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Neuroscience, ISSN 0306-4522, 12/2019, Volume 422, pp. 212 - 227
Noise-induced hearing loss generally induces loudness recruitment, but sometimes gives rise to hyperacusis, a debilitating condition in which moderate... 
Hyperacusis | Central gain | Loudness recruitment | Noise exposure | Amygdala | Auditory cortex | C57BL/6J MICE | REACTION-TIME | PREPULSE INHIBITION | EQUAL LOUDNESS | NEUROSCIENCES | INFERIOR COLLICULUS | HEARING-LOSS | STARTLE RESPONSE | EVOKED-RESPONSES | RESPONSE AMPLITUDES | WILLIAMS-SYNDROME
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Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, ISSN 1525-3961, 3/2009, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 5 - 22
Loudness recruitment, an abnormally rapid growth of perceived loudness with sound level, is a common symptom of sensorineural hearing loss. Following acoustic... 
sensorineural hearing loss | Neurosciences | neural encoding | auditory nerve | Neurobiology | chopper units | Otorhinolaryngology | hyperacusis | stellate cell | loudness recruitment | bushy cell | Medicine & Public Health | rate-level function | primary-like units | sound intensity | sound level | acoustic trauma | ventral cochlear nucleus | neuroplasticity | Neuroplasticity | Bushy cell | Sound level | Loudness recruitment | Rate-level function | Sound intensity | Stellate cell | Auditory nerve | Ventral cochlear nucleus | Hyperacusis | Acoustic trauma | Sensorineural hearing loss | Primary-like units | Neural encoding | GLOBULAR BUSHY CELLS | CONGENITALLY DEAF MICE | BRAIN-STEM | NEUROSCIENCES | INFERIOR COLLICULUS | RESPONSE PROPERTIES | MULTIPOLAR CELLS | OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY | AWAKE GUINEA-PIGS | EVOKED-RESPONSES | INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC-TRANSMISSION | AUDITORY-NERVE FIBERS | Cochlear Nerve - physiopathology | Hyperacusis - physiopathology | Neurons - pathology | Cats | Hearing Loss, Noise-Induced - physiopathology | Loudness Perception - physiology | Acoustic Stimulation | Hearing Loss, Noise-Induced - complications | Male | Cochlear Nucleus - pathology | Action Potentials | Animals | Hyperacusis - etiology | Cochlear Nucleus - physiopathology | Neurons - physiology | Auditory Threshold - physiology | Employee recruitment | Neurons | Index Medicus
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NeuroQuantology, ISSN 1303-5150, 2017, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp. 86 - 91
The psychophysical perceptual process can be taken to occur in two steps. The first one, from sensation to the generation of the neural correlate by population... 
Fechner’s law | Neural correlate | Perceptual saturation | Stevens’s law | Psychophysics | Population-coding | Neural recruitment | Fechner's law | PSYCHOPHYSICAL LAW | Stevens's law | population-coding | neural correlate | neural recruitment | perceptual saturation | psychophysics | LOUDNESS | NEUROSCIENCES
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Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, ISSN 1525-3961, 6/2002, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp. 120 - 139
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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, ISSN 0001-4966, 05/2019, Volume 145, Issue 5, pp. 2861 - 2870
The ability to discriminate irregular from regular amplitude modulation was assessed using the “envelope regularity discrimination” test. The amount of... 
YOUNG-ADULTS | ACOUSTICS | PERCEPTION | BRAIN-STEM RESPONSE | NEUROPATHY | COCHLEAR SYNAPTOPATHY | AUDIOLOGY & SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY | MODULATION TRANSFER-FUNCTIONS | HIDDEN HEARING-LOSS | SPEECH | LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT | NOISE EXPOSURE
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Journal of Neuroscience, ISSN 0270-6474, 02/2013, Volume 33, Issue 6, pp. 2356 - 2364
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Neurobiology of Aging, ISSN 0197-4580, 11/2019, Volume 83, pp. 73 - 85
Sensitivity to temporal regularity (e.g., recurring modulation in amplitude) is crucial for speech perception. Degradation of the auditory periphery due to... 
Aging | Amplitude modulation | Neural synchronization | Neural adaptation | Sustained activity | NOISE | SPEECH-PERCEPTION | NEUROSCIENCES | GERIATRICS & GERONTOLOGY | HEARING-LOSS | ENTRAINMENT | AGE-RELATED-CHANGES | AUDITORY-CORTEX | EVOKED-RESPONSES | LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT | AGING AFFECTS | CORTICAL OSCILLATIONS
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Neurobiology of Aging, ISSN 0197-4580, 02/2019, Volume 74, pp. 202 - 212
Hearing impairment goes with speech perception difficulties, presumably not only because of poor hearing sensitivity but also because of altered central... 
Neural synchronization | Hearing impairment | Envelope modulations | Age | Audibility | AUDITORY-SYSTEM | STEADY-STATE RESPONSES | TEMPORAL FINE-STRUCTURE | NEUROSCIENCES | GERIATRICS & GERONTOLOGY | LOSS ALTERS | CEREBRAL LATERALIZATION | SPEECH RECOGNITION | NORMALLY HEARING | HEMISPHERIC-ASYMMETRY | LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT | AMPLITUDE-MODULATION
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International Journal of Audiology, ISSN 1499-2027, 05/2018, Volume 57, Issue sup3, pp. S71 - S80
Objective: Loudness perception of binaural broadband signals, e.g. speech shaped noise, shows large individual differences using frequency-dependent... 
hearing impairment | diagnosis | Loudness summation | categorical loudness scaling | hearing-aid fitting | recruitment | TONES | AUDIOLOGY & SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY | NOISE | MODEL | BINAURAL LOUDNESS | OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY | FREQUENCY | DURATION
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