Presentations

12/12/2013

* Short overview of subjects and conclusions under discussion

- Part 1a. Considerations and objections from a Physics Point of View against the current hypothesis of Basilar Membrane Stimulation
- Part 1b. Resonance phenomena according to the Laws of Physics result in a new hypothesis for the Basilar Membrane Movements
- Part 2a. Consequences for sound stimulus transfer. In case the sound pressure stimulus is transferred inside the cochlea to the sound energy stimulus.
- Part 2b. Beat and Missing pitch phenomena. In case the sound pressure stimulus is transferred inside the cochlea to the sound energy stimulus
- Part 3. How to observe the ‘Bone conduction’ Phenomenon?
- Part 4. Consequences of hydrodynamic perilymph vibrations for binaural stimulus phenomena: ‘Hydrodynamic Cross Talk’.
- Part 5. Consequences of this model for effects and problems in the practice of hearing.
- Part 6. Consequences of this model for audiologic research and experiments in hearing.
- Part 7. Proposals for experiments to verify this new paradigm.

Publications

01/28/2011

1. Willem C. Heerens & J. Alexander de Ru, Applying physics makes auditory sense, A New Hearing Paradigm, 2010
2. Willem C. Heerens & J. Alexander de Ru, Applying physics makes auditory sense, Summary, 2010
3. Willem C. Heerens & J. Alexander de Ru, Toepassen van Fysica Zinvol bij het Horen. Een Nieuw Gehoorparadigma, 2011


Appendices

12/28/2010

1. Heerens W, Mangelinckx Y, de Ru J. Verification of calculations of residual pitch and beat phenomena by the reader, 2010.
2. Heerens W, Mangelinckx Y, de Ru J. The residual pitch and beat phenomena that can be heard in practice by the reader, 2010.
3. Heerens W, Mangelinckx Y. Perception calculations, 2010.
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