Asymmetric frequency-following responses.

@article{Ballachanda1994AsymmetricFR,
  title={Asymmetric frequency-following responses.},
  author={Bopanna B. Ballachanda and Allen L. Rupert and George Moushegian},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={
          133-7
        }
}
This study offers evidence of asymmetry in the frequency-following response (FFR), a brainstem evoked potential that mimics stimulus frequency. The FFRs to stimulation of one ear compared to the other are shown to have latency and amplitude dissimilarities, as well as considerable variations in waveform characteristics. The findings were obtained from eight subjects. Tone bursts at 500 Hz were delivered to the right ear, left ear, and binaurally at three sound levels. With few exceptions… CONTINUE READING

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