Christopher A Shera
TitleCited byYear
Evoked otoacoustic emissions arise by two fundamentally different mechanisms: a taxonomy for mammalian OAEs
CA Shera, JJ Guinan Jr
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 105 (2), 782-798, 1999
6421999
Revised estimates of human cochlear tuning from otoacoustic and behavioral measurements
CA Shera, JJ Guinan, AJ Oxenham
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (5), 3318, 2002
4202002
The origin of periodicity in the spectrum of evoked otoacoustic emissions
G Zweig, CA Shera
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 98 (4), 2018-2047, 1995
4081995
Mammalian spontaneous otoacoustic emissions are amplitude-stabilized cochlear standing waves
CA Shera
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 114 (1), 244-262, 2003
1932003
Stimulus-frequency-emission group delay: A test of coherent reflection filtering and a window on cochlear tuning
CA Shera, JJ Guinan Jr
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113 (5), 2762-2772, 2003
1892003
Distortion-product source unmixing: A test of the two-mechanism model for DPOAE generation
R Kalluri, CA Shera
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109 (2), 622-637, 2001
1872001
Estimates of human cochlear tuning at low levels using forward and simultaneous masking
AJ Oxenham, CA Shera
JARO-Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 4 (4), 541-554, 2003
1812003
Mechanisms of mammalian otoacoustic emission and their implications for the clinical utility of otoacoustic emissions
CA Shera
Ear and hearing 25 (2), 86, 2004
1702004
Otoacoustic estimation of cochlear tuning: validation in the chinchilla
CA Shera, JJ Guinan, AJ Oxenham
Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology 11 (3), 343-365, 2010
1532010
Frequency selectivity in Old-World monkeys corroborates sharp cochlear tuning in humans
PX Joris, C Bergevin, R Kalluri, M Mc Laughlin, P Michelet, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (42), 17516-17520, 2011
992011
Intensity-invariance of fine time structure in basilar-membrane click responses: Implications for cochlear mechanics
CA Shera
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 110 (1), 332-348, 2001
982001
Near equivalence of human click-evoked and stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions
R Kalluri, CA Shera
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 121 (4), 2097-2110, 2007
972007
Noninvasive measurement of the cochlear traveling‐wave ratio
CA Shera, G Zweig
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 93 (6), 3333-3352, 1993
921993
Coherent reflection in a two-dimensional cochlea: Short-wave versus long-wave scattering in the generation of reflection-source otoacoustic emissions
CA Shera, A Tubis, CL Talmadge
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 118 (1), 287-313, 2005
782005
Laser amplification with a twist: Traveling-wave propagation and gain functions from throughout the cochlea
CA Shera
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122, 2738, 2007
732007
Nonlinear time-domain cochlear model for transient stimulation and human otoacoustic emission
S Verhulst, T Dau, CA Shera
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 132 (6), 3842-3848, 2012
702012
Posture-induced changes in distortion-product otoacoustic emissions and the potential for noninvasive monitoring of changes in intracranial pressure
SE Voss, NJ Horton, THP Tabucchi, FO Folowosele, CA Shera
Neurocritical care 4 (3), 251-257, 2006
632006
Small tumor virus genomes are integrated near nuclear matrix attachment regions in transformed cells
KA Shera, CA Shera, JK McDougall
Journal of virology 75 (24), 12339, 2001
612001
Comparing stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions measured by compression, suppression, and spectral smoothing
R Kalluri, CA Shera
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122 (6), 3562-3575, 2007
602007
Order from chaos: Resolving the paradox of periodicity in evoked otoacoustic emission
CA Shera, G Zweig
Biophysics of Hair Cell Sensory Systems, edited by H. Duifhuis, JW Horst, P …, 1993
571993
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