Eduardo Newton

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The auditory brain stem response (ABR) was studied in young adult and aged rats using 3,8 and 40 kHz tone pips. The expected inverse relationship between frequency and latency was observed in the younger group for waves I, II and III, while the response to the highest frequency stimulus had the longest latency at wave V. Absolute latencies for waves I(More)
Tone pip stimuli were used at different repetition rates to examine influences upon auditory brainstem response components. Rate increases to 80.1/s result in significant latency increases in waves IV and V at all test frequencies. Rate effects occur in rostral brainstem response components which show frequency related latencies different from wave I.(More)
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