Pamela J. Mishler

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The gamma band response (GBR) is an exogenous, cortically generated, event-related potential that occurs between 20- and 170-msec post-stimulus onset. The auditory GBR is superimposed on the transient evoked middle and long latency cortical auditory evoked potentials and demonstrates a peak spectral frequency between 30 and 40 Hz. The present investigations(More)
An experiment was conducted to determine the effects of two types of hearing protectors on auditory localization performance. Six listeners localized a 750-ms broadband noise from loudspeakers ranging in azimuth from -180 degrees to +180 degrees and in elevation from -75 degrees to +90 degrees. Independent variables included the type of hearing protector(More)
An experiment was conducted to determine the effects of completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aids on auditory localization performance. Six normal-hearing listeners localized a 750-ms broadband noise from loudspeakers ranging in azimuth from -180 degrees to +180 degrees and in elevation from -75 degrees to +90 degrees. Independent variables included the(More)
This investigation was conducted to determine whether an exogenous event-related potential called the mismatch negativity (MMN) would change systematically in response to frequency-modulated signals with varying temporal properties. Both N1 and P2 waveforms were recorded for 50-ms frequency-modulated signals from normal hearing listeners. The standard(More)
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