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Section I. Cochlear Functioning.- Dimensionality of cochlear waves.- An active cochlear model with negative damping in the partition: comparison with Rhode's ante- and post-mortem observations.- Two possible mechanisms for the second cochlear filter.- The electrophysiological profile of the organ of Corti.- Observations on the generation mechanism of stimulus frequency acoustic emissions - two tone suppression.- The combination tone, 2f1-f2, in psychophysics and ear-canal recording.- On the mechanism of the evoked cochlear mechanical response.- Cochlear mechanics as the possible cause of binaural diplacusis?.- Latencies of stimulated acoustic emissions in normal human ears.- Functional identification of auditory neurons based on stimulus-event correlation.- A cochlear micromechanic model of transduction.- Quantative model analysis of basilar membrane motion.- Phase response versus best frequency in caiman auditory nerve discharges.- Section II. Frequence- and Time-Resolution.- The use of psychophysical tuning curves to measure frequency selectivity.- Psychophysical frequency resolution in the cat studied with forward masking.- Chronic anoxia and auditory nerve fibres.- Some psychophysical measurements of frequency processing in the greater horseshoe bat.- Altered psychophysical tuning curves following exposure to a noise band with steep spectral skirts.- The effect of age on auditory filter shape.- Auditory filter bandwidth derived from direct masking of complex signals.- Effects of noise exposure on frequency selectivity in normal and hearing-impaired listeners.- Narrow-band AP studies in normal and recruiting human ears.- Effects of acute noise traumata on cochlear response times in cats.- Narrow-band analysis: a link between single-fibre and whole-nerve data.- AP-tuning curve and narrow-band AP following acoustic overstimulation.- Decay of masking and frequency resolution in sensorineural hearing-impaired listeners.- Suppression in the time domain.- Adaptation of masking.- Very rapid adaptation in auditory ganglion cells.- Temporal modulation transfer functions for intensity modulated noise bands.- Section III. Lateral Suppression and Distortion Products.- A psychoacoustical approach to pulsation threshold.- Detection cues in forward masking.- Pulsation patterns of two-tone stimuli.- Two-tone suppression and intermodulation distortion in the cochlea: effect of outer hair cell lesions.- Psychophysical three-tone suppression.- Some results of a band-widening experiment obtained with a lateralization paradigm.- Investigation of monaural phase effects by measuring binaural masking thresholds.- Cubic difference tone level and phase dependence on frequency difference and level of primaries.- Responses of cat cochlear nerve fibres to cubic difference tones.- Psychophysical tuning curves for the difference tones f2-f1 and 2f1-f2.- Section IV. Intensity Coding and Dynamic Range.- Suppression effects in the responses of auditory-nerve fibres to broadband stimuli.- On the signal processing potential of high threshold auditory nerve fibers.- "Phase-locking" of cochlear fibres and the problem of dynamic range.- Dynamic response of single auditory-nerve fibres: some effects of intensity and time.- Spectral resolution of comb-filtered noise by cochlear fibers in the cat: preliminary results of comparisons with their rate-level functions.- Loudness of noise in the presence of tones: measurements and nonlinear model results.- Section V. Pitch Perception.- Pitch strength and masking patterns of low-pass noise.- Influence of masking noise on the pitch of complex tones.- Toward understanding pitch perception: probems, concepts and solutions.- The relation between pitch and frequency in complex tones.- Temporal properties of the pitch and pitch strength of ripple noise.- The effect of stimulus duration on the prominence of pitch.- Atonal periodicity sensation for comb filtered noise signals.- Section VI. Binaural Hearing.- Lateralization of complex waveforms.- Lateralization of high-frequency stimuli on the basis of time and intensity.- Binaural interaction in the cat inferior colliculus: phydiology and anatomy.- Note on the model of binaural interaction in impaired auditory system.- Modelling of interaural time and intensity difference discrimination.- Binaural time processing and time-intensity trading.- Role of frequency selectivity in localization and lateralization.- Interactions between two-tone complexes and masking noise.- Subjective laterality of noise-masked binaural targets.- A new "look" at auditory space perception.- Section VII. Psychoacoustical and Phonetical Interrelations.- Relations between auditory functions.- Psychoacoustical and phonetic measures of temporal processing in normal and hearing-impaired listeners.- Reduced speech intelligibility and its psychophysical correlates in hearing-impaired subjects.- Relations between hearing loss, maximal word discrimination score and width of psychophysical tuning curves.