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ER-10X Extended Bandwidth Research Probe System, by Iseberg, S, et al., AES 58th International Conference: Music Induced Hearing Disorders (June 2015)

Reflectance measurement validation using acoustic horns, by Rasetshwane, D. and Neely, S., JASA Vol. 138(4), 2246-2255, October 2015.

Measuring Temporal Suppression of Click-Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions at High Frequencies, by Charaziak, K and Shera, C, ARO Meeting 2015

Temporal Suppression of Click-Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions Measured Over a Wide Frequency Range, by Charaziak, K and Shera, C, ARO Meeting 2016

Removing effects of ear-canal acoustics from measurements of otoacoustic emissions, by Charaziak, K, and Shera, C, JASA, Vol. 139(4):2074, April 2016

Compensating for ear-canal acoustics when measuring otoacoustic emissions, by Charaziak, K, and Shera, C, JASA, Vol. 141(1):515-531, January 2017

Effects of Ear Canal Acoustics on Sound Calibration and Otoacoustic Emission Measurements, ARO Meeting 2017

Eartip Modification Greatly Reduces Evanescent Waves, by Siegel, J and Neely, S(2017).,? ARO Meeting 2017.

Intensimetric detection of distortion product otoacoustic emissions with ear canal calibration, by Sisto, R., Cerini, L., Sanjust, F. and Moleti, A., JASA 142, EL13, July 2017

Quality metrics for Th?venin-equivalent acoustic source parameters, by Noorgaard, K, et al, AAS Meeting 2018.

Quantifying undesired parallel components in Thévenin-equivalent acoustic source parameters, by Kren Rahbek Nørgaard, Stephen T. Neely, and Daniel M. Rasetshwane, JASA  Vol. 143(3):1491-1503, March 2018

Evanescent waves in simulated ear canals:  Experimental demonstration and method for compensation, by Jonathan H. Siegel, Kren Rahbek Norgaard, and Stephen T. Neely, JASA Vol. 144 (4): 2135-2146, October 2018.

Cochlear Reflectance and Otoacoustic Emission Predictions of Hearing Loss, by Neely, Stephen T.; Fultz, Sara E.; Kopun, Judy G.; Lenzen, Natalie M.; Rasetshwane, Daniel M., Ear and Hearing: November 5, 2018

Effects of forward and emitted pressure calibrations on the variability of otoacoustic emission measurements across repeated probe fits by Tom Maxim, Christopher Shera, Karolina Charaziak, Carolina Abdala.  Ear and Hearing, March 14, 2019

No effects of attention or visual perceptual load on cochlear function, as measured with stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions, by Jordan A. Beim, Andrew J. Oxenham, and Magdalena Wojtczak. JASA Vol. 146(2): 1475-1491. August 2019.

Variable-rate frequency sweeps and their application to the measurement of otoacoustic emissions, by Anders T. Christensen, Carolina Abdala, and Christopher A. Shera. JASA Vol. 146(5): 3457-3465. November 2019.

Dreisbach Hawe, L.; Portugal, N.; Aguilar, E.; Hansen, W.; Kite, D.; McIntyre, S.; Minasian, C. Acquisition and Repeatability of High-Frequency Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions Using Two Different Calibration Methods in Newborns. Appl. Sci. 2019, 9, 2947.

A cochlea with three parts? Evidence from otoacoustic emission phase in humans, by Anders T. Christensen, Carolina Abdala, and Christopher A. Sheraa, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148, 1585 (2020)

Extended low-frequency phase of the distortion-product otoacoustic emission in human newborns, by Anders T. Christensen, Christopher A. Shera, and Carolina Abdala, JASA Express Letters 1, 014404 (2021)

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