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*  Electric acoustic stimulation
... above 1 kHz can be beyond the range of amplification possible via acoustic stimulation. Electric stimulation (CI), on the other ... Electric acoustic stimulation (EAS) is the use of a hearing aid and a cochlear implant together in the same ear. The hearing ... This acoustic stimulation proves to be particularly effective in the low frequencies, though a severe hearing loss (> 70 dB HL ... Gstoettner W., Helbig S., Maier N., Kiefer J., Radeloff A., Adunka O. (2006). Ipsilateral Electric Acoustic Stimulation of the ...
*  Neuroprosthetics
Electric-acoustic stimulation of the auditory system. ORL 61:334-340. B. J. Gantz, C. Turner, and K. E. Gfeller, "Acoustic plus ... The concept of combining simultaneous electric-acoustic stimulation (EAS) for the purposes of better hearing was first ... The stimulation can also be done anywhere along the optic signal's path way. The optical nerve can be stimulated in order to ... Sacral nerve stimulation for treatment of refractory urinary urge incontinence. Sacral nerve study group. J Urol 1999 Aug;16(2 ...
*  Prepulse inhibition
Hoffman, H. S; Fleshler, M (1963). "Startle Reaction: Modification by Background Acoustic Stimulation". Science. 141 (3584): ... A burst of white noise is usually used as the acoustic startle stimulus. Typical durations are 20 ms for prepulse and 40 ms for ... Swerdlow, N R; Paulsen, J; Braff, D L; Butters, N; Geyer, M A; Swenson, M R (1995). "Impaired prepulse inhibition of acoustic ... Filion, Diane L; Dawson, Michael E; Schell, Anne M (1993). "Modification of the acoustic startle-reflex eyeblink: A tool for ...
*  Biophysical profile
Pinette MG, Blackstone J, Wax JR, Cartin A (June 2005). "Using fetal acoustic stimulation to shorten the biophysical profile". ... Fetal heart rate Fetal breathing Fetal movement Fetal tone Amniotic fluid volume Use of vibroacoustic stimulation to accelerate ...
*  Volley theory
Hilali, S.; Whitfield, I. C. (October 1953). "Responses of the trapezoid body to acoustic stimulation with pure tones". The ... which had varying phases according to stimulation frequency. This phenomenon was interpreted as the result of a second harmonic ...
*  Prenatal memory
Visser, G.H.A.; Mulder, H.H.; Wit, H.P.; Mulder, E.J.H.; Prechtl, H.F.R. (1989). "Vibro-acoustic stimulation of the human fetus ... Vibroacoustic stimulation is a technique involving the repetitive stimulation of the fetus, by applying a vibroacoustic ... Stimulation trials continue into the neonatal period (first 28 days after birth) by presenting the same auditory stimulus, to ... Both auditory and vibroacoustic stimulation have been used in habituation. ...
*  Endaural phenomena
... are sounds that are heard without any external acoustic stimulation. Endaural means "in the ear". Phenomena ...
*  Olivocochlear system
... following acoustic stimulation. Using acoustic stimuli to activate the MOC reflex pathway, recordings have been made from ... Cody and Johnstone (1982) and Rajan and Johnstone (1988a; 1988b) showed that constant acoustic stimulation (which evokes a ... Acoustic stimulation of the inner hair cells sends a neural signal to the posteroventral cochlear nucleus (PVCN), and the axons ... electrical stimulation of neurons other than MOCS fibres. Therefore, electrical stimulation of the MOCS may not give an ...
*  Vestibular evoked myogenic potential
Townsend GL, Cody DTR (1971). The averaged inion response evoked by acoustic stimulation: its relation to the saccule. Ann Otol ... Rosengren SM, Todd NPM, Colebatch JG (2005). Vestibular-evoked extraocular potentials produced by stimulation with bone- ... bone vibration and short duration electrical stimulation. It is likely that both air-conducted and bone-conducted stimuli ... Vestibulocollic reflexes evoked by short-duration galvanic stimulation in man. J Physiol 513(2):587-97. Curthoys IS, Kim J, ...
*  Nonstress test
... a comparison of fetal acoustic stimulation with acid-base determinations". Am J Obstet Gynecol. 155: 726-728. doi:10.1016/s0002 ... Vibroacoustic stimulation can wake the fetus, and is sometimes used to speed up the test or to facilitate further evaluation of ...
*  Phonemic restoration effect
Phonemic Restoration with Simulations of Cochlear Implants and Combined Electric-Acoustic Stimulation". Journal of the ... It is believed that humans and other vertebrates have evolved the ability to complete acoustic signals that are critical but ... "Dynamic cortical representations of perceptual fulling-in for missing acoustic rhythm". Scientific Reports. 7 (1): 17536. doi: ...
