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Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology

Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology OnlineFirst articles

22.10.2020 | Research Article

Human Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Adaptation Reduces when Training Demand Variability Increases

One component of vestibular rehabilitation in patients with vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) hypofunction is gaze-stabilizing exercises that seek to increase (adapt) the VOR response. These prescribed home-based exercises are performed by the patient …

19.10.2020 | Research Article

Effects of Kainic Acid-Induced Auditory Nerve Damage on Envelope-Following Responses in the Budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus)

Sensorineural hearing loss is a prevalent problem that adversely impacts quality of life by compromising interpersonal communication. While hair cell damage is readily detectable with the clinical audiogram, this traditional diagnostic tool …

21.09.2020 | Research Article

Does the “Reticular Lamina Nonlinearity” Contribute to the Basal DPOAE Source?

The spatial extent of the cochlear region that actually contributes to the DPOAE signal measured in the ear canal may be evaluated experimentally using interference tones or computed numerically using nonlinear cochlear models. A nonlinear …

11.09.2020 | Research Article Open Access

Perceptual Weighting of Binaural Lateralization Cues across Frequency Bands

The auditory system uses interaural time and level differences (ITD and ILD) as cues to localize and lateralize sounds. The availability of ITDs and ILDs in the auditory system is limited by neural phase-locking and by the head size, respectively.

24.08.2020 | Research Article Open Access

Effect of the Relative Timing between Same-Polarity Pulses on Thresholds and Loudness in Cochlear Implant Users

The effect of the relative timing between pairs of same-polarity monophasic pulses has been studied extensively in single-neuron animal studies and has revealed fundamental properties of the neurons. For human cochlear implant listeners, the …

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JARO is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research findings from disciplines related to otolaryngology and communications sciences, including hearing and balance. JARO welcomes submissions describing original experimental research that investigates the mechanisms underlying problems of basic or clinical significance. Clinical case studies, pharmaceutical screens and methods papers are not encouraged unless they include significant new findings as well. Commentaries and reviews are published at the discretion of the editorial board; consult the editor-in-chief before submitting.

Accepted papers are copyedited and rapidly published in Online First before being bundled in an online issue (six per year) with notification to alerts subscribers. Springer deposits all final manuscripts with PubMed Central with a one year embargo. It is also possible to participate in our Open Choice program for full open access privileges on an article-by-article basis. JARO is a member of the Neuroscience Peer Review Consortium (NPRC), an alliance of neuroscience journals that have agreed to share manuscript reviews at the author's request. For information about the Consortium, please visit

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