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Role of middle-ear inertial component of bone conduction in chinchilla
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013)
Bone conduction describes the mechanisms that produce a hearing sensation when the skull bones are subjected to vibration. Multiple components and pathways have been suggested to contribute to total bone-conducted sound. ...
Evidence of inner-ear mechanisms in bone conduction in chinchillas
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
While much is known about the process of how airborne sound is conducted to the inner-ear via the outer ear and middle ear, so-called air conduction (AC), the mechanisms by which vibrations of the head and body, so-called ...