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A pervasive theme in the literature for the transient evoked otoacoustic emission ͑TEOAE͒ measured from the human ear canal has been one of the emission arising solely ͑or largely͒ from a single, place-fixed mechanism. Here TEOAEs are reported measured in the absence of significant stimulus contamination at stimulus onset, providing for the identification of a TEOAE response beginning within the time window that is typically removed by windowing. Contrary to previous studies, it was found thatdoi:10.1121/1.2804635 pmid:18177152 fatcat:32rlgzul4fbvzg3xrjbyahrmx4