The data presented in this article is related to our research article titled “contralateral suppression of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions for various noise signals” (Kalaiah et al., 2017) . The contralateral suppression of transient evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAE) was measured from 19 young adults with normal hearing sensitivity. To measure the contralateral suppression, TEOAEs were recorded using clicks in linear mode with and without presenting noise to the contralateral ear. Initially, the TEOAE was recorded without presenting noise to the contralateral ear of participants referred to as ‘baseline’ TEOAE. Following this, the TEOAE was recorded by presenting noise to the contralateral ear, referred to as contralateral noise conditions. Noises used in the present study included white noise, amplitude-modulated noise, and real-life noise signals. All recordings were completed on the same session in single probe-fit condition. The data reported here include the global amplitude of TEOAE, noise-floor level, and signal-to-noise ratio across baselines and contralateral noise conditions and the magnitude of contralateral suppression for various noises. Further, the data includes the amplitude of TEOAEs and suppression magnitude across eight 2 ms time bands between 2 and 18 ms.
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