiple Generation Mechanisms. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2018 08; 19(4):401-419. Charaziak KK, Siegel JH, Shera CA. PMID: 30014309.
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    12. Reflection- and Distortion-Source Otoacoustic Emissions: Evidence for Increased Irregularity in the Human Cochlea During Aging. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2018 10; 19(5):493-510. Abdala C, Ortmann AJ, Shera CA. PMID: 29968098.
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    13. Temporal Suppression of Clicked-Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions and Basilar-Membrane Motion in Gerbils. AIP Conf Proc. 2018; 1965(1). Charaziak KK, Dong W, Shera CA. PMID: 30057432.
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    14. Probing Apical-Basal Differences in the Human Cochlea Using Distortion-Product Otoacoustic Emission Phase. AIP Conf Proc. 2018 May 31; 1965(1). Christensen AT, Abdala C, Shera CA. PMID: 30089933.
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    15. Introducing Causality Violation for Improved DPOAE Component Unmixing. AIP Conf Proc. 2018 May 31; 1965(1). Moleti A, Sisto R, Shera CA. PMID: 30089934.
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    16. The eardrums move when the eyes move: A multisensory effect on the mechanics of hearing. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2018 02 06; 115(6):E1309-E1318. Gruters KG, Murphy DLK, Jenson CD, Smith DW, Shera CA, Groh JM. PMID: 29363603.
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    17. Swept-tone stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions: Normative data and methodological considerations. J Acoust Soc Am. 2018 01; 143(1):181. Abdala C, Guardia YC, Shera CA. PMID: 29390734.
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    18. Negative-delay sources in distortion product otoacoustic emissions. Hear Res. 2018 03; 360:25-30. Sisto R, Shera CA, Moleti A. PMID: 29287918.
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    19. Dynamics of cochlear nonlinearity: Automatic gain control or instantaneous damping? J Acoust Soc Am. 2017 12; 142(6):3510. Altoè A, Charaziak KK, Shera CA. PMID: 29289066.
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    20. Using Cochlear Microphonic Potentials to Localize Peripheral Hearing Loss. Front Neurosci. 2017; 11:169. Charaziak KK, Shera CA, Siegel JH. PMID: 28420953.
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    21. Characterizing spontaneous otoacoustic emissions across the human lifespan. J Acoust Soc Am. 2017 03; 141(3):1874. Abdala C, Luo P, Shera CA. PMID: 28372113.
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    22. Compensating for ear-canal acoustics when measuring otoacoustic emissions. J Acoust Soc Am. 2017 01; 141(1):515. Charaziak KK, Shera CA. PMID: 28147590.
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    23. Frequency shifts in distortion-product otoacoustic emissions evoked by swept tones. J Acoust Soc Am. 2016 08; 140(2):936. Shera CA, Abdala C. PMID: 27586726.
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    24. Relating the Variability of Tone-Burst Otoacoustic Emission and Auditory Brainstem Response Latencies to the Underlying Cochlear Mechanics. AIP Conf Proc. 2015 Dec 31; 1703. Verhulst S, Shera CA. PMID: 27175040.
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    25. Increasing Computational Efficiency of Cochlear Models Using Boundary Layers. AIP Conf Proc. 2015 Dec 31; 1703. Alkhairy SA, Shera CA. PMID: 27175041.
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    26. Optimizing swept-tone protocols for recording distortion-product otoacoustic emissions in adults and newborns. J Acoust Soc Am. 2015 Dec; 138(6):3785-99. Abdala C, Luo P, Shera CA. PMID: 26723333.
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    27. Iterated intracochlear reflection shapes the envelopes of basilar-membrane click responses. J Acoust Soc Am. 2015 Dec; 138(6):3717-22. Shera CA. PMID: 26723327.
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    28. Functional modeling of the human auditory brainstem response to broadband stimulation. J Acoust Soc Am. 2015 Sep; 138(3):1637-59. Verhulst S, Bharadwaj HM, Mehraei G, Shera CA, Shinn-Cunningham BG. PMID: 26428802.
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    29. The spiral staircase: tonotopic microstructure and cochlear tuning. J Neurosci. 2015 Mar 18; 35(11):4683-90. Shera CA. PMID: 25788685.
