ABR and DPOAE indices of normal loudness in children and adults.

@article{Serpanos2004ABRAD,
  title={ABR and DPOAE indices of normal loudness in children and adults.},
  author={Yula Cherpelis Serpanos},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={15 8},
  pages={
          555-65
        }
}
Loudness growth prediction using normal templates of loudness derived with ABR and DPOAE measures was investigated in 20 children 4 to 12 years and 20 adults with normal hearing. An ABR click latency-intensity function (LIF), ABR 2 kHz tone LIF, and DPOAE 2 kHz amplitude-intensity function (AIF) were recorded from each listener. A loudness-intensity function was also measured for each electrophysiologic stimulus. Children and adults exhibited similar intensity functions of ABR latency, DPOAE… CONTINUE READING

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