Robert B. Patuzzi

Affiliations: 
Physiology University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, Australia 
Area:
Auditory physiology
Website:
http://www.uwa.edu.au/people/rob.patuzzi
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Patuzzi R, Cook A. (2014) Acoustic impedance rhinometry (AIR): a technique for monitoring dynamic changes in nasal congestion. Physiological Measurement. 35: 501-15
Cook A, Patuzzi R. (2014) Rotation of the eyes (not the head) potentiates the postauricular muscle response. Ear and Hearing. 35: 230-5
Patuzzi R. (2011) Ion flow in cochlear hair cells and the regulation of hearing sensitivity. Hearing Research. 280: 3-20
Patuzzi R. (2011) Ion flow in stria vascularis and the production and regulation of cochlear endolymph and the endolymphatic potential. Hearing Research. 277: 4-19
Goulios H, Patuzzi R. (2011) Education and practice of audiology internationally: Affordable and sustainable education models for developing countries Audiology in Developing Countries. 51-74
Brown DJ, Patuzzi RB. (2010) Evidence that the compound action potential (CAP) from the auditory nerve is a stationary potential generated across dura mater. Hearing Research. 267: 12-26
Patuzzi RB. (2010) Cochlear mechanics Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 1041-1049
Goulios H, Patuzzi RB. (2008) Audiology education and practice from an international perspective. International Journal of Audiology. 47: 647-64
McMahon CM, Patuzzi RB, Gibson WP, et al. (2008) Frequency-specific electrocochleography indicates that presynaptic and postsynaptic mechanisms of auditory neuropathy exist. Ear and Hearing. 29: 314-25
Marcon S, Patuzzi R. (2008) Changes in cochlear responses in guinea pig with changes in perilymphatic K+. Part I: summating potentials, compound action potentials and DPOAEs. Hearing Research. 237: 76-89
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