A study of auditory afferent organization in children with dyslalia.

Abstract

The auditory afferent (AA) control is an important feedback mechanism in the speech generation. A different organization of AA pathways in children with speech alterations is suggested. In order to investigate this possibility we recorded the auditory brainstem responses (ABR) and middle latency responses (MLR) on monoaural and binaural click stimulation in… (More)

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