D L Deacon-Elliott

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The brainstem auditory-evoked potential (BAEP) is often employed to determine auditory threshold in subjects who are unable to complete traditional behavioural testing. These responses are usually recorded during natural or drug-induced sleep. The effects of sleep on the BAEP threshold have however not been determined. BAEPs were recorded in 8 young adults(More)
A computer program, developed for peak detection of averaged evoked potential waveforms, is described. The program is able to automatically score up to 200 data files in a single session. The user is asked to define intervals (windows) in which a maximum peak is to be detected. The program can optionally search each EEG channel or a single 'reference'(More)
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