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    30. On the spatial distribution of the reflection sources of different latency components of otoacoustic emissions. J Acoust Soc Am. 2015 Feb; 137(2):768-76. Sisto R, Moleti A, Shera CA. PMID: 25698011.
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    31. On the method of lumens. J Acoust Soc Am. 2014 Dec; 136(6):3126. Shera CA. PMID: 25480060.
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    32. Otoacoustic-emission-based medial-olivocochlear reflex assays for humans. J Acoust Soc Am. 2014 Nov; 136(5):2697-713. Marshall L, Lapsley Miller JA, Guinan JJ, Shera CA, Reed CM, Perez ZD, Delhorne LA, Boege P. PMID: 25373970.
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    33. Increased contralateral suppression of otoacoustic emissions indicates a hyperresponsive medial olivocochlear system in humans with tinnitus and hyperacusis. J Neurophysiol. 2014 Dec 15; 112(12):3197-208. Knudson IM, Shera CA, Melcher JR. PMID: 25231612.
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    34. Macromechanics of Hearing: The Unknown Known. AIP Conf Proc. 2014 Jun; 1703. Shera CA. PMID: 27630377.
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    35. Distortion-product otoacoustic emission reflection-component delays and cochlear tuning: estimates from across the human lifespan. J Acoust Soc Am. 2014 Apr; 135(4):1950-8. Abdala C, Guérit F, Luo P, Shera CA. PMID: 25234993.
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    36. Measuring stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions using swept tones. J Acoust Soc Am. 2013 Jul; 134(1):356-68. Kalluri R, Shera CA. PMID: 23862813.
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    37. Basilar-membrane interference patterns from multiple internal reflection of cochlear traveling waves. J Acoust Soc Am. 2013 Apr; 133(4):2224-39. Shera CA, Cooper NP. PMID: 23556591.
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    38. Nonlinear time-domain cochlear model for transient stimulation and human otoacoustic emission. J Acoust Soc Am. 2012 Dec; 132(6):3842-8. Verhulst S, Dau T, Shera CA. PMID: 23231114.
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    39. Obtaining reliable phase-gradient delays from otoacoustic emission data. J Acoust Soc Am. 2012 Aug; 132(2):927-43. Shera CA, Bergevin C. PMID: 22894215.
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    40. The cochlea as a smart structure. Smart Mater Struct. 2012 Jun; 21(6):64001. Elliott SJ, Shera CA. PMID: 23148128.
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    41. Probing cochlear tuning and tonotopy in the tiger using otoacoustic emissions. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol. 2012 Aug; 198(8):617-24. Bergevin C, Walsh EJ, McGee J, Shera CA. PMID: 22645048.
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    42. Reflectance of acoustic horns and solution of the inverse problem. J Acoust Soc Am. 2012 Mar; 131(3):1863-73. Rasetshwane DM, Neely ST, Allen JB, Shera CA. PMID: 22423684.
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    43. Can a Static Nonlinearity Account for the Dynamics of Otoacoustic Emission Suppression? AIP Conf Proc. 2011 Nov; 1403(1):257-263. Verhulst S, Shera CA, Harte JM, Dau T. PMID: 25284908.
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    44. Tracing Distortion Product (DP) Waves in a Cochlear Model. AIP Conf Proc. 2011 Nov; 1403(1):557-562. de Boer E, Shera CA, Nuttall AL. PMID: 25284909.
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    45. Frequency selectivity in Old-World monkeys corroborates sharp cochlear tuning in humans. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Oct 18; 108(42):17516-20. Joris PX, Bergevin C, Kalluri R, Mc Laughlin M, Michelet P, van der Heijden M, Shera CA. PMID: 21987783.
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    46. On cochlear impedances and the miscomputation of power gain. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2011 Dec; 12(6):671-6. Shera CA, Olson ES, Guinan JJ. PMID: 21947765.
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    47. Distortion products and backward-traveling waves in nonlinear active models of the cochlea. J Acoust Soc Am. 2011 May; 129(5):3141-52. Sisto R, Moleti A, Botti T, Bertaccini D, Shera CA. PMID: 21568417.
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    48. Forward- and Reverse-Traveling Waves in DP Phenomenology: Does Inverted Direction of Wave Propagation Occur in Classical Models? AIP Conf Proc. 2011; 1403. Sisto R, Shera CA, Moleti A, Botti T. PMID: 24376285.
