R. Tolloczko

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Discriminant analysis (DA) and self-organizing feature maps (SOFM) were used to classify passively evoked auditory event-related potentials (ERP) P(1), N(1), P(2) and N(2). Responses from 16 children with severe behavioral auditory perception deficits, 16 children with marked behavioral auditory perception deficits, and 14 controls were examined. Eighteen(More)
Hintergrund und Fragestellung. Bei der regionalen Realisation eines Neugeborenenhörscreenings wird die Entscheidung für ein bestimmtes Screeningverfahren typischerweise auf der Basis eines Feldversuches getroffen. Dazu sollten die zur Auswahl stehenden Verfahren direkt gegeneinander und mit einer möglichst “hochwertigen” Referenz getestet werden.(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE To make a rational decision as to which screening test might be adequate as a universal newborn hearing screening, different methods have to be tested under "real-life" conditions. In addition, a good reference is required as "golden standard." PATIENTS/METHODS In the study presented here, an ABR with a novel algorithm for(More)
Sprachbefund. 1. Pragmatische Ebene: a) Symbolfunktion der Sprache erkannt. b) Nonverbales Kommunikationsverhalten altersgemäß. c) Spontansprache hat deutlich eingeschränkte Verständlichkeit. 2. Phonetisch-phonologische Ebene: a) phonetisch: Schetismus; b) phonologisch: segmental: teilweise Substitutionen. suprasegmental: Reduktion von Konsonantenclustern,(More)
This study presents results of frequency-specific brainstem-evoked response audiometry using tone bursts in ipsilaterally notched noise. The technique used was described by Picton in 1979. Sixty-four children and adults were examined using this method. Differences between pure-tone behavioral thresholds and notched noise thresholds were calculated in 15(More)
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