*  Otolith
In humans vestibular evoked myogenic potentials occur in response to loud, low frequency acoustic stimulation in patients with ... There is evidence that the vestibular system of mammals has retained some of its ancestral acoustic sensitivity and that this ... response to an elicited acoustic startle reflex is larger in the presence of loud, low frequency sounds that are below the ... In mice sensation of acoustic information via the vestibular system has been demonstrated to have a behaviourally relevant ...
*  Henryk Skarżyński
Electric Acoustic Stimulation in Children W: Van de Heyning P, Kleine Punte A (eds): Cochlear Implants and Hearing Preservation ...
*  GIPC3
Besides their hearing impairment, Black Swiss mice also are hypersensitive to acoustic stimulation, reacting with seizures ( ... GIPC3 is thought to be important for acoustic signal acquisition and propagation in hair cells of the mammalian cochlea. The ...
*  List of Ig Nobel Prize winners
Fetal Acoustic Stimulation Device," patent ES2546919B1, granted September 29, 2015 to Luis y Pallarés Aniorte and Maria Luisa ... Uchiyama, M.; Jin, X.; Zhang, Q.; Hirai, T.; Amano, A.; Bashuda, H.; Niimi, M. (2012). "Auditory stimulation of opera music ... Matsumi Suzuki, President of Japan Acoustic Lab, and Dr. Norio Kogure, Executive Director, Kogure Veterinary Hospital, for ...
*  MED-EL
These include cochlear implants, middle ear implants, bone conduction hearing implants, electric acoustic stimulation hearing ...
*  Nocturnality
"Studies of the neural basis of evasive flight behavior in response to acoustic stimulation in Heliothis zea (Lepidoptera: ...
*  EAS
... an American organization in analytical chemistry Electric acoustic stimulation, hearing aid and a cochlear implant in the same ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E02)
... acoustic stimulation MeSH E02.190.888.061 --- aromatherapy MeSH E02.190.888.124 --- art therapy MeSH E02.190.888.249 --- color ... transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation MeSH E02.779.480.500 --- motion therapy, continuous passive MeSH E02.779.496.020 --- ...
*  Vibroacoustic stimulation
... (VAS), sometimes referred to as fetal vibroacoustic stimulation or fetal acoustic stimulation test ( ... "Vibroacoustic stimulation for fetal assessment in labour in the presence of a nonreassuring fetal heart rate trace". The ... Vibroacoustic stimulation is typically used during a nonstress test (NST). In 2013, the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews ... "Fetal vibroacoustic stimulation for facilitation of tests of fetal wellbeing". The Cochrane Library. 12: CD002963. doi:10.1002/ ...
*  Sergey Kravkov (psychologist)
96-103 Kravkov S. V. The influence of acoustic stimulation upon the colour sensibility of a protanopic eye /Аcta ... 379-398 Kravkov S. V. Changes of visual acuity in one eye under the influence of the illumination of the other or of acoustic ... 348-360 Kravkov S.V. Effect of indirect light stimulation as a function of the intensity of a direct stimulus / Acta ...
*  Tectorial membrane
... the sensory inner hair cells and electrically-motile outer hair cells of the organ of Corti and during acoustic stimulation ...
*  Cochlear implant
Auditory brainstem implant Bone-anchored hearing aid Bone conduction Brain implant Ear trumpet Electric Acoustic Stimulation ...
*  Listener fatigue
Outer hair cells serve as acoustic amplifiers for stimulation of the inner hair cells. Outer hair cells respond primarily to ... A metronome was used as part of a technique to test the effects of musical and rhythmic stimulation in physical rehabilitation ... When this boost occurs, an acoustic reflex mechanism triggers and acts as a defense against these sounds. This mechanism seeks ... Cochlear Blood Flow Changes With Short Sound Stimulation. Scientific basis of noise-induced hearing loss. New York Stuttgart ...
*  Startle response
"A primary acoustic startle circuit: lesion and stimulation studies" (Free full text). Journal of Neuroscience. 2 (6): 791-805. ... The acoustic startle reflex is thought to be caused by an auditory stimulus greater than 80 decibels. The reflex is typically ... A reflex from hearing a sudden loud noise will happen in the primary acoustic startle reflex pathway consisting of three main ... The role of the BNST in the acoustic startle reflex may be attributed to specific areas within the nucleus responsible for ...
*  Acoustic microscopy
Kessler, L. W. (1970). "Ultrasonic Stimulation of Optical Scattering in Nematic Liquid Crystals". Applied Physics Letters. 17 ( ... These are the scanning acoustic microscope (SAM), Confocal scanning acoustic microscope (CSAM), and C-mode scanning acoustic ... Planar acoustic images do not often use all return echoes from all depths to make the visible acoustic image. Instead, a time ... Acoustic microscopy is microscopy that employs very high or ultra high frequency ultrasound. Acoustic microscopes operate non- ...