Bahram Jalaei

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For estimating behavioral hearing thresholds, auditory steady state response (ASSR) can be reliably evoked by stimuli at low and high modulation frequencies (MFs). In this regard, little is known regarding ASSR thresholds evoked by stimuli at different MFs in female and male participants. In fact, recent data suggest that 40-Hz ASSR is influenced by(More)
OBJECTIVE Few studies have investigated the auditory steady state response (ASSR) thresholds evoked by ipsilateral and contralateral stimulation. The present study was conducted to compare 40-Hz ASSR thresholds between ipsilateral and contralateral recordings at specific test frequencies. METHODS Twenty young female subjects with normal hearing(More)
INTRODUCTION The performance of auditory steady state response (ASSR) in threshold testing when recorded ipsilaterally and contralaterally, as well as at low and high modulation frequencies (MFs), has not been systematically studied. OBJECTIVE To verify the influences of mode of recording (ipsilateral vs. contralateral) and modulation frequency (40Hz vs.(More)
Due to its objective nature, auditory brainstem response (ABR) evoked by complex stimuli has been gaining attention lately. The present study aimed to compare the speech-evoked auditory brainstem response (speech-ABR) results between two ethnic groups: Malay and Chinese. In addition, it was also of interest to compare the speech-ABR outcomes obtained from(More)
Background and Aim: Vestibular-Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMP) is a new vestibular function test that assesses the vestibulospinal pathway. Although many studies have investigated different inner ear pathologies by using VEMP, the role of this test in brainstem pathologies and demyelinating processes of central nervous system is still remained to be(More)
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