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This is a most complete and advanced methodological guide for every otologic researcher, and it has been prepared by two outstanding researchers. This book covers almost every aspect of otologic research methodology in detail and is highly recommended for all otologic researchers and clinical people who are interested in research.
The following research methods are illustrated in this book: (1) the surface preparation procedure by Hawkins and Johnsson; (2) temporal bone preparation techniques by Ward and Gussen; (3) electron microscopic technique by Iurato and Lim; (4) tissue culture procedures by Orr; (5) auditory electrophysiology methods by Lawrence, Erulkar, Miller and others; (6) average evoked response method by Cody; (7) computer process of auditory electrophysiologic data by Pfeiffer and Molnar; (8) sound measurement and instrument calibration by Vernon and others; (9) inner ear biochemistry methods by Thalmann and Silverstein; (10) behavioral auditory research technique by Stebbins and associates; (11) experimental audiology
IGARASHI M. Handbook of Auditory and Vestibular Research Methods,. Arch Otolaryngol. 1978;104(3):181. doi:10.1001/archotol.1978.00790030067019
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