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«Title of Dissertation: THE EFFECT OF THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE ON EVOKED OTOACOUSTIC EFFERENT SUPPRESSION Sally L. Mahmood, Doctor of Audiology, 2008 ...»

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Hood, L. J., Berlin, C. I., Hurley, A., Cecola, P., & Bell, B. (1996). Contralateral suppression of transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions in humans: intensity effects. Hearing Research, 101, 113-118.

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