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    49. Otoacoustic Estimates of Cochlear Tuning: Testing Predictions in Macaque. AIP Conf Proc. 2011; 1403:286-292. Shera CA, Bergevin C, Kalluri R, Laughlin MM, Michelet P, van der Heijden M, Joris PX. PMID: 24701000.
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    50. Auditory sensitivity may require dynamically unstable spike generators: evidence from a model of electrical stimulation. J Acoust Soc Am. 2010 Nov; 128(5):EL300-5. O'Gorman DE, Colburn HS, Shera CA. PMID: 21110542.
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    51. Otoacoustic estimation of cochlear tuning: validation in the chinchilla. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2010 Sep; 11(3):343-65. Shera CA, Guinan JJ, Oxenham AJ. PMID: 20440634.
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    52. Coherent reflection without traveling waves: on the origin of long-latency otoacoustic emissions in lizards. J Acoust Soc Am. 2010 Apr; 127(4):2398-409. Bergevin C, Shera CA. PMID: 20370023.
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    53. Posture systematically alters ear-canal reflectance and DPOAE properties. Hear Res. 2010 May; 263(1-2):43-51. Voss SE, Adegoke MF, Horton NJ, Sheth KN, Rosand J, Shera CA. PMID: 20227475.
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    54. Dynamical instability determines the effect of ongoing noise on neural firing. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2009 Jun; 10(2):251-67. O'Gorman DE, White JA, Shera CA. PMID: 19308644.
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    55. Testing coherent reflection in chinchilla: Auditory-nerve responses predict stimulus-frequency emissions. J Acoust Soc Am. 2008 Jul; 124(1):381-95. Shera CA, Tubis A, Talmadge CL. PMID: 18646984.
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    56. Otoacoustic emissions in humans, birds, lizards, and frogs: evidence for multiple generation mechanisms. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol. 2008 Jul; 194(7):665-83. Bergevin C, Freeman DM, Saunders JC, Shera CA. PMID: 18500528.
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    57. Cochlear reflectivity in transmission-line models and otoacoustic emission characteristic time delays. J Acoust Soc Am. 2007 Dec; 122(6):3554-61. Sisto R, Moleti A, Shera CA. PMID: 18247763.
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    58. Comparing stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions measured by compression, suppression, and spectral smoothing. J Acoust Soc Am. 2007 Dec; 122(6):3562-75. Kalluri R, Shera CA. PMID: 18247764.
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    59. Laser amplification with a twist: traveling-wave propagation and gain functions from throughout the cochlea. J Acoust Soc Am. 2007 Nov; 122(5):2738-58. Shera CA. PMID: 18189566.
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    60. Near equivalence of human click-evoked and stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions. J Acoust Soc Am. 2007 Apr; 121(4):2097-110. Kalluri R, Shera CA. PMID: 17471725.
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    61. Allen-Fahey and related experiments support the predominance of cochlear slow-wave otoacoustic emissions. J Acoust Soc Am. 2007 Mar; 121(3):1564-75. Shera CA, Tubis A, Talmadge CL, de Boer E, Fahey PF, Guinan JJ. PMID: 17407894.
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    62. Cochlear traveling-wave amplification, suppression, and beamforming probed using noninvasive calibration of intracochlear distortion sources. J Acoust Soc Am. 2007 Feb; 121(2):1003-16. Shera CA, Guinan JJ. PMID: 17348523.
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    63. Wave propagation patterns in a "classical" three-dimensional model of the cochlea. J Acoust Soc Am. 2007 Jan; 121(1):352-62. de Boer E, Nuttall AL, Shera CA. PMID: 17297790.
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    64. Posture-induced changes in distortion-product otoacoustic emissions and the potential for noninvasive monitoring of changes in intracranial pressure. Neurocrit Care. 2006; 4(3):251-7. Voss SE, Horton NJ, Tabucchi TH, Folowosele FO, Shera CA. PMID: 16757834.
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    65. Coherent reflection in a two-dimensional cochlea: Short-wave versus long-wave scattering in the generation of reflection-source otoacoustic emissions. J Acoust Soc Am. 2005 Jul; 118(1):287-313. Shera CA, Tubis A, Talmadge CL. PMID: 16119350.
