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Binaural interaction in the brainstem and middle latency auditory evoked potentials to intensity (dI) and timing differences (dT) between the two ears was studied in 10 normal hearing young adults. A component reflecting binaural interaction in the brainstem potentials occurred at approximately 7 ms and was of largest amplitude when dI and dT were 0. The(More)
An 11-yr-old girl had an absence of sensory components of auditory evoked potentials (brainstem, middle and long-latency) to click and tone burst stimuli that she could clearly hear. Psychoacoustic tests revealed a marked impairment of those auditory perceptions dependent on temporal cues, that is, lateralization of binaural clicks, change of binaural(More)
A group of 20 children with spastic cerebral palsy underwent selective dorsal rhizotomy for alleviation of spasticity. Pre- and postoperatively, cortical somatosensory evoked responses (cSSEP), H reflex and F wave studies were done. Clinically there was dramatic reduction of tone without noticeable sensory loss. The electrophysiologic studies showed several(More)
Binaural interactions in brain-stem auditory evoked potentials and in middle latency auditory evoked potentials were studied in 18 normal hearing adults and 10 normal term infants. Binaural interactions at the times of ABR waves V and VI were comparable in term infants and adults. Binaural interaction during the time domain of the middle latency auditory(More)
Binaural interaction occurs in the auditory evoked potentials when the sum of the monaural auditory evoked potentials are not equivalent to the binaural evoked auditory potentials. Binaural interaction of the early- (0-10 ms), middle- (10-50 ms) and long-latency (50-200 ms) auditory evoked potentials was studied in 17 normal young adults. For the early(More)
The contribution of the cerebral cortex to the generation of sensory evoked potentials was studied in an infant with hydranencephaly. On CT scan no tissue above the thalamus was noted. Long-latency potentials to auditory stimuli were absent whereas the short-latency or brain-stem auditory evoked potentials and some of the components of the middle latency(More)
Auditory middle latency response (AMLR) brain maps were obtained in 11 young adults with normal hearing. AMLR waveforms were elicited with monaural clicks presented at three stimulus intensity levels (50, 70, and 90 dB nHL). Recordings were made for right and left ear stimulus presentations. All recordings were obtained in an eyes open/awake status for each(More)
This study investigated the effect of variable interstimulus intervals (ISIs) in a group of normal and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) adults on behavioral reaction time and the auditory P300 event-related potential. This study involved 20 adult subjects with no history of ADHD and 11 adult subjects diagnosed with ADHD. The subjects were(More)
Brainstem auditory evoked potentials and middle latency auditory evoked potentials were recorded from 21 normal hearing children between 8 and 13 years of age. An age-matched control group of 13 children was used to compare the results of 8 children diagnosed with ADHD. One sample of 2000 averages was collected for right monaural, left monaural, and(More)