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Re: Cochlea Amplifier models : a new list

At 6:28 PM +0200 10/10/07, Martin Braun wrote:
Can you specifically give a reference for studies that show neural tuning at high sound levels which have in some way controlled for response saturation?

Response saturation is not an issue here. You can determine the CFs of a neuron at 60 dB and at 90 dB. A half-octave shift of CF, say from 1 kHz to 1.4 kHz, has to my knowledge never been recorded.

CF usually means the frequency of greatest sensitivity, that is, the frequency corresponding to the lowest intensity that causes some criterion output level. What do you mean here by "CFs of a neuron at 60 dB and at 90 dB"? Where can we see such data?