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None of the current electrical audiometric procedures, alone or in combination, has yet achieved the precision of conventional audiometric testing that is used to assess hearing in verbally capable children and adults. The reason for this, in part, lies in the use of stimuli which have a wide frequency content. We have measured scalp potentials which follow(More)
Previous studies of the frequency-following response (FFR) in man suggest that it has multiple sources. Identification of these sources has been complicated by the use of tone bursts to evoke FFRs and the lack of precise methods to calculate their amplitude and latency. Tone bursts produce transient responses which confound measurements of the FFR. The use(More)
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