Background. The presence of cochlear emissions was hypothesized in the 1940's on the basis of mathematical models of cochlear nonlinearity. However, OAEs could not be measured until the late 1970s, when technology created the extremely sensitive low-noise microphones needed to record these responses. David Kemp first discovered Otoacoustic emissions in 1978..
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