Faculty mentor: Skyler Jennings
We present a physiologically-realistic computational model of the human auditory compound action potentials (CAPs) elicited by brief click, frequency-varying (chirp), and amplitude-modulated auditory stimuli. We compare our simulations with data collected in our lab from normal-hearing human subjects. We show that the model predicts intensity-dependent changes in the morphology and timing of the CAPs. In addition, the model predicts an iconic physiological sign of synaptopathy.
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