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From: Human sensory-evoked responses differ coincident with either "fusion-memory" or "flash-memory", as shown by stimulus repetition-rate effects

Figure 2

ABR recordings from two subjects. Taken from original paper [14]. Click stimuli delivered monaurally by Etymotic ER-2 insert-earphone at time '0' so that the stimuli arrive at the eardrum 1 ms later, due to tube-delay.

A: ABR from male subject, clicks at 60 dbSL, at 55 S/s using a jittered sequence. The smallest SI in the sequence was 16 ms. The waveform found by QSD is the solid line. The dotted line is the 10 ms duration 'standard' average of the same data, triggered on each stimulus (no QSD). The similarity of waveforms shows that QSD returns the same waveform in a direct comparison (when there is no overlap). The passband was 120 to 2500 Hz.

B: Recordings from female subject, clicks intensity 65 dbSL (relative to threshold measured at slowest rate). Passband filtered from 120 to 2000 Hz during deconvolution. At 9.6 S/s and 40 S/s waveforms obtained by standard averaging, one stimulus per sweep. Other traces obtained via QSD. Vertical dashed lines mark: (1) the timing of peak of the negative-going onset of the cochlear microphonic (CM) and (2) the peak of wave V. Note that the onset CM does not change latency with change in repetition-rate, but wave V does.

C: The first part of the overlapped data from which the respective recordings in B were deconvolved (different time-scale). Note that absence of any 6 ms long flat portions in the convolved data, as compared with the pre-stimulus baseline in the deconvolved waveforms on the left.

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