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In audiometry, a cochlear microphonic (aka cochleogam) is an electronic readout from electrodes placed on the skin by the ear that record the summated electrical activity of a large number of neurons in the cochlea[1].

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  1. Coleman,A F (2006). Oxford Dictionary of Psychology, 2nd ed. Oxford:OUP.

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