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    66. Do forward- and backward-traveling waves occur within the cochlea? Countering the critique of Nobili et al. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2004 Dec; 5(4):349-59. Shera CA, Tubis A, Talmadge CL. PMID: 15675000.
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    67. Simultaneous measurement of middle-ear input impedance and forward/reverse transmission in cat. J Acoust Soc Am. 2004 Oct; 116(4 Pt 1):2187-98. Voss SE, Shera CA. PMID: 15532651.
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    68. Mechanisms of mammalian otoacoustic emission and their implications for the clinical utility of otoacoustic emissions. Ear Hear. 2004 Apr; 25(2):86-97. Shera CA. PMID: 15064654.
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    69. The origin of SFOAE microstructure in the guinea pig. Hear Res. 2003 Sep; 183(1-2):7-17. Goodman SS, Withnell RH, Shera CA. PMID: 13679133.
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    70. Estimates of human cochlear tuning at low levels using forward and simultaneous masking. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2003 Dec; 4(4):541-54. Oxenham AJ, Shera CA. PMID: 14716510.
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    71. Mammalian spontaneous otoacoustic emissions are amplitude-stabilized cochlear standing waves. J Acoust Soc Am. 2003 Jul; 114(1):244-62. Shera CA. PMID: 12880039.
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    72. Stimulus-frequency-emission group delay: a test of coherent reflection filtering and a window on cochlear tuning. J Acoust Soc Am. 2003 May; 113(5):2762-72. Shera CA, Guinan JJ. PMID: 12765394.
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    73. Revised estimates of human cochlear tuning from otoacoustic and behavioral measurements. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 Mar 05; 99(5):3318-23. Shera CA, Guinan JJ, Oxenham AJ. PMID: 11867706.
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    74. Small tumor virus genomes are integrated near nuclear matrix attachment regions in transformed cells. J Virol. 2001 Dec; 75(24):12339-46. Shera KA, Shera CA, McDougall JK. PMID: 11711624.
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    75. Intensity-invariance of fine time structure in basilar-membrane click responses: implications for cochlear mechanics. J Acoust Soc Am. 2001 Jul; 110(1):332-48. Shera CA. PMID: 11508959.
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    76. Frequency glides in click responses of the basilar membrane and auditory nerve: their scaling behavior and origin in traveling-wave dispersion. J Acoust Soc Am. 2001 May; 109(5 Pt 1):2023-34. Shera CA. PMID: 11386555.
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    77. Distortion-product source unmixing: a test of the two-mechanism model for DPOAE generation. J Acoust Soc Am. 2001 Feb; 109(2):622-37. Kalluri R, Shera CA. PMID: 11248969.
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    78. Interrelations among distortion-product phase-gradient delays: their connection to scaling symmetry and its breaking. J Acoust Soc Am. 2000 Dec; 108(6):2933-48. Shera CA, Talmadge CL, Tubis A. PMID: 11144585.
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    79. Middle ear pathology can affect the ear-canal sound pressure generated by audiologic earphones. Ear Hear. 2000 Aug; 21(4):265-74. Voss SE, Rosowski JJ, Merchant SN, Thornton AR, Shera CA, Peake WT. PMID: 10981602.
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    80. Acoustic mechanisms that determine the ear-canal sound pressures generated by earphones. J Acoust Soc Am. 2000 Mar; 107(3):1548-65. Voss SE, Rosowski JJ, Shera CA, Peake WT. PMID: 10738809.
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    81. Evoked otoacoustic emissions arise by two fundamentally different mechanisms: a taxonomy for mammalian OAEs. J Acoust Soc Am. 1999 Feb; 105(2 Pt 1):782-98. Shera CA, Guinan JJ. PMID: 9972564.
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    82. The origin of periodicity in the spectrum of evoked otoacoustic emissions. J Acoust Soc Am. 1995 Oct; 98(4):2018-47. Zweig G, Shera CA. PMID: 7593924.
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    83. Noninvasive measurement of the cochlear traveling-wave ratio. J Acoust Soc Am. 1993 Jun; 93(6):3333-52. Shera CA, Zweig G. PMID: 8326061.
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    84. Middle-ear phenomenology: the view from the three windows. J Acoust Soc Am. 1992 Sep; 92(3):1356-70. Shera CA, Zweig G. PMID: 1401522.
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