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Scalp-recorded frequency-following responses in neonates.
For infants who fail conventional brainstem-evoked response screening procedures and/or for infants who are born "at risk", the FFR holds great promise as an assessment technique to determine the integrity of the low-frequency-sensitive regions of the cochlea and auditory brainstem.
Binaural interactions in the short-latency evoked potentials of neonates.
The results indicate that BI is present at or soon after birth, the gross response properties of BI are similar in infants and adults, and BI occurs during specific waves in the response, independent of age.
Auditory brainstem recovery processes from birth to adulthood.
Two treatments-by-subjects with repeated measures experiments indicate that in the human brainstem the mechanisms responsible for neuronal recovery are essentially mature in the neonatal period.
Maturational effects on the middle components of the averaged electroencephalic response.
The absence of a trend for decreasing latency as a function of age in the middle components is surprising in that both early (brainstem) and late (cortical) responses demonstrate this effect, and raises questions about the generator sources for middle components.
Differential development of brainstem potentials in healty and high-risk infants.
Longitudinal analysis offers a means of determining temporary or permanent maturational effects on the central nervous system in early life with distinct developmental curves for healthy and high-risk infants.
Brain stem evoked potential findings in children with otitis media.
The BEP technique permitted identification of several subjects with abnormal audiometric findings despite normal otoscopy, and there are implications for use of the BEP as a clinical adjunct to traditional methods of auditory assessment.
The brain and central control in the earthworm.
Nāgārjuna’s philosophy of emptiness and political philosophy: liberty in action
Although the metaphysical, soteriological, semantic and logical implications of Nāgārjuna’s philosophy of emptiness have been widely studied (and practiced) for nearly two millennia, the moral and