Attenuated auditory event-related potential (mismatch negativity) in children with developmental dysphasia.

@article{Holopainen1997AttenuatedAE,
  title={Attenuated auditory event-related potential (mismatch negativity) in children with developmental dysphasia.},
  author={I. Holopainen and P. Korpilahti and K. Juottonen and H. Lang and M. Sillanpää},
  journal={Neuropediatrics},
  year={1997},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={
          253-6
        }
}
An attention-independent negative wave-form termed 'mismatch negativity' (MMN) of the auditory event-related potentials (ERPs) was studied in ten children (3-6 years) with developmental dysphasia and in fourteen control children (3-7 years) with normal speech and language development. The MMNs were elicited with pure sine tone stimuli using the oddball paradigm. The peak latency and peak amplitude of MMN response to frequency (500/553 H2) difference was measured. The grand average amplitude of… Expand

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